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Pawnee Park, is tucked into southwest Columbus. The park straddles both sides of Lincoln Highway (US 81/ US 30), and is bordered by Loup River. The trail runs the length of the park, starting on 6th Street at the Berne Square (baseball diamond). It passes the playground and pond then starts to skirt the edge of Loup River. The trail passes underneath Lincoln Highway and then north to the tennis courts and Pawnee Park Memorial Stadium, before terminating on 8th Street.
Pawnee Park is also home to the Pawnee Plunge Water Park and the Andrew Jackson Higgins National Memorial, dedicated to the memory of the inventor and Columbus native son.
The trail is part of the city's trail network, known as CART (Columbus Area Recreational Trails), although majority of the trails are in the northern part of the city. The concrete trail is suitable for biking and walking/ running and gives residents in the southwest of the city an option to get outside and get their steps in.
Pawnee Park is located at 3420 Pawnee Plaza, Columbus, NE.
The Pawnee Park trail is a good quality concrete trail in Pawnee Park. It connects through the park with many rest, relaxation, and recreation opportunities.
The east terminus of the trail is at 26th avenue, a short little walk, run, or bike into downtown Columbus!
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