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Die besten Parks in Omaha

Zoo
“"World's Best Zoo", right here in Omaha, it will take about 5-10 minutes to drive there from the house depending on traffic. ”
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Zoo
“The "#1" zoo in America - constantly battling for that top spot with San Diego. We are always switching things up with new attractions. Bring your walking shoes.”
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Historische Stätte
“I'm a member, so I spend many summer days here, reading books and wandering around. ”
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Park
“Urban oasis highlighting a man-made lake with boat rides, plus fountains with an evening light show.”
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Park
“There is 2 huge metal slides- bring some wax paper, card board, plastic bag- anything-----GO DOWN IT. Your life will be changed and you will be happy. I promise. !!”
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Park
“This is the largest park near Dundee. Plenty of space to play frisbee, have a picnic, have your dog run around, take a jog, or just relax and take a stroll. If you are here during July they have a concert with a phenomenal firework show.”
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Park
“Every Saturday night Stinson Park in Aksarben hosts a free outdoor concert.”
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Lake
“On of the best oasis' in Omaha. You'll find many bikers and runners around the lake. ”
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“An enjoyable walk in the city. At Christmas time the lights are fantastic.”
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Park
“outdoor ampitheatre, keep an eye out for art shows, live concerts, kids movies at night and more!!”
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“Overlook the river, the hillside, the Interstate and Eppley Airport from this birds-eye view.”
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Historische Stätte
“Located at South 21st Street and 9th Avenue This 56-foot golden concrete spike was erected in 1939 with the premiere of the film "Union Pacific." It commemorates the junction of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific rail lines at the Promontory Summit, Utah, on May 10, 1869. This spot commemorates “Mile Marker Zero” as the Eastern Terminus of the Transcontinental Railroad.”
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Park
“Feed the ducks at River's Edge Park, walk around the lake, depending on the time of year, the water fountain is amazing. Great place for picnics (again, weather permitting), running, or for a nice jaunt. Bob the Bridge, a little over a half a mile long, goes right over the MO river and connects Council Bluffs and Omaha. It's an excellent spot for bike riding, it has trails leading up and from it. There's bike share if you don't have a bike. Going over the bridge can actually take you all the way to the park! ”
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Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“Great hiking trails. Quiet and sparsely used. You may have the entire park to yourself. $5 entry fee. You'll see the beauty of our area from some unique vantage points. ”
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Dog Run
“City Park within walking distance. 3 dog parks all next to each other, 1 for only smaller dogs and 2 for all dogs. A trail that goes around and through the park, a small pond, pavilion, tennis courts, bbq's, open spaces, and bathrooms.”
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“Stunning colorful flowers during the spring and summer a mile away. Weddings are common at this park.”
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