Cabin rentals in Nebraska

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  2. Long Pine
Cabin Retreat in Nebraska's HIdden Paradise

Tucked away between spring-fed creeks and pine-filled sandhills valleys, this hidden gem offers up a refreshing clice of small-town Americana. Enjoy Long Pine Creek in gorgeous Hidden Paradise, nestled right along an almost always crystal clear waterways. Lazy river tube, hike the Sandhills, cycle the Cowboy Trail, fish for rainbow or brown trout and enjoy roasting marshmallows by a campfire on property. A short four-hour drive from either Lincoln or Omaha and only 45 minutes to Valentine!

$161 per night
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  2. Lincoln
WildElm Cabin-1 bedroom+loft in urban forest

Located in the center of town on a forested acre lot, our 600 sqft cabin is a unique experience while still being close to everything. With one bedroom plus a loft and full kitchen, our tiny house can easily accommodate your family. Located in Lincoln’s college view neighborhood, it’s close to everything while offering the feeling of being on an acreage outside of town. Our hope is for you to feel like you have a peaceful escape to come home to after adventuring in and around Lincoln.

$100 per night
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  2. Peru
The Cabin at Honey Creek

.We hope you can enjoy a “glamping” trip to The Cabin at Honey Creek in 2021. We will be looking forward to greeting guests from late June Thru October. Jerry and Linda A bit of history, imagination and a lot of craftsmanship went into building this cozy one room/one bath cabin on the same acreage as the original Honey Creek School. Enjoy cozy country comfort at the cabin at Honey Creek

$139 per night

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Cabin rentals with jacuzzis in Nebraska

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  2. Columbus
Cozy Cabin Lane w/ inflatable hot tub & game room
$332 per night
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  2. Milford
West Fork Acres - A Cozy Cabin By The River
$165 per night
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  2. North Frankfort
8 Bed Cabin with Lake View
$550 per night
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  2. Yutan
Oasis in the hills
$871 per night

Vacation rentals in Nebraska

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  2. Burwell
Beach House Bungalow. Delightful one bedroom tiny house.
$107 per night
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  2. Chappell
Cozy 1 bedroom home walking distance to downtown.
$55 per night
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  2. Saint Paul
The Dilly Dilly Room! Historic w Modern Amenities!
$62 per night
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  2. Omaha
Secluded Studio #3
$44 per night
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  2. Ayr
Peaceful Rustic 2 Br Guesthouse
$87 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Kearney
A Simple Place - Monthly Stays in Basement Room
$33 per night
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  2. De Witt
Waterfront camper in peaceful countryside
$69 per night
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  2. Ayr
Country Getaway - 13 Acres - Pet Friendly
$98 per night
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  2. Roca
Cute Country Cottage near Lincoln, NE
$76 per night
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  2. Stanton
Hobbit Stop Loft
$45 per night
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  2. Columbus
Terrace View Apartment-Cozy One Bedroom Loft
$65 per night
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  2. Lincoln
Quiet room for rent 2
$30 per night

Your guide to Nebraska

Welcome to Nebraska

Drive along Nebraska’s miles of rural highways and you’ll quickly learn why this is officially nicknamed the Cornhusker State: Farm fields sprawl out across the mostly flat countryside, punctuated by grain towers and vintage barns painted with quilt patterns. Agriculture is a way of life here in America’s heartland, and the state’s connection to the dirt defines the outdoorsy spirit even in the biggest towns and cities. The Missouri River hems Nebraska’s eastern border, where the landscapes seem a little greener and lusher. To the east, the two main urban centers — Omaha, the largest city, and Lincoln, the capital — claim a culture all their own, with rootsy live-music scenes and growing clusters of craft breweries. The western side of the state, though more sparsely populated, has some of Nebraska’s most remarkable natural features: Scenic roads cut across the grassy Sandhills, which cover the north-central parts of the state. In the rugged Nebraska Panhandle, rock formations such as Scotts Bluff National Monument mark the skyline, and wagon ruts from the migrations of 19th-century settlers remain carved into the dusty prairie.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Nebraska?

While summers can get muggy, June through August is the busiest season in Nebraska for a few reasons: All the attractions are open, outdoor patio bars are hopping, and the rivers are cool for cruising. Temperatures cool in fall, when communities throughout Nebraska throw harvest festivals to celebrate the state’s farming heritage. By late fall, ice and snow become common. Throughout winter, blizzards can make driving dangerous, so take care if you’re booking a cabin rental for the cold months of December to March. Spring brings the remarkable migration of sandhill cranes, some that fly thousands of miles to rest and recharge around the Platte River. Late spring, the temperatures are typically warm and lack summer’s high humidity. But it’s also the main season for tornadoes, so pay attention to official weather advisories this time of year.

What are the top things to do in Nebraska?

Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway

Take Nebraska Highway 2 west from Grand Island through the largest dune system in the Western Hemisphere. Known as the Sandhills, these dunes aren’t the ever-shifting mountains of sand you might expect. They’re mostly stabilized with vegetation — golden-green hills that ripple across the prairie. This 272-mile, scenic road trip has plenty of outdoor diversions along the way, including mountain biking trails in the Nebraska National Forest and canoe trips along the Dismal River.


It’s like Stonehenge in England, only made with antique cars wedged upright into the dusty prairie. Built by a family in the late 1980s, this bizarre monument in the Nebraska Panhandle now belongs to the city of Alliance, which designated the land surrounding Carhenge as the Car Art Reserve. Over the past few decades, more artists have added sculptures to the site, each made with parts from automobiles.

Toadstool Geologic Park

A moon-like landscape shaped by ancient rivers and volcanic ash, the Toadstool Geologic Park stands in stark contrast to the surrounding Oglala National Grassland. A one-mile interpretive trail loops past mushrooming rock pillars, beguiling sandstone formations, and visible signs of fossils that hint at the region’s dramatic natural history.

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