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2 WELCOME | 800-766-4626 | WELCOME 3 4 SUSTAINABILITY WHY FAYETTEVILLE? WHY FAYETTEVILLE? |800-766-4626 that’s onereason theareacontinuestobe 500 companiescan befoundhere,and and J.B.Hunt.Morethan300Fortune five employers–,Tyson Foods headquarters ofthreethestate’s top Northwest Arkansasishometothe the cityhasactivitiesforallages. Street totheRazorbackathleticevents, restaurants andentertainmentonDickson wide rangeofexcitingattractions.From Arkansas isknownfor,whilealsohavinga Fayetteville offersthesmall-townfeelthat “Best SmallPlacestoLive”byForbes, according toParadeandvotedNo.5in One of“America’sMostBeautifulTowns” education andentertainment. important hotspotforbusiness, and hasearneditsreputationasan is theepicenterofNorthwestArkansas Mountains, thehistoriccityofFayetteville Surrounded bythescenicOzark KEEPING ITGREEN LAKE FAYETTEVILLE RelocateAmerica. among theTop100PlacestoLive by six yearsrunningandhasbeenlisted Volunteer CommunityoftheYear for rewarded asFayettevillehasbeen named The effortsofthecityhavebeen Efficiency withtheUniversityofArkansas. million PerformanceContractforEnergy Clean EnergyPlancampaignanda$50 buildings tomeetLEEDstandards,a Notable projectsincluderenovationsof for makingtheenvironmentapriority. in sustainabilityeffortsandisknown Fayetteville isalsoaregionalleader since 2000. which hasgrownbymorethanathird current estimatedpopulationof80,621, a thrivingbusinessclimateforthetown’s This economiclandscapehasresultedin a destinationforinternationalbusinesses. — Forbes,2015 the nationalaverage Fayetteville’s costoflivingis8.5% below - Money,2015 Top 25BestCitiestoRetire - U.S.NewsandWorldReport,2015 (175th nationally) #1 amongBestHighSchoolsintheState. Fayetteville’s HaasHallAcademyranked - Forbes,2015 Careers intheU.S. #23 inBestPlacesforBusinessand - Parade award 2012 (50,001-100,000 pop.division) “America’s MostBeautifulCities” - BloombergBusinessweek #5 BestSmallCitiesforStartups - #9 Top10CollegeTowns2013 - Men’sJournal,2015 to LiveinAmerica Ranked amongthe50BestPlaces WHITE RIVER GETTING NATIONAL NOTICE | -, 2015 Top 5MotorcycleRalliesinAmerica Bikes BluesandBBQ#3amongthe -,2015 Worth TravelingFor Ranked amongtheBestFoodTours - Forbes,2015 in America #63 among101BestFarmers’Markets - TheHuffingtonPost,2015 Towns inAmerica Ranked amongthe12CutestSmall - Forbes,2015 Ranked #14inthenationforjobgrowth - RelocateAmerica United States2011 Top 100PlacestoLiveinthe - USAToday in America2011 Ranked OneoftheTopLibraries - MilkenInstitute #23 BestPerformingCity2011





Fayetteville offers a variety of meeting BAUM WALKER HALL WHY FAYETTEVILLE? spaces to suit your needs – whether it’s 495 W. Dickson, 479-443-9216 ext. 260

for 10 people or 700. The city has more MEETINGS & EVENTS VISITORS CENTER MURAL than 40,000 square feet of meeting 1,201 seat auditorium. space, more than 300 restaurants and 2,000-plus rooms among 27 hotels. BORDINOS 310 W. Dickson, 479-527-6865 LIFE IN OUR FAIR CITY Located in the heart of downtown, the Fayetteville Town Center hosts Private space for 12-75 people. POPULATION (2014 CENSUS) COST OF LIVING numerous events each year. Our meeting Fayetteville ...... 80,621 Based on a national average of 100, space adjusts to accommodate large or BOTANICAL GARDEN OF County ...... 220,792 Fayetteville enjoys an 86, thus ranking small gatherings, while our skilled event

FAST FACTS THE OZARKS Northwest Arkansas MSA ...... 501,653 the region as the 6th Least Expensive management team ensures seamless setup 4703 N. Crossover, 479-750-2620 (Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville) Urban Area in the country. The data was and presentation. Our team will be with you Arkansas ...... 2,966,369 calculated using cost-of-living indexes from the planning phase through the day of Inside seating for up to 90 people and from The Council for Community and your event. outside space for up to 250 people. LOCATION Economic Research (2012). Fayetteville is located in Northwest The Town Center is within walking distance BRADBERRY AMPHITHEATER/ Arkansas, only 35 miles from Missouri HOUSING of restaurants, nightlife and Fayetteville’s ROSEN MEMORIAL ROSE GARDEN and 30 miles from . Business Insider ranked Fayetteville as largest hotel. Business guests will appreciate 495 W. Dickson, 479-443-9216 one of the 10 cheapest cities in America the proximity to after-hours attractions TAXES in 2013. The average home price for a and the covered parking which adjoins the 2,000 sq. ft. Seats 150 people. Personal property and real estate taxes 2,400 sq. ft., 4 bedroom and 2/+ bath facility. Other great venues include: are approximately 1%. Sales tax is 9.75%. home is $241,400 and the median rental CHANCELLOR HOTEL cost is $551. For rental and housing ARKANSAS AIR & 70 N. East, 479-442-5555 CLIMATE information, contact the Fayetteville MILITARY MUSEUM On average, Fayetteville enjoys 218 days Housing Authority at 479-521-3850. 4290 S. School, 479-521-4947 14,000 sq. ft. of sunshine per year. 15,000 sq. ft. airplane hangar available. Winter: 50�/23�, Spring: 76�/37� CLINTON HOUSE MUSEUM Summer: 89�/63�, Fall: 81�/37� 930 W. Clinton, 479-444-0066 Rainfall: 44 inches, Snowfall: 10 inches 435 N. Garland, 479-575-2146 Elevation: 1,400 feet 300 sq. ft. Seating for up to 40 people.



COMFORT INN & SUITES GEORGE’S MAJESTIC LOUNGE 1234 Steamboat, 479-571-5177 519 W. Dickson, 479-527-6618 625 sq. ft. Room can hold 50-100.

WHY FAYETTEVILLE? Full concert capacity is 700. COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 600 E. Van Asche, 479-571-4900 HAMPTON INN MOUNT SEQUOYAH 915 Krupa, 479-587-8300 THE DONALD W. REYNOLDS 900 sq. ft. CENTER FOR ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT HEADQUARTERS HOUSE Campus 118 E. Dickson, 479-521-2970 479-575-3163, Auditorium holds 300 people. Space for up to 30 people. Other rooms 10-100 people.

HILTON GARDEN INN & THE EVENT PLACE CONFERENCE CENTER 6279 W. Wedington, 479-442-5828 1325 N. Palak Drive, 888-370-0984 6,000 sq. ft. Seats up to 300. 8,500 sq. ft. conference center. MOUNT SEQUOYAH OVERLOOK Up to 300 people.

MEETINGS & EVENTS FAYETTEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 401 W. Mountain, 479-856-7000 HOG HAUS BREWING COMPANY 430 W. Dickson, 479-521-2739 TRANQUILITY ABOVE THE CITY Seats 200. Private “Tap Room” space for 40-55 Mount Sequoyah Retreat and Mount Sequoyah is the highest point in FAYETTEVILLE TOWN CENTER people. Entire upstairs seats 100-200 Conference Center is a beautiful, Fayetteville, and a cross on the west side 15 W. Mountain, 479-587-9944 people. peaceful place for individuals and families, of the mountain offers a premier view faith and non-profit groups, business of the city. If you are looking for a place 13,570 sq. ft., Seats up to 700 people. HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS conferences and everything in between to gather, but also unwind and surround 1251 N. Shiloh, 479-444-6006 to meet, relax and bask in the scenic yourself in nature, then look no further THE GARDEN ROOM splendor of the Ozarks. The 32-acre than Mount Sequoyah. 215 W. Dickson, 479-966-7132 375 sq. ft. campus features numerous lodging facilities and meeting locations and is For more information, visit 3,000 sq. ft. Seats up to 250 people. convenient to the heart of Fayetteville.


HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON PRATT PLACE INN & BARN 1305 N. Palak, 479-442-3000 2231 W. Markham, 479-966-4441 756 sq. ft. 800 sq. ft.

INN AT CARNALL HALL STAYBRIDGE SUITES 465 N. Arkansas, 479-582-0400 1577 W. 15th, 479-695-2400 Veranda - seats 40-60. Courtyard - seats 1,050 sq. ft. 200-300. Old Main lawn - unlimited. UARK BOWL EVENT VENUE MCBRIDE STUDIO 644 W. Dickson, 479-301-2030 495 W. Dickson, 479-443-9216 ext. 260 4,000 sq. ft. 1,520 sq. ft. U OF A ALUMNI HOUSE


150 W. Skyline, 479-443-4531 2,362 sq. ft. BLAIR LIBRARY 10 classrooms seat 50-75 people each. U OF A GLOBAL CAMPUS Auditorium up to 400 people. 2 E. Center, 800-952-1165 Many other rooms available. BLAIR LIBRARY Seats up to 350 people. NADINE BAUM STUDIOS 505 W. Spring, 479-443-9216 ext. 260 WALTON ARTS CENTER LOBBY SPACE LEARNING FOR A LIFETIME 3,996 sq. ft. Holds up to 300 people. 495 W. Dickson, 479-443-9216 ext. 260 The Blair Library in Fayetteville was 2014, 534,514 people visited the library, NOODLES ITALIAN KITCHEN 1,600 sq. ft., Seats 40 people. recognized nationally in 2005 as Library more than 72,000 attended programs and 3748 N. Mall, 479-443-7100 Journal’s Library of the Year, making it the 1.2 million items were checked out. WILLARD J. WALKER HALL first library in Arkansas to win the award. Offering innovative children’s literacy Private room holds 16 people, covered 191 N Harmon, 479-575-3163 According to Bibliotheca, the library has programming, the library has weekly patio outside holds 100 people. the busiest self-service checkout kiosk story times, book clubs and after-school MEETINGS & EVENTS Auditorium for up to 300 people. in North America, cementing it as a workshops. For teens and adults, the THE NORTH FORTY Other rooms for 28-100 people. convenient and comfortable environment library offers book clubs, online tutoring 40 N. Crossover, 479-521-3739 for reading, researching, meeting and homework help, as well as other year- 324 BALLROOM or relaxing. In 2014, more than half a round programs. A large genealogical Foyer seating for 10-38. Lawn and patio 324 W. Dickson, 479-527-6865 million items were checked out on these collection and reference materials are seating for 200 people. Space for 100 people. customer-friendly kiosks. also available.

OZARKS ELECTRIC The library also boasts reading rooms The library was the first building in COMMUNITY ROOM with comfortable furnishings, as well as Arkansas to register with the U.S. 3641 Wedington, 479-684-4612 Arsaga’s Espresso Café, which serves Green Building Council and is an specialty coffees and baked goods. The environmentally responsible “green” Space for 100 people. 88,000-square-foot facility is home to an building. For more information on extensive collection of books, periodicals Fayetteville’s Blair Library, call and media numbering nearly 300,000. In 479-856-7000 or visit

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UNION ARMY IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS HISTORY HEADQUARTERS HOUSE SMOKY ROW 118 E. Dickson St. A section of Center St., it was once ATTRACTIONS Built in 1853 by Judge Jonas Tebbetts, known as Smoky Row because of the this building served as a command post people who would build fires in vacant for both Union and Confederate armies lots, filling adjacent hotels and boarding during the Civil War. Today, it houses houses with smoke.

HEADQUARTERS HOUSE a museum and the Washington County Historical Society. THE WALKER-STONE HOUSE 207 W. Center St. NATIONAL CEMETERY Built in the late 1840s, it is a well- 700 S. Government Ave. preserved example of the Georgian and FIND OUR PASTIMES The National Cemetery, established in Federal styles of brick houses often found

ATTRACTIONS 1867, is one of the original 14 authorized in the eastern . This was the From its beginning as a home to the The Union came away victorious in this by President Lincoln. home of noted architect Edward Durell Osage tribe to becoming the Washington battle, one of the last engagements of the Stone’s grandfather. County seat, Fayetteville has a fascinating Civil War in Arkansas. At the southeast OLD MAIN history to discover. Originally called corner of College Ave. and Dickson St., a 416 Campus Drive THE OLD WASHINGTON COUNTY Washington, the postmaster general historical marker designates the Battle of The University of Arkansas’ most COURTHOUSE ordered the city to be renamed because Fayetteville in the Civil War. well-known and beloved building was 4 South College Ave. a town with that name already existed in completed in 1875. The fifth Washington County the state. Fayetteville was chosen because BUTTERFIELD OVERLAND MAIL Courthouse, still standing, was designed two of the commissioners were from ROUTE FAYETTEVILLE THE OLD POST OFFICE by Charles Thompson. It was built in 1904 Fayetteville, Tenn. Learn more about our Fayetteville was a major stop on the Located in the center of the Downtown out of native stone that was hand-cut and city’s past when you visit. Here are some grueling 2,800-mile stagecoach journey Square, it was built in 1909 and is offset hauled to the site by ox-drawn wagons highlights to get you started: that made daily runs from St. Louis to by Square Gardens. from West Fork, 15 miles south. San Francisco. Today, the heritage trail system includes Civil War history, a scenic RIDGE HOUSE WASHINGTON COUNTY JAIL In front of the old Washington County train ride through the Ozarks and 230 W. Center St. South of the courthouse on College Ave., Courthouse, a plaque honors Archibald much more. Fayetteville’s oldest standing home has this 1897 building, with its three-foot- Yell, Fayetteville’s first senator and the been modified over the years, but the thick cut-stone walls, boasts semicircular second governor of Arkansas. CLINTON HOUSE MUSEUM original log home at its center is still intact arched openings of the Romanesque (See page 16) and visible. It was the home of Sarah architectural style. It was the site of the ARKANSAS COLLEGE Northup Ridge, wife of Cherokee leader, last official hanging in Arkansas in 1913. Founded by Robert Graham in 1850, the FAYETTEVILLE FEMALE SEMINARY John Ridge. college was the first to award collegiate Sophia Sawyer, a missionary to the WASHINGTON-WILLOW degrees in the state before burning to the Cherokee Nation, moved to Fayetteville RIEFF HOUSE HISTORIC DISTRICT ground during the Civil War. and established the seminary in 1839 206 W. Center St. Roughly bounded by College and Walnut with 14 Cherokee girls as students. At Now Moore’s Funeral Home, the home Aves., Rebecca and Spring streets. BATTLE OF FAYETTEVILLE its peak, the school had 200 students. was built in 1857 by Henry Rieff. It was On the National Register of Historic On April 18, 1863, Confederate forces A historical marker on Mountain Street saved during the Civil War by neighbors Places, this 37+ acre district includes launched an attack on Union forces in between Locust and School remembers placing candles in the windows. 105 primary structures, 19 of which have the heart of downtown Fayetteville. the seminary. special architectural significance.


