Hadar is a peaceful village situated on the sweeping plains of Nebraska, about six miles from the city of Norfolk. This tight-knit community has quiet residential areas surrounded by farms that give the area a rural charm. Residents of Hadar enjoy all the woofderful conveniences of nearby Norfolk, like six veterinary clinics and fur-iendly parks!
Norfolk’s Liberty Bell Park is a pawsome place to visit with your leashed pooch! Nestled in a quaint residential neighborhood, this five-acre community park has tons of open grass where you and your furry friend can play, stroll or work on some training. There are mature trees that provide shade, picnic tables, restrooms and a playground where kiddos can romp, too.
Be sure you and your pup visit the nearby Berry Hill Park! At four acres, this newly developed park has lots of room to stretch your legs with your leashed dog in the lush grass. There are also trees, a playground and a sand volleyball court.
If you and your pup are visiting the area and need a place to stay, the New Victorian Inn Norfolk has pet-friendly rooms where you and Fido can curl up for the night.
With pawsome parks and furrific amenities so close to Hadar, it’s easy to see why local and visiting pups love this quaint village!
If you and your pooch love to paddle, take a trip to Norfolk’s Madison Avenue neighborhood, about six miles from Hadar! This neighborhood is home to the woofderful Skyview Park. The quiet, sparkling waters of the park’s Skyview Lake are a pawtastic place to take out the canoe, kayak or standup paddle board with your furry pal, especially since only non-motorized watercraft are allowed. There’s plenty of fun to be had on dry land, too! Skyview Park’s 175 acres has a paved walking path around the lake, plenty of shady trees, lush grass, a disc golf course, picnic tables, a playground and restrooms.
Check out a puptacular park in this Norfolk neighborhood, about seven miles from Hadar! Norfolk’s furrific six-acre Winter Park is situated on the North Fork of the Elkhorn River, making it a scenic spot to walk, play or train with your furry friend. There are lots of trees, benches, picnic tables and a playground where kiddos can romp, too! Just a few blocks away, you and your leashed pooch will find another pawsome community green space, Johnson Park! This six-acre grassy park has flowerbeds that are full of stunning blooms in warmer months, lush trees, a playground and restrooms.
Bring your leashed pooch and your appetite on your visit to Norfolk’s City Center neighborhood, about seven miles from Hadar. First, take a walk with your pup in the neighborhood’s three-acre Central Park. This grassy green space has a paved walking path that winds around the perimeter, plus large trees that provide ample shade where you and your pooch can relax on warm days. There’s also a playground, picnic tables, tennis and basketball courts, restrooms and a large World War II memorial. After your trip to the park, head to Smokin’ Stan’s BBQ where you can chow down on ribs, brisket and yummy sides with Fido at your feet!
Looking for a quiet community park where you can chill out with your leashed furry friend? Explore the East Norfolk neighborhood about seven miles from Hadar! This neighborhood’s Nord Park is small in size, but big on relaxation! Situated in a quiet residential area, this half-acre park has big shady trees and a lush lawn where you and your pooch can stroll or lay out a blanket and unwind. Nord Park also has a playground area and basketball courts where kiddos can burn off some energy. Pack a picnic and make good use of the park’s tables and barbecue grill. This neighborhood is also where you’ll find Veterans Memorial Park.
If your pup has a hankering to socialize and make new furry friends, head to Norfolk’s South 13th Street/ Sherwood Road neighborhood! Just nine miles from Hadar, this area is where you and Fido will find the 180-acre Ta-Ha-Zouka Park and its woofderful off-leash area, the Ta-Ha-Zouka Dog Park. Your pooch will love sniffing around the 1.68-acres of fenced-in large dog area. Petite or shy pups can take advantage of the separate .38-acre fenced-in area that has a more low-key atmosphere. This pawsome dog park has agility equipment, open grass and plenty of trees. After your pooch has let off some steam in the off-leash area, clip on the leash and explore the rest of Ta-Ha-Zouka Park!