- TripBuzz found 2 things to do with kids in or near Heavener, Oklahoma.
- From Heavener Runestone State Park to Talimena Scenic Byway, the Heavener area offers 19 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Scenic Drives, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
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82% 65 votes
Route 1, Box 1510, Heavener, OK 74937 MoreLess Info
Heavener Runestone State Park is a day-use only recreational area that centers around the large rock outcrop known as the Runestone. There are places for picnics, grills, hiking trails, comfort stations, and playground freely open to the public.
95% 132 votes
Heavener, OK MoreLess Info
Boasting wide reaching views and extensive scenery, the Talimena Scenic Byway is a long drive reaching from eastern Oklahoma to western Arkansas. It is 54 miles in total, making for a pleasant day trip for those who enjoy looking at nature and taking photographs in designated areas along the road.
94% 47 votes
County Road 277, Mena, AR 71953 MoreLess Info
Wolf Pen Gap Trail is a medium to expert mountain-biking trail. It is a 41 mile-long looped trail system, permanently improved and extended.
36% 11 votes
Red Pine Drive and Morgans Way, Fort Smith, AR MoreLess Info
The Massard Prairie Battlefield Park was the site of a Civil War battle, during which Confederate soldiers used hit-and-run tactics to score a victory over the Union side. The location is also the site of Civil War re-enactments and features a walking trail.
- 2 votes
6100 S 36th Street, Fort Smith, AR 72908 MoreLess Info
A 72-lane bowling center, Bowling World offers open and league bowling along with private event and birthday party hosting. The center provides arcade games, a pro shop, pool tables and a snack bar with food, drinks and adult beverages.
100% 33 votes
8300 Wells Lake Road, Fort Smith, AR 72916 MoreLess Info
Located at Fort Smith, the Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center features various exhibits and displays dedicated to plants and wildlife. Along with birdwatching, it is a common venue for fishing and canoeing.
100% 4 votes
7200 Zero Street, Fort Smith, AR 72903 MoreLess Info
Ben Geren Regional Park provides patrons with a range of recreational activities. They offer rugged trails for mountain bikers and hiking and paved bike trails that are ADA-accessible. The park also offers tennis courts, batting cages, and a golf course.
- 1 votes
3000 S 70th Street, Fort Smith, AR 72903 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1982, the Crystal Palace Skating Center is a roller skating rink popular among local residents. Public skating sessions, group outings, and birthday party hosting are among the events hosted at the rink.
89% 131 votes
3877 Highway 88 West, Mena, AR MoreLess Info
Queen Wilhelmina State Park is one of eight mountain state parks of the Arkansas State Parks system. The Park Lodge has temporarily closed but all other facilities of Queen Wilhelmina State Park remain open. The offices and gift shop has relocated near the entrance of the park campground.
100% 2 votes
3301 South M Street, Fort Smith, AR 72903 MoreLess Info
A fenced canine recreation facility, Fort Smith Dog Park features a large grass field, trees and a pond that dogs can use to cool off. The park provides a double-gated entrance, benches and dog waste bags.