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  • Darohnn Pender
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    Coler Bike Preserve is an amazing outdoor facility, only five minutes from Downtown Bentonville that provides a comprehensive range of activities to explore. The advanced to beginner mountain bike trails as well as the paved trails are the heart of the preserve, so the convenience of these trails allows you to take pleasure in exercising at any pace. There are plenty of amenities to enjoy, including full service bathrooms, bike repair stations, firepits at the campgrounds & even an opportunity to savor food or beverages at the open air cafe, located right in the middle of the preserve! So whether you want to engage in physical activity or relish in some quiet time and reflection, Coler Bike Preserve seems to have it covered.
  • Northwest Arkansas boasts some of the best bike trails in the country, with over 200 miles of connected, purpose-built trails that cater to all levels of riders. The region's flagship trail system, the Razorback Greenway, spans 36 miles and runs from north to south, connecting six cities and numerous parks and attractions along the way. The trails in Bentonville, which include the Slaughter Pen and Coler Mountain Bike Preserve, offer a more technical experience for advanced riders, while the trails in Fayetteville and Springdale provide a mix of flowy singletrack and technical features. With scenic views, diverse terrain, and a thriving cycling community, Northwest Arkansas has become a premier destination for mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts.
  • True Colors Farm by PerspectAbility is Northwest Arkansas's first U-Pick Tulip Farm. Happening every spring, this is an event you don't want to miss. Perspectabilities.org is a non-profit organization that focuses on empowering individuals with disabilities. One of their initiatives is the Tulip Farm in Bentonville, which provides a unique opportunity for individuals with disabilities to learn new skills and gain work experience in a supportive and inclusive environment. The farm grows thousands of tulips every year, which are sold to the public during the spring season. The proceeds from the tulip sales go towards funding Perspectabilities.org's programs and services for individuals with disabilities. Through the Tulip Farm, Perspectabilities.org is not only promoting social inclusion but also fostering a sense of community and pride among the individuals involved in the project.
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    Sweet Freedom Cheese has made its way to the 8th Street Market in Bentonville, offering a convenient location for cheese lovers to try all things cheese. This innovative cheese company has gained a reputation for creating tasty cheeses and a wonderful assortment of menu items. They offer classes, tastings and special events. When you are in Bentonville, this is definitely a place you will want to check out.
  • Trash Creamery is a small business that specializes in creating unique ice cream flavors using unconventional ingredients. They are known for their bold and creative flavor combinations, such as "trash can" which includes chocolate-covered potato chips and pretzels mixed into vanilla ice cream. The shop also offers vegan and dairy-free options, catering to a diverse range of dietary needs. Trash Creamery is committed to using high-quality ingredients and locally sourced produce whenever possible. Their dedication to creativity and sustainability has garnered a loyal following and helped them stand out in the crowded ice cream market. When you are in Bentonville, this is a great treat.
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    Compton Gardens is a true gem of the Ozarks and a must-see destination for any nature enthusiast or history buff visiting the Bentonville, Arkansas area. The gardens span over six acres of land and are home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including native Arkansas wildflowers and a stunning butterfly garden. Visitors to the gardens can explore a range of environments, from manicured gardens and walking paths to a natural meadow area. The gardens are also designed with sustainable landscaping techniques in mind, making them a model for environmentally conscious landscaping practices.

    One of the highlights of Compton Gardens is its historic buildings, which offer a unique glimpse into the region's past. The main house, originally built in the 1920s and once the private residence of Dr. Neil Compton, has been fully restored and now houses a museum dedicated to the history of the area. The museum features exhibits on the natural history of the Ozarks, the conservation efforts of Dr. Compton, and the agricultural heritage of the region. Additionally, the restored 1920s-era barn on the property is available for rent as an event space and offers a picturesque setting for weddings, corporate events, and other special occasions. With its stunning natural beauty and rich history, Compton Gardens is truly a one-of-a-kind destination in the Ozarks.
  • Living in Northwest Arkansas is an incredible experience! The region is a beautiful, vibrant, and diverse place to live, and there are so many wonderful things to do and explore in the area. One of the best things about living in Northwest Arkansas is the natural beauty. With the Ozark Mountains and the Buffalo National River, there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy. From hiking, camping, and fishing in the summer, to skiing and snowboarding in the winter, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

