Park Partners

Parks and Recreation has partnerships that engage our community to efficiently and effectively utilize the resources we have available in order to achieve the best recreational facilities and programs for our citizens.

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  1. Arkansas Gryphons Rugby Club

    The Gryphons are the only men's rugby club based in northwest Arkansas. Visit this page to keep up with the team's progress or just to get more information.

  2. Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks

    Come visit the Botanical Gardens of Fayetteville in order to enjoy some of the finest plant life in all of Arkansas.

  3. Boys & Girls Club

    The Boys and Girls club has partnered with the City of Fayetteville since 1967. With the help of local government, the organization has been capable of offering its services to children and families in the community.

  4. Disc Association

    The Fayetteville Disc Association (FDA) organizes ultimate Frisbee leagues in Northwest Arkansas and helps support the local club, high school, and college teams.

  5. Disc Golf

    If you have any interest in disc golf, then please take the time to learn what opportunities there are available for you within the Fayetteville area.

  6. Fayetteville Tennis

    Fayetteville Tennis runs public programs serving players of all experiences and ages out of Wilson and Walker Parks.

  7. Horseshoe Association

    The Northwest Arkansas Horseshoe Association meets together and helps maintain the pits at Walker Park for their organization to use. Come join the fun!

  8. OliverSoccer

    Oliver Soccer is a premier soccer training and coaching organization that focuses on coaching young people in the rules, techniques and skills for the game of soccer.

  9. Ozark Flyers Club

    Welcome to the Ozark Flyers Club and flying field. We are a diverse group dedicated to enjoying all aspects of building and flying model aircraft.

  10. Ozark Volleyball Club

    The Ozark Volleyball Club (OVC) was started in order to encourage quality volleyball play in the Northwest Arkansas area. The club coordinates indoor and outdoor leagues, tournaments, and training.

  11. Public School Partnership

    The City of Fayetteville and the Public Schools have partnered together on many projects throughout the years. To see what this partnership has helped to develop, visit this page.

  12. Rowing Club

    The Rowing Club of Northwest Arkansas, Inc. (RCNA), is a non-profit club of rowing enthusiasts organized to teach, practice, and promote the sport of rowing in Northwest Arkansas, to encourage a healthy lifestyle, and to foster teamwork in the sport of rowing among people of diverse backgrounds and levels of experience.

  13. Senior Activity & Wellness Center

    If you are a senior in the Fayetteville area and looking for exercise or other recreational opportunities, please visit the Walker Park Senior Activity and Wellness Center.

  14. Youth Baseball

    Come find out how to get involved in the Fayetteville Youth Baseball program if you have a child or if you're looking to volunteer your time.