Bullhead City Parks & Recreation is home to some of the most beautiful parks, exciting special events, host to several sports tournaments, a year around community pool and fun-filled activities and programs around the Tri-State area.
We have public meeting rooms and special event space available to rent at the Suddenlink Community Center. You can also enjoy playing pickleball and basketball inside the gym.
The Bullhead City Parks & Recreation is to provide diverse year-round leisure opportunities through unparalleled events, picturesque park settings, award-winning recreational facilities, engaging programs and the preservation of open space for all citizens of Bullhead City. The benefits of leisure services are especially designed to meet the physical, mental, cultural, and social needs of our residents and visitors to our community, while enhancing the overall quality of life in Bullhead City.
|Compton, Donna||Parks and Recreation Office Assistant II||Parks and Recreation||(928) 763-9400 ext. 148|
|Heath, Dave||Parks and Recreation Superintendent||Parks and Recreation||(928) 763-9400 ext. 302|
|Scroggins, Donté||Aquatics Supervisor||Parks and Recreation||(928) 763-9400 ext. 306|
|Wolford, Marty||Recreation Supervisor-Sports||Parks and Recreation||(928) 763-9400 ext. 294|
|Young, Margaret||Recreation Supervisor-SCC, Special Events||Parks and Recreation||(928) 763-9400 ext. 303|
Our goal is to prioritize the health of Bullhead City residents by reducing opportunities to gather. Bullhead City amenities to help flatten the curve and contain the spread of COVID-19.
The following park amenities will be closed for 30 days:
- Splash pad
All trails, walking paths, and open spaces will be open from 4:30am to 11pm. physical distancing also applies to al City beaches. Park rangers will begin to warn anyone at a beach or other park location to not gather in groups of 50 or more. Remember social and physical distancing guidelines recommended by the CDC apply inside all Bullhead City parks. View a full list of Bullhead City Parks here.
Image Credit: National Recreation and Park Association