Fairfield Bay Animal Protection LeagueFairfield Bay Animal Protection League Contact: Leo Brandmeyer
P.O. Box 1460 Fairfield Bay AR 72088
Fairfield Bay Baptist ChurchFairfield Bay Baptist ChurchKen Reece Pastor
It is my privilege to introduce you to the wonderful Family of Fairfield Bay Baptist Church. It truly is a “Family”…a Family created and sustained by our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
• We all bear His Name.
• We are bound together by our individual experiences of salvation with Him.
• We gather together in love, enjoying one another’s company.
• We joyfully worship together giving Him the honor He so clearly deserves.
• Together, we study His Word and seek to walk accordingly.
• And we join our energies, gifts, and efforts together to serve Him.
The good thing about this Family is that we want others to join us. We would be pleased and honored if God were to lead you to become a part of the fellowship of Fairfield Bay Baptist Church. If you have worshiped with us and reside in the Fairfield Bay area, we hope you will pray, asking God if He is directing you to join your spirit with ours. If you haven’t worshiped with us and have yet to find a church home in the Bay, we give you an enthusiastic invitation to attend one of our worship services.
Though I’ve done my best to describe the Family of Fairfield Bay Baptist Church, the best way to experience it is “in person”! Come worship with us! We will be watching for you!
Sunday School Classes for all ages 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship Service: 10:45 a.m
Sunday Evening Services 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
P.O. Box 1029 Fairfield Bay Arkansas 72088
Fairfield Bay City GovFairfield Bay City GovFairfield Bay City Gov
Please contact our city offices by using the following information, or by completing our contact form on our website.
City of Fairfield Bay (physical)
130 Village Pl, Ste 2F
Fairfield Bay, Arkansas 72088
City of Fairfield Bay (mailing)
P.O. Box 1400
Fairfield Bay, Arkansas 72088
Telephone: Office 501-884-6500
130 Village Pl, Ste 2F Fairfield Bay AR 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay Community FundFairfield Bay Community Fund Contact: Linda Duncan
We are a non-profit, charitable organization that works with those who live, work, and vacation in Fairfield Bay.
Founded in 2016, the Fairfield Bay Community Fund works with those who live, work, and vacation in Fairfield Bay. As an affiliate of the Arkansas Community Foundation, our fund is dedicated to connecting people who care to projects that matter, ensuring the growth and improving the quality of life in Fairfield Bay now and for future generations.
P.O. Box 1555 Fairfield Bay AR 72088
Fairfield Bay Conference CenterFairfield Bay Conference CenterFairfield Bay Conference Center
We would like to take this time to say “welcome back” to the Conference Center at Fairfield Bay, Arkansas. Welcome back because so many of you remember Fairfield Bay fondly as the place of choice for meetings, family reunions, weddings and business conferences from 1978 to 2002. The Conference Center here in Fairfield Bay was proud to host Governors, Senators, even a former President. In the fall of 2002 the center was closed and stayed closed until it was donated by the owner to the city of Fairfield Bay in 2012.
In early 2012 the city received a grant to repair the Conference Center structure which was in dire need. The building set empty for over eleven years with the roof leaking and both the exterior and interior in bad disrepair. After receiving the grant, the work began and was completed by the end of October 2013. The funds received by the city from the grant were for the building only. The city of Fairfield Bay and Friends of the Bay gave of their time and money for all the needed interior furnishings and amenities, to date more than $100,000.00. We are proud to show you what we now have. State of the art sound and lighting in our main Conference Room and Performing Arts Theater. We have the latest in conference furnishings and technical equipment for class room, banquet, conference or business meetings. In addition we offer Fishing, Boating, Hiking, Biking Trails, Two Championship Golf Courses, a Tennis Center that has hosted NCAA Division One Playoff’s, four Swimming Pools, a full Marina, as well as a fully equipped Fitness Center with an Olympic Swimming Pool.
