Standing Bear Lake

Description:

Standing Bear Lake, NE, located in northwest Omaha, is named for the Ponca leader Chief Standing Bear, and is operated by the City of Omaha. The day use only facility offers picnicking, no-wake boating, hiking and bicycling trails, nature study opportunities and fishing. The lake has a surface area of 135 acres and is surrounded by 396 acres of parkland.

Directions:

N.W. Metro Omaha, near 132nd and Fort with entrances at 144th, 132nd, and Fort Streets.

Phone:

(402)-996-3766

Email:

Address:

9901 JJ Pershing Dr. Omaha, NE 68112

Activities:

Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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