The Miller Park in North Omaha has a long history. There is no single right way to write about it, and if, after you're done reading this entire article, you disagree with the way I've written this history, I invite you to write your own version. This is a history of North Omaha's Miller Park. … Continue reading A History of North Omaha’s Miller Park
Located immediately north of Mercer Park, the Walnut Hill Reservoir is bound by Hamilton Street and the Walnut Hill neighborhood on the west, North 38th Street on the east, Nicholas Street on the south, and Mercer Park Drive on the east. Walnut Hill is cut in half by the curvy Park Road, which extends from Mercer Boulevard and Lincoln Boulevard. "Walnut Hill Reservoir" is chiseled into a concrete panel between the steps at North 38th Street.
The Near North Side neighborhood was packed with people for more than a century. People need places to hang out and cool off in Omaha's hot summers, and in the late 1940s the City of Omaha Parks Department decided to build a swimming pool to serve the community. By this point, the Logan Fontenelle Housing … Continue reading A History of North Omaha’s Kellom Pool
This is a history of the 1899 Greater America Exposition in North Omaha.
Imagine a smooth, easy drive on a Saturday afternoon in the fall all of it weaving along nineteen miles of the city's waterfront. There are long, calm curves and tall, stately oaks lining the boulevard, with walkers and bikes moving along a nice sidewalk that goes that entire distance. At evening, you turn to go … Continue reading History of the River Drive in Omaha
This is a history of Adams Park in North Omaha, Nebraska
A history of the Fontenelle Park in North Omaha, Nebraska by Adam Fletcher Sasse. Includes baseball, parks and recreation, fireworks and more!