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Keystone Trail

Keystone Trail in Omaha
Neighborhood: West Omaha
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The Keystone Trail runs south to north from North 90th and Fort Street past the College of Saint Mary, connecting with the West Papio trail near South 36th Street and ending at Highway 75 in Bellevue. The trail then loops northward towards Haworth Park in Bellevue. The trail can be broken down into 4 sections:

Roberts Park

Roberts Park in Omaha
Neighborhood: West Omaha
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Roberts Park is on 20 acres of land at 730 N 78th St in West Omaha. The park provides a ball field, trails, 2 tennis courts, a playground and a popular skate park. The north section of the Keystone Trail runs along the west edge of the park.

Roberts Skatepark

Roberts Skatepark
Neighborhood: West Omaha
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Roberts Skate Park is one of the best known skate spots in Omaha, Nebraska. It’s located at N. 78th Street one block north of Cass Street. The skate park appeals to both novice and advanced skateboarders and features a street course, a few bowls and a snake run. The street course offers a quarter pipe, a pyramid, banks, ledges, flat rails, and a stair set.

Hawk Field

Radio Controlled Airplanes in Omaha
Neighborhood: West Omaha
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Hawk Field is, quite frankly, more fun than you probably thought it was. Located at Standing Bear Lake Park right around 138th and Fort Street in West Omaha, Hawk Field is home to Nebraska’s own Omahawks Radio Controlled Airplane Club. The Omahawks are the largest AMA chartered R/C club in the Midwest.

Tranquility Park

Tranquility Park
Neighborhood: West Omaha
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Tranquility Park is a large (340 acre) park in West Omaha with great facilities. It features 8 baseball fields, 17 soccer fields, and 24 tennis courts. Other services include shelters, restrooms, a playground and open spaces. The Tranquility Park Mountain Bike Trail, the first authorized off-road biking trail in an Omaha Park, is a 6 mile course available to mountain bikers during normal park hours. Admission is free. The park is open year round.

Zorinsky Lake Park

Foot Path at Zorinsky Lake Park
Neighborhood: West Omaha
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Zorinsky Lake Park and Recreation Area is park located in West Omaha near 156th and "F" Street. The park has a large lake perfect for boating and fishing. There are also playgrounds, paved trails for biking/walking/running and picnic areas. In addition, the park features fields for playing sports including a football field, five baseball fields and three soccer fields.

Zorinsky Lake Park is named for Edward F. Zorinsky, who was a mayor of Omaha from 1973 to 1976 and U.S. Senator from 1977 to 1987.

Admission is free.
The park is open year round.

Standing Bear Lake

Fishing at Standing Bear Lake Park
Neighborhood: West Omaha
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Standing Bear Lake is a park in West Omaha named after the Ponca leader Chief Standing Bear. The park is open year round and offers a variety of lake activities including fishing and boating as well as ice skating in the winter. There is a playground, paths for running and biking, picnic areas, and open spaces, all of which add to the appeal of this park. The Standing Bear Lake also features a remote control airplane flying field, home of the Omahawks R/C Club.

Admission is free.

The park is open year round.