Another year, another successful Winterfest at the Cherry Valley Grange. Our last big event of the year was held December 1 & 2, with an extra day of JUST ice skating December 3, 2017. We’d like to thank the Pass Posse, Beaumont High School Cheer and AVID, the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District, Mr. Fago, Beaumont Youth Baseball, Santa and Mrs. Claus, and everyone who had a hand in putting the FEST in Winterfest! We'd also like to extend a big thanks to our supportive Board of Directors, who make all of our events possible. Can’t wait to do it again next year!
We Thank You!
Enjoy some of our favorite shots from the first night of Winterfest 2017.
PUMPKIN CARVE 2017 HIGHLIGHTS
1st Place in Spooky Spectacular Tournament
Congrats to this year's Spooky Spectacular Adult Softball Tournament winners, "Hot & Nasty." Way to go, team. Hope to see you at another fun tournament soon!
The City of Beaumont is embarking on an exciting multi-year process to update the City’s General Plan. Check it out at www.elevatebeaumont.com
Hooked on our Fishing Derby
Head to our FISHING DERBY page to see highlights from our annual Fishing Derby, held April 29-30, 2017. Hope to see you next year!
Arbor Day Planting
Visit our ARBOR DAY page to see highlights from our Annual Arbor Day Celebration held April 28, 2017.
RV Park Reservations Please call (951) 845-9555 to reserve a camping spot at Noble Creek Park.
Park/Building Closures -The Dog Park at Noble Creek Park will be closed every Wednesday until noon for scheduled maintenance.
Getting your banner up at Noble Creek Park is easy! Talk to our Advertising Sales Representative Mike Aldrich for information about how to get your banner placed on one of the fences. We have hundreds of visitors to Noble Creek Park daily, and during this busy time of recreational youth baseball going on, it's a great time to have your name out there! Click on the button below for details.
The mission of Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District is to enrich and fulfill the lives of community members by providing parks, park facilities and recreational programs of outstanding quality. The District endeavors to meet the needs of its growing community by acquiring, constructing, improving, maintaining and operating recreation centers throughout the community.
Our Board of Directors
From left, Director Bruce Bartells, Treasurer Chris Diercks, Director Denise Ward, Vice-Chair/Secretary Dan Hughes, and Chairman John Flores.