We are also home to The North Central Arkansas Art Gallery and The North Central Arkansas Foundation For Arts and Education.
If you have never experienced Fairfield Bay, we invite you to join us and find out what we know, “Someday Starts Today at Fairfield Bay”. Please enjoy our web site and just imagine what a wonderful and productive experience it will be to renew your mind and spirit here in Fairfield Bay.
Bob & Wilba Thompson
110 Lost Creek Parkway
Fairfield Bay, Arkansas 72088
We can accommodate up to 500 people and have facilities to serve virtually every need.
- Our Great Hall offers up to 4,800 square feet of flexible space that can be divided into 5 sections to meet your specific needs
- Our Executive Board Room features an oval conference table with seating for 10 in “executive” chairs
- Our 3600 square foot Performing Arts Center, with its 125 theater style seating is a great place for the performance arts as well as a lecture hall, awards ceremony, and many other uses
- Our Party Deck is a two-level multi-use deck with a woodland setting.
Lodging & Nightly Rentals
To make lodging reservations in Fairfield Bay, please call: 501-884-4202, and one of our representatives will be happy to assist you!
- VIP Two Bedroom Condo (2 night stay) $150.00 – $170.00 per night (2-6 ppl)
- VIP Two Bedroom Condo (1 night stay) $199.00 per night (2-6 ppl)
- Premier Two Bedroom Condo (2 night stay) $130.00 – $150.00 per night (2-4 ppl)
- Premier Two Bedroom Condo (1 night stay) $150.00 – $170.00 per night (2-4 ppl)
- The Villas Hotel at Fairfield Bay (1 or 2 nights) $ 95.00 per night (1-2 ppl)
- Suite Hotel Rooms (1 or 2 nights) $ 95.00 per night (1-2 ppl)
110 Lost Creek Parkway Fairfield Bay Arkanasas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay Knights of ColumbusFairfield Bay Knights of ColumbusFairfield Bay Knights of Columbus
Thanks to the efforts of Father Michael J. McGivney, assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven and some of his parishioners, the Connecticut state legislature on March 29, 1882, officially chartered the Knights of Columbus as a fraternal benefit society. The Order is still true to its founding principles of charity, unity and fraternity.
The Knights was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.
The history of the Order shows how the foresight of Father Michael J. McGivney, whose cause for sainthood is being investigated by the Vatican, brought about what has become the world’s foremost Catholic fraternal benefit society. The Order has helped families obtain economic security and stability through its life insurance, annuity and long-term care programs, and has contributed time and energy worldwide to service in communities.
The Knights of Columbus has grown from several members in one council to more than 14,000 councils and 1.8 million members throughout the United States, Canada, the Philippines, Mexico, Poland, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama, the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, Cuba, Guatemala, Guam and Saipan.
130 Rock Hill Rd Fairfield Bay Ar 72088
Fairfield Bay LibraryFairfield Bay Library Contact: Karen Tangen
The Fairfield Bay Library is a special place where there are friendly faces and warm hearts. The residents of Fairfield Bay are especially proud of the library, which offers a wide variety of books, movies, online e-books, audiobooks, magazines, and now even a coffee nook in our For Sale section! For more information call the Fairfield Bay Library at 501-884-4930. The library is located at 369 Dave Creek Parkway.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday – 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
- Wednesday, Friday – 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
- Saturday – 10:00 AM-12:30 PM
The Library also offers free Wi-Fi, used books for sale, fax and copying services, and there is an Arkansas Notary Public on site.
369 Dave Creek Parkway Fairfield Bay AR 72088
Fairfield Bay MarinaFairfield Bay MarinaFairfield Bay Marina Contact: John Conry
Fairfield Bay Marina is your complete outfitter for unlimited family fun and good times on Greer’s Ferry Lake!
- Full service Marina, rentals include boats (pontoons, fishing, and ski boats), Jet Ski’s, kayaks, sups, paddle boats and aqua bicycles.
