Walking Trail wins the AR Governor's Council on Fitness Award
The first of eight phases of the walking trail was dedicated in October, 2009. Since that date, many citizens of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County have been walking on the completed parts of the 8 foot wide trail. On countless beautiful days, the trail is covered with people who are enjoying getting healthier by walking, jogging and running on the trail. It is a place where they meet their friends for a walk or make new friends as they pass one another along the way. Benches are located along the way if one wants to sit and relax and look at the lake. This trail is so famous that it was declared a winner for the Governor’s Fitness Award!
Splish Splash at the new Crenshaw Springs Water Park
The park, which is expected to use approximately 500,000 gallons of water for the park operations, will be open seven days a week during the hours of 10 a.m. until 8 p.m,., Monday thru Saturday, and 1 to 6 p.m. on Sunday according to Parsley. The initial season will be open from June 21, through Labor Day, weather permitting, however, officials are aiming for future seasons will be Memorial Day through Labor Day. Park hours may be reduced in August after school starts, depending on the number of park guests.
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The first of four free nature centers built by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission with revenue from Amendment 75, a one-eighth of one percent statewide sales tax passed in 1996.
Cane Creek State Park is uniquely located where the rolling terrain of the West Gulf Coastal Plain and the alluvial lands of east Arkansas meet. Experience both natural divisions in one visit.
From the Pine Bluff Convention Center and Hestand Stadium to the Riverfront Ampitheatre and Community Theatre, there is an abundance of places for visitors to find something going on anytime.