I’ve lived in Northwest Arkansas (NWA) for over 25 years. My passion for the beauty and amenities of this area continues to grow. I invite you to explore the abundant treasures in NWA. Explore, enjoy and maybe you’ll fall in love with NWA too.
NWA is consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the country. We have good schools, an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities, high quality of life, family friendly values, job growth, vibrant regional initiatives like the new Razorback Regional Greenway and educational and cultural resources like the Amazeum and Crystal Bridges Museum.
Here are just a few of my favorite places in Northwest Arkansas:
- Fayetteville Public Library was the first LEED rated building in Arkansas. Come enjoy this beautiful and innovative library.
- Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has quickly become a regional star for its powerful blend of modern art, unique design and natural beauty. General admission is free.
- The Razorback Regional Greenway is a new 36 mile trail system that connects 6 downtown cities in the NWA metro area. You can now bike from Bentonville to Fayetteville on a safe, scenic and fun trail with lots of opportunities for food and drink along the way.
- The Scott Family Amazeum recently opened to rave reviews. Your kids will love all the interactive displays and exhibits. Come play, explore and be amazed!
- The Walton Arts Center is another regional treasure with performance art to thrill and entertain from Broadway shows to modern dance, children’s programs, jazz, comedy and much more.
- Devil’s Den State Park is another beautiful recreational area with hiking, camping, caves and creeks to explore.
- The Buffalo River; America’s First National River. Enjoy its scenic views, clear water and ample hiking and camping.