- Lake tours.
- Shuttle to Sugar Loaf Mountain Island Hiking Trail. We have the only shuttle in the world to the only island trail in Arkansas!
- Camping, RV and tent sites.
- Rent annual and overnight boat slips.
- Seasonal Hickory Hill BBQ restaurant.
- Live Bait & Tackle
- Complete Ship to Shore store!
- Come see the Fish Feeding Frenzy!
No matter what kind of adventure you have in mind for Greer’s Ferry Lake, the Fairfield Bay Marina has exactly what you will need. Whether it is a pontoon boat, fishing boat or maybe something a little faster like a ski boat, the Fairfield Bay Marina has you covered. In addition, life jackets and ski equipment is available for rent for your next outing on Greer’s Ferry Lake.
- Boat Renters must be at least 18 years old.
- Customers born after January 1, 1986 must present a safe boating certificate at time of rental.
- Boating Certification can be obtained through the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission.
- Reservations on ALL rentals taken up to 14 days in advance.
- Reservations will be canceled 15 minutes after scheduled departure time.
- All rates are plus gas and tax.
- A major credit card is required for all rental deposits.
- Membership cardholders must be present in order to receive Member prices.
- You may bring your own snacks and beverages aboard any of our rental boats. However, if the boat renter requires us to clean up after you, there will be a minimum charge of $15.00 and up depending on the severity and clean up time required.
- Grills are NOT allowed on any rental boat.
- All necessary life preservers are included in boat rental.
For more information: 501-884-6030 for all rental prices CLICK HERE
Kayaks, Stand Up Paddleboards (SUP) & Paddle Boats
The Fairfield Bay Marina is excited to announce that we are now offering more ways to enjoy this beautiful lake we are so fortunate to call home! We rent kayaks, stand up paddleboards and paddle boats. We love cruising through the water on the pontoons, pulling a skier behind the fast motor boats, and quietly finding the perfect location to catch a bite in the fishing boats, but now you can also explore the gorgeous lake from a whole new view!
Our starting inventory includes two 9.5’ single sit-on-top recreational kayaks, two 13.5’ tandem sit-on-top recreational kayaks which seats 2 adults and one child, two 11.5’ paddleboards perfect for the beginner, two 2-seat paddleboats, and two 4-seat paddleboats. These activities can be rented by the half hour, hour, half day (4 hours) or full day (8 hours). Bring yourself, the kids and grandkids to the Fairfield Bay Marina for a new adventure today!
Ship to Shore Store
Before heading out on Greer’s Ferry Lake, be sure to stop by our complete Ship to Shore Store located inside the Fairfield Bay Marina to find the latest in sunglasses and summer time clothing. The Fairfield Bay Marina carries a wide variety of summertime items including t-shirts, sunglasses, suntan lotions, hats, fishing tackle, ski ropes and all equipment, water toys, and a full stock of lubricants and fuel for your boat. One stop in the Ship to Shore Store and you will see why we are one of the most popular Marina’s on Greer’s Ferry Lake.
8:00 am – 8:30 pm
4350 Highway 330 South Fairfield Bay Arkanasas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay NutritionFairfield Bay Nutrition
105 Village Place, Suite E Fairfield Bay AR 72088
Fairfield Bay PharmacyFairfield Bay PharmacyFairfield Bay Pharmacy
Fairfield Bay Pharmacy is a locally owned and operated independent pharmacy since 1997.
Hours: Weekly 9am-5:30 Saturday 9am-1
Dr. Jenny Boone Treece (pictured above) is a graduate of Clinton High School and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy.
Meagin Warren has joined our pharmacist team and is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina.
367 Dave Creek Pkwy Fairfield Bay Arkanasas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay Recreation DepartmentFairfield Bay Recreation Department Contact: Cassie Lopez
The recreation opportunities are bountiful. Fairfield Bay offers amenities like no other in the beautiful setting of the Ozark Mountains. Come to the Recreation Cabana located at the Woodland Mead Park to gather information on activities or to rent or play games and videos.
