Northwest Arkansas Local Cities

Bella Vista

Bella Vista is a growing community with a population of approximately 27,000+ people, located in the far northwest corner of Northwest Arkansas, surrounded by extensive hardwood forests providing space and privacy to home owners. Originally developed as a planned recreational retirement community, residents recently voted to incorporate, and the Town is now under the direction of a Mayor/City Council form of government. Monthly assessment dues allow the POA to maintain and develop the common grounds, as well as all of the recreational amenities that are part of this community.

The population is a vibrant mix of retirees, as well as young families looking for a quality, affordable, active lifestyle. Bella Vista is home to seven golf courses, eight lakes, four recreation centers, a marina and yacht club, a gun range, and a miniature golf course. For more information, visit the Bella Vista Home Owner's Association web site.


Bentonville is home to the World's largest company Wal-Mart Inc and is the business center of Northwest Arkansas. It is a great place to live with approximately 35,000+ residents. It is also home to Northwest Arkansas Community College and the home of Crystal Bridges Museum. Bentonville is rich in history from it's historic square to Sam Walton's first store the Walton 5 & 10. Bentonville offers a variety of outdoor activities including its many parks, Lake Bentonville, and the Melvin Ford Aquatics Center. For more information, visit,, or , the website for the City of Bentonville.


Fayetteville is a perfect example of small-town America with big-city amenities. From Broadway shows to live entertainment, hiking trails, park recreation to community festivals and much more, are all part of what make this city a great place to live, work and play! Fayetteville is the southernmost city in the metropolitan Northwest Arkansas area and is home to the University of Arkansas and Razorbacks. Discover our abundant nightlife, strolling on the famed Dickson Street, take in an exciting show at the Walton Arts Center, enjoy our rich arts community, visit one of many restaurants and clubs throughout the City, where live entertainment can be found nightly. Discover more at

Call the Hogs from our beautiful facilities within the Univeristy of Arkansas campus. Nature lovers will love the natural surroundings, as Fayetteville is surrounded by the Ozark Mountains in a picturesque setting, and has abundant parks and trails. The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks opened in 2007, and offers a rich, visual treat to visitors. See a list of Fayetteville businesses at

The Fayetteville square offers up Fayetteville's rich history, dining opportunities, eclectic shopping opportunities, lodging accommodations, and an active Fayetteville Farmer's Market. Shoppers have a vast range of opportunities, from National retailers located within and surrounding the NW Arkansas Mall, to the many small specialty shops located throughout our City.


Rogers is a rapidly growing city which is home to great attractions like the Walmart AMP, Daisy AirGun Museum, the War Eagle Mill and the  Pinnacle Hills Promenade. Abundant restaurants, upscale shopping, beautiful upscale neighborhoods, and award-winning schools all make Rogers a great place to live. Rogers has a thriving historic district that includes the restored Rogers Little Theater, and hosts events such as the annual Frisco Festival, Goblin Parade, and annual Christmas parade. Rogers is home to the Arkansas World Trade Center, and has hosted the inaugural LPGA NW Arkansas Championship, introducing tour professionals to the beauty of NWA.

Low crime rate, beautiful scenery, fresh air, and lots of opportunities for outside activities at Beaver Lake, Hobbs State Park, Lake Atalanta, unified greenways and trails system, and abundant city parks, all of which make this a great city to live, work and play! For further information, visit the official website for the City of Rogers. You can also go to here for more information from the local chamber.

Siloam Springs

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, the web site for the City of Siloam Springs, or, the web site for the Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce.


Springdale is at the heart of Northwest Arkansas, located between Rogers and Fayetteville. Springdale is home to a wide variety of fun activities from the community festival Featherfest in Historic Downtown in June to its Jammin Outdoor Concert Series throughout the summer at the Jones Center for Families. Springdale has a population of approximately 69,000+ and is home to Tyson, the world leader in protein production.

Springdale is the home of The Northwest Arkansas Naturals, the Double-A Texas League affiliate of the Kansas City Royals, who began play at the state-of-the-art Arvest Ballpark in April, 2008 and continues today. Springdale is also home to the Jones Center for Families, the Arts Center of the Ozarks and the Shiloh Museum.  It is a great place for families and fun. For further information, visit, the official website for the City of Springdale. You can also go to for more information from the local chamber of commerce.