- TripBuzz found 62 things to do with kids in or near Siloam Springs, Arkansas, including 57 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fayetteville, Bentonville, Springdale and Rogers.
- From Upward Bound Gymnastics to Arkoma Lanes, the Siloam Springs area offers 51 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Bowling, History Museums and Gymnastics.
- Known for the therapeutic spring waters that feed Sager Creek, the city of Siloam Springs is not only a beautiful residential and business community, it is also a charming tourist destination. Named one of the 20 Best Small Towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine in 2012, its most popular points of interest include a historic downtown district filled with an array of dining and shopping selections.
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20201 East Highway 12, Rogers, AR 72756 MoreLess Info
The largest Arkansas state park in terms of overall land area is the Hobbs State Park Conservation Area which covers 12,056 acres. The park contains a large visitor center with interactive kiosks, retail sales area, and classroom space.
At Lee's Grand Lake Resort & RV Park, visitors can rent cabin and boat packages and enjoy life on the lake. The location's facilities include a playground, a volleyball court, a pool, and a covered picnic area.
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At Darryl Starbird's Rod & Custom Hall of Fame Museum, visitors can see over 50 custom-built vehicles. The site offers tours of the location and the ability to purchase souvenirs at the gift shop.
Artist Point features breathtaking view from its observation deck. The gift shop has a variety of items, including handmade dolls, Indian artifacts, homemade jams and jellies which are all produced by local craftsmen.
This is the twenty-third state park of Arkansas when it opened in 1967 but in 2008, it has become the newest state park of Arkansas when it re-opened in a new location with entirely new facilities which includes among others a HD satellite TV.
Visitors are invited to roam on one mile of garden trails at the Blue Spring Heritage Center. In these Eureka Gardens, visitors can see the Medicine Wheel Garden and learn about Native American healing herbs, and the Three Sisters Garden where pole beans and squash with corn are grown together.