The Historic Washington County Courthouse first opened in 1905 and is still home to Washington County Archives and Circuit Court IV. The building is prominent in the Fayetteville skyline and is a recognizable landmark to area residents.
Photo by Jonathan Tannehill
Arvest ballpark is the Springdale-based home field for the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, one of the two minor league baseball teams in Arkansas.
Courtesy of Fayetteville Visitors Bureau
Wilson Park is Fayetteville's first and oldest park, located in the center of the city with Louise, Wilson, Prospect, and Park Streets bordering its 21.5 acres. The park features two playgrounds, six tennis courts, and a castle.
Founded in 1871, the University of Arkansas, the state's flagship institute of higher education, is among America's 100 Best College Buys, is the only major research university in Arkansas, and boasts several nationally-ranked programs.
Photo by Russell Cothren 2013
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Fall foliage is vibrant and plentiful in the Ozark Mountains.
Photo by Wesley Hitt
First opened in 1992 and renovated in 2016, the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville stands at the heart of the Dickson Street Entertainment District and is the premier center for arts and entertainment in Arkansas.
Hiking, backpacking, and mountain biking draw outdoor enthusiasts to the natural, rugged scenery of Devil's Den State Park and the surrounding Ozark National Forest.
Devil's Den State Park