Harnett County,
North Carolina

Parks & Recreation 

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The objective of the Harnett County Parks and Recreation Department is to provide with the assistance of volunteer community organizations, and other local, state, and federal agencies, a broad and comprehensive program of leisure recreational opportunities and facilities for all citizens regardless of age or disability within budgetary limitations.

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Office Hours
Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM- 5:00PM

Important Announcements
Afterschool Care at Boone Trail Community Center & Library

Movies in the Park

Fall 2018 "Movies in the Park" Series

Be sure to bring your blankets and camping chairs for seating, and be sure to bring out the whole family and share with others!

- For updates and details on movie locations, follow Harnett County Parks and Recreation on Facebook!


NC State Fair Senior Bus Trip

The annual Senior Bus Trip for the NC State Fair will leave from the parking lot of the Harnett County Department of Social Services at 8 AM on Tuesday, Oct. 16th, 2018. Attendees will board the bus again and depart from the State Fair at 4 PM that afternoon, and everyone will have returned to the Department of Social Services parking lot around 5 PM that evening. The trip is free for Harnett County Senior Citizens, but space is limited and you must call to reserve your spot at (910) 893-7518, or email Drew Bryant at wbryant@harnett.org.


Dynamic Martial Arts at Boone Trail Community Center & Library


Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Bicycle Plan

The Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is seeking feedback from residents to help develop the Sandhills Regional Bicycle Plan. The North Carolina Department of Transportation awarded a $225,000 planning grant to FAMPO to develop the comprehensive bicycle transportation plan, which covers Cumberland, Harnett, Hoke, Robeson and Scotland counties and parts of Bladen and Sampson counties.

Residents are invited to find out more information about the plan and take the online survey by going to www.sandhillsbikeplan.com. Input from the public will help planners identify key routes, connections, opportunities and obstacles and prioritize areas for future implementation.


2018 Anderson Creek Senior Center Quilt Raffle Fundraiser


 
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