Northwest Arkansas is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic regions in the United States. Home to the University of Arkansas’ flagship college campus and multiple Fortune 500 companies, cities throughout the region each offer something special and unique.
The area’s historic downtowns and vibrant entertainment districts boast culturally diverse food, art and live music. Eureka Springs offers winding streets of Victorian architecture with shops, month long art festivals and events, and galleries throughout, while Rogers hosts premiere outdoor events and live music at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion. Nearby Bentonville is home to world-class Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and also boasts fine dining at the museum’s hotel off the downtown square.
In Fayetteville you can “call the Hogs” at an Arkansas Razorbacks sporting event while touring local breweries, or catch a Broadway performance at the Walton Arts Center. Bella Vista, a summer resort town, offers golf, mountain biking and a prospering Farmer’s Market. As home to the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, a Minor League Baseball team, Springdale supports America’s favorite pastime at Arvest Ballpark, while also offering community dinners and free yoga classes in downtown.
Each of these cities are connected by the beautiful Razorback Greenway, a 36-mile trail system decades in the making. Connecting various downtowns, parks and playgrounds, historic sites, as well as offering various ways to enjoy the trails natural beauty such as hiking of any skill level, cycling, horseback riding or leisurely enjoying various stops along the way.