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Bella Vista

Established in 1917 as a summer resort destination, Bella Vista is a recreational community offering five golf courses, miles of nature trails and parks for hiking, biking, swimming and much more. The city has transitioned from being a primarily retirement-focused community to welcoming young couples and families.

Bella Vista residents enjoy seven lakes, a marina, large treed lots, wooded common grounds, seven golf courses, tennis courts, the Mildred Cooper Chapel, parks with playgrounds as well as dog parks, and miles of gorgeous hiking and mountain bike trails. Currently, home to the Blowing Springs and the Back 40 soft-surface trail systems, Bella Vista will soon be home to over 100 miles of world-class trails.

POPULATION

30,104

MEDIAN HOME

168,900

COUNTY

BENTON

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Ranked one of America’s Top 10 Best Healthy Places To Retire, and one of the Top 25 best places for affordable homes, Bella Vista has a lot to offer. With 36,000 acres of rolling hills, waterfalls, hiking and biking trails, lakes and overall natural beauty, when you come for a visit, you won’t want to leave.

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The Greater Bentonville Chamber of Commerce promotes a healthy, vibrant economy while protecting and advancing the interest of their members and the Bella Vista community.

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Visitor’s guide to all things Bella Vista, a premier recreational community offering seven golf courses, stocked private lakes, swimming pools, miles of hiking and biking trails for all levels, parks, picnic areas and much more.

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Bella Vista is a unique and young city, incorporated in 2007 by a vote of its residents. Today, nearly 30,000 people call the city home, and a great place to live and play.

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Bella Mente Montessori provides K-6 students with the opportunity to acquire an education based on a quality curriculum founded on the educational philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori.

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Bella Vista Public Schools

Students living in Bella Vista go to different school districts depending on their home address in Bella Vista. Students living in central and eastern Bella Vista typically attend Bentonville Schools. Students living on the west side of Bella Vista typically attend Gravette Schools. Some students living on the far east side of Bella Vista attend Pea Ridge Schools.

Bentonville SchoolsGravette SchoolsPea Ridge Schools

A society of volunteers who believe in the preservation and promotion of Bella Vista’s tree canopy.

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Bella Vista Animal Shelter’s mission is to rescue and rehabilitate the homeless animals of the City of Bella Vista, providing food, shelter and medical care for animals in need until they can be adopted into loving homes. 

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Nearly forty miles of trails tailored for mountain biking and hiking of all levels. Here you’ll find ledges, rock features, jumps, and other exciting features. This Bella Vista gem is open to the public from 5 A.M. to 10 P.M. daily.

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An adventure awaits trail runners and mountain bikers alike at this beautiful park in the heart of Bella Vista. The moderate rated loop trail includes caves, a waterfall, natural springs, and an overlook.

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This 2.2 mile loop offers a variety of scenery including creeks, lakes, cascades, and waterfalls. The terrain is partially paved, making it ideal for all skill levels.

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A popular out and back trail with a scenic lake view. The paved path is perfect for walking, running, and biking. An additional playground and picnic area makes this spot ideal for families.

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Ranked one of America’s Top 10 Best Healthy Places To Retire, and one of the Top 25 best places for affordable homes, Bella Vista has a lot to offer. With 36,000 acres of rolling hills, waterfalls, hiking and biking trails, lakes and overall natural beauty, when you come for a visit, you won’t want to leave.

LEARN MORE

The Greater Bentonville Chamber of Commerce promotes a healthy, vibrant economy while protecting and advancing the interest of their members and the Bella Vista community.

LEARN MORE

Visitor’s guide to all things Bella Vista, a premier recreational community offering seven golf courses, stocked private lakes, swimming pools, miles of hiking and biking trails for all levels, parks, picnic areas and much more.

LEARN MORE

Bella Vista is a unique and young city, incorporated in 2007 by a vote of its residents. Today, nearly 30,000 people call the city home, and a great place to live and play.

LEARN MORE

Bella Mente Montessori provides K-6 students with the opportunity to acquire an education based on a quality curriculum founded on the educational philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori.

LEARN MORE

Bella Vista Public Schools

Students living in Bella Vista go to different school districts depending on their home address in Bella Vista. Students living in central and eastern Bella Vista typically attend Bentonville Schools. Students living on the west side of Bella Vista typically attend Gravette Schools. Some students living on the far east side of Bella Vista attend Pea Ridge Schools.

Bentonville SchoolsGravette SchoolsPea Ridge Schools

A society of volunteers who believe in the preservation and promotion of Bella Vista’s tree canopy.

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Bella Vista Animal Shelter’s mission is to rescue and rehabilitate the homeless animals of the City of Bella Vista, providing food, shelter and medical care for animals in need until they can be adopted into loving homes. 

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Nearly forty miles of trails tailored for mountain biking and hiking of all levels. Here you’ll find ledges, rock features, jumps, and other exciting features. This Bella Vista gem is open to the public from 5 A.M. to 10 P.M. daily.

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An adventure awaits trail runners and mountain bikers alike at this beautiful park in the heart of Bella Vista. The moderate rated loop trail includes caves, a waterfall, natural springs, and an overlook.

LEARN MORE

This 2.2 mile loop offers a variety of scenery including creeks, lakes, cascades, and waterfalls. The terrain is partially paved, making it ideal for all skill levels.

LEARN MORE

A popular out and back trail with a scenic lake view. The paved path is perfect for walking, running, and biking. An additional playground and picnic area makes this spot ideal for families.

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