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Omaha is home to more than 240 parks which encompass 11,000 acres of park land. Parks help to create a sense of community by bringing neighborhoods together. Relax, play, exercise, or just take in a little fresh air and enjoy nature. Check out some of Omaha’s parks that have undergone major improvements in 2018! There are many new and exciting projects to come in 2019.
 
 If you have not had a chance to experience the Omaha Parks system, then start exploring today by using our Park Finder to find parks, community centers, pools, golf courses and more near you!
 
 2019 Projects In The Parks
 
Flanagan Lake 
- Playground in the Fall
 
Levi Carter Park 
- New Playground
- New splash pad
   
Tranquility Soccer Complex
- New turfed championship soccer field

Miller Park
- New trail around the park
- New amphitheater
- New splashpad
 
Kerrie Orozco Baseball Field 
 

News and Events

  • Bathrooms on North Side of Zorinsky Lake Closed

    2019-10-09 14:48:00

    The bathrooms on the North side of Zorinsky Lake, east of 168th Street, are closed due to a lift station. We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience in advance. If you have any questions, please ...

  • Riverfront Trail Closure - 9/25

    2019-09-25 13:53:05

    RIVERFRONT TRAIL CLOSURE A section of the Riverfront Trail on the MUD property between the trail-head parking lot on the south to the pump building on the north will be closed starting on Wednesday, September 25, 2 ...

  • Riverfront Trail Closure - 5/31

    2019-05-31 17:52:58

      Effective immediately, May 31, 2019, two sections of the Riverfront Trail will be closed.  A section of the trail from Crown Point Avenue & Ida Street to John Pershing Drive & the Minne Lusa Ditch al ...

  • Trails, Parks & Other Closings

    2019-03-14 21:14:40

    Due to the increased water levels/flooding, the following trails/parks/lakes have been closed: Glenn Cunningham Lake is closed until further notice. This includes the lake, playground, trails and disc golf course. Bi ...

  • NP Dodge Park CLOSED Due To Elevated River Levels

    2019-03-14 15:27:04

    (Omaha, NE – March 14th, 2019) – Due to heavy rains and the rising levels of the Missouri River, the City of Omaha Parks Department will be closing NP Dodge Park effective immediately.  Facility ...