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3 Best Hiking Trails in Omaha, NE

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Omaha, Nebraska. All of our hiking trails actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

STANDING BEAR LAKE

6404 North 132nd South, Omaha, NE 68164 Directions

Since 1958

Here’s The Deal:
Standing Bear Lake has 3.3-mile hiking trails, a field for radio-controlled model aircraft, a picnic area, and shelters. The park's day-use facility includes a playground, hunting, and boating no-wake. The park features a 135-acre lake with season boating and ice skating. It offers smooth concrete, which makes biking and rollerblading comfortable. The path affords a clear view of the lake from various viewpoints, and both runners and walkers can find the way attractive and serene. Standing Bear Lake has many fishes, and the parking area includes the remote control airplane flying field.

SPECIALTY:
Fishing, River, Picnic Area, Nature, Walking, Playgrounds and Restrooms, Biking, Running, Flowers, Lake, Boating & Kayaking

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ZORINSKY LAKE PARK

3808 South 156th Street, Omaha, NE 68144 Directions

Since 1993

Here’s The Deal:
Zorinsky Lake Park has 770 acres of government property, including 190 acres dedicated to wildlife conservation. The park has a 255-hectare lake that provides hunting and boating. The area offers a variety of scenic trails and two specific picnic and children's playground areas. Every side of the lake has two circles around it. The eastern side has a 5-mile loop, and the western side has a 3-mile loop. Bikers and joggers can use the lots along 156th and 168th avenues. Zorinsky Lake Park is the perfect choice for a wide range of outdoor activities and hangs out with friends. At this park, hikers can see deer, turkey, and other common wildlife animals.

SPECIALTY:
Dogs on Leash, Canoeing, Football Field, Playgrounds, Birding, Baseball Diamonds, Kid-Friendly, Bicycling, Running, Soccer Fields, Fishing, Walking, Wildlife, Forest Lake, Biking, Nature Trips, Wild Flowers & Mountain

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NEALE WOODS NATURE CENTER

14323 Edith Marie Avenue, Omaha, NE 68112 Directions

Since 1971

Here’s The Deal:
Neale Woods Nature Center is a 600-acre nature reserve. It is a nonprofit organization operated by Fontenelle Forest. Edith Neale was started this nature center by donating 112 acres of land in 1971. Then Carl Jonas donated another 60 acres of land. Visitors can get trail maps from the Neale Woods Nature Center. The trails of the park are available every day. A downloadable PDF version of the trail map is also available online. During summer, spring, and fall, the nature center will be opened for visitors. You can explore the beautiful views and shade along the trails.

SPECIALTY:
Nature Center, Views, Trails, Hiking, Nature, Flora & Fauna

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