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Fremont
Lakes
State Recreation Area
FREMONT LAKES SRA
2351 County Road 18Ames, NE  68621-2149Phone: 402-727-3290Fremont.Lakes@ngpc.ne.gov
CHECK THE WEB!
Visit the Game and Parks Commission homepage to discover Nebraska’s other great statepark lands, make your camping or cabin reser-vations, acquire your park entry permits andfishing & hunting licenses. Plan your getawaytoday at www.OutdoorNebraska.org. Web reser-vations available 24/7 or call 402-471-1414.
MORE ONNEBRASKA PARKLANDS
To learn more about Nebraska’s many finestate park areas, call or write to the State ParksDivision, Nebraska Game and ParksCommission, PO Box 30370, Lincoln, NE68503, 402-471-0641.To receive a 52-page, full-color Nebraska StatePark booklet and any other information, pleasecall toll-free 1-800-826-PARK (7275).  Justleave a message with your name and completeaddress and request for information.Thousands of people enjoy the outdoor recre-ation available at Fremont Lakes StateRecreation Area every year, whether they arecampers, anglers, boaters, swimmers, picnick-ers or just like to stroll around the area.Few state recreation areas offer more diversi-fied recreation than this one, managed by theNebraska Game and Parks Commission, just 3miles west of Fremont on U.S. 30. The firstland was acquired here by the state in 1926.Later acquisitions brought the total area to 667acres of land and 210 acres of water in 20sandpit lakes. Intensive management by theGame and Parks Commission began in 1960.Facilities include modern campgrounds com-plete with sanitary dump stations; picnictables, shelter houses, firerings, playgroundequipment for the youngsters, water, lights,modern restrooms and boat launch sites.
Under federal and/or state law, discrimination is prohibited on the basis ofrace, color, religion, age, gender, marital status, national origin, disability orpolitical affiliation. If you think you have been discriminated against in anyprogram, activity or facility or want more information, contact the AffirmativeAction Officer, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Lincoln, NE, 402-471-0641; the Equal Opportunity Commission, Lincoln, NE, 402-471-2024,TTY / TDD 402-471-4693. USFWS, Division of Bird Habitat andConservation, Civil Rights Coordinator, 4401 North Fairfax Drive, MBSP4020, Arlington, Virginia 22203.
Printed on recycled paper with soy ink.    SO-06/07
Nebraska Game and ParksCommission

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