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Blue Springs, NE 68318
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On April 23, 1914, Arbor Day, the first trees were planted in this park by citizens and school children. Although many have been lost through the years, a few from 1914 still grace the grounds.

Reverend James & Martha Johnson
1857 log cabin is open for visitors on Memorial Day
and during City celebrations.


The Blue Springs Firemen purchased the old Disldo Campground overlooking the Blue River in 1973 and deeded it to the City of Blue Springs in 1975. In 1977 it was named in memory of Fireman, John Feit.


All types of camping (tent, pop-up camper, truck bed camper, pull-type camper, 5th wheel camper and RV) shall be allowed at Feit Memorial Park. All persons camping at Feit Memorial Park shall pay a camping fee of $10.00 per day, and the entire fee shall be due at the time of registration.

It shall be unlawful for any person to camp in the Blue Springs City Park with a pop-up camper, truck bed camper, pull-type camper, 5th wheel camper, or an RV camper. Only tent camping shall be allowed at the City Park.

Campers must register by filling out a registration sheet and placing it in the registration drop box at each park upon arrival at the park. All persons camping in a Municipal owned park shall keep their camping area free of all waste, and shall property dispose of said waste in approved waste receptacles. No person shall camp in a Municipal owned park for more than seven (7) days at any one time



Splendid roads all day. We crossed Blue River just south of Beatrice,
drove through Blue Springs at 5 in the afternoon and crossed Blue River again.
Did not see much of the city because we drove along the north edge
and down the east side past a big mill run by water power.
The river runs east of town, a very pretty river. I do not mention orchards any more because they are common here, there are so many of them.

We saw 8 acres of seedling apple trees about 12 inches high near Blue Springs. Today has been quite cool, but with a little too much wind.

Laura Ingalls Wilder
August 6, 1894