Neale Woods Nature Center Trails

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Neale Woods

Neale Woods Nature Center Trails is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Omaha, Nebraska that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until November.

Length3.2 miElevation gain551 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingForestViewsWildlifeNo dogs
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Lisa Hall
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Bike touring

Wonderful nice hills , beautiful spring woodland flowers, peaceful and lots of birds too! Trail was mostly dry, just a little damp in spots.

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Shawn Ferguson
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Hiking
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Laura LeCuyer
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Hiking

Good place. Nice hike. No birds

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Theresa Faure
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Hiking
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Kayleigh Hegarty
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Hiking

Great hike but super icy!

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Seth Brooks
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Hiking

Some mud and ice but nothing too discouraging. Put on microspikes once I got to Columbine as it was icy in spots. The stairs on north end of Settlers into the hollow was a mud slick, so I descended to the side through the snow. Those stairs need to be replaced.

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Jason Tunzer
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Hiking
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Thu Tran
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Hiking

Slippery but always great!

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Mark Johnston
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HikingIcyMuddyOff trail

In winter downhill trails can be very slippery.Often the footing is better off trail.

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Mark Johnston
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HikingIcyMuddySnow

The village of Nashville is North-West of Neale Woods.

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Seth Brooks
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Hiking
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xavier fierro
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Hiking

great trail, cold of course in December so wear adequate layers. trails well maintained

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Lauren Smith
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Matthew Gilmore
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Theresa Faure
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Monica B
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Hiking

Get boots!

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Gary Steiner
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HikingGreat!

Great fall day. With the ground foliage gone and leaves down you get a better view of/feel for how steep the hills, valleys and ravines are. Trail are in great shape and well marked.

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A Bredy
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Hiking

Super fun! Lots of time on cliffs and lots of elevation changes!

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Mark Johnston
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Hiking

The park rangers have done a great job opening up the hill tops to the Sun. This allows more native species to thrive and makes for a more enjoyable walk.

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Mark Johnston
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Hiking

Wet dull day and slightly muddy. Tried a few off-trails

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Abigail Asper
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Hiking

$5 entry fee. Beautiful tall grass, forest, and rolling hills. Came very close to a deer but didn’t see other wildlife besides squirrels. Almost no one here on a weekday afternoon and the hills make it a good workout. Main downside was the mud... slipped more than once lif I hadn’t come the day after a lot of ice/rain, probably would’ve been 5 stars for me

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Mark Johnston
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Hiking

Fall colors. Great when dry. Note the sunken foundation of an earthen lodge near the river lookout

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Chrissy Tonkinson
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Hiking
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Mark Johnston
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Hiking

Both Fox and Maidenhair side trails are winding and steep. They are best enjoyed at a more relaxed pace.

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Juan Cuadra
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Juan Cuadra
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