Waterfront Homes For Sale
The Missouri River marks the border between Council Bluffs, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska, offering a clear demarcation of the state line and providing beautiful waterfront views to properties located in this exclusive area. The Omaha metro area is also home to several exclusive lake front communities. West Shores is located in western Douglas County near Waterloo. Newport Landing is right outside Bennington and there are several lake front communities near Fremont.
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Originally the Missouri River was devoted to warehouses and manufacturers who took advantage of the transportation opportunities provided by the river to move their products to market, today the area is home to a number of upscale housing developments and attractions. The River City Star Cruise Line provides boat rides along the river, and the Gallup University Riverfront Campus features an educational center and conference facilities in the area.
Omaha, Nebraska is home to some of the most beautiful waterfront property along the length of the Missouri River. The river divides Iowa from Nebraska, and is home to a number of tourist attractions including important sites from the Lewis and Clark expedition and an educational exhibit devoted to the two intrepid explorers. A World War II memorial is located on the shores of the Missouri, and the National Park Service has its regional headquarters and visitors center in the area as well. A full-service marina provides a place to park the boat for a fee, while the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge is a major landmark in the area that connects Omaha with Council Bluffs across the river and features an impressive multicolored light display.
Further inland from the river, the Qwest Convention Center & Arena hosts conferences, concerts and sporting events including a number of NCAA regional finals and the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Creighton sports competitions. The nearby Heartland of America Park covers 31 acres and boasts a 300-foot fountain. The new boardwalk area is often the scene of local events, along with the nearby Lewis & Clark Landing. The riverfront area in Omaha serves not only as a scenic destination for tourists and residents, but also provides a cultural center for the entire metropolitan area.
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Listing information last updated on October 2nd, 2023 at 3:45am CDT.