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Coronavirus Update - We are open & staying safe
Our Glamping Lodging remains Open. We will post any change of status here and on social media.
Our secluded glamping units are sequestered and a safe place to get away from stress and chaos.
We are practicing all the recommended disinfecting procedures.
Glampers must follow the Nebraska guidelines:
Any group gatherings must meet current social distance guidelines
Respect others by maintaing social distancing with other glampers
If you or someone in your party is feeling ill or think that they may have been exposed, please Do NOT come.
We are flexible in changing reservations.
If you have any questions or concerns please call us at 531 500 8001
WELCOME TO KIMBERLY CREEK RETREAT
Kimberly Creek Retreat offers a range of glamping cabins, pods and ge0-domes in 22 acres of secluded woods away from all your daily stresses. Activities include everything from hiking to hayrack rides.
We are conveniently located halfway between Omaha & Lincoln just off Exit 426 on the I-80 corridor.
What is Glamping?
We define glamping as "glamorous camping", where the serenity of nature meets modern luxury. Our guests say that it's like staying in a luxury hotel room in the woods.
All of our glamping accommodations include heating and air conditioning, a kitchenette, and ensuite bathroom with private shower. Each glamping unit includes a private propane grill and fire pit.
We offer cozy glamping pods for 2, and sleeping for up to 6 guests in our newest units.
Kimberly Creek Retreat was founded and developed by Mike Kennedy and Chris Petersen. Both families are intimately involved in the construction and operation. When you check in, you will likely meet Chris or Mike
EXPLORE THE AREA
Explore our nature trails. Kimberly Creek Retreat is known for all the wildlife that pops in on our Glampers during their stay. We are located half way between Lincoln and Omaha - right in the middle of the best State Parks, recreation areas, museums and historical sites.