THE FIRST FAMILY OF FAYETTEVILLE CLINTON HOUSE MUSEUM CLINTON PEA RIDGE BATTLEFIELD Located near the University of Arkansas campus is the first home of former Be sure to check out the new “Clinton President and wife, Hillary. In Meets Kennedy” exhibit, commemorating 1975, Bill Clinton took Hillary Rodham’s the famous handshake between a young THE CIVIL WAR’S IMPACT hand in marriage in the living room of Bill Clinton and then-President John F. this one-story bungalow. Today, this Kennedy. And don’t miss the First Ladies The Battle of Fayetteville had a Government Street. A short drive away is unassuming house in Fayetteville has Garden featuring the favorite flower of significant impact on the history and the Pea Ridge National Military Park. become a museum that offers the chance each first lady. . On April 18, 1863, for visitors to learn more about their it was fought on the grounds of the The Battle of Prairie Grove, fought young romance and budding political Through photographs, documents and Headquarters House, a Greek Revival- on December 7, 1862, in Washington career. videos, you’ll learn about a part of the style house that served as a command County, was one of the last and Clintons’ life that many never have – a post for both armies at different times bloodiest battles in Arkansas, with Union Hear interviews with friends and time that isn’t about being president, during the war. The building now houses forces prevailing. This historic battle is constituents about what life was like but about being a future president. The a museum and the Washington County commemorated with the Prairie Grove in Fayetteville for the Clintons. Rare museum is located south of Dickson Historical Society. Battlefield State Park, an 840-acre park memorabilia from Bill’s early political Street at 930 W. Clinton Dr. and is open established in 1908 as a memorial to the career is on display, as is a faithful replica Monday through Saturday. Nearby are the Confederate Cemetery battle and to educate visitors about its of Hillary’s wedding dress. Political junkies on East Rock Street and the National past. The park hosts the state’s largest will enjoy the chance to study some of For more information, call 479-444-0066, Cemetery, one of the oldest military battle reenactment during even-numbered Bill’s first political speeches and watch ads toll-free 877-BIL-N-HIL or visit cemeteries in the South, on years in December. Admission is free. from his 1974 and 1976 campaigns. 16 HISTORY | 800-766-4626 | HISTORY 17 THINGS TO DO



With more than 180 festivals throughout the year, Fayetteville is the place to be for BIKES, BLUES & BBQ community celebrations. A few popular festivals include:

JANUARY Northwest Arkansas Beer Week Le Chocolate Feast JUNE Ozark Mountain Music Festival Eureka Springs Blues Weekend

FEBRUARY JULY Mardi Gras Highberry Music Festival

APRIL AUGUST First Thursday Fayetteville Washington County Fair DURING BIKES, BLUES & BBQ #FAYINSIDER2016 @DJSTORMS (April-October) OUR MANY FESTIVALS Fayetteville Roots Festival Springfest EVERY HOG HAS ITS DAY SEPTEMBER One weekend each fall, Dickson Street as Europe, Australia, South and Central Blues in the Natural State FEST of ALL starts to rumble as motorcycles descend America and Africa. The festival isn’t Music Festival 479-575-8260 upon Fayetteville for Bikes, Blues & only for those riding in on two wheels — BBQ. The annual festival began in there’s also the official Arkansas State Bikes, Blues & BBQ 2000 and has become one of the largest BBQ Championship, live music and Amazon Music Festival family-friendly motorcycle rallies in the plenty of vendors. United States. OCTOBER And, as the country’s largest non-profit MAY Original Ozark Folk Festival The first Bikes, Blues & BBQ began in rally, the good times at Bikes, Blues & Block Street Block Party 2000 as a charity poker run event with BBQ are for a good cause. In its lifetime, more than 200 riders, and the event has event organizers have donated more DECEMBER grown rapidly through the years. In 2015, than $750,000 to more than 25 local Fayetteville Foam Fest Lights of the Ozarks more than 400,000 people attended charities. To see a schedule of the year’s the rally from all over America as well events, visit

18 THINGS TO DO | 800-766-4626 | THINGS TO DO 19 THINGS TO DO BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS 21 THINGS TO DO THINGS TO year, visitors from across the nation and around the world tour the garden and attend events including classes and workshops, concerts, weddings, community gatherings, children’s programs, Sunday farmers’ market and semi-annual plant sales. In recent years, the facility has added a 6,000-square-foot demonstration garden, a butterfly (thehouse region’s first) and a gift shop. Call 479-750-2620 or visit | BOTANICAL GARDEN OF THE OZARKS BOTANICAL GROWING NATURAL BEAUTY NATURAL GROWING The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is one of the state’s premier public garden spaces. Continually evolving, the garden features nine displays showcasing the many woody, herbaceous and exotic plant and flower species that thrive in Northwest Arkansas. Open to the public since October 2007, the garden is located on the shores of Lake Fayetteville in the heart of Northwest Arkansas – at 4703 N. Crossover Road (Hwy. Each 265). — a two-seater aircraft used to travel a three-state area to visit prospective Walmartsites. Modern-day planes round out the collection and provide a glimpse into the world of corporate and high-end private transportation in the 21st century. Visitors learn about Drake Field’s role in the training of aviators during World War II and view aviation-related artifacts, including an authentic WWI- era Curtiss engine OX-5 and the City of Fayetteville flag that was onboard the Space Shuttle Discovery. For more information on the museum and its exhibits, call 479-521-4947 or visit

In addition to vintage aircraft, privately owned planes are on loan to the museum, like ’s first airplane Travel backTravel in time when you visit the state’s largest and most fascinating aviation museum, the Arkansas Air & Military Museum. Located at Fayetteville’s Drake Field,the historic hangar that houses the museum is one of the nation’s few remaining all-wood structures from the World War II era. The museum holds collections of classic aircraft in flight-service condition from the 1920s and 30s, modern planes from the post-World War II era, and static displays of key military aircraft from the Vietnam era. CALLING ALL FLYBOYS ARKANSAS AIR & MILITARY MUSEUM AIR & MILITARY ARKANSAS THINGS TO DO | 800-766-4626 THINGS TO THINGS TO DO TO THINGS ARKANSAS AIR & MILITARY MUSEUM MILITARY & AIR ARKANSAS 20 THINGS TO DO



An emphasis on locally grown foods boosts the region’s economy and supplies the best-tasting, freshest food you can buy. In addition to the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market, there are several other markets in Benton B and Washington W Counties. THINGS TO DO THINGS TO

DOWNTOWN BENTONVILLE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL FARMERS’ MARKETS FARMERS’ MARKET FARMERS’ MARKET 479-254-0254, 479-225-5124 Ernie Lawrence Plaza, north of the City Mae Farms, 4782 N. College, Fayetteville Square at the corner of NE “A” and Blake We 3 pm-7 pm (March – Nov.) streets. Downtown Square Sa–Su 7am-2pm (March, April, Oct. and Sa 7:30am-1pm (April – Oct.) B Nov.) Sa–Su 7am-7pm (May – Sept.) W

FAYETTEVILLE FARMERS’ MARKETS ROGERS FARMERS’ MARKET 479-236-2910 479-246-8383, Downtown Rogers, corner of Walnut and Downtown Square, 101 W. Mountain St. 1st; We, Sa 7am-1pm (April– Nov.) B Sa 7am-2pm (April – Nov.) Tu, Th 7am-1pm (April – Oct.) SILOAM SPRINGS Jefferson Center Playground FARMERS’ MARKET 612 S. College Ave. 479-524-4556, FAYETTEVILLE FARMERS’ MARKET City Park in downtown Siloam Springs, Sa 7am-2pm (April – Nov.) W corner of University and Mt. Olive Tu 3-7pm, Sa 8am-1pm (Mid-April – Oct.) B GRAVETTE FARMERS’ MARKET 479-787-5368, OUTSTANDING IN OUR FIELD Old Town Park, 110 Park Dr., SPRINGDALE FARMERS’ MARKET just off Hwy. 72 479-751-3352, Jones Center for Families Memorial The Fayetteville Farmers’ Market street performers and musicians. This Sa 8am-noon B has provided the region with locally variety of things to see and do may be Walk, Hwy 265 and Emma Ave. Tu,Th & Sa 7am-1pm (May – Nov. 1) W grown produce and handmade goods why our market won the top spot in the GREEN FORK FARMERS’ MARKET since 1973 . America’s Favorite Farmers Market contest. WEST FORK GARDEN MARKET FAYETTEVILLE FARMERS’ MARKET FARMERS’ FAYETTEVILLE The breezeway at Nightbird Books in Much more than just fruits and Fayetteville, 205 W. Dickson St. 479-225-1611, Hwy 170/100 Main St. in West Fork vegetables, the vendors at the Located on the historic Downtown We 4pm-7pm (year round) W Fayetteville Farmers’ Market can supply Square, the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market We 3pm-dusk (early June – Sept. 1) everything from eggs, meats and baked is open on Tuesday, Thursday and Sa 7:30am-noon (April until frost) W goods, to homemade jams and honey Saturday mornings from April through as well as an array of flowers and plants. November, and also hosts holiday and WINSLOW FARMERS’ MARKET Crafts and fine art from the region are winter markets at nearby Jefferson Downtown at the train also for sale. On Saturday mornings, the Center. For more information, go to depot/across from City Hall market often hums with the sounds of Sa 9am-noon (April – Oct.) W

22 THINGS TO DO | 800-766-4626 | THINGS TO DO 23 THINGS TO DO ARKADIA RETROCADE 25 THINGS TO DO THINGS TO fixes them up and installs them in his Retrocade, located in the Evelyn Hills Shopping Center. Admission is $5 — cash only — and covers you for all-day gameplay. No quarters necessary. The Retrocade also has a refreshment area and couches in the back for breaks. Party rooms with board games are available for rent, and patrons are welcome to bring outside food and alcohol into the facility. Find out more on Arkadia Retrocade’s Facebook page. | ARKADIA RETROCADE ARKADIA KONG IT’S ON LIKE DONKEY At the Arkadia Retrocade, moms and dads can relive their arcade days on games like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, and even kids with fancy PlayStation setups can enjoy the timeless strategies of games like Tetris and Asteroids. In short, families can spend an afternoon bonding over the classic, stand-up arcade machines. And the games are straight from the ’80s. Owner Shea Mathis finds and collects vintage, out-of-service machines, S T P E C N * S P B R C H S P B C C M JUNE P P B C H A DECEMBER SEPTEMBER NOT AVAILABLE IN MARCH AVAILABLE NOT PLUMS POTATOES PUMPKINS RASPBERRIES RHUBARB SQUASH STRAWBERRIES SWEET CORN SWEET POTATOES TOMATOES WATERMELONS * * S P P P P S S S S B R T C C H A G R R W W T P C H S S C G N S B R C C H MAY AUGUST P R C C A G NOVEMBER CHRISTMAS TREES CHRISTMAS CUCUMBERS EGGPLANT GRAPES GREENS HERBS MUSCADINES NECTARINES PEACHES PEAS PEPPERS P P P P P E E N B B C C A H M G G W P C H G W T P C C T G * S P E S B B H JULY OCTOBER P P S B C A G LIMITED AVAILABILITY THESE MONTHS LIMITED AVAILABILITY MARCH/APRIL APPLES PEARS ASIAN ASPARAGUS BEANS BLACKBERRIES BLUEBERRIES BROCCOLI CABBAGE CANTALOUPES CHERRIES *


Whether you want to know which fruits and vegetables will be at theFayetteville Farmers’ Market, or when you should go pick them yourself, the Harvest Calendarshows what’s in season from month to month. THINGS TO DO | 800-766-4626 THINGS TO WHEN TO PICK TO WHEN THINGS TO DO TO THINGS HARVEST CALENDAR HARVEST 24 THINGS TO DO ATTRACTIONS 27 THINGS TO DO THINGS TO BLUE SPRING HERITAGE CENTER SPRING HERITAGE BLUE 1537 CR 210, Eureka Springs 479-253-9244, March 15 – 2nd Sunday in November: 9am-6pm. This historic bluff provided shelter to the Cherokee people during the Now of Tears. on theTrail National Register of Historic Places, Blue Spring pours 38 million gallons of cold, clear water into its day. each lagoon GARDEN OF BOTANICAL THE OZARKS 4703 N. Crossover, Springdale 479-750-2620, Daily: 9am-5pm landscaped beautifully through Walk plants. native with gardens (See page 21) BELLA VISTA HISTORICAL MUSEUM HISTORICAL BELLA VISTA 1885 Bella Vista Bella Way, Vista 479-855-2335, March – November: We-Su noon-4pm The Bella Vista Historical Museum gives an in-depth look at the history of the city Artifacts include area. surrounding and those excavated from Hay Bluff, just north of Bella Vista, where Native lived as far back as 3000 B.C. antique passenger cars, the first-class parlor car or the 1940s caboose, Lil’ RelaxToot. as the train winds through river valleys, traverses high trestles and cuts into a quarter-mile tunnel. Friendly the enhance conductors fun-loving and journey with anecdotes about the area’s history. rich |

ARKANSAS AIR & MILITARY AIR & MILITARY ARKANSAS DRAKE FIELD MUSEUM AT RAILROAD & MISSOURI ARKANSAS 306 E. Emma, Springdale 479-751-8600, Ride in style in meticulously restored 3352 Hwy. 112 N, Fayetteville 479-442-4542, Fr-Su. Summer: Th-Su. The drive-in experience lives on in Fayetteville! From March tomid- November, moviegoers can enjoy recent, full-length movies, and stream sound using FM radio. (See page 26) AMAZEUM 209 NE Second, Bentonville 479-696-9280, The Amazeum is a learning center with the goal of educating andengaging the learning exploration, in family entire and fun. The 44,500 sq. ft. children’s discovery center, next to Crystal Bridges hands-on and exhibits has Museum, activities that appeal to all ages. RETROCADE ARKADIA 1478 College Ave., Fayetteville 479-445-7844 Video arcade with vintage games. 25) page (See PLACES TO EXPLORE TO PLACES 112 DRIVE-IN THEATRE 4290 S. School, Fayetteville 479-521-4947 Su-Fr 11am-4:30pm, Sa 10am-4:30pm (See page 20) NORTHWEST ARKANSAS NATURALS ARKANSAS NORTHWEST BALLPARK ARVEST AT and under get in free. And unlike most modern-day theaters, outside food and drinks are allowed at the drive-in. The projector broadcasts two movies per night, so if you come for the first feature, you can see two for the price of one. Sound is streamed through your radio or via speakers placed on the grounds near the parking spots, so set out chairs, put down blankets in the truck bed or the back of the SUV and get cozy. It’s a relaxing way to spend a cool summer night with the entire family. For more information, visit

THINGS TO DO | 800-766-4626 THINGS TO Playing new and old releases after the sun sets on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, the 112 Drive-In is often cheaper than a regular movie theater. Prices are $8 for adults; $3 for ages 6 to 12. Kids ages 5 If you’ve ever wanted to watch a movie under a canopy of stars, like your parents did, the 112 Drive-In Theatre still offers that piece of nostalgia. From mid-March to mid-October, Fayetteville is home to one of the nation’s last drive-ins. With a snack stand serving popcorn, hot dogs, sodas and nachos, it’s like a ballpark but with more plot lines. MOVIES UNDER THE STARS MOVIES 112 DRIVE-IN THEATRE THINGS TO DO TO THINGS 112 DRIVE-IN THEATRE DRIVE-IN 112 26 THINGS TO DO ATTRACTIONS 29

THINGS TO DO THINGS TO by Judge Jonas Tebbetts,it served as a command post for both armies during the it holdsCivil Today, the War. Washington County Historical Society. 4520 N. College, Fayetteville 479-582-5600, Families can enjoy go-kart tracks, arcade games, bumper boats, laser tag, a . miniature and bull mechanical MOUNT SEQUOYAH 150 NW. Skyline, Fayetteville 800-760-8126, and conference urban year-round A retreat facility with scenic overlooks. (See page 9) AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATIVE HISTORY 202 Bentonville SW. O, 479-273-2456, Native American artifacts covering more than 14,000 years of history including the Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian, Historic and Pre-Columbian time periods are housed in a 5,000 square-foot facility. Individual audio wands narrate the self- guided tours. JERRY JONES-JIM LINDSEY JONES-JIM JERRY HALL OF CHAMPIONS Frank Broyles Athletic Center Reynolds Razorback Stadium N. Razorback, Fayetteville 479-575-6904. This two-story atrium houses exhibits and awards which tell the history of more than 100 years of Razorback football. FAMILIES JONES CENTER FOR 922 E. Emma, Springdale 479-756-8090, An indoor swimming pool and the area’s only year-round ice-skating rink are open to the public at this community/ recreation center named for Harvey and Jones. Bernice FUN PARK FAMILY LOKOMOTION | EUREKA SPRINGS EUREKA MUSEUM HISTORICAL 95 S. Main, Eureka Springs 479-253-9417 Located in the historic 1889 Calif Building, the Eureka SpringsHistorical Museum features a variety of exhibits preserving the history and art of this health resort town and its people. MARKET FARMERS’ FAYETTEVILLE HEADQUARTERS HOUSE HEADQUARTERS 118 E. Dickson, Fayetteville 479-521-2970 by appointmentTours only. Built in 1853 Downtown Square, Fayetteville 479-236-2910 Jefferson Center Location: Su 9am-1pm (See page 22) LANE ENTERTAINMENT FAST 1117 N. Dixieland, Lowell 479-659-0999, Get ready for 75,000 square feet of go-karts, bowling, laser including fun tag, arcade games and more. Ellie’s Grille offers a full menu including the pizza. 29” a “Ginormous,” GOLF GATOR 2692 N. College, Fayetteville 479-443-0833 jungle- a in golf miniature Enjoy setting.themed PLAY PASSION GREAT 935 Passion Play, Eureka Springs 800-882-7529, This performance brings to life Christ’s last days on earth, His death and His resurrection. See the Christ of the Ozarks statue, standing five stories tall and weighing more than two million pounds, the Holy Land the Bible Tour, Museum and the SacredArts Museum. - - - - - Downtown Dickson Street area. The entertainment hub of the city, Dick & GARDENS SQUARE DOWNTOWN Block, Mountain, East & Center, Fayetteville. The focal point for many community charming activities, Fayetteville’s Downtown Square is home to the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market, unique boutiques, colorful gardens, modern buildings, historic restaurants, offices and more. DAISY AIRGUN MUSEUM AIRGUN DAISY 202 Walnut, W. Rogers 479-986-6873, The Daisy Airgun Museum preserves and promotes vintage products and arti facts of the historic Daisy company while destination tourism national serving a as for Daisy fans and collectors. STREET DICKSON DISTRICT ENTERTAINMENT son Street is home to restaurants, live music, food trucks, bars and year-round nightlife. (See page 48) CRYSTAL BRIDGES MUSEUM BRIDGES CRYSTAL OF AMERICAN ART 600 Museum, Bentonville 479-418-5700, This world-renowed museum of modern American art has an incredible collection of art as well as beautiful grounds sur COUNTRY DOCTOR MUSEUM DOCTOR COUNTRY 107 N. Starr,Lincoln 479-824-4307, One of only two country doctor muse cal instruments, memorabilia, an antique horse buggy and vintage cars. museum. the rounding (See page 46) ums in the U.S., the museum occupies the former private home and clinic of three country doctors who practiced from 1926 to 1978. Exhibits include medi

