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Poolside Park offers swimming pool facilities, sand volleyball, horseshoe pits, and two picnic shelters for summer use, and playground equipment for children.
Memorial Park offers a quiet place to enjoy the flowers and trees as well as playground equipment for small children.
A ball park complex offers the community two ball fields for baseball and softball. One is equipped with lights for evening use. The complex is used by all ages, especially Osmond's Summer Youth Program, an adult-supervised youth program for children of all ages.
Osmond's Rodeo Arena lies to the north of the ball park. Summer activities include roping, riding, and team penning.
Downtown Osmond offers:
Within a 15-minute drive of Osmond, you will find four 9-hole golf courses for your summer golfing enjoyment.
The area surrounding Osmond offers some of the best upland game bird hunting anywhere. The pheasant is king, but partridge, quail, and turkey are also plentiful.
White-tail deer hunting is also popular in the Osmond area. Rifle, archery, and black powder seasons are offered.
Willowcreek State Recreation Area - Located twelve miles south of Osmond, this
recreational area features a 700-acre lake, 4 boat ramps, fishing, horse trails, shelters,
playground, archery range, hiking trails, snowmobiling, shower building,
Northeast Nebraska Zoo - Located thirty miles west of Osmond, this zoo has a nice display where visitors can view monkeys, apes, carnivores, birds, reptiles, and more. The main attraction is Reuben, the chimpanzee who has been taught sign language.
Grove Lake Wildlife Management Area - Located west of Osmond on Highway 20, this
wildlife area covers
Ashfall Fossil Beds - This is an opportunity to get a detailed glimpse of pre-historic Nebraska and the ability to observe paleontologists at work in this historical park located west and north of Royal, Nebraska.
Lewis & Clark Lake - Lewis & Clark Lake is situated on the Missouri
River between Nebraska and
Niobrara State Park - Near the confluence of the Missouri and Niobrara Rivers is
Ponca State Park - This Park, located in the wooded bluffs of the Missouri
River, is an 800 acre wonderland offering
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