City Parks

category : Recreation

Barnard Park - Picnic tables, playground, restrooms. Clarkson Street and Military Avenue

Buch Park - Playground and picnic tables. Luther Road and Donna Street

Buckridge Park - Mini-park. Downing Street and Birchwood Drive

Christensen Field Agricultural Park

Multi-use facilities on 33 acres. Senior center, softball diamonds and soccer fields. Public events throughout the week, including

craft, toy, doll, farm, and builder shows. Facility is rented for parties, meetings, concerts, horse and dog shows, auctions and

much more. Camping available. Multi-purpose building, senior center, indoor and outdoor horse arenas and livestock barns, ball fields, open play area, soccer fields, dump station, camping. Linden Avenue and Ridge Road (402) 727-2810

John C. Fremont City Park - Picnic tables, playground. Ninth and Broad Streets

Clemmons Park - Picnic tables, shelter, playground, ball diamond, restrooms, sand volleyball court, fitness trails, arboretum. 16th Street and Luther Road

Davenport Park - Picnic tables, playground, shelter, ball diamond, restrooms. West Linden Avenue and Davenport Street

Masonic Park - Picnic tables, playground. 23rd and Main Streets

Memorial Park - Handicap-accessible playground, picnic tables, tennis courts, restrooms, swimming pool, shelter, ball diamonds. Lincoln and Military Avenues

Miller Park - Shelter, playground, restrooms, picnic tables, ball diamonds, lighted horse-shoe courts. South M Street

Milliken Park - Playground, soccer fields, ball diamonds. Wyoming Avenue

Monnich Park - Model airplane flying circle, Fremont control car race track. South Broad Street

Ronin Park - Picnic tables, shelter, swimming pool, ball diamond, tennis courts, playground, restrooms, sand volleyball court, arts and crafts center. 17th Street and Somers Avenue

Rotary Park - Picnic tables, shelter, playground, restrooms. 5th and K Streets

Ruwe Park - Picnic tables, shelter, playground, restrooms. 5th and Howard Streets

VanAnda Park - Picnic tables, shelter, playground, restrooms, tennis courts, ice rink. Linden Avenue and Pebble Street

Come visit us in Fremont, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Historic Visitors Center

The former Fremont Post Office building celebrated its opening August, 2000, as the new home to the Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce and several other non-profit agencies.

Fremont, NE Historic Post Offices

John C. Fremont Days

This is the community's premier celebration, and is held three days in July. Activities take place throughout town and include a wide variety of entertainment, cultural presentations, historical re-enactments, food courts, live entertainment, craft booths, sporting events and more.

Fremont, NE Reenactments

R. B. Schneider House

The large two-story frame house, located in Fremont, exemplifies a transitional product of Queen Anne and Neo-Classical Revival styles. Businessman R. B. Schneider, founder of the Nye, Schneider, Fowler Company, grain dealers, built the house in 1887

Fremont, NE National Register

George Turner House

The George and Nancy Turner House, built in 1867

Fremont, NE Historic Homes

Louis E. May Historical Museum

The original portion of the Museum structure, in the Italiante Revival style, was built by Fremont's first mayor, Theron Nye. The Museum is an elegant, two-story brick residence originally constructed in 1874

Fremont, NE Museums

Things to do Recreation near Fremont, NE