Where we Play

The Cabot Parks & Recreation Department is dedicated to promoting a higher quality of life for Cabot citizens.

The staff strives to develop and offer a diverse and ever expanding directory of programs that will provide a variety of life enriching activities that Cabot citizens can enjoy and participate in year-round.  Also, the Department is dedicated to maintaining facilities that are safe and accessible to all.

Swim lessons, Dolphin-Laser USA Swim Team, basketball, baseball, softball, football, soccer and wrestling are among the varied sport options available to Cabot youth. The department offers swim lessons, basketball, flag football and co-ed volleyball for the adults.

The Veterans Park Community Center features a 25-yard heated pool, a therapy pool, indoor walking track, cardio equipment, multi-purpose courts and meeting or banquet facilities.

The center also participates in the nationwide fitness program for senior citizens offered by Silver Sneakers.

The department maintains five public playground parks, outdoor walking trails and a community pond where citizens can enjoy a relaxing day of fishing.

For additional information about the Department you may give them a call 501-605-1506 or reach them by email at cabotparks@classicnet.net.

CabotFest is an annual event that Cabot citizens and numerous others look forward to every year. Each year, on the second Saturday of October, the downtown streets of Cabot are filled with over 30,000 attendees enjoying the hometown festival atmosphere. The fun-filled, family oriented festival features arts and crafts, a wide variety of food and entertainment; a carnival, beauty pageant, car and motorcycle shows, bingo, children’s games and numerous other fun-filled activities that will entertain and delight the entire family.

An annual Strawberry festival celebrates the harvest of one of Cabot’s popular crops -- strawberries.  The festival features games, a carnival, beauty pageant, home grown produce and much more.

Cabot is home to a state of the art bowling center, 8-plex movie-theater, a dinner theater that features live family friendly entertainment, skating rink and a BMX Bike track that will thrill and challenge even the most experienced bike rider.

If golf is your sport of choice, the two beautiful and challenging semi-private courses  within the Greystone subdivision will challenge the talents of the finest golfer.  Golfers will be delighted by the tree-lined Zoysia fairways and manicured Bent grass greens at Cypress Creek and the Mini-Verde greens at the picturesque Mountain Springs Course.  Both courses are a part of the Arkansas Natural State Golf Trail.  Rolling Hills Country Club, located on the cities East side is home to a private 18-hole course.

Fishing and hunting can be enjoyed in and around Cabot.  Located a short drive away from the city are Greers Ferry Lake and the Little Red River. Varied types of fishing and water sports can be enjoyed at these picturesque areas.  Anglers will find other tempting fishing opportunities at nearby lakes Pickthorne and Conway.

A quick 20 minute drive from Cabot to the Little Rock area avails countless opportunities for cultural and sporting activities.  Verizon Arena in North Little Rock hosts headliner concerts year-round and offers major college basketball tournaments. 

The Bill Clinton Presidential Library, Arkansas Repertory Theater, ArkansasSymphony and the Arkansas Arts Center are all located in the Little Rockarea.

Cabot does offer its citizens the best of all worlds, convenient location, outstanding school district, churches of numerous faiths and a hometown that offers its citizens a quality of life that can be enjoyed by everyone.

So come to Cabot for a visit or stay for a lifetime.



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