- TripBuzz found 85 things to do with kids in or near Rogers, Arkansas, including 69 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fayetteville, Eureka Springs, Bentonville and Springdale.
- From Beaver Lake State Park to Rogers Aquatic Center, the Rogers area offers 53 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Parks, Bowling and Go Karts.
- Located in northwest Arkansas is the city of Rogers. The city is the eighth largest city in the state as is home to the Rogers Commercial Historic District and Pea Ridge National Military Park. Other points of interest include the areas various shopping districts, sports venues and various local parks located along the areas many lakes.
With 16 different lanes available, Arkoma Lanes provides visitors with a bowling experience in a smoke free environment. The bowling alley is both family owned and operated and offers bowling leagues for a variety of different age levels.
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Rt. 4, Box 32, Colcord, OK 74338 MoreLess Info
A wide range of outdoor activities are offered at the Natural Falls State Park. Picnicking is possible at numerous tables and grills while there is also a playground, walking trails, campsites, and an on-site naturalist who can give tours of the area.
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6386 N. Hwy 21, Berryville, AR 72616 MoreLess Info
Cosmic Cavern is a limestone cave which is one of Arkansas' hidden treasures. One section of the cave called Silent Splendor has the longest soda straw formation hanging up to nine feet in length. Cosmic Cavern has two bottomless cave lakes. Divers have never found the bottoms.
Persimmon Hill Farm raises berries, fruits and mushrooms farm on their farm near the shores of Table Rock Lake. Visitors can eat in the restaurant overlooking the blueberry fields, as well as shop for gourmet gifts in the gift store.
A movie theater multiplex with six auditoriums, the Neosho 6 screens primarily first-run Hollywood films in digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees and other promotions, and serves an array of concessions.
Started by John L. Morris, the founder of Pro Bass, Dogwood Canyons is 10,000 acres wildlife preserve with longhorns, elk, and bison. Visitors can ride a wildlife tram, ride horses on the trails, walk trails, bike trails, and fly fish, as well as have ceremonies in the wilderness chapel.
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121 N Washington Street, Neosho, MO 64850 MoreLess Info
The Newton Country Historical Society Museum is a museum that provides an educational experience for visitors to learn about the local history of the area. The museum contains many different historical items and also houses a large pavilion.