THINGS TO DO | 800-766-4626 THINGS TO COSMIC CAVERN COSMIC 6386 Hwy. 21 N, Berryville 870-749-2298, One of Arkansas’ hidden treasures, Cosmic Cavern is a great place to get up close to natural beauty. These caves are full of must-see rock formations. CONFEDERATE CEMETERY CONFEDERATE 500 E. Rock, Fayetteville Serves as the final resting place for 500 Confederate soldiers from , Arkansas. and Louisiana Missouri, 312 N. Main, Bentonville 479-254-3870, The garden at the home of Dr. author, physician, Compton, Neil photographer, naturalist and “savior of the Buffalo River” has been developed into a native/woodland garden dedicated conservation. and horticulture to COMPTON GARDENS COMPTON CHEROKEE CASINO U.S. Hwy 412 & State Hwy 59 West Siloam Springs, OK, 800-754-4111 Cherokee Casino in West Siloam Springs has music and nightlife at hot spot Seven, food at the Rivercane Buffet or Flint Creek Steakhouseand a 140-room hotel. CLINTON HOUSE MUSEUM CLINTON 930 Clinton, W. Fayetteville 479-444-0066 (See page 16) /HALL OF ARENA/HALL WALTON BUD MUSEUM CHAMPIONS 1270 Leroy W. Pond,Fayetteville 479-575-8618 8:30am-5pm Daily: state-of-the-artThis arena basketball has more seats in less space than any such facility in the world. The museum highlights the proud traditions in sports through displays and interactive video. THINGS TO DO TO THINGS ATTRACTIONS 28 THINGS TO DO ATTRACTIONS 31 THINGS TO DO THINGS TO underground marvels, hike on nature nature on hike marvels, underground paths, pan for treasure, or lose yourself in the Lost in the Woods Maze. WAR EAGLE MILL EAGLE WAR 11045 War Eagle, Rogers 479-789-5343, The Eagle War Mill is a picturesque mill with an old mercantile gift shop on site. Find old-fashioned graniteware dishes, kitchen items, apparel, handmade knives, jams, honey, jellies, and cookbooks sorghum and natural flour. A restaurant on the third floor serves breakfast and lunch. WILD WILDERNESS SAFARI DRIVE-THROUGH 20923 Safari, Gentry 479-736-8383 throughout animals exotic with Interact this 180-acre safari with a four-mile drive, petting parks and walk-through areas. Pony and camel rides operate on a seasonal basis. Visitors are encouraged to call before planning a visit. |

WAR EAGLE CAVERN EAGLE WAR 21494 Cavern, Rogers 479-789-2909, EagleWar Cavern is one of the newest show caverns in the country. Every effort has been made to leave the cavern in the exploring After state. natural its WAR EAGLE MILL EAGLE WAR MUSEUM THE WALMART 105 N. Main, Bentonville 479-273-1329 throughTravel time in an interactive, family-friendly exhibit on the history of Walmart and the Walton family. See Sam old Walton’s red pickup truck and his office, just as he left it. Shop the real, functional 5&10 Walton’s store. Finish at The Spark Café, an old-fashioned soda fountain, to enjoy ice cream or beverages right off historic Bentonville Square. 4,200 veterans’ names. It also features a 36-foot timeline of major military events, military Constitution, the to preamble the seals and historic quotes.

exhibitsoffering folks of allages interesting things to see and to do. Enjoy and exhibit, “The in Attic” fun hands-on explore a downtown of yesteryear on “First Street,” an exhibit thatbrings to life three early businesses. Rogers 239 Turpentine Creek, Eureka Springs 479-253-5841, Turpentine Creekserves as a refuge neglected and abandoned, abused for animals with an emphasis on tigers, lions, leopards and bears. The goal is for every visitor to learn more about the plight of big cats in America. Visitors can learn about the animals at the Education Station, watch feeding time and take tours of the habitat. OF HONOR VETERANS WALL BellaVeterans Way, Vista, 479-855-4421 The concentric curved panels of the Veterans Wall of Honor display nearly 612 N. College, Fayetteville 479-444-7827, family-friendlyThis roller for destination derby teams and skaters of all ages offers 10,000-square-foota skating hardwood floor, snack bar and plenty of seating. TERRA STUDIOS 12103 Hazel Durham Valley, 479-643-3185, 800-255-8995 (See page 36) TURPENTINE CREEK WILDLIFE REFUGE SHILOH MUSEUM SHILOH Johnson,118 W. Springdale 479-750-8165, Experience stories through a variety of exhibits on native peoples, pioneers, the Civil the War, fruit and timber industries and traditional folklife. The museum houses a research library of more than 700,000 photographs of Ozark life. SKATIUM STARLIGHT

THINGS TO DO | 800-766-4626 THINGS TO 322 S. 2nd, Rogers 479-621-1154 Immerse yourself in thought-provoking ROGERS HISTORICAL MUSEUM & ROGERS HISTORICAL HOUSE HAWKINS 1895 400 S. Walton, Bentonville 479-254-3870, The Peel House Foundation is preserving one of the great architectural examples in Arkansas – the 1875 Col. Samuel Peel W. Mansion. Living history demonstrations, including an 1855 log cabin, which stood near the Battle Ridge, of Pea further importance. historical site’s the enhance PEEL MANSION MUSEUM & GARDENS HERITAGE OZARK BOWLING LANES BOWLING OZARK 2300 N. College, Fayetteville 479-442-4275, Ozark Bowling Lanes has been providing fun and entertainment for the last 50 years. Ozark Lanes has 40 synthetic available. bumpers with all lanes, bowling NORTHWEST ARKANSAS NORTHWEST BALLPARK ARVEST AT NATURALS 3000 S. 56th, Springdale 479-927-4900, Arvest Ballpark is home to the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, a Minor League Baseball team. The team is a member of League the Texas and serves as the Double-A affiliate to the City Royals. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS MALL ARKANSAS NORTHWEST 4201 Shiloh, Fayetteville 479-521-6151, (See page 79) NATIONAL CEMETERY NATIONAL 700 S. Government,Fayetteville 479-444-5051 One of the oldest military cemeteries in the South, it is the burial site for 1,600 Union soldiers, along with hundreds of other veterans. THINGS TO DO TO THINGS ATTRACTIONS 30 THE ARTS ATTRACTIONS 33 THE ARTS THE ART EXPERIENCE 641 W. MLK, Fayetteville 479-442-0557 This commercial exhibition gallery features paintings, masks and puppets by JoAnn Kaminsky. THE ART LOCATION 1905 E. Mission, Fayetteville 479-443-4583, This gallery features works by Nadine Rippelmeyer and other local artists and also offers community art lessons, supplies and seminars. CENTER OF THE OZARKS ARTS 214 S. Main, Springdale 479-751-5441, This community theater houses two art galleries showing works in all media by local and regional artists. ART EMPORIUM 2914 N. College, Fayetteville 479-521-4141 This commercial exhibition gallery features works for sale in various media by local and regional artists, including Christina Mariotti, Don House and Alice Lynn Greenwood. | ARKANSAS MUSIC PAVILION ARKANSAS 5079 W. Northgate, Rogers 479-443-5600 Known locally as “The AMP,” this striking open-air pavilion serves as an extraordi- nary setting to enjoy some of the world’s top performers. TERRA STUDIOS PLAY AT ARTWORK 21C MUSEUM HOTEL 200 N.E. A St., Bentonville 479-286-6500 Hotel and art gallery featuring exhibits from internationally acclaimed artists. STUDIO A POTTERY 16955 Wyman, Fayetteville 479-521-3171, Studio for learning about pottery and sculptural clay that also hosts community activities and workshops. ARSAGA’S 548 W. Dickson, Fayetteville 479-443-9900, Arsaga’s at The Depot is a coffeeshop and gallery with a selection of artwork for sale, which rotates on a monthly basis. ice cream, malts, and shakes malts, cream, ice Enjoy delicious hand-scooped delicious Enjoy FREE ADMISSION Sunday: 12pm-9pm Hours of operation: Hours Friday-Saturday: 8am-10pm Friday-Saturday: Monday-Thursday: 8am-9pm Monday-Thursday: humble beginnings to the present. to humble beginnings history of Walmart, from Sam Walton’s Walton’s Sam from Walmart, history of see real artifactssee real Tour the museum gallery the museum and Tour The Walmart Walmart theThe a tripMuseum and take through Visit Visit

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4.625”x8” 4.625”x8” Experience Fayetteville full page ad Fayetteville Experience THE WALMART MUSEUM THE WALMART THE ARTS ATTRACTIONS 35 THE ARTS OPERA IN THE OZARKS 16311 Hwy. 62 W, Eureka Springs 479-253-8595, Opera in the Ozarks at Inspiration Point is a unique festival founded in 1950 by Dr. Henry Hobart. It is affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs and is regarded as a prominent training program for all singers interested in pursuing a career in opera. Seasonal performances are held in a majestic outdoor setting. POOR RICHARD’S ART W. Walnut St, Rogers 479-636-0417 A gallery of local artists located in downtown Rogers. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS NORTHWEST CENTER CREATIVE COMMUNITY 505 W. Spring, Fayetteville 479-200-0663 A not-for-profit community art organization, the Northwest Arkansas Community Creative Center supports traditional and contemporary artists working in the visual arts. | NADINE BAUM STUDIOS NADINE BAUM 505 W Spring, Fayetteville 479-443-5600, This rotating visual arts gallery is also home to Theatre Squared, Northwest Arkansas’ regional theater. KATHY P. THOMPSON/STUDIO 3 THOMPSON/STUDIO P. KATHY 3 E. Mountain, Fayetteville 479-521-1502, This commercial exhibition gallery features artwork for sale by Kathy P. Thompson and Cindy Arsaga. GALLERY COLOUR LOCAL 275 S. Archibald Yell Blvd., Fayetteville 479-461-8761 Local Color Studio Gallery offers kids art classes, seminars for adults ranging from welding to painting, and proudly houses local art. MILLER STUDIO MATT 21 W. Mountain, Fayetteville 870-919-8651, This commercial exhibition gallery features paintings for sale by Matt Miller. “PICKING FLOWERS FOR DINNER” “PICKING FLOWERS MARIOTTI CHRISTINA BY 1583 Warehouse, Fayetteville 479-466-5231 This studio space features oil works for sale by artist Jane Garrison Wier. MARKHAM GALLERY PRATT JOY 495 W. Dickson, Fayetteville 479-443-5600, A long-term gallery installation bringing together the works of three different artists in multiple media. STUDIO KAMINSKY 808 S. Government, Fayetteville 479-442-5805, See featured sculptural works for sale by artist Hank Kaminsky. THE GRAFFITI LIGHT PROJECT THE GRAFFITI LIGHT 21 W. Mountain, Fayetteville 479-633-7761, Under Tiny Tim’s Pizza in the Town Center plaza. Light painting photography and light animation studio. GALLERY HEARTWOOD 428 S. Government, Fayetteville 479-444-0888, An artist cooperative exhibition gallery offering fine art and gifts by local artists. PLACE JANE’S FIRST THURSDAY FAYETTEVILLE THURSDAY FIRST Square, Fayetteville Historic Downtown (See page 47) GEORGE DOMBEK STUDIO 844 Blue Springs, Fayetteville 479-442-8976, gallery features This commercial exhibition Dombek. paintings for sale by George Open by appointment. FAYETTEVILLE UNDERGROUND FAYETTEVILLE Fayetteville Mountain, 101 W. on the and gallery collective An artist Square. Downtown (See page 40)

| 800-766-4626 THE ARTS ARTS LIVE THEATRE LIVE ARTS 115. S. Second St., Rogers 479-936-5851 White River Gallery exhibits limited edi- tion prints representing the best pho- tographs from award-winning nature photographer Ed Cooley’s collection of 500,000 images. ED COOLEY’S WHITE RIVER ED COOLEY’S DUCK CLUB GALLERY DUCK CLUB 2333 N. College, Fayetteville 479-443-7262, GALLERY 600 Museum, Bentonville 479-418-5700, (See page 46) 3582 N. Hwy. 112, Fayetteville 479-521-2674 BRIDGES MUSEUM CRYSTAL OF AMERICAN ART CORNER GIFT SHOP CORNER COMMON GROUNDS COMMON 412 W. Dickson, Fayetteville 479-442-3515, Coffeehouse with local art for sale. CINDY ARSAGA STUDIO/GALLERY ARSAGA CINDY 3 E. Mountain, Fayetteville 479-466-9519 by melting wax See encaustic art made medium. and using it as a pigment 541 W Meadow St - Unit H, Fayetteville 541 W Meadow St - Unit community Arts event space that supports music and art arts programming through and more. shows, readings, performances BACKSPACE 818 N. Sang, Fayetteville Sang, Fayetteville 818 N. 479-521-4932, lives enriches the Theatre Arts Live Northwest Arkansas by of people in and educational providing professional opportunities for performance young actors. THE ARTS THE ATTRACTIONS 34 36 ATTRACTIONS THE ARTS THE ARTS |800-766-4626 the public. also offeringartclassesandworkshops to Studio andworkshopofartistLeilani Law, 479-442-4396, 112 Center,Fayetteville STUDIO LEILANI Stephanie Lee. pets, stilllifesandlandscapesbyartist gallery featuresportraitsofpeopleand This studioandcommercialexhibition 479-236-5270, 31 E.Center,Fayetteville STEPHANIE LEEFINEART pieces forthepublic. a diversesetofguestartistsandoriginal award-winning musicdepartmentoffers Stella BoyleSmithConcertHall.The events totheWaltonArtsCenterand bring anoutstandingselectionofmusical World-class facultyandgiftedstudents performances 479-575-4701 University ofArkansas,Fayetteville CONCERT HALL AT U OFAMUSICDEPARTMENT “SHOP LOCAL” MURALBY JASON JONES STELLA BOYLE SMITH Arts Center. at NadineBaumStudiosintheWalton dramas andmusicalsfromitshome stage presents adiverseseasonofcomedies, A professionaltheatercompanythat 479-571-2728, 505 W.Spring,Fayetteville THEATRE SQUARED fountains andmore. adorable trollstatues,largewindchimes, natural groundstofindarocklabyrinth, the BluebirdsofHappiness.Wander and fineartpieces.Thisstudioishomeof duce glassandpotteryhomewares,gifts places inFayetteville.Here,artisanspro- Quite possiblyoneofthemostmagical 800-255-8995 or479-643-3185 12103 HazelValley,Durham TERRA STUDIOS international artists. students aswelllocal,nationaland features awiderangeofshowsfrom Student-run exhibitionspacewhich 479-575-5202 1 ECenterSt.,Fayetteville SUGAR STUDENT GALLERY renowned artistSalvador Dali. Alexander Calder andsignedprintsby includes acclaimedmobileworksby artist artists. Thepermanentcollection various mediabyvisitingandstudent This exhibitiongalleryfeaturesworks in 479-575-7987, U ofAFineArtsCenter U OFAFINEARTS GALLERY ous mediaarefeaturedinrotatingexhibits. Visiting andstudentartists’worksinvari- 479-575-5255, U ofACampusStudentUnion U OFAANNEKITTRELLGALLERY assortment ofwine,beerandappetizers. regional artistswithabarfeaturingwide Two25 Gallery&WineBarpromotes 479-464-9463 225 S.MainSt.,Bentonville TWO25 GALLERY &WINEBAR young people. activities andtrainingprogramsfor professional theater,creativelearning The Trikeprovidesaudience-driven 866-331-3681, 120 S.Main,Bentonville (THE TRIKE) TRICYCLE THEATRE FORYOUTH | (See page39) 495 W.Dickson,Fayetteville WALTON ARTS CENTER designers fromthedepartmentof drama. displays thetalentsofperformersand A student-drivenseasonofeightshows 479-575-4752, University ofArkansas,Fayetteville UNIVERSITY THEATRE artists anddesigners. sewing studioandgalleryfeaturinglocal Here, you’llfindawomen’sboutique, 479-935-4040 118 W.South,Fayetteville ULTRA STUDIOS artists areondisplay. The variedworksofstudentsandguest 479-575-6702, University ofArkansascampus U OFAMULLINSLIBRARY artists. genres ofworksbyvisitingandstudent This exhibitiongalleryfeaturesdifferent 479-575-6489, 2 E.Center,Fayetteville U OFAGLOBAL CAMPUSGALLERY


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In 2015, the arts center added nearly 30,000 square feet of space, and the n In 2015, the arts center added nearly 30,000 square arts and education opportuni modernized facility will be able to bring more to Fayetteville. opportunities. The Walton Arts Center has played host to comedian Steve opportunities. The Walton Arts Center has played Blue Man Group and mu touring production of Les Miserables, War Horse, WALTON ARTS CENTER ARTS WALTON PRESENCE STAGE WE’VE GOT in artists and entertainers fro The Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville brings The facility offers div over the world to create unforgettable performances. and unparalleled performing programming, large-scale touring productions UPCOMING BROADWAY SHOWS: BROADWAY UPCOMING Kinky Boots Jan. 19-24, 2016 Mamma Mia! Feb. 9-14, 2016 Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella March 1-6, 2016 in 1992, and the shared vision has yielded a facility that has changed and en cultural life of Northwest Arkansas for more than 20 years. For additional events and ticket information, visit or call 479-443-5600. The Walton Arts Center was formed through a public and private sector pa

