Hummel Park is a 2.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Omaha, Nebraska that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, trail running, nature trips, and birding.
Hummel Park is covered in a riparian forest. Located in north of the Florence neighborhood, the park includes hiking trails, including the Omaha Riverfront Trail North. There are horseshoe pits, a Missouri River overlook, picnic shelters and a disc golf course. The overlook is located above the popular "Devil's Slide," a natural cliff. The Hummel Park Nature Center, operated by the Parks and Recreation Department, offers environmental education programs and special nature events.
Positives: Well maintained trails that are part of the Hummel Park disc golf course.
Good up and down hiking in the gorgeous Ponca hills.
Awesome views of the Missouri river valley.
Negatives: does not feel like complete wilderness, trails often run across paved roads. Very trashed up! Trails are not marked. Beer cans and bottles everywhere considering it is a city park and alcohol is not permitted. It is probably due to the disc golf course. Disc? Golf?
P.S. Don't believe the urban legends trash about Hummel Park. The only abnormal thing you will find there is the disc golf course.