The Albion Family Aquatic Center, also located at Fuller Park, is open Monday-Saturday 1pm to 7pm and Sunday 1pm to 6pm from Early May to Mid-August. Plan your next family outing in Albion!
Area residents enjoy family picnics and gatherings at Albion's Fuller Park where there are four large shelters available for your enjoyment. After the picnic, the whole family can enjoy the basketball courts, baseball and softball diamonds, soccer fields, swimming pool, and playground equipment. Rest rooms and RV hookups are also available.
Albion Sports Complex
In the Northwest part of Albion includes four ball diamonds, soccer fields, and a concession stand. A New Multipurpose Court including a tennis court, a pickle ball court, and two half-court basketball courts ne in June 2017!
Albion Country Club
Come enjoy our beautiful private 9-hole golf course. Our well-maintained grounds feature grass greens and it fully irrigated with a driving range, putting hole, and cart rentals.
Clean and conveniently located, the City of Albion campgrounds currently have twenty-six (26) sites with full Electricity, Water, and Sewer hook-ups. Free WiFi. A satellite sewer dump and clean-out station is also available on the grounds. There are also clean rest rooms and showers located adjacent to the site. CLICK HERE for a map of the camping facility!
Olson Nature Preserve
Dedicated to preservation of native prairie, this preserve has hiking trails along with abundant native flora and fauna. Its unique characteristics are derived from being a junction of multiple ecosystems. It lies at the easternmost tip of the sandhills and includes more than a half-mile stretch of Beaver Creek, a perennial spring-fed stream that forms the geological boundary between the sandhills and the rolling loess hardlands to the east. It is also historically significant as the site where Logan Fontenelle, a chief of the Omaha people, died at the hands of Sioux and Cheyenne warriors. Crazy Horse was about 15 years old and a member of the Sioux war party. The Olson Nature Preserve is truly a unique little corner of the world! Tucked into an area of approximately 140 acres, several interesting ecosystems invite further exploration. The eastern edge of the Nebraska sandhills, complete with characteristic blowouts and gullies, comprise the western edge of the Preserve. A bur oak grove, clinging to the steep slope borders the eastern edge of the sand hills. A person may observe typical prairie plants on the hot, dry sand hills and walk just 100 meters or so and be viewing ferns growing in the moist, cool forest. Wetlands, which fill the area at the base of the oak grove, abound with typical wetland plants and animals.