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| 800-766-4626 THE ARTS WORLD PEACE PRAYER FOUNTAIN PRAYER PEACE WORLD CENTER) (TOWN 15 W. Mountain, Fayetteville Ten feet in diameter and weighing 8,000 pounds, this public art display, created by Hank Kaminsky, has the phrase “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in more than 100 languages. WINGS & ROOTS STUDIO WINGS & ROOTS 219 W. South, Fayetteville 479-571-3581, This commercial exhibition gallery features oil paintings for sale by artist MM . “WORLD PEACE PRAYER FOUNTAIN” PRAYER PEACE “WORLD HANK KAMINSKY BY THE ARTS THE ATTRACTIONS 38 40 FAYETTEVILLE UNDERGROUND THE ARTS THE ARTS |800-766-4626 addition toshowcasing theverybestin as adestinationcity forthevisualarts.In Arkansas andhelpestablishFayetteville tion istopromotetheartsinNorthwest The underlyingmissionoftheorganiza - artist studios,aswellfourgalleries. profit organizationiscurrentlyhome to10 magazine. Thisvibrantandthrivingnon- in NorthwestArkansasbyCitiscapes was voted“BestCommercialArtGallery” studio spaces.Thatsameyear,thegallery Square withanewgalleryandadjoining celebrated itsreturntotheDowntown In 2012,theFayettevilleUnderground HEART OFTHEARTS COMMUNITY BY BRENTON SMITH “MESOZOIC MAHOGANY” artists andthecommunity. Visit ings andstrivestobeacreativeoutlet for exhibitions, concerts,speakersand meet- In addition,theUndergroundhosts new Visitors are always welcome in the studios. purchase artorwatchtheartistsat work. First ThursdayArtWalk.Comein and Artists alsotakepartinFayetteville’s photographers, pottersandsculptors. The studioartistsincludepainters, Northwest Arkansas. national andinternationalexhibitionsto regional art,ithasalsopresentedmany Water Works Aug. Apr. Circus Fayetteville Beer Week May Back to Sep. School the website for lineups. up-to-date Check out the monthly themes below, and food and drink, and children’s activities! 40 visual artists, live music,street performers, arts district, featuring the work ofmore than city’s historic Downtown Square into avibrant First Thursday Fayetteville transforms the

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n t r c i gi o t dates t dates ans r n i N k us r n Br i A m and more info, visit and more For conce For Symphony of Nor r Di Music Haas, Paul now works as a professor. When his documentaries air nationally, they are often responsible for jumps in tourism. Foley’s documentary, “The Buffalo Flows,” preceded a record-setting increase in canoe rentals the next year. “Somehow or another I’ve carved out a career telling these stories. It has been and still remains to be great fun for me,” Foley said. “If people get half as much entertainment out of the stories I tell, as I get in telling them, then I’ve really done something.” But Fayetteville will always feel like home to Foley. “I’ve lived all over Arkansas, and I consider myself an absolute dyed in the wool Arkansan,” he said. “That old story about you can’t go home. Well, you can go home, and Fayetteville is home for me.”

| 800-766-4626 THE ARTS He studied broadcast journalism at the University of Arkansas, where he Foley has spent more than a decade digging up the state’s forgotten history, bringing stories to life through documentaries. He’s garnered five Emmy awards and 13 nominations in the process. “I’m always looking for a good story. As Mark Twain said, ‘I love a good story well told, that’s why I’m forced to tell them myself,’” he said, with a laugh. “Because I’m based in Arkansas and I am an Arkansan, I relish telling stories that are good stories, and have escaped general knowledge.” Larry Foley lives to uncover the untold stories of Arkansas. For example, did you know Babe Ruth trained in Hot Springs? Or that the Buffalo River was the first designated National River in the U.S.? FINDING FORGOTTEN HISTORY FINDING FORGOTTEN LOCAL PROFILE LOCAL LARRY FOLEY LARRY 42 THE ARTS LOCAL PROFILES 45 THE ARTS “E” “LAMAR 8” “BIKE WITH BASKET” | ADAM CAMPBELL ADAM Adam Campbell discovered his artistic abilities as an adolescent. He studied painting at the University of Arkansas and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 2012. In 2011, Campbell challenged himself to a 40 Days 20 Portraits project, when he completed 20 portraits of friends and acquaintances in 40 days. A selection of those works graces the cover of the 2015 Visual Arts Guide. GEORGE DOMBEK Arkansan George Dombek has always nurtured a passion for watercolor, generating an impressive catalog of work. His pieces have been exhibited in more than 600 private, corporate and museum collections and more than 100 exhibitions, including the Arkansas Arts Center, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Birmingham Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, Butler Institute of American Art and the San Francisco Museum of Art. KATHY P. THOMPSON P. KATHY originally from Kathy P. Thompson, arts the for force prolific a been has Dorado, El She’s during the past 30 years. in Fayetteville interior ceramic artist, painter, worked as a from media artist and teacher designer, mixed downtown off the bustling her studio, located art has been shown Fayetteville square. Her D.C., Tokyo regionally and in Washington, Pottery, JRO and more. She owns Calabash in 2009. Designs and founded HBoxes “PEACOCK” “SPANISH BLUE” “SPANISH “ALEX THROWING THE BALL” THROWING “ALEX

| 800-766-4626 THE ARTS Painter Christina Mariotti was born in Rome to an American mother with a degree in art history, and her bright, compelling portraits of women are heavily influenced by Italian culture, architecture and fashion. While in Rome her mother would take her to fine art galleries and relay the pertinent details of each artist’s life and work. Her paintings have gained media recognition, including being named Arkansas’ “best” by a number of regional media outlets, and she’s been profiled in a variety of publications. CHRISTINA MARIOTTI CHRISTINA CHERI BOHN Cheri Bohn was raised in Texas and fell in love with art in high school. In college, she began working with stained glass, and after moving to the Ozark mountains in 1999, she was inspired to mix nature into her pieces. In 2002, she began combining her stained glass pieces with tree roots to create whimsical creatures. Bohn received an honorable mention at the 2015 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition in . Her studio is in the Fayetteville Underground. MATT MILLER MATT has been is a self-taught artist who Matt Miller Africa his travels to South America, inspired by acrylic, Working mostly with and Colombia. with bold style is accented Miller’s bright, faceted application and curiously thick texture to work on large canvases lines. He prefers more involvement with because they allow for featured throughout the piece. His works are like Portland, San the region and in cities His studio is on the Diego and New York City. W. Mountain St. Fayetteville square at 21 SOME OF OUR LOCAL TALENT LOCAL OUR OF SOME THE ARTS THE LOCAL PROFILES LOCAL 44 THE ARTS FIRST THURSDAY FAYETTEVILLE 47 . The THE ARTS receptions to greet the public and often host performing arts events. A complete schedule of featured entertainment can be found at event starts at 5:30 p.m., and the party keeps going until 9 p.m. Free parking is available to guests at Center the Town parking garage and in city lots near the Square. | On the First Thursday of every month, from April to October, First Thursday Fayetteville transforms the city’s historic Downtown Square into a vibrant arts district, featuring an outdoor artwalk of more than 40 local artists, live music, street performers, food trucks, a charity beer garden, and activities for children. Participating galleries and downtown merchants stay open late and hold FIRST THURSDAY FAYETTEVILLE THURSDAY FIRST OF ART WALK A LOCAL . a restaurant, library, coffeeshop, patio areas and gift shop. Crystal Bridges recently opened a new attraction – the Bachman Wilson House, a rare Frank Lloyd Wright house built in 1954. Originally built in Somerset County, New , the house was disassembled and relocated to Bentonville in early 2015. It was built in the Usonian style, which uses natural materials and utilizes natural settings and sunlight as architectural elements. areTickets available for both self-guided and guided tours. Open since 2011, Crystal Bridges is a nonprofit organization and is free to the public. For more information, visit

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Fayetteville is the entertainment known names in music have played on Capturing the sound of a city as quirky which serves as the backdrop for the headquarters of the region and the Dickson Street. Tomorrow’s stars could as Fayetteville is no easy task, but local latest round of promotional videos for Downtown and Dickson Street areas even be here when you visit. band The Airplanes has come the clos- the city. serve as the epicenter. Dickson Street is est with “A Summer Daydream, Pt 1.” home to many of the unique boutiques, And Fayetteville believes a great He says the personality of Fayetteville galleries, bars and restaurants that entertainment district should also be Songwriter Joshua Vest, a sophomore influences his music in subtle ways. Fayetteville has to offer. alive during the daylight hours. Spend English teacher by day who studied your morning wandering through the creative writing at the University of “I try to create fun music — music as an Discover the eclectic sounds of Dickson Street Bookshop or have a Arkansas, is the band’s founder. “I still escape — and with Fayetteville, there’s Fayetteville at one of the many bars and relaxing lunch on your choice of patios. consider The Airplanes to be a little something familiar about it, but there’s DOWNTOWN AND DICKSON STREET AND DICKSON DOWNTOWN restaurants offering live music almost Enjoy an afternoon dessert or stroll the bedroom project, which grew into something different, too,” he said. “It’s a every night of the week. From dancing Downtown Square gardens. Sit and watch something more,” he said. “The first small hometown, but it still offers a lot of to shooting pool, there is something for the crowds go by. For people-watching couple of years, it was just recording different activities and subcultures, and everyone’s tastes. alone, Downtown and Dickson Street are little songs on a four-track at my house, all of those subcultures are respected. a must. and eventually the need to play shows And that’s why I’m drawn to it. I love The energy in this area will reinvigorate arose, and that’s when I pulled together living in Fayetteville.” even the most exhausted tourist (or Still not convinced? See for yourself when the band members.” resident). Here you’ll find George’s you visit. It’s hard to miss the center of Find the Airplanes at: Majestic Lounge, the oldest and longest- our city, just listen for the heartbeat and The now four-person band has seen a running club and live music venue in follow it to our historic Downtown and few tracks scooped up for commercial instagram @airplanesounds Arkansas. Some of the nation’s best- Dickson Street. use, including “A Summer Daydream,”

48 NIGHTLIFE | 800-766-4626 | NIGHTLIFE 49 NIGHTLIFE DRINKS AND DIVERSIONS 51 NIGHTLIFE AMENITIES Bar Brewery, Bar Outdoor Patio Billiards, Bar Bar, Lounge Bar, Live Music Sports Bar, Outdoor Patio, Billiards Bar, Jazz, Back Porch Bar, Billiards Bar Bar Hookah Bar Dancing Bar, Bar Dancing Bar, Live Music, Outdoor Patio, Coffee Shop Bar Wine Bar Bar, Darts, Live Music, Outdoor Patio Arcade, Bar Lounge Live Music, Music, DJ Club Dance Bar, Outdoor Patio Club Dance Bar Lounge, Billiards Sports Bar, Live Music, Outdoor Patio Sports Bar, Live Music Bar, Brewery Live Music, Outdoor Patio Bar, Billiards Live Music, Big Screen TVs, Sports Bar Sports Bar PHONE 479-856-6686 479-287-4344 479-443-9900 479-443-7113 479-521-2327 479-435-6262 479-443-4152 479-527-6795 479-973-6969 479-200-0157 479-251-7320 479-443-4647 479-222-1305 479-466-1212 479-571-4994 479-442-3515 479-372-4300 479-966-4383 479-935-3579 479-251-7100 479-444-6100 479-966-4823 479-571-8100 479-301-2220 479-527-9464 479-935-4757 479-445-6050 479-442-4226 479-251-7665 479-973-4782 479-582-4782 | ADDRESS 406 Dickson W. 1550 East Zion 548 Dickson W. 2530 N. College 504 E. 15th 208 N. Block 1189 Steamboat 310 Dickson W. 408 Dickson W. 526 Dickson W. 420 Dickson W. 1545 15th W. St. 509 Spring, W. #250 212 Dickson W. 216 Dickson W. 412 Dickson W. 3671 N. Mall 501 Spring W. 303 Dickson W. 326 N. West 227 Dickson W. 1838 N. Crossover 2127 MLK W. 311 Dickson W. 1815 Green Acres 1545 15th W. 1946 N. Birch 519 Dickson W. 326 N. West 220 N. West 3467 N. Shiloh

BUSINESS NAME BUSINESS 21st Amendment Apple Blossom Brewing Co. Arsaga’s at the Depot Art’s Place Bear’s Place Big Star Lounge Boars Nest BBQ Bordinos Brewski’s Draft Emporium Bugsy’s Buster Belly’s Bar Buzz Hookah Lounge C4 Nightclub & Lounge Cannibal & Craft Club FIX Grounds Common Core Brewing Cork & Keg Dickson Street Pub Dickson Street Social Club Dickson Theater East Side Grill Electric Cowboy of Fayetteville Farrell’s Lounge, Bar and Grill Foghorn’s Foghorn’s Fossil Cove Brewing Co. George’s Majestic Lounge Green Room Grubs Bar & Grille GrubsUptown food served in an out-of-the-ordinary atmosphere. The Shulertown name honors the history of the area. It was the nickname for an area of Dickson Street, named for T. Fred Shuler, a soda jerk at the late “Live and Let Live” drugstore on Dickson in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Shulertown is located at 372 W. Dickson Street. For information, call 479-313-9400 or visit shulertownmarket.

FIRST-RATE DINING AFTER LAST CALL DINING AFTER LAST FIRST-RATE SHULERTOWN NIGHTLIFE | 800-766-4626 Perfect for an al fresco lunch or late-night noshing after exploring the Dickson Street Entertainment District, Shulertown attracts crowds at all hours. You’ll find its picnic tables filled with college students, families and young couples – pretty much anyone who appreciates great In the heart of Dickson Street is a food court for the new millennium. Filled with a half-dozen or so food trucks, Shulertown is an eclectic mix of menu options including Tex-Mex, vegetarian, and plenty of beer choices. NIGHTLIFE SHULERTOWN FOOD TRUCK COURT TRUCK FOOD SHULERTOWN 50 NIGHTLIFE MUSIC VENUES 53 l y. An the large NIGHTLIFE rock.

club and live music venue in Arkansas. George’s brings local, regional and national musicians to their stage such as Big Smith, Leon Russell, and Eddie Money. George’s has been voted one of the TOP 100 College Bars in the USA in Playboy. 495 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville 479-443-5600, (See page 39) WALTON ARTS CENTER ARTS WALTON |

GEORGE’S MAJESTIC LOUNGE GEORGE’S MAJESTIC 519 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville 479-527-6618 George’s Majestic Lounge opened in 1927 and is the oldest and longest-running FEAST YOUR EARS YOUR FEAST thriving arts communit A dynamic music scene is a large part of Fayetteville’s GROUNDS COMMON eclectic mix of musicians practice their craft here and can be heard all across eclectic mix of musicians practice their craft here a late-night lounge or before a city — on the streets of the Farmers’ Market, to tastes from blues to folk to music festivals have taken root here, catering audience at the Walton Arts Center. Thanks to the scene they’ve built, severa audience at the Walton Arts Center. Thanks to 412 W. Dickson St., Fayetteville 479-442-3515, The Common Grounds is one of the best meeting spots to have a cup of coffee and hear live music. Musicians take the small stage each and every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The atmosphere is welcoming and features local artwork. This community coffeehouse is open everyday from 7 a.m. to midnight and has a large patio for customers to enjoy during the spring, summer and fall. GEORGE’S MAJESTIC LOUNGE GEORGE’S MAJESTIC AMENITIES Live Music, Outdoor Patio Bar, Brewery Hookah, Bar, Live Music Bar, Billiards, Darts Bar, Karaoke Bar, Live Music, Billiards Jukebox, Billiards, Bar, Live Music Bar, Outdoor Patio, Live Music Bar, Live Music, Dancing Sports Bar Darts Bar, Bar, Games, Outdoor Patio Billiards, Bar Live Music, Patio Bar, Live Music, Outdoor Patio Sports Bar, Billiards, Darts Alley Bowling Live Music, Outdoor Patio Music,DJ Dancing, Bar Live Music Sports Bar, Live Music Bar, Outdoor Patio Bar Bar, Billiards Bar, Live Music, Billiards Bar Billiards, Beer Lounge and Patio, Late Night Dining Menu on Saturday and Friday Sports Bar Live Music Bar, Outdoor Patio Bar, Brewery Piano Bar Bar Karaoke Bar Dancing Bar, PHONE 479-521-2739 479-301-2200 479-521-7129 479-933-3306 479-443-0700 479-443-4600 479-935-3443 479-856-6616 479-443-8044 479-442-9601 479-521-1001 479-527-9333 479-935-3459 479-443-7100 479-575-0123 479-442-4275 479-442-8300 479-521-1166 479-521-2674 479-444-7324 479-856-6366 479-445-6755 479-200-0157 479-521-6880 479-571-3333 479-521-3033 479-527-0086 479-442-0800 479-582-4808 479-445-6805 479-521-5551 479-443-7700 479-587-8114 479-571-8661 479-443-0330 479-442-9671

ADDRESS 430 Dickson W. 311 Dickson W. 45 Colt W. Square 416 Dickson W. 1271 N. Steamboat 21 N. Block 262 N. School 436 Watson W. 3290 N. Lee 107 N. Block 1460 E. Augustine 644 Dickson W. 1200 N. Garland 3748 N. Mall 2588 N. Gregg 2300 N. College 112 N. University 1255 S. Shiloh GuestHouse International 3582 N. Hwy 112 313 Dickson W. 708 N. College 414 Dickson W. 311 Dickson W. 324 Dickson W. 422 Dickson W. 102 N. Block 318 N. Campbell 3619 Mall 202 Dickson W. 339 N. West 21 Mountain W. 230 Dickson W. 3000 S. School 326 N. West 330 N. West 2901 N. College

