Baxter Arena opened to the public in October 2015, the end product of a joint community/university partnership led by Heritage Services of Omaha which raised $90 million for its construction and additional infrastructure improvements. The arena is a vibrant community asset, serving as the home of University of Nebraska Omaha hockey, men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball as well as concerts, civic events, campus recreation, youth hockey, figure skating and curling. The building seats 7,500 with additional space for standing room.
CenturyLink Center Omaha (formally Qwest Center Omaha) spans 422 acres, which is approximately 100 city blocks. The facility opened in September 2003 and contains more than 1,100,000 square feet, including a 194,000 square foot exhibition hall, more than 63,000 square feet of meeting space and an 18,300 seat arena. The site includes approximately 4,500 parking spaces, including a 3-story, 500 stall parking garage attached to the arena portion of the facility. The facility is connected via skywalk to the 450 room Hilton Omaha. CenturyLink Center Omaha is home to the Creighton University Men’s Basketball Team.
TD Ameritrade Park Omaha opened its doors in spring of 2011. This $128 million dollar downtown stadium has seating for 24,000 fans, including 26 luxury suites and 1,000 club seats. The facility is home to the NCAA Men’s College World Series and the Creighton University Men’s Baseball Team. The new stadium also hosted the 1st annual Red Sky Music Festival in summer of 2011.
Owned by the City of Ralston, the Ralston Arena is a state of the art facility located in Ralston, Nebraska. The venue opened in October 2012 and plays host to topnotch events in a first-class environment. The venue is a multi-faceted facility that is not only home to the USHL’s Omaha Lancers, the Summit League’s University of Nebraska Omaha Men’s Basketball, WFTDA’s Omaha Rollergirls, the CPIFL’s Omaha Beef, and LFL’s Omaha Heart, but it also sets the stage for a wide variety of concerts and events.
Mid-America Center is the Heartland's premier entertainment and convention center and was officially opened on October 18, 2002. This versatile facility is made up of over 150,000 square feet and includes a 30,000 square foot arena for a capacity of up 8,000 people, a 64,000 square foot convention center, and more than 20,000 square feet of meeting space. There is always free parking at the site. The facility has been home to concerts of Kenny Chesney, Journey, and Martina McBride as well as being host site for Harlem Globetrotters and Disney on Ice.
The Council Bluffs Recreation Complex has been recognized as one of the finest recreation facilities in the Midwest for youth and adult teams. The facility offers 4 softball fields along with 4 baseball diamonds, and 2 Youth/Fastpitch fields. Other amenities include up to 14 full-sized soccer field, 4 full-sized football fields, 2 full-service concession stands with outdoor seating, and a conference room for hosting tournaments. With easy access to Interstate 29, Interstate 80, and Veteran's Memorial Highway the complex has just about everything to suit your outdoor sporting needs.
Located in Council Bluffs, the Iowa West Field House was opened in January 2017 and is operated by Omaha Sports Academy. Not far from the Mid-America Center the facility contains 8 basketball courts and 12 volleyball courts totaling just over 49,600 square feet of space. Rental services are available weekdays or weekends to match your event or game dates.