Recreation

$80.00

$40.00

$35.00

$20.00

$1.75

FREE

SWIMMING POOL & TENNIS COURTS
HOURS:

Monday-Friday

1:00-5:00 PM

6:30-8:00 PM

Adult Swim: 5:00 - 6:30 PM 

Saturday & Sunday
1:00-5:00 PM

PRICE:

Family Pass: 

Single Pass: 

Monthly Family: 

Monthly Single:

Daily Admission:

Baby Pool: 

Swimming Lessons July 8-July 19

$400

$500

$575

$125

$230

$220

$270

$370

$200

$370

Single:      

Family:      

League:      

Cart Stall:   

Add A Cart:

Add A Cart:

9 hole cart:    

18 hole cart:  

All day cart:  

$15

$22

$27

$12

$16

$24

ARROWHEAD MEADOWS GOLF COURSE
www.arrowheadmeadowsgolf.com
Arrowhead Meadows Golf Course and Recreational Area is a beautiful nine hole, all grass course, nestled in the Medicine Creek Valley, with the Medicine Creek meandering throughout the course.  Our course is believed to be, by popular accord, one of the best public nine hole courses in the state.  It has been called by many who have played it "Nebraska's best kept secret"
PRICE:
Membership:

Single:           

Couple:          

Family:          

High School:  

College:         

Special:          

Green Fees:

9 holes:    

18 holes:  

All Day:   

Children under

the age of 13:                 $1

MONDAY & FRIDAY: HALF-PRICE GOLF

(cart included)

9 holes:    $13.50          18 holes: $19.00

All Day:   $25.50

$25.00/MONTH

$100.00

$40.00/MONTH

$160.00

$50.00/SEMESTER

FITNESS CENTER

OPEN:   24/7 access: enter via pass code. 

PRICE: 

Single Pass:

Single pass-6 months:

Couple/Family pass:

Couple/Family Pass-6 month:

College Students:

To join, please visit Western Nebraska Bank. 

WALKING TRAIL

Starting at the Curtis Community Center is a one and a half mile walking trail. The trail loops through the beautiful Arrowhead Meadows Golf & Recreation Area along the Medicine Valley. 

CITY PARK

The city park is located along Center Avenue in the center of town.

The Curtis Park Committee is raising money to replace all the old equipment at the City Park.  The new equipment and surfacing is very costly. The City of Curtis has already pledged $20,000 to the new playground, and grants are being applied for to help with this project.  But we need your help in raising the additional $100,000 for the play tower and slides found on the back of this page. 

Donations can be made at the City Office in Curtis (201 Garlick Avenue) or to any of the park board committee members.  

Members are:  

Lori Welch

Derek & Jordan Banzhaf

Annette Fink

Whitney Lindstedt

Morgan Aspenleiter

Diana Klein

Kristy Roblee 

Amber Thompson

Taylor Stone

Mo Khamouna.

Please make checks payable to the City of Curtis.

Go Fund Me Link: 

https://www.gofundme.com/city-of-curtis-park-improvements

MILL PARK

What once held the Curtis Lake, Mill Park now houses multiple amenities. Located on the western edge of town, a roping arena, baseball diamond, small playground, and campgrounds with full hookups are available. 

 

CAMPING FACILITIES:

First 3 nights FREE

$5/Day after 3 Days

 

Water, Electricity, and a Sewer Dump Station available.  

First Come, First Serve. Reservations are not available. 

YOUTH BASEBALL : 

Between the end of May and the End of June/beginning of July, the Mill Park baseball diamond houses youth baseball. Kindergarten thru 7th grade are welcome to participate for the season.


PRICE:

$10/child

 

For more information, or to sign up, please contact:

Ryan Pate

308-362-7088

 

 

 

Hunting and Fishing 
 

Hunting atlas

 

Fishing in the area

Seven area lakes

Welfleet Lake, Harry Strunk Lake, Lake Maloney, Red Willow Lake,  Johnson Lake, Jeffers Lake and Midway Lake.

@cityofcurtis2017 

City of Curtis Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am - 5 pm Location: 201 Garlick Ave. Curtis, Ne. 69025 Contact: (308)367-4122