BUSINESS NAME BUSINESS Hog Haus Hookah Java Lounge Hutch’s Sports Bar Infusion Bar JJ’s Grill JR’s Light Bulb Club Kingfish Lit Lounge Locals 479 Maxine’s Room Tap Mellow Mushroom Mickey Finn’s Irish Pub Mojo’s Pints and Pies Noodles Italian Kitchen On the Mark Ozark Bowling Lanes Powerhouse Party on the Patio Rascal’s Roost Restaurant on the Corner Grill Ryleigh’s Sports and More Sassy’s Red House Shotz Sideways Smoke & Barrel Tavern Stir Tables & Ale Theo’s Kilt Tilted US Pizza/Copper Bar West End West Mountain Brewing Co. Willy D’s White Star Tavern Know??You Uno!! Z-330 Herman’s Ribhouse

NIGHTLIFE | 800-766-4626 NIGHTLIFE DRINKS AND DIVERSIONS AND DRINKS 52 NIGHTLIFE THE ROOTS FESTIVAL 55 NIGHTLIFE music often starts early in the morning and always continues past midnight in the lounges and bars. The Fayetteville Roots Festival is a treat for the taste buds, too. Restaurants like Greenhouse Grille host musicians throughout the festival allowing patrons to enjoy music with their meal. Festival organizers also work to keep the event as earth-friendly as possible. To see past line-ups and find out more about future Roots Festival dates, visit | ROOTS FESTIVAL CELEBRATION FESTIVAL ROOTS NEWEST FAYETTEVILLE’S MUSIC FESTIVAL Originally a one-day event when it started in 2010, the Fayetteville Roots Festival is now a must-see for Arkansans and out-of- staters alike. The annual music event, held in late August, spans four days, serving as an urban festival celebrating and food. Dozens of musicians perform on indoor and outdoor stages throughout downtown. In previous years, the Fayetteville Roots Festival has seen big names like Fiona Apple, Lucinda Williams, Del McCoury Band, John Prine and Guy Clark. Each year, the names keep getting bigger. The




PAY STATIONS FOR and your desired parking time. A 35-cent All things Fayetteville ON-STREET PARKING convenience fee applies. If paying by You’ll find pay stations in and around phone, you’ll receive a text message the Dickson Street area. Just enter your The Visitor Center, located on the Downtown Square at 21. S. Block, is your reminder a few minutes before your connection for Fayetteville gear. You’ll find area maps and brochures for number and pay with cash or credit. You time expires and easily add more time to your next adventure. The Visitor Center also has one-of-a-kind clothing only can even add time from any machine, prevent a parking violation. available in Fayetteville as well as the best locally crafted options for gifts even when you’re not near your original and keepsakes. parking space. In gated lots, payment DICKSON STREET AREA must be made when exiting. Pay stations can be used for on-street parking. Some streets are marked for Among our gifts and souvenirs are: PAY-BY-PHONE PARKING permit-only residential parking. Parking • ‘Fayetteville’ branded merchandise INFORMATION here without a permit may result in • Local foods and books Sign up for a free Pay-By-Phone account a citation. At the corner of Spring Street • Razorback merchandise at or For more information, and School Avenue, a new 236-space • Postcards 888-450-PARK(7275). garage adds to the many parking options visit our website at • Northwest Arkansas landmark prints You can then pay by phone, entering in the entertainment district and utilizes • Locally designed T-shirts the location number for Fayetteville “pay by space” parking rates. Free bicycle or contact us at 479-521-5776 (#2525), your parking space number, parking available. | NIGHTLIFE 57 DINING MADE TO ORDER 59 PRICE $ $$ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ DINING PHONE 479-442-4542 479-442-1515 479-443-7555 479-442-8841 479-287-4344 479-443-7113 479-521-2327 479-935-4800 479-251-9464 479-251-7320 479-521-9921 479-973-0876 479-442-3515 479-445-6086 479-571-1433 479-935-3579 479-443-3637 479-966-4823 479-587-8950 479-966-4125 479-301-2220 479-935-4545 479-527-9464 479-935-4757 479-301-2801 479-455-5555 479-966-4667 479-443-0433 479-444-8909 479-582-4782 479-521-1669 479-799-7979 479-442-9671 479-521-2739 479-443-7783 479-521-7585 479-521-7129 479-442-0770 479-521-0194 479-443-0700 479-200-4164 479-251-7775 479-582-5600 479-455-5829 479-442-6355 479-527-9333 479-443-1774 479-575-0123 | ADDRESS 3353 N. Hwy 112 70 N. East (Chancellor Hotel) 1925 N. College 4078 N. College 1550 E. Zion 2530 N. College 504 E. 15th 989 S. Razorback 32 Joyce W. 420 Dickson W. 772 E. Millsap 642 Millsap 412 Dickson W. 550 Dickson W. 2589 MLK W. 303 Dickson W. 316 Dickson W. 1838 N. Crossover 1500 N. College 1079 S. School 311 Dickson W. 2768 N. College 1815 Green Acres 1545 15th W. 1214 N. Garland 112 Center W. 509 Spring W. 4507 N. College 481 S. School 3467 N. Shiloh 326 N. West 25 E. Center 2901 N. College 430 Dickson W. 1214 N. Garland 25 1/2 N. Block 45 Colt Square 3153 Wedington W. 324 Dickson W. 1271 N. Steamboat 617 College 3611N. Shiloh 4520 N. College 3120 MLK W. NWA Mall 644 Dickson W. 1431 S. School 2588 N. Gregg NAME AMERICAN 112 Drive In 64/94 Bistro A. Q.Chicken Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar Apple Blossom Brewing Company Art’s Place Bear’s Place Billy’s Pool Hall Buffalo Wild Wings Buster Belly’s Bar & Deli Chili’s Restaurant Steakhouse Colton’s Grounds Common Burger Deluxe Denny’s Dickson Street Pub Doe’s Eat Place East Side Grill Einstein Bros Bagels Farmer’s Table Cafe Farrell’s Bar and Grill Brothers Feltner Foghorn’s Foghorn’s Four Corners Kitchen Fresco Café & Pub Chicken Frickin Corral Golden Greenhouse Grille Grub’s Uptown Hammontree’s Hawaiian Brian’s Ribhouse Herman’s Hog Haus Brewing Hog’s Breath Eatery Hugo’s Hutch’s Hog Trough International House of Pancakes Grill J.J.’s JJ’s Grill N Chill Kona Coast Logan’s Roadhouse Restaurant Lokomotion Lucy’s Diner Express Marketplace Mickey Finn’s Irish Pub Nomad’s Music Lounge On the Mark pretty much anything you could want. Prefer food on wheels? Fayetteville has many food trucks located around the area and was even featured on an episode of “The Great Food Truck Race” in 2012. A gathering of both food trucks and other mobile vendors offering tacos, soups, pastries and more can be found at the Yacht Club on College Street and Shulertown on Dickson Street. It’s good to be hungry when you’re in Fayetteville, but it’s hard to stay that way. Take your time looking over the lists on the following pages and remember that every restaurant is smoke-free.

MERMAID’S RESTAURANT DINING | 800-766-4626 Looking for a romantic dinner for two? Hoping to linger over a candlelit dinner and a bottle of wine? Prefer a casual atmosphere? Traveling with the whole family? Spice things up with Cajun food, savor a juicy burger or enjoy some fresh organic flavor. Make your way through a world of flavors – Thai, Chinese, American, vegetarian, Mexican, BBQ – Fayetteville offers eclectic fare at local restaurants and national chains alike. If you’re looking to be adventurous with your next meal, Fayetteville will not disappoint. Whatever cuisines you’re craving, chances are we have it here. DROPPING FRESH EATS DINING TASTE OF EVERYTHING OF TASTE 58 MADE TO ORDER DINING J.D. China China J.D. Manor Hunan Bar Noodle and Rice Ginger Restaurant Chinese Formosa Buffet East China Café Asia of Bucks Restaurant Chinese Asian Thai of A Taste ASIAN Kitchen Soup Zuppa Zuppa House Waffle House Waffle Inn Village Tilted Kilt &Grill Bar Taste The Smitty’s Garage Tuesday Ruby Café Pin Rolling Skillet Iron Rick’s Corner the on Restaurant Burgers Gourmet Robin Red Inn) Intl. (GuestHouse Rascal’s Raising Cane’s Café Lanes Ozark NAME 1740 W. MLK 1740 Tahoe 1147 W. MLK 1163 College N. 1998 College N. 1320 Citizens E. 2630 College N. 2141 Crossover N. 1818 Center E. 31 College N. 617 W. Dickson 609 W. MLK 2311 College N. 3364 Mall N. 3619 Citizens E. 2630 #102 Joyce, E. 100 Krupa S. 1031 2565 Huntsville School S. 1131 112 Hwy N. 3582 Van Asche E. 695 Shiloh S. 1255 Millsap 859 College N. 2300 ADDRESS 479-442-5875 479-521-3883 479-856-6965 479-571-8886 479-442-7498 479-442-3998 479-856-6123 479-251-1888 479-251-1800 479-595-4898 479-587-9366 479-443-7549 479-521-1880 479-442-0800 479-527-6868 479-301-2046 479-442-7933 479-521-3855 479-442-2200 479-521-2674 479-521-3524 479-521-1166 479-443-1774 479-442-4275 PHONE $$ $$ $ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $$ $ $ $$ $$ $ $ PRICE DINING BREWERIES ALONG THE TRAIL


BENTONVILLE BREWING CO. 1000 SE Fifth, Bentonville | 479-464-0150

BIKE BREWING CO. 410 SW A, Bentonville | 479-268-6648

COLUMBUS HOUSE BREWERY 701 W. North, Fayetteville | 479-935-3752


FOSSIL COVE BREWING CO. 1946 N. Birch, Fayetteville | 479-445-6050


OZARK BEER CO. 1700 S. First, Rogers HOPPY TRAILS TO YOU | 479-636-BEER [2337]

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NAME ADDRESS PHONE PRICE Khana Indian Grill 2101 N. College 479-287-4736 $ KJ Sushi and Korean BBQ 3223 N. College 479-301-2008 $$ KOBE Japanese Restaurant 3595 N. Shiloh 479-553-5622 $$ Meiji 3878 N. Crossover 479-521-5919 $$

DINING Mong Dynasty 3101 N. College 479-443-7666 $$ Nori Japan NWA Mall 479-521-6151 $ OK China Buffet 3775 N. Mall 479-571-8887 $$ TOP BBQ Panda Express 2109 W. MLK 379-575-0216 $ Pavilion Buffet 3049 W. MLK 479-587-1788 $$ Pho Quyen Noodle House 2101 N. College 479-301-2820 $ Sala Thai 701 S. School 479-575-9311 $ San Lio 200 W. Dickson 479-435-6719 $$ Shogun 4096 N. Steele 479-442-9999 $$ Taiwan Chinese Restaurant 2227 W. MLK 479-521-5210 $$ Thai Diner 514 N. College 479-582-1804 $$ Thai E-San Restaurant 2334 N. College 479-587-8177 $ Thai Express 18 Archibald Yell 479-856-6662 $ Thai Wok 2227 W. MLK 479-442-3909 $ PENGUIN ED’S BAR-B-QUE Thep Thai Restaurant 1525 S. School 479-443-0029 $$ Tokyo Sushi 522 W. Dickson 479-444-8122 $ MADE TO ORDER MADE TO Wasabi 313 W. Dickson 479-527-0268 $$ SWINE & DINE There is more than one reason PENGUIN ED’S Fayetteville is known for its Hogs. Voted 6347 W. Wedington, Fayetteville Downtown Fayetteville Square one of the “Top 10 Best BBQ Cities” by 479-251-7429, Open Saturdays, Fayetteville has become a 230 S. East, Fayetteville April – November destination for barbecue. The city hosts 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM 479-521-3663 the Bikes, Blues and BBQ Festival every Open Tuesdays & Thursdays 2773 E. Mission, Fayetteville April – October year and brings people in from all across 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM the nation to sample the unique style of 479-587-8646 barbecue. With 14 restaurants dedicated Known for their hickory-smoked meats, to barbecue cuisine in Fayetteville, it’s Penguin Ed’s is so popular they now have easy to satisfy the foodie in everyone. three locations in Fayetteville.

For Holiday Markets, Winter Markets While you’re here, don’t miss: and Special Events, please visit WHOLE HOG CAFE SASSY’S RED HOUSE 3009 N. College, Fayetteville 708 N. College, Fayetteville 479-442-0100, 479-856-6366, Renowned for its award-winning pork, Enjoy the Full Rack of Ribs Dinner with beef and chicken. Whole Hog Cafe is a one of Sassy’s homemade barbecue Bill Clinton favorite. sauces, a customer favorite. WES’ BBQ-BURGER PLUS LUCKY LUKE’S BBQ 14 S. University Ave., Fayetteville 1220 Garland, Fayetteville 479-521-5901 479-521-7550, A local favorite for more than 20 years, // 479.527.6795 Beyond the barbecue itself, customers Wes’ is known for top-notch barbecue and 310 West Dickson Street rave about the fried pickles and jalapeños. burgers, as well as speedy delivery. Fayetteville | DINING 65 DINING MADE TO ORDER 67 PRICE $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ DINING PHONE 479-750-4111 479-875-3232 479-839-3417 479-236-2930 479-444-8626 479-966-7132 479-443-2327 479-960-3410 479-443-4618 479-751-0323 479-966-7363 479- 301-2030 479-463-5721 479-443-9900 479-527-0015 479-521-1993 479-582-9540 479-582-0045 479-444-6780 479-316-8030 479-301-2200 479-443-2233 479-856-6500 479-301-2155 479-582-2739 479-695-1334 479-521-6262 479-443-2080 479-444-6557 479-444-8921 479-856-6382 479-301-2365 479-527-0690 479-575-5333 479-287-4110 479-575-4120 479-444-3380 479-575-4120 479-439-3642 | ADDRESS Springdale Graham, 111 435 N.Garland, UACampus 887 Stockburger, West Fork 800 E. Calvin 2518 N. Gregg 215 Dickson W. 908 E. RollingHills 6721 Navajo 2509 N. Middleton 1270 Leroy Pond Springdale Spring, N. 101 329 N. West 644 Dickson W. 3215 N. North Hills 548 Dickson W. UA Campus 401 Mountain W. 701 N. College 4144 N. College 609 Dickson W. 115 N. Block 311 Dickson, W. Ste. 104 21 Mountain W. 1431 S. School 413 N. West Ave NWA Mall 3232 N. North Hills 2850 N. College 205 Dickson W. 2418 N. Gregg Ave UA Campus, Garland Retail 3980 Wedington W. 205 Dickson W. 1852 N. Crossover UA Campus, Union 19 E. Center 2117 MLK W. 3901 N. Shiloh 1021 Dickson W. 3500 Black Forest 3010 N. College 2817 N. Hwy 112 2720 Wedington W. UA Campus, Brough UA Campus, Union UA Campus, Maple Hill

NAME Unlimited Catering Dining Chartwell’s Kitchens Creative Early Bird Errands Event Group Catering The Garden Room Lean Green Gourmet Meals Pat’s Kitchen Scrumptious Simply Sodexho Operations, U of A Grill Street Spring Scarpino Teatro UARK Ballroom COFFEE Arsaga’s at Washington Regional Medical Center Arsaga’s at the Depot Arsaga’s in theLaw Library Library the in Arsaga’s Baba Boudan’s Espresso Bar Barnes & Noble Big Momma’s Coffee & Espresso Bar The Handle Bar Hookah Java Cafe Jammin Java Jammin Java South/Tanglewood Branch Beer Co. Jammin Java Sterling Frisco Apts. Jammin Java Latte Da Mama Carmen’s Espresso Café Nightbird Books Cafe Onyx Coffee Lab Peet’s Coffee Shop The Perk II Puritan Brew Co. Red Kite Coffee Company RZ’s Au Bon Pain Savoy Co. Tea Coffee Starbucks Coffee Starbucks Starbucks Coffee on U of A Campus Coffee Starbucks CONVENIENCE Al’s Fast Trax By Pass Mini Mart Casey’s General Store Club Red Convenience Store Club Red Convenience Store Club Red /Freshens Store PRICE $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $ PHONE 479-790-6502 479-249-6380 479-575-0575 479-966-4186 479-530-9264 479-442-2253 479-966-4800 479-530-3349 479-439-0835 479-527-0622 479-595-4407 479-444-8939 479-442-2166 479-442-9909 479-442-1794 479-571-2295 479-443-4152 479-443-3333 479-521-7550 479-521-3663 479-587-8646 479-251-7429 479-856-6366 479-521-5901 479-442-0100 479-443-2777 479-935-4100 479-527-6400 479-636-6003 ADDRESS 112 Center, W. #120 1771 N. Crossover 14 S. Block 637 E. Joyce 1 E. Center 407 N. College 3196 N. College Wedington 6315 2212 Main 116 N. Block 617 N. College 2117 MLK W. 1220 N. College 997 N. Shiloh 1640 N. College 2600 N. Gregg 1189 Steamboat 3316 Grove, W. #4 1220 N. Garland 230 S. East 2773 Mission Wedington 6347 708 N. College 14 S. University 3009 N. College 1150 N. College 745 E. Joyce 4500 S. School 903 Bloomington, Lowell

