Recreation & Fun

  1. Big Spring State Park

    Dramatic views off of the 200-foot bluff and from the loop road are among the featured attractions of this 382-acre park. Early morning or sunset, joggers, walkers and cyclists circle the loop, enjoying these views as they exercise.

  2. Comanche Trail Municipal Golf Course

    The Comanche Trail Municipal Golf Course in an 18 hole course tucked against the hills on the south end of Big Spring.

  3. Comanche Trail Park

    Home of the spring that gave Big Spring its name, Comanche Trail Park is a 400 acre park that features a 6,900-seat limestone amphitheater, an 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, baseball fields, playgrounds, pavilions, and hike, bike and nature trails.

  4. Hangar 25 Air Museum

    The mission of Hangar 25 Air Museum is to promote education through the collection, preservation and exhibition of the history of the Big Spring Army Air Force Bombardier School and Webb Air Force Base while honoring all veterans, past and present.

  5. Heritage Museum

    The mission of the Heritage Museum is to collect and preserve items of cultural and historical significance to Big Spring and West Texas, and to use those items for the research and education of the area's citizens.

  6. Howard County Library

    Howard County Library exists to give the fullest service possible to the greatest number of citizens. To achieve this goal, the Director and staff will endeavor at all times to have a clear sense of purpose, a substantial knowledge of the collection and a great desire to be of service.

  7. Moss Creek Lake

    Moss Creek Lake was originally constructed in 1938 by the City of Big Spring with help from the Army Corp of Engineers as a surface water source.

  8. Roy Anderson Sports Complex

    The Roy Anderson Sports Complex provides a recreational sports facility to the citizens and includes baseball, softball, soccer and football fields.

  9. Russ McEwen Family Aquatic Center

    Get information about the Russ McEwen Family Aquatic Center.