Left to right: Blue Spring Heritage Center; Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
From themed gardens to native woodland plants and historic springs, Northwest Arkansas preserves and adds to the outdoor beauty of the Ozarks.
BLUE SPRING HERITAGE CENTER
the National Register of Historic Places, and experience the beauty of the natural gardens. Visit the grounds that nurtured the
Scenic U.S. 62 West, Eureka Springs
Cherokee people during the Trail of Tears.
View the documentary film and visit the
More than 38 million gallons of cold turquoise water pour into a trout-filled lagoon each day at Blue Spring Heritage Center, Eurekaâ€™s premier outdoor wedding venue. Explore the bluff shelter listed on
BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS 4703 N. Crossover Road Fayetteville bgozarks.org / 479-750-2620 Showcasing the beautiful plant life of the region, Botanical Garden of the Ozarks draws more than 80,000 visitors each year. BGO features 12 themed gardens and the state's only butterfly house. Consistently voted The Best Place to Get Married in the region by CitiScapes magazine, itâ€™s also a destination for corporate events and celebrations of all kinds, as well as a regional resource for educational programs.
COMPTON GARDENS AND CONFERENCE CENTER 312 N. Main St., Bentonville
peelcompton.org / 479-254-3870 This 8-acre native Ozark garden is a local favorite and regional destination. Once the home of noted environmentalist Dr. Neil Compton, it houses an exhibit room of events significant to his life and personal mission to save the Buffalo National River. The center is available to rent for events of all kinds. Left to right: photos courtesy Eureka Springs A&P; Cole Fennel