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There are no public camp areas along the river, but courteous asking of some private owners allowed us to pitch a tent for the night. You have to take everything with you, as there is no water available along the way. This is best done in a two-day trip.
When you get to the Missouri, the 7-mile an hour current takes you right along. Watch out for the wing-dams and barge traffic. You can pull out at the boat ramp at Plattsmouth, NE on the west side of the river.
This is a trip for someone with paddling experience.
Gedi Convertible Helmet
Paddler's Truck Rack