The Hall County Park gates are closed and locked at 8:30 PM. They are re-opened at 7:30 AM daily. Check-out time for campers is 12:30 PM.
There are emergency instructions at the park gate. It is your responsibility to know where you should go in the event of a weather-related emergency. If you have the need for medical assistance, the park office will be happy to assist you.
Traffic within the park should be kept to a minimum. We have several regular hikers and walking visitors, and for their safety we wish to have all vehicles drive with extreme caution. This rule is for everyone's safety so that all our visitors may enjoy the Hall County Park to its fullest extent.
Visit the Stuhr Museum
Many of our visitors choose to visit the world renowned Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer adjacent to the Hall County Park. It will be necessary to enter the museum through its main gate. You must also drive your vehicle to the museum (two miles). There is ample parking available.
Map and directions to the park: Click Here (MapQuest).
Interstate 80 (East and West)
Turn right as you leave the park. As you enter Highway 281 (about 2 blocks west) turn left. The Interstate 80 exchange is just 3.5 miles south.
Highway 281 (North and South)
Turn right as you leave the park. Highway 281 is about two blocks west.
Highway 34 (East)
Turn right as you leave the park. As you enter Highway 281, turn right and drive one mile. At the intersection turn right (to the east) and you'll be on Highway 34.
NOTE: Highway 34 is the same as Highway 281 south. It joins Highway 6 west out of Hastings for a southwestern route to Colorado.
Highway 30 (East and West)
Turn right as you leave the park. As you enter Highway 281, turn right and proceed on Highway 281 approximately three miles to the Highway 30 interchange.
Highway 2 (Northwest)
Turn right as you leave the park. When you enter Highway 281 (about two blocks west) turn right and proceed on Highway 281 approximately six miles to the intersection with Highway 2.