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Dog Areas in Gretna, NE

4 Parks
1 Eatery

Nestled on the western edge of Sarpy County, Gretna is a fast-growing community that boasts flourishing housing developments and one of the lowest crime rates in the state. Just 10 minutes from Omaha, Gretna is home to two animal hospitals that ensure the well-being of the city's critters.

Doggos that get walked every day are the happiest, so make sure your best friend gets his daily exercise at Peterson Park. Aside from the community pool, this park features paved pathways to stroll on, several tables and benches for resting, and ample grass for Fido to sniff.

The Leo Royal Memorial Park is another nice spot in the city to take your pup. Go for a leashed walk around the area or bring a tennis ball to play fetch with. With plenty of grassy open space at the Leo Royal Memorial Park, you'll surely be able to tire out even the most energetic pooch.

Need a break from your daily routine? Take a pawse and experience the best of Nebraska camping at the West Omaha / NE Lincoln KOA. This dog-friendly, award-winning campground offers comfortable cabins, full hookup, and 50-amp service, as well as a host of other amenities and activities. There's even a K-9 Park where Fido can play off-leash!

Visit Gretna for a great time with your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gretna, NE

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 513/sq mi

    #1 Route 6 / County Rd Plz


    Staying indoors all day is no fun for Fido, so let him stretch his legs at North Park, where you can take a leisurely walk on the grassy fields under tall trees. Since North Park houses multiple athletic fields, you'll likely catch the local children playing baseball while you're there. Remember to bring doggie waste bags so you can clean up after your pooch. After getting in some exercise at North Park, drive one minute to We'll Smoke U BBQ for dinner. This eatery has a gated and covered patio where Fido can join you while you enjoy your meal, but do note that only counter service is available.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 85/sq mi

    #2 W Center Rd


    Located about 12 miles from Gretna, the Two Rivers State Recreation Area in Waterloo is a furrific place to have some outdoor fun with your furry buddy and the rest of the family. Nestled on the banks of the Platte River, this 622-acre area contains several sandpit lakes that total 320 acres of water, providing various opportunities for fishing, swimming, and non-powered boating. Here you'll also find multiple camping areas with over 200 padded sites, hiking and biking trails, and picnic areas. You can even stay in one of the 10 authentic, retired Union Pacific cabooses that have been refurbished for park lodging for a pawsome and unique experience.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 658/sq mi

    #3 Warwick Cir / S 168th Ave


    Explore Nebraska's great outdoors with Fido at the Chalco Hills Recreation Area in neighboring Omaha. The premier outdoor recreation facility of the Omaha-Council Bluffs muttropolitan area, Chalco Hills comprises forested areas, tall grass prairies, and the 245-acre Wehrspann Lake. Go for a hike on the trails, dig into a packed lunch at one of the many picnic areas, and let Fido romp off-leash at the dog exercise area. Do keep a close eye on your pooch at the off-leash area as it is only fenced on one side. After a fun day in nature, check into the nearby, pup-friendly Motel 6 to get a good night's sleep.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,916/sq mi

    #4 Pacific Meadows Park


    Pacific Meadows Park in nearby Omaha is a puptastic spot to spend a lovely afternoon with your canine companion. Located next to railroad tracks, this 21-acre urban park features an open grassy field, paved paths, and athletic courts. Fido is welcome to hang out at Pacific Meadows Park as long as he stays leashed. From here, you can access the 16-mile West Papio Trail, which connects Omaha to Bellevue. Following the route of a historic canal towpath, the West Papio Trail travels through open fields, city parks, and residential neighborhoods. Don't forget to bring water for both you and your pup, as well as doggie waste bags.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,840/sq mi

    #5 Walnut Creek


    Let Fido meet new friends at the Walnut Creek Dog Park in the nearby city of Papillion! Located within the Walnut Creek Lake and Recreation Area, this off-leash dog park is set in a natural environment with a small lake and walking trails. There are also benches for the dog parents to sit on and an area for cleaning up your pup before you leave near the entrance. Once Fido's all nice and tired, drive 10 minutes to SPIN! Neapolitan Pizza, where you can share a fresh, handmade pizza with your pooch at one of their outdoor tables. Gluten-free and vegan options are available for diners with dietary preferences.

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