- 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.
There is a large-scale golf club and marina at the Shangri-la Resort for both those who stay at the lodging area of the resort and visitors for the day. The site also features a fine dining experience at the Summit Restaurant with a gourmet menu.
33% 6 votes
11368 US Hwy 59 Grove at Sailboat Bridge, Grove, OK 74344 MoreLess Info
A sight-seeing tour on board either a 67-foot twin-decked, paddle wheel riverboat or an even larger sister ship, the Cherokee Queen Riverboat Ride offers a wide variety of tours. Options range from day tours to dinner and dance cruises.
A specialty museum the Cherokee Heritage Center is the heart of learning Cherokee tribal history. Established in 1963, it now showcases different attractions like a 1710 Cherokee village, Trail of Tears Exhibit, Cherokee Homecoming Art show and monthly events too.
93% 118 votes
21672 S Keeler, Tahlequah, OK 74464 MoreLess Info
The Tsa La Gi Ancient Village – Cherokee Heritage Center is a great piece of history for both Americans and Indians. It is a living relic and is considered as the old village and Diligwa is the newly constructed one.
94% 201 votes
15930 Highway 62, Garfield, AR 72732 MoreLess Info
This park preserves the site of an 1862 Civil War battle called the Battle of Pea Ridge to honor and commemorate the soldiers who fought in the battle. Perhaps the best-preserved Civil War battlefield in Arkansas, this national historic site includes a museum, bookstore, and self-guided tours.
Situated on the coast of its namesake, Beaver Lake State Park spans more than 12,000 acres. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to the park because of its diverse wildlife, placid streams, beautiful waterfalls and huge trees.