Here are just some of the many things Fairfield Bay has to offer you:
- 3 Outdoor Swimming Pools
- Concessions, Food & Beverages
- Miniature Golf & Disc Golf
- Basketball & Volleyball
- Hiking Trails
- Picnic Areas
- Parks & Playgrounds
- Puzzles & Games
- Bus Tours
Cassie Lopez Takes Charge at Recreation
Cassie Lopez, the former Fitness Coordinator at the Hart Center, has taken the position of Recreation Manager for the Community Club.
Cassie comes to the Club with a background in exercise science and has always been involved with sports and recreation activities.
“I am very interested in creating more activities for kids during the spring and summer months. We are working on making more use out of the Lion’s Amphitheater in the park. I’m also working on putting together a men’s and women’s tennis league and get more use out of the great tennis courts that we have. I would also like to have a kid’s tennis camp in the summer for the area school kid.
We are currently working on creating more activity at the bowling alley with black lighting and glow bowls a couple nights a week to attract more people around the area.
The miniature golf is doing great and we may just add a glow ball event and tournaments.
I want recreation to be more viable for not only the visitors but for the people in the community. We’ll create some monthly activities throughout the year, said Cassie.”
“I would also like to see Fairfield Bay be considered a fun destination and see people from other parts of the region come and enjoy the activities that we have to offer.
I’m excited about this position and look forward to working with the staff and the community.
157 Chelsea Dr Fairfield Bay Arkansas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay Recycling CenterFairfield Bay Recycling Center Contact: Recycle Center
Fairfield Bay’s Hippe Recycle and Education Center is open six days a week and manned by resident volunteers. Since 2007, local residents have recycled 2.7 million pounds of materials despite no curbside pick-up. And in 2013, with just a little grant money and a lot of volunteer effort, the city added an educational gazebo to its recycling center.
The Arkansas Recycling Coalition (ARC) held its annual awards presentation at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks Convention Center, Eureka Springs, AR, on September 30. The presentation took place during the Arkansas Recycling Coalition’s 24th Annual Conference & Trade Show. Each year this educational event attracts approximately 300 reduce, reuse, recycle, and sustainability professionals from around the state and nation.
The Fairfield Bay HIPPE Recycling Center, located in Fairfield Bay, was the recipient of ARC’s 2014 Recycling Education Program of the Year award. The Recycling Education Program of the Year award honors an agency that has made a significant contribution to the advancement of waste reduction, recycling, and sustainability in their community.
150 Garden Ln Fairfield Bay Arkansas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay Resort and CommunityFairfield Bay Resort and CommunityFairfield Bay Community Club
Fairfield Bay Community Club, Inc.
Owner Services Department
P.O. Box 1370
Fairfield Bay AR 72088
Fairfield Bay Community Club, Inc.
Owner Services Department Payment Center
P.O. Box 1010 Fairfield Bay, Ar 72088
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Indian Hills Country Club 1-501-884-6001
Indian Hills Pro Shop 1-501-884-3852
Bay View Club 1-501-884-6009
Recreation Department 1-501-884-6008
Tennis Center 1-501-884-6008
Utilities and Maintenance 1-501-884-6020
After Hours Wastewater Emergency Number 1-501-884-6005
can be of any assistance to you, please do not hesitate to let us know! You can call our offices Toll-Free at 1-800-285-9885, or locally 1-501-884-6010.
Welcome to the Fairfield Bay Community Club Owner Services Department. If you have questions regarding your membership, property, or fees, our owner services department would be more than happy to assist you.
Amenities & Departments
The Fairfield Bay Community Club is pleased to offer a wide variety of Recreational Opportunities to our members, please take a few minutes to browse through some of our amenities and visit their websites for additional information:
Fairfield Bay Tennis Center
In 2007, the Community Club began a 5 year program to reconstruct the Tennis Courts at the Fairfield Bay Tennis Center using state of the art materials and methods. This project along with replacement and improvements to lighting and landscaping will return the Fairfield Bay Tennis Center to the prominence it once held as the finest center for Tennis in the region.
