Nestled within the foothills of
the Ozark Mountains, Northwest Arkansas enjoys
the best of all worlds.
We enjoy four
beautiful seasons, friendly people,
award-winning schools, top-notch medical
facilities, and are "home" to the Razorbacks and
the University of Arkansas.
enthusiasts enjoy the hiking, caves, clean
rivers, and Beaver Lake.
opportunities abound in our quaint shops in our
historic downtown areas. Southwest Rogers
has become the shopping mecca of the region,
featuring the Pinnacle Promenade, Cabela's and
Northwest Arkansas Mall, located in
Fayetteville, also provides a vast array of
For the arts and cultural
enthusiast, the Walton Arts Center in
Fayetteville offers Broadway performances, along
with live music at the Arkansas Music Pavilion, and
many fine live-performance venues
located throughout the area.
Bridges Museum of American Art, founded by Alice
Walton, is open and free to the public.
Located in Bentonville, this world-class Museum houses a
permanent collection of signature works from
American artists along with galleries dedicated
to regional art and artists.
2008 saw the
inaugural year for the Double-A Northwest
Arkansas Naturals minor league baseball team,
who play at Arvest Stadium in Springdale.
The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in
Fayetteville, celebrates the Ozarks with nine
Northwest Arkansas is proud to
host several family-friendly events, including
the annual LPGA Tournament at Pinnacle Country
Club in Rogers; the Rodeo of the Ozarks each
July in Springdale; the annual FLW Wal-Mart
Fishing Tournament at Beaver Lake; Bikes Blues &
BBQ each Fall in Fayetteville and throughout
NWA; WAKARUSA, a large 3 day musical festival in
Ozark; and the annual crafts fair week-end
Whether you're a newcomer or a
visitor to NWA - we welcome you!