These beautiful gardens were established in 1994 with the objective for creating a place where people can come together and relax in a natural setting. The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks has definitely succeeded! There are twelve themed gardens ranging from Ozarks ecosystem to exotic flora, including a butterfly house. Both adults and children will be delighted with the educational programs and extracurricular activities, as well as hands-on nature classes, festivals, and more.
There are a number of recreational opportunities to enjoy in Fayetteville, but nothing is more precious to the citizens of the city than a visit to Lake Fayetteville. More than just a lake, the area is surrounded by lush green space, a humongous disc golf course, softball fields, volleyball courts, and, of course, the lake with a marina and launch site for canoes, kayaks, and even larger boats. If you love fishing, there are also several piers. Grab your bathing suit, it’s time to take a dip!
Established in 1906, Wilson Park is the oldest park in Fayetteville. The park is 22.75 acres in size and has a number of amenities, such as tennis courts, a softball field, basketball courts, a swimming pool, playground and a castle area for children to play. Join Fayetteville denizens on the green lawn for a picnic and sunbathing or take a walk on one of the trails that leads to the Castle, a lovely sculpture created by artist Frank Williams.
Found near the University of Arkansas is the first home of former President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary. The story behind this one-room bungalow is one of love, marriage, and politics. Visitors are welcome to visit the Clinton House Museum and learn about the lives of the Bill and Hillary Clinton before they became the 42nd Presidential family and 67th Secretary of State in the White House. There’s photographs, documents, speeches, and much more to check out.
For those who happen to love history or anything aviation, the Arkansas Air & Military Museum is a paradise. The museum has a comprehensive collection of memorabilia, historical artifacts, and much more related to aviation. There are both stationary and mobile displays, such as operating aircraft from various wars. A popular exhibition is the WWII hangar that features a training post and a display of pre-Vietnam War helicopters and more.