NAME BAKERY Alchemy Macarons AM Donuts & Calaches Bliss Cupcake Café Bliss Cupcake Uptown Bistro Bouchee Chuck’s Cake Shoppe Daylight Donuts The Fayetteville Pastry Shop Golden Kolache Bakery Little Bread Company Lo’s Sweet Treats and Other Eats Treats Phoebe’s Rick’s Bakery Royal Donut Company Do-Nuts Shipley StoneMill Bread & Flour Co. BBQ Boar’s Nest Dickey’s Barbecue Pit Lucky Luke’s BBQ Penguin Ed’s B&B Penguin Ed’s Bar-B-Que on Mission Penguin Ed’s West Sassy’s Red House Wes’ Barbeque Whole Hog Café CAJUN Café Rue Orleans Juicy Tails CATERING Remember To Fare A Concepts Catering

DINING | 800-766-4626 BLISS CUPCAKE CAFÉ BLISS DINING MADE TO ORDER TO MADE 66 MADE TO ORDER DINING 69 PRICE $$ $$ $$ $$ $$ $$ $$$ $ $$ $$ $ $ $$ $$ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $ $$ $ DINING PHONE 479-443-7679 479-571-6670 479-442-1778 479-301-2688 479-575-0556 479-249-8057 479-443-7100 479-443-4438 479-582-3330 479-966-4649 479-442-4226 479-442-3454 479-444-1977 479-527-9577 479-444-1466 918-902-4235 479-935-4774 479-521-6268 479-856-6950 479-443-0606 479-287-4707 479-521-3000 479-527-0400 479-445-6644 479-582-9551 479-444-0821 479-251-1555 479-443-8007 479-521-7990 479-799-8687 479-301-2793 479-718-0002 479-445-6475 479-587-8181 479-527-9200 479-444-7470 479-251-1650 479-966-4680 | ADDRESS 3919 N. Mall 2690 E. Citizens 3475 Black Forest 2306 N. College 20 S. University 3980 Wedington W. 3748 N. Mall 3616 N. Mall 1830 N. College 17 E. Center 519 Dickson W. 2605 N. College 1120 N. Lindell 2155 MLK W. 550 Dickson W. 2016 MLK W. 3878 N. Crossover, #1 815 S. School 1290 Steamboat Citizens 2630 1509 MLK W. 540 Dickson W. 3200 N. College Wedington 3980 2195 N. College 2901 E. Zion 1545 15th W. 1860 N. Crossover 2356 N. College 404 Dickson W. 2050 MLK W. NWA Mall 1509 MLK W. 2131 MLK W. 100 E. Joyce 603 Dickson W. 509 Spring W. 3722 N. Front NAME Walmart Walmart Neighborhood Market Walmart Neighborhood Market ITALIAN Bocca Italian Eatery and Pizzeria Geraldi’s Joe’s Pizza & Pasta Noodles Italian Kitchen Olive Garden Pesto Café Vetro 1925 Yazetti’s LATINO Restaurant Mexican Acambaro Caramba Ay! Burrito Loco Chipotle Con Quesos East Side Cantina El Camino Real Mexican Restaurant El Matador Mexican Grill & Bar El Sol Mexican Restaurant El Super Taco Flying Burrito Company Flying Burrito Company Flying Burrito Company King Burrito & Taqueria La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant La Huerta Mexican La Huerta Mexican Los Bobos Tacqueria Mangos Gourmet Shop Taco Mariachi’s Mexican Grill Mas Mex Mexico Viejo Mojito’s Mexican Grill Qdoba Mexican Grill Rolando’s Neuvo Latino San Miguel Restaurant & Bar RICK’S BAKERY PRICE $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$ $$$ PHONE 479-527-6795 479-582-1400 479-316-8000 479-443-3737 479-527-0086 479-225-8507 903-941-0808 479-445-6050 479-445-5959 479-310-5444 479-521-1669 479-461-0292 479-787-8560 479-200-4164 479-225-1103 479-435-5312 404-290-1916 479-685-4988 479-521-7558 479-443-0000 479-587-1864 479-443-5517 479-582-0428 ADDRESS 4315 N. Crossover 3408 S.School 2341 N. College 1950 N. Leverett 1417 MLK W. 4026 Wedington 4026 1540 S. 15th 2803 Main 1500 S. School 1240 N. Garland 2510 E. Huntsville 3080 Wedington W. 2333 MLK W. 2388 N. College 729 MLK W. 758 North W. 2584 N. Gregg 4315 N. Crossover 3831 N. Crossover 1940 N. Crossover 372 Dickson W. 1554 N. College 310 Dickson W. 465 N. Arkansas 401 Watson, W. #203 2217 N. College 318 N. Campbell 201 N. Block 1946 N. Birch 731 S. Razorback 17 N. College 326 N. West 617 N. College 693 North W. 205 Dickson W. Dickson & West 3042 Market 3081 N. Hwy 112 3545 N. Shiloh 2875 MLK W.

FOOD TRUCK FOOD GROCERY NAME Crossover Corner E-Z MartE-Z Store E-Z MartE-Z Store E-Z MartE-Z Store E-Z MartE-Z Store E-Z MartE-Z Store E-Z MartE-Z Store E-Z MartE-Z Store Fast Trax Fast Trax Flash Market Flash Flash Market Flash Flash Market Flash Kum & Go Kum& Go North Street Mini Mart White Oak Station White Oak Station White Oak Station White Oak Station Blazin Asian Munchies Ozark Natural Foods FINE DINING FINE Bordinos Ella’s Restaurant The Grillehouse Seafood & Steaks Mermaids Theo’s Dunk Chunky Kitchen Container Go Go's Energy Café The Green Goat Falcon Grillenium The The Hopper Food Truck Kind Kitchen Kona Coast Natural State Sandwiches Nomad's Natural Plate Pedal Pops Yancey's Dickson Street Dogs Richard’s Country Meat Market Sam’s Club Target Walmart

DINING | 800-766-4626 DINING MADE TO ORDER TO MADE 68 DINING MADE TO ORDER 71 PRICE $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ DINING PHONE 479-575-0024 479-582-1969 479-444-7858 479-444-9404 479-444-6707 479-444-6343 479-443-7827 479-582-3500 479-575-0693 479-442-0003 479-444-6733 479-444-8675 479-575-0523 479-442-8363 479-444-3383 479-251-8013 479-521-6629 479-442-6570 479-442-4778 479-443-5119 479-521-2538 479-527-6356 479-442-7724 479-443-2501 479-571-1274 479-443-2217 479-575-9171 479-935-4575 479-521-5934 479-582-9292 479-444-7437 479-442-3600 479-443-7777 479-571-2121 479-527-0000 | ADDRESS 2908 N. College 1801 Crossover 1321 MLK W. 1144 1443 Main, Johnson 4074 N. Mall 121 Township W. 1133 MLK W. 4201 N. Shiloh 2000 Crossover 616 N. Garland 3392 Futrall 3419 N. Mall (Walmart) Wedington 3245 1680 N. College 176 E. Joyce 1147 N. Colorado 1772 N. College 1878 N. Crossover NWA Mall 2055 MLK W. 1634 MLK 272 E. Joyce 1473 MLK W. 2050 N. College 1956 MLK 1670 MLK W. 3251 N. College 2999 N. College 637 E. Joyce 31 E. Center 1065 N. Garland 826 N. Leverett 1905 E. Mission 2920 MLK W. & PUB NAME Sonic Drive-In Sonic Drive-In Sonic Drive-In Sonic Drive-In Sonic Drive-In Steak N Shake Subway Subway Subway Subway Subway Subway Subway Subway Subway BellTaco BellTaco BellTaco BellTaco BellTaco BellTaco Bueno Taco Bueno Taco Wendy’s Wendy’s Whataburger Zaxby’s Zaxby’s PIZZA Chuck-E-Cheese’s CiCi’s Pizza Pies Damgoode Domino’s Pizza Eureka Pizza Eureka Pizza Eureka Pizza FRESCO CAFÉ FRESCO

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b NAME Tacos 4 LifeTacos Shack Taco The Table Mesa MEDITERRANEAN Emelia’s Kitchen Greekafe Kosmos Petra Café Simons Diner Tangiers Mediterranean Food & Cafe Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe ON THE GO Arby’s Arby’s Backyard Burgers Braum’s-North Braum’s-West Burger King Burger King Chick-Fil-A Chick-Fil-A Chick-Fil-A The Diner Dash Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers Hardee’s Hardee’s Chicken Fried Kentucky Chicken Fried Kentucky McDonald’s McDonald’s McDonald’s McDonald’s McDonald’s McDonald’s Mr. Burger Popeye’s Chicken Slim Chickens Slim Chickens Slim Chickens Slim Chickens D





Explore dozens of miles of Explore trails for running, biking or just enjoying nature. ASK ABOUT OUR POCKET GUIDES 72 MADE TO ORDER DINING DINING |800-766-4626 Powerhouse Seafood Tails Juicy Hole &Grill Bar Boardwalk The SEAFOOD Cafe Smoothie Tropical Deli Schlotzky’s Quizno’s Bread Panera Foods Natural Ozark McAlister’s Deli Morano’s McAlister’s Deli Joe’s Loafin’ Subs Gourmet John’s Jimmy Deli Jason’s The Green Submarine Subs Firehouse Subs Firehouse Company Bread Atlanta SANDWICHES/ Stonebridge Meadows Club Athletic Valley Paradise Club &Country Golf Links Fayetteville Club Country Legion American Fayetteville Lodge Elks PRIVATE CLUBS Pizza Oven Brick Z’s Uno!! You Know?? Pizza King Ye Olde Bar and Pizza Craft Woodstone Company Pizza S. U. Company Brewing Mountain Tiny Tim’s Pizza-West Tim’s Pizza-East America Sbarro Hut Pizza Hut Pizza Hut Pizza Pizza John’s Papa Pizza John’s Papa Pizza Mordours &Pies Pints Mojo’s Mushroom Mellow Pizzeria Style Marley’s Caesars Little Pizza Razorback Jim’s Pizza Razorback Jim’s Pizza Razorback Jim’s Pizzeria Style Chicago Gusano’s NAME 112 N. University N. 112 Joyce E. 745 W. Wedington 4127 Crossover N. 3878 Crossover N. 3878 College N. 2548 Brough Campus, UA Front N. 3638 College N. 1554 Steele N. 4055 Razorback S. 989 Steele N. 4055 W. Mountain 201 W. Dickson 518 Joyce E. 745 W. Wedington 3315 W. MLK 2612 Augustine E. 1364 College N. 3196 Farm Goff East 3495 Missouri Old N. 3728 W. Player 3600 Club Country S. 3335 SCurtis 1195 Crossover N. 4444 College N. 2730 West N. 326 W. MLK 3162 School S. 557 W. Dickson 202 W. Mountain 21 Mission E. 1813 Mall NWA W. Wedington 3980 School S. 314 College N. 1754 Brough Campus, UA College N. 503 Shiloh N. 955 Garland N. 1200 Augustine E. 1460 #103 W. Dickson, 609 Garland N. 1130 W. MLK 2620 Crossover N. 3831 Gregg N. 2584 Steamboat N. 1267 ADDRESS 479-442-8300 479-935-4100 479-521-7008 479-287-4151 479-582-4444 479-443-5000 479-587-1188 479-521-7558 479-521-7900 479-935-4800 479-521-7900 479-443-9944 479-571-0600 479-442-5500 479-287-4588 479-251-1122 479-251-0044 479-442-2900 479-571-3673 479-521-5841 479-966-4330 479-443-3131 479-442-5291 479-751-9835 479-935-4299 479-571-8661 479-442-5464 479-444-1947 479-582-4808 479-521-5551 479-521-5056 479-582-0488 479-442-4007 479-521-1892 479-521-2992 479-444-1999 479-443-2627 479-935-3459 479-521-1001 479-301-2815 479-582-2400 479-443-2265 479-527-6701 479-575-9444 479-287-4000 PHONE $ $ $$ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $$ $$ $$ $$ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ PRICE

TAKES OU YumYos Yogurt Frozen Yancey’s Dickson Street Dogs Street Dickson Yancey’s Tropical Smoothie at World Gym World at Smoothie Tropical Tropical Smoothie Starlight Skatium Shake’s Frozen Custard Frozen Shake’s Ozark Mountain Nut Roasters Nut Mountain Ozark Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Frozen Leaf Orange Neighborhood Neighborhood News Mr. O’s Nutrition O’s Mr. Maggie Moo’s Maggie Inta Juice Inta Great American Cookies American Great Fitness 4Less Fitness Edible Arrangements Dippin Dots Cold Stone Creamery Stone Cold Clubhaus Fitness Bobo’s Ribbon Ice Ribbon Bobo’s Blackboard Grocery &Eatery Grocery Blackboard Berry Natural Berry Arkadia Retrocade Andy’s Frozen Custard Frozen Andy’s 3 Crazy Berries 3 Crazy SNACKS/ICE CREAM Red Lobster NAME



The Fayetteville Ale Trail — a self-guided tour of Northwest Arkansas’s finest craft breweries — has added even more stops to its lager lineup. Grab your free passport and get ready to sample some of the region’s best microbrews. Get started at 1267 Steamboat 1267 Dickson Street Food Cart Food Street Dickson 2035 N. College N. 2035 3878 N. Crossover N. 3878 612 N. College N. 612 2835 N. College N. 2835 NWA Mall NWA 609 W. Dickson 609 NWA Mall NWA 3980 W. Wedington 3980 3155 N. College N. 3155 1145 W. MLK 1145 NWA Mall NWA 2668 Citizens #15 Joyce, E. 1204 NWA Mall NWA 160 E. Joyce E. 160 612 W. Dickson 612 1155 N. Tahoe Tahoe N. 1155 644 W. Dickson 644 3059 N. College N. 3059 1478 N. College N. 1478 1523 W. MLK 1523 1826 N. Crossover N. 1826 3885 N. Shiloh N. 3885 ADDRESS 479-966-4036 479-575-0186 479-582-4444 479-444-7827 479-444-9777 Seasonal 479-582-2200 479-445-9715 479-571-4629 479-521-8898 479-445-6692 479-521-2447 479-571-2348 479-935-4478 479-521-6881 479-582-9050 479-287-4287 479-442-2332 479-443-1479 479-966-4636 479-445-7844 479-582-9404 479-287-4489 479-442-2317 PHONE

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NAME/WEBSITE Flora, Flora, French Metro Antiques French Quarters Garden Living Good Things Boutique Grey Dog Vintage Boutique Hand Held Hand Handmade Market Himalyan Mountain Shop Houndstooth Clothing Co. Clothing Houndstooth The Independent The Denim & Essentials Impressions Boutique and Gifts I.O. Metro Modern Lacuna Lola Boutique Luxe Mae’s Emporium Mason’s Maude The Mustache Goods & Wears DICKSON STREET BOOK SHOP STREET DICKSON Local products, Fayetteville Fayetteville products, Local t-shirts, postcards and information Jewelry and gifts books Used Beer, wine, liquor and tobacco Women’s apparel & accessories accessories and clothing Outdoor DESCRIPTION Extensive collection of children’s quality clothing, shoes and gifts décor Home Children’s couture boutique Vintagevinyl, turntables, local and pop culture memorabilia Specialty Kitchen Shop Women’s and men’s clothing, handbags, shoes and accessories Textbooks for UA and NWACC, Razorback gifts and souvenirs t-shirts eco-friendly Hand-printed, Handmade goods, gourmet foods, luxury bath items and local products Contemporary resale, vintage clothing and adult costumes High quality furniture, rugs, lighting, accessories and art Gifts, pharmacy and snacks Adult-oriented gifts and novelties Gifts, wedding registry, home and Greek life merchandise bookshop specialized Small, Beads, jewelry and gifts PHONE 479-249-6123 479-287-4722 479-283-2225 479-521-7048 479-301-2055 479-442-8182 479-442-7525 479-443-2323 479-442-7735 479-249-8796 479-442-2266 479-442-6262 479-443-5432 479-442-3790 479-444-7778 479-444-8767 479-444-8767 479-966-0623 479-575-0609 479-444-6228 479-409-0509 479-521-5776 800-766-4626 325 Dickson W. 241 Dickson W. 628 Dickson W. 205 Dickson W. 21 S. Block ADDRESS 3854 N. Front 1 E. Center, Ste. 150 3660 N. Front 17 N. Block 18 E. Center 24 E. Meadow 624 Dickson W. 121 Township, W. Ste. 2 100 Center, W. Ste. 2 120 S. East 2826 E. Joyce 100 Dickson W. 418 Dickson W. 1364 Augustine 204 N. Block 106 N. Block 100 Center W.

