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Fayetteville

CITIES

Fayetteville

From the arts to nightlife to nature, Fayetteville provides something for everyone. It is home to the University of Arkansas, eclectic restaurants and culinary experiences, and more than 50 parks and natural areas.

POPULATION

93,949

MEDIAN HOME

219,200

COUNTY

Washington

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Fayetteville is a thriving community of 85,000+ residents (2018 Census estimate). As the third-largest city in Arkansas, Fayetteville provides all of the resources and advantages of a large city while maintaining a quality of life that remains true to its unique heritage. Fayetteville is the county seat of Washington County, Arkansas.

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The convention and visitors bureau for the city of Fayetteville, Arkansas, promoting local experiences and adventure for all ages through arts, outdoors, cuisine, and more.

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One of the largest and top-performing Chambers in the state, the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to lead and serve their members to promote a strong business climate—facilitating positive community interaction for continued economic development and enhance quality of life.

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A level II trauma center and the largest hospital in the region with a network of primary care and specialty clinics, located in Fayetteville. Washington Regional is committed to improving the health of people in communities we serve through compassionate, high quality care, prevention and wellness education.

Part of the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks, the hospital provides outpatient services, including counseling and access to support groups. Many veterans choose to live in Northwest Arkansas because any city in the region is a short drive from the VA hospital in Fayetteville.

With five branches in the city and branches in West Fork, Farmington and Prairie Grove, The Bank of Fayetteville has always believed in the philosophy of taking care of its community and its employees.

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American multinational consumer goods corporation, with their brands trusted in millions of living rooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms passed down from generation to generation.

The flagship of the University of Arkansas system, comprising 10 colleges and schools, and offering more than 200 academic programs, including the nationally competitive Sam M. Walton College of Business and the newly established School of Art, made possible by a $120 million gift from the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation—the largest gift ever given to a U.S. university to support or establish a school of art.

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A family-centered program facility designed to provide best practices in early childhood education, for ages 8 weeks to 5 years, and to enhance the learning experience for University of Arkansas students.

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A K-12 private school in Fayetteville instilling confidence and engaging learners to lead through collaboration and compassion. The New School is ranked No. 1 in the nation by The Best Schools on their list of 50 Best Private Elementary Schools in the U.S.

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With campus locations in Bentonville, Rogers, Fayetteville, and Springdale, Haas Hall is a public charter secondary, college preparatory school for grades 7-12. Haas Hall’s accelerated curriculum is designed to educate, challenge and inspire their scholars for their higher educational pursuits.

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A leader in Arkansas public education, Fayetteville Public Schools create a personalized learning experience to help students exceed expectations and achieve their fullest potential in an inclusive and safe environment.

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OLC helps their students learn and improve their reading, spelling, grammar, writing, pronunciation, and conversational English skills through one-on-one tutoring and classes.

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Seeds That Feed works alongside farmers to move excess foods to accessible foods, making eating healthier a reality for thousands of our neighbors who are not always as fortunate. Through the collection and redistribution of surplus foods, Seeds That Feed breaks down barriers to healthier eating, all while eliminating waste.

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NWA Equality is a community education and advocacy organization working to achieve full equality while creating an environment that embraces and supports the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community of Northwest Arkansas.

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Canopy NWA works to create a community where refugees are welcomed and equipped with all they need to build new lives and thrive.

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The Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks draws more than 80,000 visitors a year. The garden is a collection of twelve different themed gardens that include the region’s only native butterfly house. It is a member-supported public space that promotes education, environmental awareness, and serves as one of the community’s most unique and beautiful natural spaces.

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Wilson Park is a 22.7 acre park located in the center of Fayetteville. It is the city’s oldest and most popular park. The park features: The Wilson Park Pool, beautiful pocket gardens, a spring fed creek, a castle and a 100 year old Osage Orange tree. Wilson Park serves as a place to play and a place to recharge for the community.

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This 27-acre park includes attractions such as Niokaska Creek, open fields, a pond and a 1.5 mile paved trail surrounding the park. Each Summer, the Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department offers a series of free outdoor concerts featuring family-friendly local and regional talent.

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Lake Fayetteville comprises 458 acres of land and 194 acres of water. The lake offers an abundance of outdoor recreation for outdoor enthusiasts like: North Shore Park with a disc golf course, a boat dock and fishing marina, several softball fields, 5.5 miles of nature trails and 4.3 miles of hard surface multi use trails.

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A mountain biker and hiker’s paradise five minutes from downtown Fayetteville. Kessler Mountain Regional Park in Southwest Fayetteville comprises some 620 acres around historic Kessler Mountain. The park serves as a 400-acre nature preserve, regional sports park, and a popular hiking and mountain-biking destination.

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Located on the historic downtown Fayetteville square, the market offers the best local produce, flowers, meats, baked goods, and juried crafts from the four-county area. All producers at the market grow and make their products independently and live within 60 miles of Fayetteville, AR.