The Community Club has rebuilt the main pool at the Bay View Club with a fantastic children’s pool feature. Other major repairs and improvements have been made to the swimming pools at Mountain Ranch and Hamilton Cove. The Championship Miniature Golf Course has been a terrific addition.
We are working to develop a better network of hiking and biking trails in order to utilize one of the major resources, which is the natural beauty of the area.
Indian Hills Golf Course
In order to continue to offer world class golfing to our members, ongoing course maintenance remains a priority. Our future goals include the continuation of the resurfacing of all cart paths, and a plan is being developed to rebuild the greens and tee-boxes on a number of holes over the next few years.
In addition, we are again looking at the requirements to build a practice range with a practice green and bunker to supplement the current “hitting cages”. Ongoing maintenance of our golf course requires a significant and continued reinvestment in equipment.
Indian Hills Country Club
In 2009, there was a renovation and expansion of the kitchen area, adding more room for storage of equipment and tables and chairs. In addition, the Fairfield Room will also be remodeled and some structural changes made to the roof of the Country Club.
Fairfield Bay Marina
The Marina on Greers Ferry Lake has undergone a major renovation. Most boat slips have been replaced to conform with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requirements for proper flotation. The photo at right shows the construction in process, which has now been completed. Other changes will include removing some of the smaller uncovered, less desirable slips.
Public Works Department
We hope to continue to improve on our road maintenance program in the Bay. Over $300,000 is planned for replacement of vehicles and heavy equipment over the next few years. An example of this is the replacement of the road grader at a cost of $180,000.
Bay View Club & Cool Pool
The former Racquet Club has had extensive improvements in order to keep the facility operational.
337 Snead Drive P.O. Box 1370 Fairfield Bay Arkanasas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay RotaryFairfield Bay Rotary Contact: Jerry Lautigar
Rotary meets at the Little Red Restaurant every Wednesday at 11:30.
Fairfield Bay RV Campgrounds and MarinaFairfield Bay RV Campgrounds and MarinaFairfield Bay RV Campgrounds and Marina
At the Fairfield Bay RV Campgrounds and Marina you can relax at at your campsite, enjoy a swim at our beach, launch your own boat to fish for record walleye, bass, hybrids, crappie, and catfish, water ski, scuba dive, jet ski, or enjoy a scenic dinner cruise around beautiful Sugarloaf Mountain. All types of pontoons, fishing boats, ski boas, tubes, etc. are available for rent from the marina. If water sports aren’t your cup of tea drive into town for Championship Golf at one of our two 18 hole Mountain Golf Courses (Indian Hills and Mountain Ranch), play miniature golf, enjoy an outdoor movie at the Bay View Club or the Lions Amphitheater, visit historic Indian Rock Cave and Museum, go bowling at Keglar Lanes, or enjoy shopping at the Village Mall. Some folks like to just do nothing and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
Hungry, enjoy all you can eat pancake breakfasts with the Lions Club Tuesday and Saturday mornings at the Lions Den, visit one of our numerous restaurants, or shop at one of our grocery stores.
Our Campgrounds feature 33 sites with 30 and 50 amp service, water, a dump station, fire rings, free firewood, 70 foot long parking areas with picnic tables, a pavilion, and fantastic views of the lake. 16 additional sites with electricity only and limited primitive tent camping sites are available. A bath house is also available for campers.
Day use passes are $3.00 per car ( picnicking, swimming, fishing)
Day Boat Launch Pass $ 3.00/ Annual Pass $ 30.00
Camping $ 17.00 for water,electric, $15.00 for electric only, $12.00 primitive sites.
Pavilion rental 1/2 day $ 20.00 Full Day $40.00.