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NAME 410 Vintage Abundant Treasures Antique Emporium Belle’s Plantation House Blue Goose Antiques Country Classic Antiques Daisies & Olives Antiques Fayetteville’s Funky Yardsale Fayetteville Trading Post & More The French Door French Metro Antiques French Quarter Antiques and Feather Nest Your Gift House Antiques Gingerbread Antiques and Room Tea Happy Trading Post The Homestead Antique Mall In Retrospect Keep it Country Antiques Lizzie B’s Vintage Shoppe Long Ago Antiques Long Ago Antiques Mae’s Emporium Place Where Treasures Are Found Remember When Antique Mall Antique When Remember The Rose Antique Mall & Flea Market Sara Kathryn’s, LTD Tontitown Flea Market & Antique Mall Vintage Antiques Vintage Rewind Vintage

FRENCH METRO ANTIQUES SHOPPING | 800-766-4626 SHOPPING ANTIQUES 80 OUTDOORS ALL THE WORLD’S A TRAIL KEY Fayetteville’s pedestrian and bike-friendly trails expand at a rate of two-to-three miles NATURE TRAIL per year, and the city’s Master Plan calls for a 100-mile interconnected system to STREET LINKAGE someday cross the region. These trails provide a safe and easily accessible route for car- free transportation and recreation. For more information, visit parks.accessfayetteville. EXISTING MULTI-USE TRAIL org or pick up a Trails Guide at the Visitor Center, 21 S. Block Ave. FUTURE MULTI-USE TRAIL 1 BAYARRI PARK TRAIL 6 DICKSON STREET/ U OF A LOOP 725 S. Regency N 36° 3’ 59.221” W 94° 9’ 55.580” OUTDOORS N 36° 3’ 13” W 94° 6’ 0.7” Get a feel for Fayetteville as you wind LAKE FAYETTEVILLE Running along the banks of the White through historic neighborhoods, the FAYETTEVILLE TRAILS River, this short trail is perfect for a jog. entertainment district and the university K C E LE E AR C R 4 16 Zion Rd. Length: 0.3 miles area. Offers flat stretches, gentle hills and

KITTY CREEK parking. Wilson Park trail is nearby. Joyce Blvd. 2 BRYCE DAVIS PARK TRAIL Length: 3.7 miles MUD CREEK

Old Missouri Rd. 1595 N. Dartmouth I-49 (formerly I-540) 20 N 36° 5’ 2.122” W 94° 12’ 31.1754” Crossover Rd. 7 FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

Salem Rd. This short, paved trail connects to a play- TRACK/ HARMON FIELD EK E CR D MU 1001 Stone 25 22 ground, two pond areas, a large pavilion 3 10 and a dog park. N 36° 3’ 41.786” W 94° 10’ 24.833”

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GarlandAve. 11 F N 36° 6’ 1.923” W 94° 12’ 46.406” 2 S Wedington Dr. U Rupple Rd. B L E T 8 T FINGER PARK TRAIL C This concrete multi-use trail runs along North St. R WHITE RIVER EE K Salem Rd. the south side of Clabber Creek through a 1525 S.E. Farmers 5 SCULL CREEK 40-acre natural area with two designated N 36° 2’ 57.079” W 94° 11’ 54.099” OWL CREEK 15 6 30 Dickson St. wetlands. Natural surface trail weaves through a Length:R 0.65 miles E IV R

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School Ave N 36° 3’ 46.027” W 94° 10’ 0.014” H 5 DALE CLARK PARK TRAIL C N A I-49 (formerly I-540) R B 26 With nature areas, benches for people S G IN R 560 N. Rupple P S O T A S. Armstrong Rd. watching and late night lighting, this trail 18 C N 36° 4’ 21.400” W 94° 12’ 58.018” connects the Mill District to Dickson

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W AR D S PARKING LOT PICNIC AREA BENCHES RESTROOMS LO U LAKE WILSON G H FISHING | OUTDOORS 83 OUTDOORS FAYETTEVILLE TRAILS 85 OUTDOORS 25 26 27 29 28 30 TSA LA GI TRAIL TSA 771 S. Hill N 36° 3.4667’ W 94° 10.1882’ The trail runs from the Hill Place apartments west to Razorback Rd. Length: 0.2 miles TRAIL WALKER 10 W. 15th N 36° 2’ 57.214” W 94° 9’ 37.805” This hard-surface trail connects to a two-loop trail at the senior center. Length: 0.7 miles WILSON TRAIL 675 N. Park N 36° 4’ 21.186” W 94° 9’ 39.595” This hard-surface trail will take you around one of the city’s largest parks. Length: 0.9 miles SHILOH TRAIL SHILOH Shiloh 3043 N. W 94° 10’ 50.230” 6’ 26.299” N 36° follows multi-use trail This 12-foot-wide, to of I-49 from Hwy. 112 the west side the future, this trail willMoore Ln. In this path to Cato Springscontinue along miles Road. Length: 0.75 TRAIL PAUL ST. 2300 Borick 7’ 43.115” N 36° 2’ 9.357” W 94° from Armstrong This paved trail stretches follows the old to City Lake Road and a remote, St. Paul Railroad bed providing the biker, walker tree-lined experience for or runner. Length: 0.78 miles TRAIL BRANCH CREEK TOWN 1753 S. Beechwood 11’ 7.666” N 36° 2’ 44.693” W 94° The first section of this important east- west trail includes at 50-foot bridge spanning Town Branch Creek. Length: 0.4 miles | 21 19 23 22 24 20 SCULL CREEK TRAIL 2800 N. Gregg N 36° 6’ 9.973” W 94° 9’ 46.833” A 12-foot-wide paved surface, six beautiful bridges over Scull Creek, lighting and the longest pedestrian tunnel in the state. Length: 4.4 miles 3770 Front 8’ 37.694” N 36° 7’ 11.411” W 94° hard-surface trail A multi-use 12-foot-wide area east runs from the Walmart/Target west to Scull to Old Missouri Road and Creek Trail. Length: 2.35 miles RIDGE TRAIL OAK 542 W. Center N 36° 3’ 46.1” W 94° 9’ 55.9” A half-mile trail that connects to Frisco and extends through the woods behind the Clinton House Museum and ends on the campus. Length: 0.5 miles TRAIL RAVEN 2100 E. Farr N 36° 6’ 30.8” W 94° 7’ 53.7” This paved loop in the south end of Red Oak Park is accessible to the school from the east. Length: 0.26 miles TRAIL RED OAK 4600 W. New Bridge N 36° 5’ 20.7” W 94° 13.51’ A paved loop in the south end of Red Oak Park, accessible at the end of Carlsbad Trace just north of Wedington Dr. Length 0.2 miles MOUNT SEQUOYAH/ MOUNT TRAIL DISTRICT HISTORIC Summit 100 N. 94° 8’ 51.574” 3’ 49.663” W N 36° once trail is relatively flat – This scenic the the top. Start from you’ve reached the Square and walk or jog Downtown miles the top. Length: 4.1 loop around the Square), (roundtrip from loop) 0.9 miles (top MUD CREEK TRAIL

15 18 17 16 1167 W. Knapp N 36° 5’ 43.8396” W 94° 10’ 36.5592” This trail runs west from Scull Creek Trail to Porter Road near the I-49 interchange. One of the trail’s biggest highlights is the large tunnel that runs under Garland Ave. Length: 2.3 miles TRAIL MOUNT KESSLER 2600 Judge Cummings Road N 36° 0’ 27.421” W 94° 1’ 97.915” Running alongside rock formations and hillsides, the Mount Kessler Trail is the newest addition to the trail system. Bikers and hikers can enjoy the view of Fayetteville and Prairie Grove’s skylines as they climb. Length: 8 miles/natural surface trail LAKE FAYETTEVILLE TRAIL LAKE FAYETTEVILLE 1350 E. Zion 1208 E. Fayetteville N 36° 8’ 17.139” W 94° 8’ 25.056” This paved and soft-surface trail combo has natural scenery and a bridge. Length: 4.5-mile multi-use trail, 5.5-mile nature trail TRAIL VALLEY MEADOW KING FISHER/ROOKERY TRAIL KING FISHER/ROOKERY SEQUOYAH LAKE AT 6608 E. Lake Sequoyah 3’ 52.659” N 36° 3’ 21.585” W 94° soft-surface More than three miles of of Lake nature trails along the side views of the Sequoyah with spectacular is available on the water and rocks. Parking south side. Length: 3.0 miles

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14 GORDON LONG PARK TRAIL PARK GORDON LONG JOE CLARK TRAIL AT LAKE WILSON 4668 S. Lake Wilson N 36° 0’ 3.574” W 94° 8’ 14.892” Soft-surface trail in a forested setting is perfect for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Pets allowed off leash. Length: 2.6 miles 3075 W. Marigold N 36° 5’ 20” W 94° 12’ 6.6” This 12-foot-wide asphalt trail provides beautiful views as it follows the west side of the creek through Wildwood Park. Length: 0.6 miles HAMESTRING CREEK TRAIL HAMESTRING GULLEY PARK TRAIL GULLEY PARK 1850 E. Township N 36° 5’ 45.029” W 94° 8’ 5.712” This lighted hard-surface trail is perfect for a quick jog or a leisurely walk and is suitable for baby strollers. Length: 1.5 miles GREGORY PARK TRAIL PARK GREGORY 69 E. Sycamore 9’ 26.752” N 36° 5’ 2.444” W 94° This soft-surface wooded trail in the center of town includes pavilions. Length: 0.6 miles 2800 N. Gregg 9’ 46.833” N 36° 6’ 9.973” W 94° loop. This is a hard-surfaced Length: 0.6 miles OUTDOORS | 800-766-4626 GULLEY PARK TRAIL GULLEY PARK OUTDOORS FAYETTEVILLE TRAILS FAYETTEVILLE 84 OUTDOORS CEDAR CREEK WATER SKI PARK 87

OUTDOORS water at the docks. Family memberships are based on the availability of water time. The water-ski park is also home to several high-caliber tournaments throughout the year. In 2014, the USA Water Ski and the American Water Ski Association’s International Activities Committee held the 2014 U.S. Junior Water Ski Team Trials at the ski park. Some of the finest athletes in the world were in town competing for a coveted spot on the U.S. Team at Cedar Creek. For more information, visit | SLALOM COURSE SLALOM NWA IN MAKE WAVES Located in the picturesque hills of Northwest Arkansas is Cedar Creek Water Ski Park, a free, family-friendly venue. The park consists of a pair of man-made lakes designed for three-event water-skiing – slalom, trick and jump. The East Lake is ideal for trick and distance jumps, while the West Lake is engineered to be the ultimate slalom destination. The park offers private water-ski lessons, ski camps or recreational skiing for the whole family from May to September. Other site amenities include a hot tub, outdoor shower area, fire pit, water volleyball, a barbecue area and fresh FISHING LICENSES Non-resident permits start at $11 for three days, and go up to $40 for one permits resident Arkansas while year, start at $5. Visit or call 501-223-6300. MULBERRY RIVER MULBERRY From late spring to early summer, the Mulberry River is a lovely spot for smallmouth, largemouth and spotted bass, as well as green and longear sunfish. For location information on these local lakes and fishing areas, visit www. KINGS RIVER Known for its large smallmouth bass, the Kings River also offers rock bass and channel catfish, as well as walleye and white bass near Table Rock Lake. Trophy fish commonly reach four to six pounds. WHITE RIVER has a variety The upper White River well as sunfish. of catfish and bass, as imitators, Spinnerbaits, crawfish tails) are and skirted jigs (with pork minnows, recommended, along with baits. Below crawfish and other natural Bull Shoals Dam, the White River transforms into an international trout- fishing destination. Fly-fishing is popular when waters are low; otherwise, johnboats with 10- to 20-hp motors are common.


LAKE WEDINGTON Located amid a lush hardwood forest, Lake Wedington holds bass, bream, crappie and catfish and is regularly stocked. Playgrounds, swimming, volleyball courts, horseshoes and hiking are available March through November, and a seven-mile hiking trail can be explored year-round. The area also has a lodge, pavilion, boat launching ramp, boathouse and overnight group camp. Boat motors above 10 hp are not allowed. LAKE FAYETTEVILLE Situated on the northern edge of the City of Fayetteville, the 194-acre Lake Fayetteville and surrounding 640-acre city park offer boating, panfish and bass fishing, softball and volleyball, hiking and dock, boat a include Amenities picnicking. accessible fishing piers and pavilions. BEAVER LAKE BEAVER Lake is theAt 28,370 acres, Beaver River and hasbirthplace of the White state- given up several 40-pound-plus, lake also offersrecord striper bass. The bass, whitelargemouth bass, smallmouth catfish asbass, crappie, bream, channel well as spoonbill catfish fishing. Visitors have access to both clear and dingy water fishing, while surrounded by limestone bluffs and the Ozark Mountains. The lake also has swimming beaches, hiking trails, boat launching ramps, group picnic shelters, amphitheaters and campgrounds. OUTDOORS | 800-766-4626 WHITE RIVER OUTDOORS GONE FISHING GONE 86 OUTDOORS

RAZORBACK REGIONAL GREENWAY OUTDOORS TRAVEL THE GREEN WAY RAZORBACK GREENWAY Stretching across several cities in Northwest Arkansas is the Razorback Regional Greenway, the longest system of interconnected trails in the state. The 36-mile biking and pedestrian trail begins in north Bentonville and ends in south Fayetteville.

It was built, in part, to promote active lifestyles and healthy living in Northwest Arkansas. The trail gives residents and visitors a space to run, bike, jog or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll in the beautiful outdoors.

The greenway also promotes alternative transportation by connecting an incredible number of public spaces – shopping areas, art and entertainment venues, schools, residential areas, historic sites, parks, playgrounds, hospitals, the U of A campus, several corporate headquarters and more – allowing people to forgo their cars and walk or bike to their destinations instead.

The Razorback Regional Greenway is 20 years in the making, and with that vision now realized, it gives bikers and pedestrians a safe space to call their own. Be sure to navigate part (or all!) of the Razorback Greenway’s 36 miles for yourself.


ARKANSAS GOOD BIKES LEWIS AND CLARK OUTFITTERS 3300 Martin Luther King, Fayetteville 4915 S. Thompson, Springdale 479-935-3345 479-756-1344

THE BIKE ROUTE LEWIS & CLARK OUTFITTERS 3660 N. Front #3, Fayetteville (U of A Campus) 479-966-4050 640 Garland, Fayetteville 479-695-0202 CLUBHAUS FITNESS 612 W. Dickson, Fayetteville PHAT TIRE BIKE SHOP (rents bicycles) 3761 North Mall, Fayetteville 479-966-4308 HIGHROLLER CYCLERY 322 W. Spring, Fayetteville 479-442-9311 | OUTDOORS 89 OUTDOORS NATURAL AREAS & PARKS 91 e ife habitat. ources and s natural rdening uncluttered OUTDOORS Madison Natural Area Mount Sequoyah Woods Regional Park Rocky Branch Park Stone Mountain Park Land Trammell Park Tsa La Gi Trail Village at Shiloh Park Land World Peace Wetland Prairie | Federation’s Certified Wildlife Habitat™ program. Sites must provide food s with man-made amenities or are remote and secluded. Those categorized a with man-made amenities or are remote and secluded. areas include: Brooks-Hummel Nature Preserve Gregg Avenue Natural Area Gregory Park Habitat for Humanity Park Land Hamestring Creek Trail – Bridgeport Dr. Hamestring Creek Trail – Granby St. Hill Place Park Land Lake Sequoyah Park Lake Wilson Park WILDLIFE HABITATS Twenty-six of Fayetteville’s parks are certified as part of the National Wildlif places for wildlife to raise their young. Sites must incorporate sustainable ga WILSON PARK HERE YOURSELF PARK acres of land, Fayetteville has 70 parks with 40 miles of pavedCovering more than 3,000 andlakes, 43 athletic fields/courts, a swimming pool, a BMX track and natural trails, three you want to do, it’s free of charge. Fayetteville parks are theeven a skate park. Whatever Concert Series or private gatheringsperfect place for public events such as the Summer like family reunions or birthday parties. and the latest events, visit For more information on all parks, including activities AREAS NATURAL They’re either popular but Many of the parks are designated natural areas. practices. These elements are all essential for a healthy and sustainable wildl Arkansas into a sanctuary for birds. Birding in Fayetteville and the Ozark Mountains has become an extremely popular activity. More than 200 species of birds make their home in the Ozarks for some part of the year, while many birds live here year-round. The Ozark Mountain hardwood forests, pine forests and streamsides provide a wonderful habitat for large species of birds. Bring your binoculars and your journal watching bird experience to ready get and at its finest. Terra Studios is the home of the famous “Bluebird of Happiness” and a beautiful place to enjoy bird watching in all seasons. Or enjoy birding by the beautiful water at Lake Fayetteville, a fabulous habitat for birds and wildlife, and at Woolsey Wetland Prairie, west of town. For more information, go to or call at 479-444-6880. | 800-766-4626

