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Are you looking for fun things for kids to do in Northwest Arkansas? You are in luck, in addition to the 88 items listed, there are also other events that occur on a weekly or monthly basis. For example, Bentonville and Fayetteville have charming town squares featuring many lively scheduled events, April — December.
Eureka Springs, Rogers, Springdale and Siloam Springs also offer enjoyable fairs or festivals in their downtown areas throughout the year. Are you looking for a getaway? Here are some great Vrbo places to check out. Deed with young children in mind. The Amazeum — hands-on, interactive museum for children and families. Osage Park — acre urban park that offers opportunities to explore trails and wetlands, fish, playground, food trucks and local music.
Intrigue Theater — Magical demonstrations, feats of astonishing mental capabilities, and other inexplicable mysteries. The gardens are credited with approximately 30 species of flowers. Eureka Springs Trolley Service — Trolley service to various locations throughout town. Ozarks Mountain Zipline — A 2-hour canopy Lets Springdale Arkansas paths tonight, billed as the largest zipline and the highest cables in Arkansas. In addition a Saddle and Paddle adventure is available, an hour-long ride followed by a seven-mile canoe float.
Hidden Valley Ranch Stables — Horseback riding on the wilderness acres of this guest ranch. Rent a horse or bring your own. Bear Mountain Riding Stable — Hour-long rides with incredible views of the surrounding hills. Promised Land Zoo — A drive-through wildlife adventure. Lets Springdale Arkansas paths tonight to hundreds of rare and endangered animals from all over the world.
Blue Spring Heritage Center — 38 million gallons of water pour from the center of Blue Spring into a trout-filled lagoon. Cosmic Cavern — View two underground lakes in one of the Ozarks prettiest caves.
Harmon Park — City park with playground equipment and a cement skate park. Lake Leatherwood Park — 1, beautiful acres of Ozark mountain countryside with something for everyone to enjoy.
Withrow Springs State Park — Features a spring flowing from a small cave, and a creek that runs through the park. Picnic areas, swimming pool, campsites, and hiking trails are available. The arcade offers unlimited play for a set price. Big Box Karaoke — You can rent a private suite to sing all the karaoke songs you want, with the people you want. Incredible childrens programs. Malco Razorback Cinema — A movie multiplex that screens primarily first-run Hollywood movies.
Starlight Skatium — A 10, square-foot, hardwood skating rink, snack bar and plenty of seating. Terra Studios — A glass art studio and gallery. TheatreSquared — A professional theatre that is locally produced and provides nationally acclaimed production. White River Creamery — A family run farmstead dairy and creamery. Headquarters House Museum — Civil War home offering living history tours.
Open late spring and summer months with shows times over the weekend evenings. Free on Tuesdays Gator Lets Springdale Arkansas paths tonight — Miniature Golf Lokomotion Fun Park — A family-fun entertainment park that includes bumper boats, arcade, go karts, miniature golf and laser tag. OZ Cycling Tours — Cycling tours for kids, families and groups. Ozark Bowling — A bowling alley with 40 synthetic bowling lanes. Buffalo River — The First National River, is located miles out of Fayetteville, it is a popular camping, canoeing, swimming, hiking and fishing destination.
Camping, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking and pedal boating are available. Lake Fayetteville — A acre city park, offers many recreational opportunities—boating, fishing, softball, volleyball, hiking, mountain biking and picnicking.
It includes 12 themed gardens and a butterfly house. Lake Wedington — A acre lake and acre red area are popular for swimming, canoeing, picnicking, hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Wilson Park — A park that features a small castle and a gazebo. This popular park can be used for baseball, basketball, tennis and volleyball and has a swimming pool, walking trail and playground.
Wild Wilderness Safari — A acre park that is home to exotic and domestic animals — big cats and rhinos, farm animals and birds. There is a convenient drive-through section that is 4 miles long and includes a petting parks as well as walk-through areas. Flip Side Ninja Park — entertainment and fitness for the. Rogers Aquatics Center — A 3 acre water park provides a variety of water activities including the bucket dump, lazy river and sand volleyball court as well as swim competitions. Pinnacle Hills Cinema — Malco Theatres — 12 screen theatre showing first run movies.
Rogers Splash Park — 10 in-ground sprinklers, 2 Moveable water cannons and playground. Rogers Towne Cinema — Malco Theatre showing first run movies. The Little Gym of Lets Springdale Arkansas paths tonight — premiere enrichment and physical development center for kids 4 months through 12 years. Top Golf — Golf, party venue. War Eagle Mill — A working grist mill that grinds corn and wheat daily. Visitors enjoy guided tours, panning for gems, scenic picnic spots and miles of hiking trails. Siloam Springs 6 — A six screen movie theatre that shows primarily first run Hollywood movies.
Old Spanish Treasure Cave — Cavern filled with fascinating legends of hidden treasure buried by the Spanish Conquistadors. Jones Center — Premier facility for recreation, learning, community events, and parties. Springdale Bowling Center — Bowling alley that offers full service dinner too. Sunset Cinema 9 — A 9 screen theatre discount movie theater, that shows second-run movies.
Kyya Chocolate — Kamp Kyya — teaches kids how to make chocolate. Fun City Pizza — Pizza, arcade games and miniature golf. Ozark Climbing Lets Springdale Arkansas paths tonight — A climbing gym that offers a rock climbing experience without the use of ropes or safety harnesses. Guests of all climbing levels are offered a safe environment to climb.
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