RECREATIONALBig-time attractions. Outdoor recreation. An energy that flows easily between stimulation and relaxation.
This place is yours to discover, a region that excels at exceeding expectations. Come once and you’ll be amazed; we’ll surprise you again and again.
FRESH WATER, CLASSIC FUN
Situated next to the Nishnabotna River, this soothing escape beckons visitors to bring at least two items: a fishing pole for the flathead catfish and carp, and a camera for bison and elk grazing.
A hotspot for camping, picnicking and water sports.
HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING & HISTORY
Runners and walkers enjoy more than 120 miles of paved trails in Greater Omaha.
Every spring, this park draws a crowd for its Living History Weekend, for which reenactors portray life at Fort Atkinson in the 1820s.
A site on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, the park offers cabins and camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing.
A scenic escape features nature trails, picnic areas, the Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium and the Gretna State Fish Hatchery.
Sleep in an authentic retired caboose, fish for trout in one of the many sandpit lakes or rent a bike and ride.
A longtime hobby turned professional enterprise, Bryson’s Airboat Tours has earned a “must do” reputation.
Bringing adventure and exploration to our area while offering great scenery and a fun workout.
Our mecca for skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and soon, zip lining.
Ready for an adventure? Put your skills to work with a 2,500 square feet climbing wall located on University of Nebraska Omaha’s campus
A high-ropes adventure course with suspended obstacles, zip lines and incredible views.