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  • 5/5 Lonnie J. 10 months ago on Google • 337 reviews
    Lots of big shady trees, very clean and well kept park. Not too busy on a Saturday afternoon.
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Justin Lawton (. 2 years ago on Google • 29 reviews
    Hanscom Park has a DISC GOLF course now!!! I just discovered the course today so I have not yet played it but I plan to the first opportunity I have!0
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 3/5 Tim W. 4 years ago on Google • 309 reviews
    Tennis courts and playground need lots of attention. Lake needs to be finished. Has a nice dog park and meeting building. Walk paths need to be cleaned. Great trees for shad

  • 5/5 Mikey K. 7 months ago on Google • 37 reviews
    I give it five stars because I'm went through the park personally and picked up all the litter today
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 3/5 Ray W. 5 years ago on Google
    I stopped in at the greenhouse as kind of a blast from the past memory tour. I used to go there every once in awhile but hadn't done so in decades. The people that I talked to were very friendly and welcoming. All the plants were just starting to come up. Most of the greenhouses just had seedlings but in greenhouse 3 there was a nice section some nice mature growth. Mo
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Jered J. 5 years ago on Google • 145 reviews
    Good dog park but the grass is often non-existent. Good mix of dogs, usually friendly and well trained but sometimes there will be an angry one on the mix.

  • 5/5 Jennifer D. 4 years ago on Google • 105 reviews
    Loved it! Has a great dog area......everyone there was friendly and dogs were all well behaved. Very clean compared to some parks ive been to. I will definitely be making another trip there soon!

  • 1/5 MissTina H. 10 months ago on Google • 56 reviews
    Horrible! You this was knew a Holiday weekend and did you prepare?? NO. The ONE water fountain was not working. The ONE port-a-potty on site is in dispicable condition; door broken, lock broken, waste up to the rim, trash everywhere in the unit. Both you, City of Omaha, and the business YOU CONTRACT to service the unit should be ashamed!!

  • 5/5 Jill Y. 6 years ago on Google • 47 reviews
    Found this dog park for the first time today. My dog enjoyed it a lot! I watched all the dog owners pick up after their dogs. Right after coming in, the hill was slick for us owners to get down to the big Park area, so be careful upon entering after a snowfall. Because it was a warmer day, it started melting while I was there, I suggest having towels handy when you get back to your vehicle to wipe down your pup. Love that they have areas for both big and small dogs.

  • 5/5 Michelle J. 1 year ago on Google • 41 reviews
    If you have little ones under the age of 8, and would like to take them swimming, this is definitely the place for you and your little ones to go and enjoy some fun in the sun. They are only open from 12:00 p. m, to 6:00 p. m. Weather permitting and they are open. The depth of the pool ( or wading pool) does not exceed over 2 to 3 feet. Any children under the age of 6, will be required to wear a wristband and so will the parent and can not be farther than arms length away from a parent at all times. It's great for a low cost entry fee of $2.00 for adults and children are $1.00 (please check ahead in case price has increased) they have a mandatory rest break every hour and offer a little sand area and showers to wash away the sand before reentering the pool. It's got a little water slide and only one child allowed on the steps at a time, and a small slide for littler ones. Be sure that you make your little ones wear shoes into the bathroom and everyone must take a shower before entering the pool. There's plenty of shade to allow for picnic blankets and they do offer some lounge chairs and umbrellas for extra shade. But, be aware that they can become extremely busy with day cares and large families and some kids that should not be in there because they are too rowdy and don't seem to listen. Lifeguards are very strict and don't allow anyone to run or climb on any of the water structures that have water or walking up a slide. It's good for short time in the sun or late afternoon play, just be advised that the parking lot is small and not easily to turn around in or enter or exit from. Call ahead and find out if they are open or allowing outside food and drinks inside the pool area.

  • 5/5 Mark G. 1 year ago on Google
    Great place to bring dog while visiting from out of town and free to the public

  • 5/5 Michael C. 1 year ago on Google
    Beautiful park with lots of history. Omaha's oldest park. Nice pond. Some wildlife. Great trees. Dog area. Zip lining! Fishing too. A recent fire destroyed a pavilion.

  • 3/5 Tamara G. 2 years ago on Google
    Yes they have disc golf. It could use some better signage. It had just rained in morning making for some super slippery disc golf. It was not easy getting up and down a ridge. Only one set of stairs. Just 10 minutes or so from Creighton. A nice break on graduation weekend for a quick round of disc golf. Beautiful park

  • 4/5 Annalee S. 3 years ago on Google • 26 reviews
    This park is super nice! Trails around the playground, fountain, and also a little into the woods. Very clean from what I saw as well. My only complaint is that it's not 100% wheelchair/stroller friendly. You can walk with either but there's parts with stairs. Overall very nice!

  • 5/5 Kathy K. 1 year ago on Google
    trees are BEAUTIFUL!!Play area for kids, big lake with ducks and white geese..fishing for trout and carpaccio. saw a barbeque for people with picnic tables.. .tennis courts indoors. dont know if you need a membership or not to play....DEFINATLEY good for walking...Go see the beauty.


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Amenities


  • Pets
    • ✓️ Dog park
    • ✓️ Dogs allowed
  • Accessibility
    • ✓️ Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • ✓️ Wheelchair-accessible entrance

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