Welcome to Northwest Arkansas!
You just happened to have stumbled into one of the friendliest, most prosperous,
and most inviting spots on earth.
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Arkansas offers the perfect combination of small-town living and
big city convenience. We've grown big enough that we have an amazing variety
of businesses here to serve your every need, but we're still small enough
that we hold the door open for you, nod and smile even if you're a stranger,
and wave when you drive by, even if we've never seen you before. I live
in Bentonville, myself. But we've had people move here from literally all
over the globe, and yet we've managed to hold on to our small-town friendliness.
What do we have to offer in Northwest
- A good economy.
We have hundreds of potential employers,
from home-grown businesses to America's largest corporation, Wal-Mart (Hey!
THAT's a home-grown business too, founded in Bentonville!).
- Sports. The Arkansas
Razorbacks. Need I say more? Come down to Fayetteville and watch
them play! And come to Springdale and catch a game with our minor league
team, the NWA Naturals.
- Culture. The Walton
Arts Center in Fayettseville draws in many Broadway shows, concerts,
and solo performances by noted performers. And Dickson
Street in Fayetteville boasts some of the best Blues clubs anywhere.
Eureka Springs features a load of quality live entertainment, too.
- Inexpensive real
estate. $125,000 buys a new 1800 square foot home in many
areas. Inexpensive housing still can be found in our larger communities
including Rogers, Bentonville, Fayetteville, Springdale, West Fork,
Siloam Springs, Farmington, Pea Ridge, and Centerton.
- A natural place to live. You
are never more than a few minutes' drive away from rural
bliss. From downtown Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville,
Siloam Springs, or Lowell, just a few miles separate you from Beaver lake,
endless woods, the White River, Sugar Creek, or open fields. You pick your
- Great fishing,
hunting, boating, camping, golf,
and plenty of places to stay!
- Our friendly communities include Fayetteville,
Springdale, West Fork, Mountainburg, Winslow, West Fork, Rogers, Bentonville,
Prairie Grove, Eureka Springs, Tontitown, Pea Ridge, Centerton, Hiwasse,
Siloam Springs, Gentry, Decatur, Johnson, Bethel Heights, Lowell, Gravette,
Greenland, Sulphur Springs, Lincoln, Bella Vista, Garfield, Avoca, Cave
Springs, Elm Springs, Highfill, and Huntsville.
- Also check out some of the great Beaver Lake Vacation Rentals or the Bull Shoals Lake Vacation Homes in Northwestern Arkansas
- We have over 1500 links to
Northwest Arkansas websites!
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Divers exploring the sunken South Korean ferry Sewol have found three bodies, according to the South Korean coast guard.
The 31st annual SpringFest opens Saturday in Fayetteville.
Traffic News and Alerts for Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley
Crews were working to put out a controlled burn near Hickory Creek Friday that they said got out of hand.
A tourist attraction is returning to Eureka Springs, but it won’t open for Easter weekend.
The city of Fayetteville is launching the Fayetteville Alert System on Friday, April 18.
Benton County dispatch confirms fire crews are on the scene of a grass fire near Hickory Creek and Cow Face Road
Before you make your Easter plans Sunday check out Meteorologist Darby Bybee's Hour by Hour Easter forecast
A memorial and museum about the Oklahoma City bombing is in the midst of a $7 million upgrade ahead of the 20-year anniversary of the attack in hopes of better portraying to visitors how different the world was at the time
A northern Arkansas doctor accused of snapping photographs of a woman during a gynecological exam has been released from jail
Northwest Arkansas-A Treat for Nature Lovers
Northwest Arkansas offers a veritable treat for the senses. The sights,
scents and sounds of the area offer something for everyone, but especially
for those who enjoy the great outdoors.
Near Bentonville, visitors can enjoy the Wild Wilderness Drive-Thru
Safari, where a vast array of wildlife await, including zebras, monkeys,
giraffes, kangaroos, antelopes and numerous others. There are even several
baby animals which children are allowed to pet.
The Old Spanish Treasure Cave remains one of the biggest mysteries in
the Ozarks. This extensive cave is believed to be one of the most historical
caverns in the states. Step inside and learn about the numerous fascinating
legends of hidden treasures which are still believed to be hidden inside
as well as the mystery that has kept those treasures hidden.
War Eagle Cavern
offers its own taste of the underground beauty of Northwest Arkansas,
with an expansive array of
fossils, dams, waterfalls and formations.
As you progress through the cavern you may even have the opportunity
to meet a bat, as the cavern is home to one of the largest colonies of
bats in North America. Make sure you stop by the Trading Post for the
opportunity to shop for some rather unusual memorabilia and souvenirs.
Top off your visit to the cave with a snack at the Smoke Signal Café.
Hobbs State Park, located slightly east of Rogers, Arkansas, is one
of the largest state parks in Arkansas. Here you will be able to feast
your eyes upon acres and acres of wildflowers and wildlife as well as
steep hollows and long ridges. Make sure you plan plenty of time for
your visit because you will most certainly wish to learn about the unique
history of the park, the spirit of the original Ozark pioneers and explore
the unique geology of the park. Thanks
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