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Sawyer Snell Fields

200 South Street (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68507
Sawyer-Snell Field is part of the Lincoln Parks and Recreation, and has a total of 2 baseball/softball fields. Sawyer-Snell Field has a seating capacity of 50 per field, and also 200 stalls of parking.

John Breslow Ice Hockey Center

433 V Street (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 472-2758
Welcome to the John Breslow Ice Hockey Center. John Breslow Ice Hockey Center has an NHL sized (85’ by 200’) ice surface that offers fun for the entire family. Serving as the home ice for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Men’s and Women’s club hockey teams there is never a dull moment at John Breslow Ice Hockey Center.

With 500 pairs of rental skates ranging from sizes youth 8 to adult 14, you can join us for a public skate or enroll in the Breslow Skate for skating lessons. Want to take your skating to the next level? You can learn to play hockey or learn to master your jumps with our classes

John Breslow Ice Hockey Center is also a great place to hold your next birthday party or corporate meeting. With an in house concession stand and 4 meeting spaces available, combined with the ability to skate and/or play broomball; you can rest assured that you booked the “Coolest” meeting or party possible.

Nebraska Wesleyan University-Greeno Track

Nebraska Wesleyan University's Greeno Track is an eight-lane, all-weather track. Named in honor of the legendary coach Woody Greeno, the track was completely renovated with a new Mondo surfacing in 2010.

Hickman City Park

100 Main Street (Get directions)
Hickman, NE 68372
Phone: (402) 792-2212
Hickman City Park is home to three ball fields. One is a Legion baseball field, the other two are multi-use baseball/softball fields.

Pioneers Park

3201 S. Coddington Ave (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68522
668 acres of tallgrass prairie, woodlands, wetlands and a stream. Since 1963 the Nature Center has served the Lincoln area as an environmental education center and wildlife sanctuary. Eight miles of hiking trails wind through various habitats and take visitors past non-releasable raptor exhibits, as well as bison, elk, and white-tailed deer herds.