Fayetteville, Arkansas, is the perfect fall destination, whether you’re coming with loved ones, besties or traveling solo. Fayetteville is surrounded by the Ozarks and Boston Mountains, which have some of the most breathtaking fall foliage in the country and offer endless activities in the outdoors, from hiking to fishing to mountain biking.

Our eclectic community has countless family friendly activities; legendary nightlife and entertainment, including live music and performance arts; dining options from elegant and quirky restaurants to food trucks; boutiques for shopping; events nearly every weekend; and more.
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Discover the Food Scene in Fayetteville

If you're a foodie, you're in luck. Fayetteville has an authentic, passionate and diverse food culture that reflects the city's personality. Whatever you or your crew are hungry for, Fayetteville serves it up.

Enjoy the Outdoors and Arts in Fayetteville

Two of the most popular things to do in Fayetteville are enjoying the abundance of outdoor activities and our flourishing arts scene. Since Fayetteville has a temperate climate year round, visitors can play outside during every season, whether it's hiking, biking or floating a nearby river. Fayetteville's arts culture includes a wide variety of visual and performing arts throughout our community, which invests in and supports its local artists. Don't just take our word for it; listen to these locals tell you all about it

Ride Around Our Bike-Friendly City

As Big Red shows you in the video below, a great way to explore Fayetteville is to enjoy the new VeoRide bikeshare program. Ride the Razorback Greenway and many trails within the city, or simply get around town, by using these fun bikes.

 


SOUNDS LIKE FAYETTEVILLE:

Check out our Spotify playlist of songs we think perfectly embody a "soundtrack to Fayetteville", featuring bands from our city you can catch playing at venues around town.

 

Image at top courtesy of Arkansas Parks & Tourism