BMX in Robert’s Skatepark, Omaha, Nebraska USA

Urban elements such as ramps, stairs, quarter pipes, a grinding block and fun box.
Omaha is the largest and known city, the county seat of Douglas County in Nebraska, United States. This incredible city is located in the Midwestern United States on the Missouri River, approximately at 16 km/10 mi in the north of the mouth of Platte River.

Omaha is a place where you will never get bored. What this place becomes popular for is that it combines pleasure with excitement, offering to its visitors unlimited recreational opportunities. One of these is the famous Robert’s Skatepark, promising to all BMX enthusiasts to have the time of their life. It is a 1300 m²/ 14000 ft² skatepark with concrete riding surface. The park includes some urban elements such as ramps, stairs, quarter pipes, a grinding block and fun box.

There is also a flat area transitions into a snake run that empties into a 1.22 m/ 4 ft width and a 2.13 m / 7 ft lenght bowl. At the entrance, you find two silhouettes of skateboarders, made by galvanized steel, which are dedicated in honor to the late Mathew Kress and Tommy Craft, campaigned for this skatepark.

The park is open during daily hours only. Furthermore, while you ride on the spot, you are kindly requested to respect the rules of the park. So, please skate with caution, use helmets, be aware that bicycles and scooters are prohibited as well as alcohol and glass containers.

Just choose this park for having an exciting day and you will never regret it.