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HUNTSVILLE AT-A-GLANCE County / Madison Population / 2,381 Area / 3 sq. miles Founded / 1925

POPULAR ATTRACTIONS Bluegrass and Bar B Q Festival / pg. 42 Huntsville Farmers Market / pg. 73 Kings River / pg. 46 Movies on the Square / pg. 22 Ozark Natural Science Center / pg. 80 Western Roundup Days / pg. 71 Withrow Springs State Park / pg. 47


Huntsville City Hall 208 E War Eagle 479-738-6607 HuntsvilleArkansas.org

Polk Square

Crossroads of the Ozarks Withrow Springs


untsville and its surrounding areas have plenty to offer in the form of scenic drives, rivers to float and fish, nature areas for hiking and camping, and the cozy feel of small-town living. Huntsville has two scenic walking trails. Polk Square is the hub of downtown hosting the county fair and parade, Western Roundup Days, car shows and Movies on the Square. The Huntsville Farmers Market is a popular place for residents and visitors to mix and mingle. Huntsville’s Mitchusson Park features a new bike skills course, a disc golf course,

playground equipment including handicap swings, an amphitheater, picnic tables, a walking trail, ball fields, soccer fields and covered pavilions. The nearby Kings River, one of the few remaining pristine free-flowing rivers in the country, is a beautiful float any time of year. Explore the outdoors at War Eagle Creek, Sweden Creek Falls, Arkansas Natural Heritage areas and Withrow Springs State Park. Groups can enjoy the Ozark Natural Science Center, a field-science attraction with hands-on activities, guest lodging and miles of trails.

ROGERS AT-A-GLANCE County / Benton Population / 65,021 Area / 37.94 sq. miles Founded / 1881


Where Possible Lives


Arkansas Public Theatre / pg. 36 Beaver Lake / pg. 45 Daisy Airgun Museum / pg. 66 Hobbs State Park Conservation Area / pg. 47 Lake Atalanta / pg. 46 The Railyard Bike Park / pg. 49 Pinnacle Hills Promenade / pg. 82 Rogers Aquatic Center / pg. 60 Rogers Historical Museum / pg. 67 Scenic Hwy. 12 / pg. 56 Walmart AMP / pg. 34 War Eagle Cavern / pg. 55 War Eagle Mill & Bridge / pg. 68

Dining in Rogers


elcome to Rogers, where trendy shops and restaurants live alongside gorgeous natural


Visit Rogers 317 W. Walnut St. (800) 364-1240 VisitRogersArkansas.com


Downtown Rogers

scenery, well-worn trails and historic sites. This may be one of the fastestgrowing places in the nation, but the heart and soul of small-town America are alive and well. No wonder Money Magazine ranked Rogers the 14th best place to live in the U.S. for 2018. Once you’re here, discover museums, live music at the Walmart AMP, and specialty

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2019 Northwest Arkansas Visitors Guide  

2019 Northwest Arkansas Visitors Guide