The University of Arkansas Lady Razorbacks will host Oklahoma State, Wichita State and DePaul this week in Fayetteville for the first round of the 2018 NCAA Division I Softball Championship.
The games will be held May 18-20 at Bogle Park on the University of Arkansas campus. This is the first time in program history the Razorbacks softball team will play host to an NCAA Regional in Fayetteville, and the eighth tournament appearance for the program.
Fayetteville will host the 41st annual Joe Martin Stage Race and Gran Fondo on April 12-15. The event is one of the longest and continually held races in the country, and has become one of the premiere events on the professional cycling tour.
Along with celebrating its 41st anniversary as an amateur race, this will be the 16th year the Joe Martin Stage Race is included on the USA Cycling Professional Race Tour and the fourth year on the Union Cycliste International America's Tour calendars. The PRT is the pro and elite amateur cycling tour of USA Cycling.
The 2018 University of Arkansas men’s baseball season is underway, and the Razorbacks are looking to make their way to Omaha for the College World Series. Coached by Dave Van Horn, watching the “Diamond Hogs” at Baum Stadium is one of the most popular things to do in Fayetteville during the spring and summer months.
The third annual Frozen Toes 15K Trail Run will take place Saturday, January 13, 2018 on the Kessler Mountain Trails. The race is perfect for runners looking to transition from a 5K or 10K to a longer distance and will be a great opportunity to see the newly expanded, multi-purpose trails on Kessler Mountain.
Thirty years of Arkansas Mountain Biking culminates April 6-8 for one amazing weekend of celebration at the birthplace of Arkansas Mountain Biking— Devils Den State Park!
Fayetteville is home to great facilities for baseball, basketball, biking, bowling, equestrian, fishing, football, frisbee golf, golf, gymnastics, ice skating, rock climbing, skateboarding, softball, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, volleyball and more! See a summary of our spaces below. We would love to help set up your team’s tournament or find the perfect facility for your next big game! For questions or a full list of our sports facilities, contact our sports sales manager or call us at 479-521-5776.
In Northwest Arkansas, we love to call the Hogs and fill the stands for home games! So, whether you're visiting with an opposing team or you're in town to cheer on the Razorbacks, welcome to Fayetteville. We can't wait for you to experience game day in our beautiful Ozark Mountain surroundings.
Arkansas has a long tradition of backing its Razorbacks, whether it's football, baseball, basketball, volleyball or any of the other eight sports at the University of Arkansas. Hog fans come out in full force to root on their team.
New in 2016: Kessler Mountain Regional Park A great facility for youth recreation, tournaments, soccer and baseball with plan to grown and include many more facilities and amenities.
The new park is just off Cato Springs road in south Fayetteville and plans to be an epicenter for sports and activities. It’s 200 acres already boasts 6 full-size lighted soccer fields (each of which can be split into multiple youth fields) and four baseball fields.
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