OUTDOORS One outcome of preserving these natural areas has been to turn Northwest FNHA was formed in January 2003 when the Western Methodist Assembly was preparing to sell Mount Sequoyah Woods. With the help of the city of Fayetteville, FNHA committed to raising $300,000 of the $1,300,000 selling price. The city acquired Mount Sequoyah Woods, and FHNA followed through on its fundraising commitment. The Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association (FNHA) is dedicated to conserving open space and green space, and believes in identifying and protecting Fayetteville’s most important natural areas. Furthermore, FNHA wants to foster, encourage and facilitate natural-area preservation projects within neighborhoods currently facing development. CONSERVING OUR NATURAL AREAS OUR NATURAL CONSERVING INDIGO BUNTING OUTDOORS NATURAL HERITAGE ASSOCIATION HERITAGE NATURAL 90 92 PLAY OUTSIDE OUTDOORS OUTDOORS castle. Waterandbathroomsavailable. two playgrounds,sixtenniscourtsand a bordering its21.5acres.Theparkfeatures Louise, Wilson,ProspectandPark Streets located inthecenterofcitywith Wilson Parkisthefirstandoldest park N 36°4’21.186”W94°9’39.595” 675 N.Park WILSON PARK social gatherings. racing, skateboarding,picnickingor handball/racquetball, tennis,BMX soccer, ultimateFrisbee,horseshoes, system, it’sagreatplaceforbaseball, The secondparkaddedtothecityparks N 36°2’57.214”W94°9’37.805” 10 W.15th WALKER PARK bathrooms available. outdoor entertainment.Waterand Bring ablanketorlawnchairandenjoy Thursday nightsthroughoutthesummer. The GulleyParkConcertSeriesoccurson N 36°5’45.029”W94°8’5.712” 1850 E.Township GULLEY PARK for girls,adultsandtournaments. with 300-footfields,thefacilityhostsgames Developed intoafour-plexsoftballcomplex N 36°6’11.837”W94°12’23.059” 2790 N.Salem SOFTBALL COMPLEX GARY HAMPTON Garden oftheOzarks. Complex, NorthShoreandtheBotanical marina/fishing, LakeFayettevilleSoftball Veterans’ MemorialPark,boatdockand of water,LakeFayettevilleParkhouses With 458acresoflandand194 N 36°8’17.139”W94°25.056” 1350 Zion,1208E.LakeFayetteville LAKE FAYETTEVILLE PARK CITY PARKS | 800-766-4626 are encouraged. garden. Suggestionsfornewlocations city wherepeoplecancometogetherto This programoffersplacesaroundthe GARDENS COMMUNITY for allages. socialization andextracurricularlearning center providesaplaceforrecreation, Located atRalphHayesPark,the 1595 N.DartmouthAve. FAYETTEVILLE IAMSDOGPARK 1640 ArmstrongAve. FAYETTEVILLE ANIMALSHELTER 4668 S.LakeWilsonRd. LAKE WILSON DOG PARKS YVONNE RICHARDSON CENTER active throughoutthesummermonths. riety ofdaycampsdesignedtokeepkids Held atvariousparks,thecityoffersava- SUMMER CAMPS benefiting theparksystem. and arteventinOctoberwithproceeds Wilson Parkhoststhisannualmusic ART WALK during thesummer. comfort ofthepoolonselectFridays Enjoy afreemoviefromthecool DIVE-IN MOVIES AT WILSONPOOL Thursday eveningsduringthesummer. A seriesoffreeconcertsheldonselect SUMMER CONCERT SERIES GULLEY PARK EVENTS

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| 800-766-4626 & RECREATION SPORTS FAYETTEVILLE COUNTRY CLUB COUNTRY FAYETTEVILLE 3335 Country Club, Fayetteville 479-442-5112, This private, 18-hole course is open year- round. Reservations are not accepted. The course has a driving range, and a golf pro is on-site. Metal spikes are not allowed. Tennis courts also available. BLESSINGS GOLF COURSE GOLF BLESSINGS 5826 Clear Creek, Fayetteville 479-444-6330 Private, 18-hole course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Home of the Razorback Golf Teams. GOLF 1208 E. Lake, Fayetteville PARK WALKER 10 W. 15th, Fayetteville (18 HOLES) LAKE FAYETTEVILLE AREA RECREATION DISC GOLF BOWLING LANES OZARK 2300 N. College, Fayetteville 479-442-4275 BIKING pages 80-83 See Trails Guide/Map STONEBRIDGE MEADOWS STONEBRIDGE GOLF COURSE SPORTS & RECREATION & SPORTS WHERE TO PLAY TO WHERE 96 98 HIGHER EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY OFARKANSAS |800-766-4626 schools. been rankedinthe top25publicbusiness College ofBusinesshasconsistently rankings. Since2005,theSamM. Walton and industrial engineering all hold national graduate programsforbothbiological rehabilitation educationandresearch, and of Law,thegraduateprogramfor The SchoolofArchitecture,the College Buys. to holdaplaceamongAmerica’s100Best universities, yettheinstitutioncontinues is rankedwithinthetop150research in nineschools.Nationally,theUofA undergraduate andgraduateprograms offers ahigh-calibereducationwith222 The state’sonlymajorresearchuniversity U ofAhome. and 4,200facultystaffcallthe attendance. Morethan26,000students the numberofnationalmeritscholarsin universities inthecountryasmeasuredby now amongthetop50collegesand Founded in1871,theuniversityis themselves. in multipleareasofstudyspeakfor students andtheirnotableachievements Fayetteville andthestate.Outstanding is amajorsourceofprideforboth education, theUniversityofArkansas As thestate’sflagshipinstitutionofhigher A LEGACY ETCHED INSTONE UNIVERSITY OFARKANSAS CAMPUS OLD MAINONTHE Arkansas . To learnmoreabouttheUniversity of and nationwide. mark forhighachievementinArkansas University ofArkansascontinually setsthe season, academicallyandathletically, the Semester aftersemester,season of Panama. Ricardo Martinelli,theformerpresident developer oftheheartpacemaker;and the DallasCowboys;J.WalterKeller, optic technology;JerryJones,ownerof listed areRobertMauer,inventoroffiber more thanfivemiles.Amongthealumni into SeniorWalk,apathwaystretching Main, everygraduate’snameisetched Beginning atthefrontstepsofOld overflows withbeautyandhistory. In additiontoacademics,thecampus organizations. in oneofmanyregisteredstudent of theuniversitypopulationparticipates within Fayetteville.Morethan50percent Arkansas havetrulyformedacommunity a school,studentsattheUniversityof America’s BestColleges.Morethanjust edition of out ofnearly1,800schoolsinthe2015 place amongnationalpublicuniversities Overall, theuniversityrankedin129th U.S. News U.S. and World Report’s World

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UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS OF UNIVERSITY 99 SPORTS RAZORBACK TRAVELING TO FAYETTEVILLE TRAVEL 101 TRAVEL n. SERVICES Airport Shuttle SERVICES Public Shuttle U of A Shuttle PHONE 479-205-1130 479-444-6862 479-205-0388 479-205-1130 479-444-1926 479-205-0100 PHONE PHONE PHONE 800-864-8331 800-221-1212 800-433-7300 479-718-7642 479-205-1000 WEBSITE WEBSITE WEBSITE 800-428-4322 702-505-8888 government/aviation | 800-521-0097 479-443-5466 479-521-8294479-409-6644 479-966-4111 479-460-1430 479-636-8294 479-205-0011 866-535-0127 479-442-6265 Bus 479-575-RIDE ADDRESS WEBSITE 2718 N. College enterprise.com2145 Creekview Drive 479-442-7368 1 Aiport NWA Mall

CITIES SERVED CITIES LOCATION PHONE WEBSITE LOCATION PHONE WEBSITE Chicago, Denver, Houston, Newark Charlotte Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit,Atlanta, Cincinnati, Memphis, Minneapolis/St. Paul Chicago, /Ft. Worth,Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Las Vegas, Orlando Angeles New York, Los XNA Airport 479-250-1594XNA AirportXNA Airport 479-205-0011 479-856-2888 Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville NWA Fayetteville Fayetteville LOCATION Fayetteville XNA Airport XNA Airport 1 AirportXNA Airport 1 Airport 479-205-1125 XNA Airport 1 AirportFayetteville 479-205-0900 XNA Aiport 1 AirportXNA Airport 1 Airport Fayetteville Enterprise Hertz XNA National Car Rental Thrifty Enterprise Hertz Fayetteville Budget Dollar RENTAL CARS Avis United US Airways Express Delta Air Lines American Airlines/ American Eagle Allegiant Air AIRLINES Fayetteville Executive Fayetteville Executive Field (FYV) Airport/Drake EXECUTIVE AIRPORTS EXECUTIVE Northwest Arkansas Northwest Airport (XNA) Regional BUSES & SHUTTLES TAXI, LIMO & CAR SERVICES UBER smart phone to request transportatio Uber is available in Fayetteville. Download the app for your AIRPORTS Abundant TransportationAmbassador Transportation XNA AirportServices AAA Car Service 479-553-8294Down Under Taxi Dynasty Limousine Dynasty Taxi Service Four Star Limousine Service Green Cab Co. Hotel Executive Transportation/ NWA Taxi Jim’s Express ShuttleLuxury Limousine ServicePinnacle Limo & Car Services XNA Airport NWA NWA 479-582-5466 479-205-0505 Jim’s Express Shuttle NWA 479-205-0011 Jefferson Bus Lines PUBLIC TRANSIT LOCATION PHONE WEBSITE Ozark Regional Transit Springdale 479-756-5901 (U of A) y I-540) A, ormation, 1B) Francisco, ort (XNA) ...... 317 miles ...... 336 miles ...... 314 miles ...... 632 miles ...... 577 miles ...... 398 miles . New Orleans...... 732 miles St. Louis...... miles 329 Memphis Dallas Wichita Shreveport Atlanta Chicago ...... 225 miles ...... 190 miles ...... 268 miles ...... 203 miles ...... 64 miles ...... 113 miles ...... 66miles ...... 118 miles .

| 800-766-4626 TRAVEL Follow the signs to exit the airport, then turn left (east) onto Hwy. 264 Follow the signs to exit the airport, then turn left turn right onto Hwy. 112/264 Go 3.5 miles to Cave Springs. At Cave Springs, east 6 miles to I-49 (formerl Go 0.4 miles. Turn left onto Hwy. 264 and travel Oklahoma City Kansas City DIRECTIONS FROM XNA TO MILES: 24 TOTAL FAYETTEVILLE, Hot Springs Little Rock Branson Springfield Tulsa Exit 67 - Fayetteville Business District (Northwest Arkansas Mall and Hwy. 7 provides a convenient option for transportation. Five major carriers fly to XN option for transportation. Five major carriers fly provides a convenient San from Dallas, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, providing direct flights inf metropolitan areas in the United States. For more Minneapolis and other visit or call 479-205-1000. FROM DRIVING DISTANCES FAYETTEVILLE MAJOR CITIES TO Fort Smith of these exits for Fayetteville: Take I-49 south for 10 miles and then take any Exit 66 - Hwy. 112, the 112 Drive-In Theatre and Sam’s Club Exit 64 - Lake Wedington Exit 62 - U of A campus Exit 60 - Visitors Center and the Downtown Fayetteville Square When you need to get here quickly, the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airp here quickly, the Northwest Arkansas Regional When you need to get GETTING AROUND TRAVEL TRAVELING TO FAYETTEVILLE TO TRAVELING 100 TRAVEL YOUR TWO-DAY ITINERARY Only have 48 hours to experience Fayetteville? Here's a handy itinerary with a two-day plan for must-see attractions. DAY 1: TRAVEL MORNING Breakfast at Little Bread Co.

University of Arkansas Campus Tour (page 98) TWO DAYS IN FAYETTEVILLE See the historic UA campus while walking or driving. If the weather is nice, park along Arkansas Avenue and walk towards the iconic towers #FAYINSIDER2016 @MARYBETH1403 of the Old Main building. The large lawn in front of the building, holds one of each of the state’s native trees.

MID-MORNING Clinton House Museum (page 16) Tour the starter home where Bill and Hillary Clinton were married and launched their political careers. Just steps away from the University of Arkansas, where the Clintons taught from 1974 to 1976.

LUNCH Downtown Square Visit the Historic Downtown Square for lunch at a restaurant like DAY 2: Tiny Tim’s Pizza. (We recommend ordering the Meathead pizza.) MORNING Breakfast at The Farmer's Table AFTERNOON Air and Military Museum (page 20) Traditional breakfast food made fresh using locally sourced and Head south to the Air and Military Museum, which houses a organic ingredients. collection of vintage aircraft still in flight condition, modern planes from the post-World War II era and static displays of key military MID-MORNING Terra Studios (page 36) aircraft from the Vietnam era. Drive 20 minutes east of the city to visit the magical artist sanctuary, watch glassblowers create the famous Bluebirds of Happiness, and EVENING Sunset at Mount Sequoyah (page 9) explore the whimsical creations on the grounds. Drive to the top of Mount Sequoyah for a sweeping view of TWO DAYS IN FAYETTEVILLE DAYS TWO downtown and watch the sun set from the retreat center’s scenic LUNCH Hugo’s overlook. Return to downtown for a burger lunch at Hugo’s, a funky cellar diner with a big beer selection. DINNER Herman’s Ribhouse Order a steak from the popular Herman’s Ribhouse on College AFTERNOON Fayetteville Underground (page 40) Avenue. While you're on the Square, walk through the art on display at the Underground and visit the studios of resident artists. NIGHTCAP Maxine’s Taproom EARLY Known for its cocktails, the low-key atmosphere of Maxine’s EVENING Ale Trail Passport at Visitor Center (page 62-63) Taproom is a relaxing way to wrap up your first day in Fayetteville. Cross the street to the Visitor Center and get a free passport that will guide you through the city’s collection of microbreweries. Have dinner at Apple Blossom Brewery.

NIGHTCAP George’s Majestic Lounge (page 53) Established in 1927, George’s is the place to be for live music year-round.

Shulertown Food Truck Court (page 50) After the show, order a late-night snack from the food trucks in Shulertown on Dickson Street. | TRAVEL 103 #FAYINSIDER2016 @PHOTO.VENTURES TRAVEL FAYETTEVILLE IN A DAY You could easily spend your whole vacation in Fayetteville, but if you have only one day, here's your plan:

TRAVEL MORNING Breakfast at Arsaga's at the Depot Arsaga's practically elevates breakfast to an art with high quality OTHER ITINERARY IDEAS coffee, crepes and more. OR IF YOU’D LIKE... MID-MORNING Dickson Street Bookshop Get lost in the huge selection of vintage and out-of-print reading However you’d like to spend your time in Fayetteville, these top suggestions should material in this used bookstore. help you tailor your ideal visit.

LUNCH Shopping on the Historic Downtown Square Browse the shops and boutiques on the downtown square for • Take a stroll through the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market one-of-a-kind souvenirs. Then drop into one of the restaurants for a gyro or a burger. LAZY • Sip a coffee and people-watch at Mama Carmen's MORNINGS • Walk along the paved trail on the Razorback Greenway AFTERNOON Arkadia Retrocade (page 25) • Go fishing at Lake Wedington Play a collection of vintage arcade games like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong and more. No quarters required. • Find the perfect outfit at a boutique on the Downtown Square Botanical Garden of the Ozarks (page 21) SPECIALTY • Pick out a new record at Block St. Records If video games aren't your thing, stroll through the beautiful SHOPPING • Browse imported French antiques at French Metro natural gardens featuring sculptures and native plants. • Pick out a new release at Nightbird Books Wilson Park See the famous "fantasy play castle sculpture garden" landmark ESSENTIAL FAYETTEVILLE ESSENTIAL • See a play at TheatreSquared or the Walton Arts Center that attracts visitors to the city every year. ARTS AND • Admire the exhibits at the Fayetteville Underground CULTURE DINNER Theo's or Bordinos • Explore the artist commune of Terra Studios Dress up for dinner and indulge in gourmet Italian food at • See the works of UA art students at sUgAR art gallery. Bordinos or New at Theo's.

NIGHTLIFE Show at Walton Arts Center (page 39) • View memorabilia from President Bill Clinton’s early political This performing arts venue brings in Broadway classics, musicals, campaigns at the Clinton House Museum entertainers and more. • Catch a Civil War battle re-enactment at the Prairie Grove RELIVING State Park or Pea Ridge National Military Park HISTORY • See Sam Walton’s first plane at the Arkansas Air & Military Museum • Visit the Headquarters House, which served as a command post for both armies during the Civil War

• Relax at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks • Take a blanket and a book to Wilson Park BEING ONE WITH • Walk the trail at Lake Fayetteville NATURE • Experience scenic Mount Sequoyah • Birdwatch at Woolsey Wetland Prairie | TRAVEL 105 106 SCENIC BYWAYS TRAVEL TRAVEL |800-766-4626 ATTRACTIONS: MulberryRiverFloat Trips,EurekaSprings,Terra Studios LENGTH: 19miles intersection withArkansas16atBrashears. ROUTE: Arkansas23fromthesouthboundary oftheOzarkNationalFores 165-mile OzarkHighlandsTrail. especially popularduringthoseseasons.TheroutecrossestheMulberry Ri summer andfall.Springwildflowersbrilliantautumnfoliagemake thero the settingforthisroute,whichcreatesaspectacularviewoffoliage during The ruggedandforestedBostonMountainsregionoftheOzarkMountain PIG TRAILSCENICBYWAY Historic Site,OzarkHighlandsTrail ATTRACTIONS: ArkansasWineCountry,Devil’sDenStatePark,Ft.Smith National LENGTH: 35miles byways, U.S.71andI-49,bothofwhichrunbetweenAlmaFayetteville ROUTE: TheBostonMountainsScenicLoopconsistsoftwostate-designa countryside. Loop onU.S.71offersmanygoodlocationstopullofftheroadandcommu broad togivethosetraveling70mphagoodlookatthemountaintops.The Both routesofferimpressivemountainvistas.ThesoaringhighwayofI-49is highway. ridges withseveralsoaringbridgesandatunnelcarryingthespeedingtraffic Not fartothewest,I-49(formerlyI-540)defeatsmountains,streams,va towns, roadsidefarms,antiqueshopsandtravelcourts. travelers tointimatelyexperiencetheruggedterrain.Alongwayaresma U.S. 71risesandfalls,twiststurnsthroughtheBostonMountainrange,a most scenicmotorcyclerides. make theBostonMountainsScenicLoop,oneofmostinterestingdriving Two verydifferentroadscrossingthehighestpartofOzarkMountains SCENICLOOP/U.S. ANDI-49 71 HIT THEROAD . ver andthe s provides combine to spring, Boston sufficiently ne withthe ute ofasuper lleys and llowing ted scenic ll mountain toursand t toits #FAYINSIDER2016 @SARANEUFELD #FAYINSIDER2016 @ODECK_THE_PROF HOTELS HOTELS WHERE TO STAY


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