2201 South 13th St., Norfolk, NE 68701
In more linguistic idiosyncrasies, Ta-Ha-Zouka Park is on the north bank of the Elkhorn River on Norfolk’s south side. The park’s name means “horn of the elk.” There are no elk here anymore, but there are plenty of ducks and geese taking up residence on the park’s pond. A bridge and fountain make this a popular place for romantic strolls. Fishing opportunities, picnic and camping areas, sports fields and rental cabins are some of the many amenities here. The Cowboy Trail begins here and heads north and west for 321 miles to Chadron.