For reservations call 501-884-6604, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4350 Highway 330 S Fairfield Bay Arkanasas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay Senior CenterFairfield Bay Senior Center Contact: Debbie Bakk
The Fairfield Bay Senior Center WELCOMES you to join us, not only for lunch, but for many activities, friendly conversation, a cup of coffee, computer use and much more. Seniors and visitors (all ages) are welcome to attend lunch Tuesday through Friday. A menu schedule is available and changes each month. We have a clean, well kept Center and we invite everyone to come and visit us. Besides lunch, we offer lots of activities, please check that Calendar also. Our building is large enough to accommodate 200 people. It can be rented on an hourly basis or by the day or evening. You may contact Nacy McGowen (501-884-7800) for availability.
385 Dave Creek Pkwy Fairfield Bay AR 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay United Methodist ChurchFairfield Bay United Methodist Church Contact: Rev. Paul Strang
765 Dave Creek Pkwy 765 Dave Creek Pkwy Fairfield Bay AR 72088
Fairfield Bay Utilities/Maintenance/GarbageFairfield Bay Utilities/Maintenance/Garbage Contact: Liz Beach
151 Little Rock Dr Fairfield Bay Arkansas 72088 United States
Fairfield Bay Yacht ClubFairfield Bay Yacht Club Contact: Gregory Alexander
Fairfield Bay Yacht Club (FBYC) History
Tuesday, November 8th was an important date back in 1988. First off it was the National Elections; but most importantly the formation of the Fairfield Bay Yacht Club, Inc. On Tuesday, October 4, 1988 (1-4 pm) in the Blue Room of the Country Club, (now known as the Resort Offices of the Indian Hills Complex.) Dick Owen called the organizational meeting to order. He gave a short history of the thinking and planning of the FBYC. The proposed general purpose of the club would be to encourage and promote greater use of our boats, the marina facilities, and Greers Ferry Lake.
It was decided that an Ad Hoc Committee would be appointed and the group would be in charge of the formation of our by-laws. To help with the by-laws the Reefpoint Yacht Club of Racine, Wisconsin sent a copy of theirs to help format our own. (To see all the by-laws, see the page “Articles of Incorporation.”) Tom Noll was nominated as temporary Commodore and he appointed the first necessary positions; Fred Cruise as Vice Commodore, Charles Heaton as Events Chairman (known as the Fleet Captain now), and Dwight Landon as Secretary. Dick Owen and Max Nigh were members at large. After the 4th meeting on Tuesday, November 8th, Dick Owen was nominated for Commodore. The Club received 32 paid memberships that evening. The first board meeting was held on November 28, 1998. Treasurer Hatfield reported a total of $320.00 collected. Dues were discussed and the cost was $10.00 per person, per year. The dues covered the following: Newsletter, Membership cards, Officer Ensigns, Postage, Trophies, and Letter Heads. It was suggested to have two meetings. One in November to be a party with the election and installation of officers, and the other in March to explain the activities for the year. The fiscal year would be from November 15th to November 15th of the following year. At the time, all memberships were limited to those who were boat owners or part-owners.
The first year had the following events: spring dinner, Blessing of Boats at the dock of Sugarloaf Mtn. Island, cookouts, poker run, starlight cruise, sunset cruise, cruise and dance on the old floating barge, sunrise breakfast, luncheon, scavenger hunt, a cruise to the Dam Site, fish fry, color cruise, and the commodore’s ball.
We have events from March to December and some months we have 2 events per month.
P.O. Box 1566 Fairfield Bay AR 72088
Fairfield Lanes Bowling AlleyFairfield Lanes Bowling Alley Contact: Ann
115 Village Lane
Fairfield Bay, AR 72088
Phone: (501) 884-5300
- Monday – Thursday 3 pm – 9 pm
- Friday & Saturday 3 pm – 10 pm
- Sunday Noon – 7 pm
115 Village Lane Fairfield Bay AR 72088