Sports & Outdoors
2600 North 32nd Street
32 lanes, a restaurant, pro shop and Cosmic Bowling. We have great bowling, fun games and a fantastic menu and bar. If you haven't been in lately, please join us. Check out our Specials and come in.
1601 South 74th Street
This is a Family and Community Fishing Program lake and receives regular stockings of catfish and trout. This lake also contains largemouth bass, bream and hybrid striped bass. Open to fishing with rod or pole only. Largemouth bass must be released i…
6471 Golf Course Loop
Ben Geren Golf Course is known throughout Arkansas as one of the state's premier public golf courses, truly offers something for everyone. The mission of the Ben Geren Golf Course is to provide the golfer with a high-quality golf course with bent gra…
3301 South M Street
The Fort Smith Bikeway connects you to parks, libraries, schools and universities, and to transit system bus stops. Ultimately, bicyclists will be able to pedal to their favorite Fort Smith destinations. Initial bicycle routes, based on safety and co…
2920 South Zero Street
You'll love Elevate Trampoline Park, one of the newest attraction in Fort Smith, Arkansas! Perfect for groups, families, and anyone looking for an exciting new way to get fit! Book birthday parties, soccer parties, baseball parties, pre-wedding groom…
Located at the eastern-most end of Grand Avenue, this new walking trail features benches and views of the river. Click Here to view a map of Sunnymede Trail!
7200 Zero Street
Ben Geren Disc Golf Course is the largest and nicest course in the region. With two 18-hole courses, this facility has a variety of challenges and conditions. Alternate pin placements changed monthly. Watch for water, tunnel shots, buried and hanging…
1205 South Albert Pike Avenue
A short 9-hole beginner course. The longest hole is 315'. As a school course, it is closed between 7 a.m.-4:30 p.m. when classes are in session.
Mulberry river is located a little less than one hour away from Fort Smith, Arkansas. Mulberry River is 69 miles long and runs from the Ozarks to the Arkansas River. It travels down a diverse terrain with multiple ledges, thickets and sharp turns, gi…
Red Pine Drive and Morgans Way
Added to the Arkansas Register of Historic Places on November 7, 2001, Massard Prairie was a popular grazing grassland for Union troops and locals during the Civil War. On July 27, 1864, Confederate troops led a surprise attack against the Union sold…