Cross country mountain bike racing returns to Fayetteville for the annual Kessler Mountain Jam and a weekend of riding and racing at one of the region's most iconic trail systems.
Horseback riding feels like something you'd do on vacation in a movie. Add it to your bucket list for your next visit to Fayetteville and live out your dreams! Whether you're a seasoned equestrian or sitting in the saddle for the first time, you'll find a great spot to ride horseback in Fayetteville. Check out these popular spots to saddle up and explore the beautiful Ozark Mountain trails in a whole new way.
Our picturesque town of Fayetteville will host the 2021 Spartan Trail US Championship, the foundation of the long-term vision Spartan has for its trail business. Four distances in total, with two championship distances that will split a prize purse of over $12,000.
In the heart of one of our city’s most appreciated parks, the community gathers to enjoy a long-standing tradition of outdoor live music and food truck rally on six different occasions each summer. Hundreds of lounge chairs and blankets are scattered around the park to enjoy the atmosphere in countless ways. Family-friendly music brings all walks of life together and spectators are encouraged to bring their furry friends as well.
The Fayetteville Film Fest attracts films, filmmakers, and audiences from all over the world to the gateway of the Ozark Mountains in the beautiful Northwest Arkansas town of Fayetteville. After a long, crazy year, why not treat yourself to an experience like no other, at the Fayetteville Film Festival this November 11 through 13, 2021!
We’ve reached that time of year where there are more fair-weather days than bad. Instead of spending that time inside, binging yet another season of New Girl, grab a friend, a dog, or a good book and spend the afternoon at Ozark Natural Foods on the patio. The patio is fitted with tables, comfy seating, swings, and an area to set up your hammock.
The 2nd Annual SOAR NWA hot air balloon festival returns to Fayetteville on August 28, 2021. Offering something for everyone, the event includes a variety of hot air balloon activities (weather permitting), a kid's zone, beer garden, live music, and various aeronautics activities.
Run, don’t walk, to Mount Sequoyah for their upcoming dance collective “New Movement at Mount Sequoyah,” to view an eye-opening performance by BODYSONNET! The performance will start at 7:30 pm on both Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30. The outdoor performance at Vesper Point on Mount Sequoyah is a culmination of a three-week residency with community engagement.
Botanical Garden of the Ozarks will kick off its Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 25 from 1:00 - 5:00 pm.
Spring has arrived at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks! The BGO will be hosting its 2021 Spring Plant Sale on April 23-24.
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