Louisville State Recreation Area

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Louisville State Recreation Area
Small lake seen from grassy bank; swimming beach in distance
Lake 2 with swimming beach at left
East-central Nebraska, near eastern border of state
East-central Nebraska, near eastern border of state
Location Cass County
Nearest city Louisville
Coordinates 41°00′15″N 96°10′01″W / 41.004039°N 96.167012°W / 41.004039; -96.167012Coordinates: 41°00′15″N 96°10′01″W / 41.004039°N 96.167012°W / 41.004039; -96.167012
Area 192 acres (78 ha)
Operated by Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

Louisville State Recreation Area (Louisville SRA) is a 192-acre (0.78 km2) recreation area located in Louisville, Nebraska along Nebraska Highway 50 on the south bank of the Platte River.

The area features five sandpit lakes, one of which is available for swimming. As of 2005 the area features 223 camping pads with electrical access.

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