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Have you visited all of the newest outdoor destinations in Northwest Arkansas? Osage Park in Bentonville, Railyard Park in Rogers and Monument Trails at Devil’s Den State Park.

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Bentonville, AR

Osage Park

Whether you want to explore the native wetlands, play pickleball, learn archery, enjoy live music, or connect with your surroundings, the adventures at Osage Park are endless. Just north of Thaden Field in Bentonville, themes of aviation, art and preservation are woven into the 55-acre landscape.

Visitors can connect with their surroundings at an open-air pavilion, the park’s active zone, complete with multi-purpose lawns, pickleball courts and aviation-themed play and the floating boardwalks sit atop the park’s 12-acre wetland ecosystem.

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Rogers, AR

Railyard Park

The new park in downtown Rogers stretches across both sides of the railroad and includes an array of versatile and flexible spaces to explore.

Key features of the park include a stretch of green space and trees called Frisco Plaza, home to the Rogers Farmers Market, the Water Stop splash pad, and the Playard with an authentic retired Mi-Jack crane that ties in the history of the railroad that runs through the park.

The park is also home to Butterfield Stage, an outdoor pavilion for live music events with seating up to 1,500. The stage officially opens to the public on June 5, 2021 for a full summer of live music. Every Friday and Saturday from June through September, Railyard Live will play host to some of the most talented artists across the region.

Railyard Live
Rogers, AR

Railyard Park

The new park in downtown Rogers stretches across both sides of the railroad and includes an array of versatile and flexible spaces to explore.

Key features of the park include a stretch of green space and trees called Frisco Plaza, home to the Rogers Farmers Market, the Water Stop splash pad, and the Playard with an authentic retired Mi-Jack crane that ties in the history of the railroad that runs through the park.

The park is also home to Butterfield Stage, an outdoor pavilion for live music events with seating up to 1,500. The stage officially opens to the public on June 5, 2021 for a full summer of live music. Every Friday and Saturday from June through September, Railyard Live will play host to some of the most talented artists across the region.

Railyard Live
Devil's Den State Park

Newest Monument Trail

Monument Trails are world-class mountain biking destinations that showcase the natural iconic beauty of the Arkansas State Parks they are within while exemplifying the highest quality in craftsmanship, innovation, and sustainability.

The newest addition to the state’s Monument Trails system is open at Devil’s Den State Park. With 12 miles of new trails, the latest expansion brings the Monument Trails total mileage at Devil’s Den to 18 miles.

Devil’s Den State Park is considered the home of Arkansas mountain biking. In the late 1980s, the park developed the first designated mountain bike trail in the state park system, Fossil Flats.

The upgraded Fossil Flats trail and seven new trails are open for all hikers, mountain bikers, and trail runners to enjoy!

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