The history of Siloam Springs dates back to 1835. The town went from being a prominent Cherokee trading post to home of the Southwestern Collegiate Institute, later changed to John Brown University, fully accredited as a four-year college. Today, Siloam Springs is a growing, vibrant community, situated just minutes from all of Northwest Arkansas. Siloam Springs boasts a strong manufacturing community, including DaySpring, the World's largest Christian greeting card company.
Superb medical facilities, restaurants, shopping, and charming Twin Springs Park, with its fountains, foot bridges, gazebos and green space along scenic Sager Creek in Historic Downtown. Recreational activities include the Family Aquatic Center, numerous spacious parks with playground facilities, and for the golf enthusiast, Siloam Springs offers Thunderbird Golf Club at Dawn Hill (a semi-private course) and the Siloam Springs Country Club (a public course). For more information, visit www.siloamsprings.com, the web site for the City of Siloam Springs, or www.SiloamChamber.com, the web site for the Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce.