301 South 45th Street
Rogers, AR 72758
Phone: (479) 636-3232
Fax: (479) 636-3236
301 South 45th Street, Rogers, AR, US, 72758
- Phone: (479) 636-3232
- Fax: (479) 636-3236
The Benton County Courthouse is a historic courthouse that dates back to 1928. Architect A. O. Clark who designed this structure, differed from the regular Italianate style and followed the Classical Revival style of architectural design. Included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, it is still operational and used by the Benton County.
Originally consisting the Gaylord High School, the structure today stands as the Old High Middle School which is a school of excellence. Just as the vision of the school suggests, 'Excellence with Every Step', the school features an excellent staff too, to get the students to reach that level of excellence. The structure is a building with historical significance and is a landmark of the community of Bentonville.
This natural woodlands garden showcases six and a half acres of more than 300 species native plants and trees, walking trails and prairie. The Conference Centre at Compton Gardens is available for parties, reunions, seminars, trainings and lecture series.
The 11,646-acre area is open for limited outdoor recreation and nature study, and offers undeveloped access to 28,000-acre Beaver Lake. Arkansas State Parks, the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission jointly manage this property. The Management Area includes an all-weather public firing range and regulated seasonal hunting opportunities. Three trails offer 11 miles of hiking and five remote, primitive campsites.
"Monte Ne" which means "Mountain Water," was a resort that was built by William "Coin" Harvey which consisted of three hotels, a bank, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course over 320 acres (129 hectares) of land. The two hotels were known as some of the bulkiest log buildings in the town, the tower over one of the structures is the only structure visible. The enclosed pool consisted of slides that let the water in from the spring into the pool. A drop in the water level attracts several people of all ages and makes this place a popular recreational destination.
Library features include a spacious children's area, which includes space for programs, crafts, computer activities, and filtered Internet access.
This family fun center is a huge 220,000 square feet that includes conference center, swimming pools, ice skating rink, gym, classrooms and much more.
This premier indoor multi sports facility is 130,000 square feet with basketball courts, indoor soccer fields, an arcade, dance studio and retail center. This is the home of Blue Bombers Basketball and the Ozark Volleyball Club.
The Pea Ridge National Military Park is a celebrated military park site, that is precisely situated in the northwestern region of the U.S. State of Arkansas. It comprehensively encompasses a mammoth land area of 4,300 acres (1,740 hectares). The park site preserves and protects the site where the American Civil War Battle of Pea Ridge took place. The military park was established in the year 1862. It also stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. The Elkhorn Tavern that stands as the center for the second day's fighting is an eminent site at the venue.
Beaver Lake has a 500-mile shoreline that winds through more than 70 miles of scenic Northwest Arkansas. Visitors can enjoy fishing, hunting and hiking.
With a foundation built in 1832, War Eagle Mill is the only working mill in Arkansas, still powered by an 18-foot cypress waterwheel. It is believed to be the "only undershot water wheel currently in operation in the United States." War Eagle Mill uses only the finest quality grains, ground fresh daily, to produce its products. The mill, gift shop and restaurant are open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A botanical garden in Arkansas, Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is located between Fayetteville and Springdale. It is a garden with seasonal plantings in a small area, a wildflower meadow, a lakeside hiking trail and a self-guided tree identification tour. It is a volunteer-led initiative and is run by a non-profit organization. They host various events having a focus on educational themed meetings. There is a farmers’ market in the premises as well. The garden can be rented out for weddings and photography events. Check website for more details.