Parks & Recreation
Camp Bear Track
Camp Bear Track is a residential camp for girls and boys ages 7-15, is located on 200 acres in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. To campers, Camp is just plain FUN! Many parents, however, see Camp as a means to improve in their child's self-esteem, achievement, and creative expression. Each session has a varied program so that campers attending more than one session will have diverse experiences.
The camp setting provides many opportunities to teach valuable lessons by example. Our staff members are mature Christian men and women with a sincere interest in the total welfare of each camper. Cabin devotionals and evening vespers help each child understand his or her own need for God in coping with everyday situations. It is during these times that we discover that Christ is a joyful means to an abundant life. These are fun times of sharing, singing, and learning.
Heber Springs Community Center
2 Basketball Courts
2 Racquetball Courts
Indoor Walking/Running Track
Aerobics Room & Classes
Cardio Equipment Room
Therapeutic & Lap Pool
Meeting Rooms with Kitchenettes
Power Point Capabilities
The Heber Springs Sports Complex with its eight baseball/softball fields and six soccer fields is one of the top sports complexes in Arkansas and the region. Each field has its own press box and is complete with covered dugouts and covered spectator stands. Electronic Scoreboards and two concession stands with restrooms are also located on site. The new complex is used for city leagues and hosts many tournaments.
Future expansion of our Sports Program will include basketball, volleyball, and racquetball.
Sandy Beach offers a public beach for swimming, picnic areas, sand volleyball and a pavillion that can be reserved for special gatherings.
With plenty of shade trees surrounding the picnic areas, it is used frequently for family gatherings and birthday parties.
DAY USE FACILITY ONLY
PUBLIC RESTROOM ARE ON SITE
NO PETS ALLOWED!
To Reserve the Pavilion please call: 501-362-4901
Located in the heart of town on East Main Street. Close to shopping, dining and lodging. Spring Park attracted settlers to Heber Springs in the 1830's and is named after it's natural springs which are covered by pavillions and accessible throughout the park. Spring Park offers picnic tables surrounded by beautiful shade trees, a basketball court, a skateboard ramp, playgrounds, 2 outdoor amphitheaters, public restrooms and is wheel chair accessible. Spring Park is home to many festivals through out the year including Spring Fest and Old Settler's Days.
Located on Bridal Veil Falls Road off Hwy 25 is a beautiful place to take in the natural beauty that Heber Springs has been blessed with.
Hiking down to see the Falls is must for visitors. With an elevation of 584 feet above sea level, this is a spectacular place in the natural surroundings of Heber Springs.