Things to do in Chaffee

 

McClure Amphitheater

The newly renovated McClure Amphitheater is located right off Massard Road across from Cisterna Villa in Chaffee Crossing. An original Camp Chaffee era structure built for army training, the outdoor, hillside stadium provides the most beautiful views of the city of Fort Smith in the area. It will be available by appointment for public events and gatherings. The county bike trail is being incorporated along the ridge that runs along the amphitheater, offering a perfect resting stop for outdoor enthusiasts.

 


Flight Masters RAC Field

Flight Masters members and their guests enjoy flying most every type of RC aircraft including Scale, Aerobatic, 3D, Sport, Trainers, Antique, Warbirds, Combat, Foamies, Helicopters, and even a few Control-line planes.  
 
Flight Masters meets at the Chaffee Crossing Field, which is located just north of Arkansas Highway 22, directly north of the old Fort Chaffee main gate. Chaffee Crossing field has two runways that are each 600 feet long. The field has a covered pavilion for visitors and two covered concrete pads for pilots. To learn more about Flight Masters visit their website - http://www.fortsmithflightmasters.com/

 


Seasonal

 

Christmas Winter Wonderland

Christmas Winter Wonderland is an indoor Christmas show complete with Santa and Mrs. Claus, train rides, hot cocoa and warm cookies right out of the oven. Step into a magical world of more than 30 different Christmas scenes filled with holiday fun. See a life-size Barbie and Ken, Santa’s elves and reindeer, snowmen and much, much more!

Christmas Winter Wonderland is located at 7300 Wells Lake Road in Chaffee Crossing. For more information visit their website - http://christmaswinterwonderland.com/

Recent News


Jan 28, 2019

Progress on the River Valley Sports Complex stopped many months ago, but Fort Smith officials and FCRA Board of Trustees members remain committed to the concept of it being developed for the community. 


Jan 28, 2019

The $3.5 million Manes & Miracles Equestrian Assisted Therapy Center at Chaffee Crossing will bring a new form of therapy to the Arkansas River Valley. 


Jan 11, 2019

Chaffee Crossing-based Arkansas Colleges of Health Education president Kyle Parker gave some insight into the future developments planned for the campus. They include asking locals to help medical students fall in love with the community so they will stay and practice in the region after graduation.


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