Nestled in the golden, chalkstone-lined valley of the Missouri River, Lewis and Clark Lake has grown into one of the most popular recreation spots in the Great Plains.
Lewis and Clark Lake is formed behind Gavins Point Dam, which was part of the Flood Control Act of 1944, commonly called the Pick-Sloan Plan.
Nebraska Tailwaters, situated along the Nebraska bank of the Missouri River, is one of two campgrounds operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Gavins Point Project.
The Nebraska Tailwaters Campground offers 42 sites, 32 of which have electrical hookups. Twenty-five sites are reservable, while the rest are first-come first-serve. Other amenities include shower facilities shore fishing, a pay phone, a sanitary dump station, a handicap fishing pier and a boat ramp.