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Fayetteville is a thriving community of 85,000+ residents (2018 Census estimate). As the third-largest city in Arkansas, Fayetteville provides all of the resources and advantages of a large city while maintaining a quality of life that remains true to its unique heritage. Fayetteville is the county seat of Washington County, Arkansas.

LEARN MORE

The convention and visitors bureau for the city of Fayetteville, Arkansas, promoting local experiences and adventure for all ages through arts, outdoors, cuisine, and more.

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One of the largest and top-performing Chambers in the state, the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to lead and serve their members to promote a strong business climate—facilitating positive community interaction for continued economic development and enhance quality of life.

LEARN MORE

A level II trauma center and the largest hospital in the region with a network of primary care and specialty clinics, located in Fayetteville. Washington Regional is committed to improving the health of people in communities we serve through compassionate, high quality care, prevention and wellness education.

Part of the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks, the hospital provides outpatient services, including counseling and access to support groups. Many veterans choose to live in Northwest Arkansas because any city in the region is a short drive from the VA hospital in Fayetteville.

With five branches in the city and branches in West Fork, Farmington and Prairie Grove, The Bank of Fayetteville has always believed in the philosophy of taking care of its community and its employees.

P&G

American multinational consumer goods corporation, with their brands trusted in millions of living rooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms passed down from generation to generation.

The flagship of the University of Arkansas system, comprising 10 colleges and schools, and offering more than 200 academic programs, including the nationally competitive Sam M. Walton College of Business and the newly established School of Art, made possible by a $120 million gift from the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation—the largest gift ever given to a U.S. university to support or establish a school of art.

LEARN MORE

A family-centered program facility designed to provide best practices in early childhood education, for ages 8 weeks to 5 years, and to enhance the learning experience for University of Arkansas students.

LEARN MORE

A K-12 private school in Fayetteville instilling confidence and engaging learners to lead through collaboration and compassion. The New School is ranked No. 1 in the nation by The Best Schools on their list of 50 Best Private Elementary Schools in the U.S.

LEARN MORE

With campus locations in Bentonville, Rogers, Fayetteville, and Springdale, Haas Hall is a public charter secondary, college preparatory school for grades 7-12. Haas Hall’s accelerated curriculum is designed to educate, challenge and inspire their scholars for their higher educational pursuits.

LEARN MORE

A leader in Arkansas public education, Fayetteville Public Schools create a personalized learning experience to help students exceed expectations and achieve their fullest potential in an inclusive and safe environment.

LEARN MORE

OLC helps their students learn and improve their reading, spelling, grammar, writing, pronunciation, and conversational English skills through one-on-one tutoring and classes.

LEARN MORE

Seeds That Feed works alongside farmers to move excess foods to accessible foods, making eating healthier a reality for thousands of our neighbors who are not always as fortunate. Through the collection and redistribution of surplus foods, Seeds That Feed breaks down barriers to healthier eating, all while eliminating waste.

LEARN MORE

NWA Equality is a community education and advocacy organization working to achieve full equality while creating an environment that embraces and supports the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community of Northwest Arkansas.

LEARN MORE

Canopy NWA works to create a community where refugees are welcomed and equipped with all they need to build new lives and thrive.

LEARN MORE

Discover More Nonprofits in Northwest Arkansas

Impact NWANWA Gives

The Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks draws more than 80,000 visitors a year. The garden is a collection of twelve different themed gardens that include the region’s only native butterfly house. It is a member-supported public space that promotes education, environmental awareness, and serves as one of the community’s most unique and beautiful natural spaces.

LEARN MORE

Wilson Park is a 22.7 acre park located in the center of Fayetteville. It is the city’s oldest and most popular park. The park features: The Wilson Park Pool, beautiful pocket gardens, a spring fed creek, a castle and a 100 year old Osage Orange tree. Wilson Park serves as a place to play and a place to recharge for the community.

LEARN MORE

This 27-acre park includes attractions such as Niokaska Creek, open fields, a pond and a 1.5 mile paved trail surrounding the park. Each Summer, the Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department offers a series of free outdoor concerts featuring family-friendly local and regional talent.

LEARN MORE

Lake Fayetteville comprises 458 acres of land and 194 acres of water. The lake offers an abundance of outdoor recreation for outdoor enthusiasts like: North Shore Park with a disc golf course, a boat dock and fishing marina, several softball fields, 5.5 miles of nature trails and 4.3 miles of hard surface multi use trails.

LEARN MORE

A mountain biker and hiker’s paradise five minutes from downtown Fayetteville. Kessler Mountain Regional Park in Southwest Fayetteville comprises some 620 acres around historic Kessler Mountain. The park serves as a 400-acre nature preserve, regional sports park, and a popular hiking and mountain-biking destination.

LEARN MORE

Located on the historic downtown Fayetteville square, the market offers the best local produce, flowers, meats, baked goods, and juried crafts from the four-county area. All producers at the market grow and make their products independently and live within 60 miles of Fayetteville, AR.

LEARN MORE

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