Parkway Lanes was established in 1959 and has enjoyed decades of great bowling in Lincoln, Nebraska. We are proud to host some of the original leagues of Lincoln!
what we offer:
- Daily Open Bowling
- Competitive & Recreational League
- Bumper Bowling for youth 8 and under
- Glo-Zone Bowling
- Parkway Pub (full-service drink & food)
- Free Wi-Fi Connectivity
- Online Lane Reservations
- Group Rates & Reservations
- Bowling Instruction
Pawnee State Recreation Area is a popular spot with anglers. White bass, walleye, largemouth bass, bluegill and two kinds of catfish, among others, can all be found in the lake. Pawnee also has a fish cleaning station.
Fishing: Pawnee State Recreation Area is a popular spot with anglers. White bass, walleye, largemouth bass, bluegill and two kinds of catfish, among others, can all be found in the lake. Pawnee also has a fish cleaning station.
Boating: All types of boats are welcome at Pawnee SRA. The lake offers three ramps and two docks.
Swimming: Pawnee SRA has two swimming beaches. No lifeguards are on duty.
Hiking: Pawnee has six miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
Picnicking: Pawnee’s close proximity to Lincoln makes it a popular day-use spot. The area has 53 picnic tables, 225 grills and two shelters, one of which is available for rental.
Hunting: Hunting is permitted in season beginning the first Tuesday after Labor Day. Hunters will find abundant small game, waterfowl and whitetail deer.
RV and Tent Camping: The area offers 68 camping pads with 20-, 30- and 50-amp electrical hookups, as well as 34 camping pads without electricity and 97 non-pad sites without electricity. The shady campground offers water, showers and modern restrooms. A dump station is available at the area.
Hours: Skating permitted during daylight hours only.
Cost: No Fee.
Peter Pan is an outdoor, modular unit skate park. Posted rules and regulations apply.
9-hole, par 3 course
Pine Lake is a challenging par 3 course offers reasonable rates and a family atmosphere. Find them on Facebook.
Pinewood Bowl Theater is a picturesque venue in the heart of Lincoln’s Pioneers Park. Surrounded by the natural beauty of evergreens, the venue offers a night under the stars like no other. Pinewood Bowl serves a local population of 285,000 and can accommodate up to 5,500 people. Pioneers Park is located at South Coddington and West Van Dorn Streets in southwest Lincoln.
Pinnacle Bank Arena is the cornerstone of Lincoln's $344 million West Haymarket Redevelopment Project. With its combination of concrete and metal panel facade, spectacular open-air roof deck, contemporary glass-encased entrance and concourse offering picturesque views of the State Capitol, Pinnacle Bank Arena is an architectural embodiment of aesthetics and modernity. Encompassing 470,400 square feet and costing $179 million, the state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena offers year-round entertainment, including concerts, family shows, touring acts and sporting events.
Hours: April 1 – September 30: Monday – Friday: 6:00 am – Sunset; Saturday – Sunday: Sunrise – Sunset; October 1 – March 31,: 8:00 am – Sunset; Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
Pioneers is the oldest public golf course in Lincoln, but for 12 years in a row it has led all courses in number of rounds played. The 18-hole course, built in 1930, is spread across a gradual hill, which the beautiful clubhouse sits atop. Located in west Lincoln, the course gives golfers stunning views of Pioneers Park.
Hours: Sunday – Saturday: Sunrise – Sunset
Silence, peace and beauty are among the wonders of the 1,100-acre Pioneers Park on the southwestern edge of Lincoln. The Chet Ager Building has animals and exhibits depicting woodland and wetland habitats. The Thomas Hudson Cabin, built in 1863 is the oldest dwelling in Lancaster County and the Depression Era District 113 Cunningham School.
Interpretive Centers and gated trail hours: Monday - Saturday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm; Sunday: Noon – 5:00 pm; Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
The Nature Center, in the southwest corner of Pioneers Park, is a wildlife preserve that features eight miles of walking trails through native Nebraska prairie grasses, woodlands and wetlands. Bison, elk and birds of prey are exhibited in their natural Nebraska habitat. The Prairie and Chet Ager buildings have additional exhibits and restroom facilities. A Natural Play Area for children and gardens are also found on site. Bicycles and pets are only allowed on the crushed limestone trail on the south side of Haines Branch Creek.
Phone: (402) 441-7895
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 9:00 am and 11:00 am
Come out and visit the farm and see how milk goes from farm to table. Tours are scheduled in advance, by appointment only and hosted on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Admission is $3/person for ages 2 and older with a $20 minimum. Tours last an hour to an hour and a half depending on size of group.