10503 Bedford Avenue
Omaha, NE 68134
Phone: (402) 445-0400
Fax: (402) 445-4039
This course is perfect for beginners or anyone who is looking for a fast round. This short par 3 measures 1239 yards from the tee box. The nine holes offer a mix of conditions that test even seasoned golfers. Both a putting green and chipping area help fine-tune short game skills. There is no driving range. Make sure you bring cash because no credit cards are accepted.
Designed by well-known golf architect, Floyd Farley, this course helps golfers fine-tune their skills. Players can warm up on the driving range or practice their short game on a small putting green. You can rent an electric cart for $11 per person. Indoor tennis courts sit near the course. Even on busy days, there is plenty of parking available. This place opens daily at 7am.
Golfers can choose between two 9 hole courses at this location: The Meadows, a challenging par 3, or The Links, a par 32 executive course. Both date back to 1989 and were designed by Jeff Brauer. Each features bent grass with water in play. Prices run slightly higher at The Links. Golfers can relax in the clubhouse before or after the round.
Opening in 1999, Roberts Skate Park was the first skate park in the city of Omaha. The park has been designed with all skill levels in mind, from beginners to professionals. In addition to skateboarding, in-line skaters can use this facility. This concrete park includes, ramps, stairs, a grinding block, and quarter pipes for skaters to try to navigate their way around.
The City of Omaha keeps this course well-maintained. Bermuda grass is the main medium, with 18 holes in play. Total yardage on this par 72 equals 6,799. All golfers have access to the clubhouse. Golf carts are available for an additional $9. Tee times can be reserved seven days in advance. Cash or checks are accepted, but no credit cards.
Here is the perfect place to spend a sunny day. Boating, sailing and fishing top the list of favorite activities, but you do not have to go in the water to have fun. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the view or kick back on a bench and relax. Steep sledding hills and cross-country skiing draw people here in the winter. A campground makes this lake unique, with 57 spots complete with electricity for RVs. Tents are also welcome. Admission is free; however, there is a charge for camping facilities.
Caniglia Field is the lavish football facility of University of Nebraska in Omaha. It has a total capacity of 9500 seats. It's home to the UNO Mavericks College Football Team. The venue often hosts NCAA's Division II football matches. Overlooking the campus, it is one of the major attractions of the University of Nebraska. Since 1949, it has been the place where tomorrow's football stars have vowed audiences. The stadium has witnessed as many as 8 Championship crownings of the Mavericks. When not in use by the college, it is available for private events.
This short course sits just to the east of a busy shopping center. Any long balls may put passing drivers at risk. The par 3, 9-hole course totals 1,246 yards and welcomes beginners who may be working on their games. No driving range or electric carts are available. You can rent a pull cart. No credit cards are accepted.
If you are looking to explore West Omaha, take some time out to use the West Papio/Zorinsky Trail. This is a paved 7.5-mile path that meanders through the neighborhood. The path starts at West Papio Creek, and it eventually connects to Ed Zorinsky Lake and its 7-mile trail that follows its shoreline.
Mature trees with thick overhangs line nearly every fairway. A slice or a hook here and you may have a difficult time staying on track for an even round on this par 68 course, which boasts a total yardage of 5003 from the men's tees. This public course sits in the center of the city, behind the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Maintenance crews typically keep the greens in superb shape, meaning your putts will always roll true.
Together, Omaha's Keystone Biking and Walking Trail and Bellevue Loop Trail make up a 27-mile paved pathway. Beginning on the northwest side of the city, the path follows Little Papillion Creek to the Cornhusker Highway. When the Keystone Trail connects to the Bellevue Loop Trail, you can then make your way along the Missouri River via Haworth Park. This trail is perfect for those looking to get a little exercise in the outdoors.
This city golf course features nine holes and bent grass with water in play. The par 35 makes it a solid game for golfers of all skill levels. As with many other small, public courses, there is no driving range or putting green. A clubhouse does offer refreshments and snacks. What it lacks in luxuries, the course makes up for in price.