Did you know that in 2014 Omaha was ranked 12th on a list of the nation's best park systems, according to the Trust for Public Land? This ranking was earned based on park access/proximity, size, and services. In addition, in 2014 WalletHub ranked the 100 most populated cities on how well they accommodate or encourage an active lifestyle and Omaha was ranked number one! No matter your interest, there truly is an Omaha park or recreation facility for you. If you have not had a chance to experience the Omaha Parks system, then start exploring today by using our new Park Finder to find parks, community centers, pools, golf courses and more near you!
Fun Park Facts
- Oldest Remaining Park: Hanscom Park, established in 1872
- Largest Park: Glenn Cunningham Lake, 1,439 acres
- Most-Visited Park: Lewis & Clark Landing
- Omaha Park & Boulevards System was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places.