Springdale Arkansas

Welcome to Springdale. Due to our population boom over recent years, it is hard to tell where Fayetteville ends, and Springdale begins. That isn’t to say that there isn’t plenty of unique things to do here! Visitors and homeowners alike will have no problem finding an activity that suits their personality.

City Resources

Here is a list of common city resources we think you might need if you are thinking of moving to Springdale.

Things to Do in Springdale

 Arvest Bank provides us with our own minor league baseball team. A Naturals game is great and affordable fun for the whole family. If you would rather play sports than watch them then the Jones Center may be the spot for you. This activity center is home to a variety of classes and courses for people of all skill levels! Inside there is an ice rink, fitness center, and gymnastics studio, and much more. Outside you will find many bike paths including a new skills course! To learn about local wildlife and outdoor recreation look to the JB and Johnelle Hunt Family Ozark Highlands Nature Center. This is one of the latest additions to NWA and allows children and adults to learn about the natural wonder where they live. Check out the downtown area for block parties and local festivals year round.

Places To Eat in Springdale

Black Apple Cider was Arkansas's first cidery. This hometown favorite uses local ingredients and keeps a packed schedule with events and entertainment year-round. For more local brews and great food stop by The Odd Soul. This restaurant has a rotating menu of beers on tap with a focus on local brews, as well as amazing pizzas, calzones, and wings to compliment your drinks. Join Team Springdale on the Taco Tour highlighting some of the best places to get quality and authentic tacos. We couldn’t mention Springdale without talking about our famous local craft beers and wines. Sassafras Springs Vineyard is a renowned vineyard that calls Springdale home.

Outdoor Activities

Runway Bike Park is a state-of-the-art outdoor bike skills training course at the Jones Center for every skill level. If you are downtown, look at Walter Turnbow Park. This newly renovated park is dedicated to Walter Turnbow, a local resident who served his community for over 70 years, is the perfect place to hang out with your friends and family. Fitzgerald Mountain Bike Trail is a network of dirt trails that is punctuated by boulders, rocky descents, ammd climbs perfect for all skill levels. Every year you can attend Rodeo of the Ozarks, a venue and event by the same name. This event is kicking off about the time that this is being written, June 23-26. Don’t let the name fool you though, this venue holds much more than just the rodeo. There are many exciting events at the stadium such as a demolition derby in August, a carnival in October, and a Christmas parade right after Thanksgiving.