The city of Rogers is excited to announce a ribbon cutting and grand opening event for Mt. Hebron Park. This new park in Rogers' southwest corner has become a community center for sports, leisure, and recreation for both residents and visitors. The grand opening will take place on August 11th at 10 a.m.
Mt. Hebron Park, which spans about 80 acres, caters to a wide range of recreational interests. This incredible park has something for everyone, whether it's the adrenaline of sports or the serenity of trails and greenspace.
"Mt. Hebron Park represents a milestone in our city's commitment to fostering inclusivity, recreation, and community bonding. As we celebrate the largest accessible playground in Arkansas and showcase a number of recreational amenities, we take pride in knowing that this park will become a place of joy and togetherness for generations to come. I want to invite all to join us at the grand opening, as we celebrate not only the park's grandeur but also the spirit of unity that defines the city of Rogers.”
- Rogers Mayor Greg Hines
The Largest Accessible Playground in Arkansas
Mt. Hebron Park shows that the city of Rogers is committed to being open and welcoming to everyone. The playground has state-of-the-art equipment that lets kids of all abilities play, explore, and make experiences that will last. The playground is set up so that every kid can play and feel like they belong. The adjoining splash pad was also made with different physical needs in mind.
Calling all Sports Enthusiasts!
Mt. Hebron Park is a sports enthusiast's dream come true. A baseball field, soccer fields, basketball courts, pickleball courts, and tennis courts are among the park's excellent amenities. These world-class facilities are sure to draw athletes of all abilities and inspire the next generation of champions.
Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
Mt. Hebron Park's grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on August 11th at 10 a.m. at the park's pavilion. We invite everyone in the community, as well as media outlets and community leaders to be a part of this important day. After the ribbon cutting, attendees are invited to explore and enjoy the park.