Located in Nebraska, Plattsmouth Reservoir 12-a real estate is a top twenty market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.
The properties of Plattsmouth Reservoir 12-A are located about 20 miles south of Omaha in Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
The city of Plattsmouth is home to a variety of restaurants, shops, schools, and parks. Make the drive to Omaha for an abundance of shopping and dining establishments along with attractions.
Omaha also includes several extensive medical facilities, Eppley Airfield and the University of Nebraska.
Plattsmouth Reservoir 12-A is a small, wooded body of water where it is easy to relax. It is a great place to fish, watch for birds, or relax in a hammock.
The neighborhood is wrapped with sidewalks, so it's perfect for morning jogs, taking the dogs out, or visiting a neighbor.
The Twin Rivers Water Park is a fun outing for the whole family. It has a large, zero-depth to three-feet swimming area that is perfect for children or adults who want to wade in shallow water. Its other pool gets as deep as 12 feet and includes a diving area. The park gets the most excitement from its two water slides.
Rhylander Park is another great recreation site to visit. Amenities include a large and small pavilion, a 12-foot lighted gazebo, playground equipment, a one-mile walking/biking trail, baseball and softball fields, a batting cage, soccer fields, a volleyball court, handicapped-accessible restrooms, and more.
Omaha is the largest city in Nebraska. It was founded by speculators along the Missouri River and was dubbed “The Gateway to the West.”
The Old Market district preserves Omaha's historic section, featuring cobbled streets and well-preserved buildings. The district includes numerous restaurants, art galleries, and upscale shopping.
Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo is a zoo famous for its dedicated breeding of endangered species from around the globe. It includes many popular animals such as bears, giraffes, rhinos, and gorillas.
In Plattsmouth, you can enjoy small-town life while being a short drive from the excitement of Omaha.