    The communities in Northwest Arkansas are also incredibly welcoming and diverse. From small towns to larger cities, there are plenty of cultural activities, events, and attractions to explore. Whether you're looking for a great restaurant, an amazing theater experience, or just a fun evening out with friends, Northwest Arkansas has something for you. The area is also home to some of the best educational institutions in the country, including the University of Arkansas and Northwest Arkansas Community College. With so much to offer, it's no wonder that Northwest Arkansas is such a great place to call home.
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    Thaden Field, located in Bentonville, Arkansas at the Bentonville Municipal Airport, is a unique and special place. This area offers a wide variety of services and activities that are perfect for all kinds of aviation enthusiasts, from the first-time flyer to the seasoned pilot. Thaden Field has a 5042-foot runway with 24/7 access and advanced instrument flight rules (IFR) capability, making it a great place to take off and land. The field also has on-site rental aircraft, as well as access to charter and scenic flights, giving visitors the chance to experience the spectacular views of the Ozarks. There are also opportunities for flight instruction, airplane maintenance, aircraft service, and much more, making Thaden Field a one-stop destination for all of your aviation needs.
  • Coler Trail in Bentonville, Ar. is a popular 8.5-mile trail that is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts looking for a fun and leisurely ride. The trail is mostly paved and is lined with lush vegetation, providing a beautiful view and plenty of fresh air. Bikers, walkers, and joggers will appreciate the smooth surface and the ample room to move, while horseback riders can make use of the wide pathways. The trail is also well-lit, making it easy to get around at night.

    Visitors looking to explore Coler Trail can find helpful information on the Bentonville Parks & Recreation page. The page includes a trail map, as well as other useful information such as nearby amenities and safety tips. The Northwest Arkansas Trail Blazers also provide a useful guide for visitors who are new to the trail. The guide includes information on the terrain, the best times to visit, and other tips for a successful ride. Finally, the City of Bentonville website has a list of events held along the trail, so visitors can plan their visit around the schedule of activities.
  • Northwest Arkansas is known as the arts district and has tons of artistic touches throughout the area, including beautiful murals. You can visit a monstrous octopus with Sam Walton's truck near 28th and Walton. The artist grew up locally and went on to graduate from the University of Arkansas and wants to inspire children with all of his artwork. Also, check out the murals at 8th Street Market as you walk the halls. Then you can enjoy food from locally-owned restaurants Roll 'n Fold and Yeyos. Every way you turn can see awe-inspiring pieces of art such as Summer Always Blooms, Astonishment of Perception, Bentonville Farm Scene, and Erika and Louise.
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    Osage Park is a beautiful 12 acre wetland system with a park and lake. As soon as you enter the park there is a large pavilion and steps away you can find pickle-ball courts, which are a great way to spend a day in the sun. You can enjoy the local food provided by food trucks and take a stroll along the dock. You can bring your furry friend to the dog park to play. You can even try archery at the Quiver Archery Range! Plus you can enjoy the beautiful sights of cherry blossom trees and flying cranes.
  • Downtown Bentonville is a vibrant district of murals, small businesses, and tasty food. When living or just visiting Bentonville, you can make a stop by the tranquil fountain and then make your way to the Walton Five and Dime to purchase a postcard of Sam Walton's (the founder of Walmart) iconic pickup truck. As you walk through the Walmart museum, you can learn about the history of Sam Walton and the start of Walmart. When finished, you can purchase an ice cream cone at the Spark Cafe. Afterward, you might walk to the splash pad which is also an ice skating rink in the winter, or you might walk into the local shops. If you are a dog lover, maybe you'll purchase a homemade treat for your furry friend at Three Dog Bakery. You could enter one of the boutiques - Blue Moon for everyday clothes, Moosejaw for outdoor wear, or Phat Tire Bike Shop for all your bike needs. And don't forget to visit one of the many restaurants around the square. Something for everyone!
  • Darohnn Pender
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    Recently I enjoyed a visit to café Louise at Thaden Field. It was fun to dine while watching planes take off and land, as the outdoor and indoor seating face the runway. Louise & the Fieldhouse opened in September 2018, named in honor of Louise McPhetridge Thaden, born in Bentonville in 1905. Louise set many records as an aviator and eliminated obstacles for women of that era. Thaden Fieldhouse is also home to a flight school, an exhibition hangar, an FAA knowledge testing center, scenic flights, discovery flights, lawn games, and fuel provisions. Situated next to Bentonville Lake provides another opportunity to take in a captivating view, and enjoy the park, playground, trails, and canoe rental during the spring and summer months.
  • Darohnn Pender
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    I discovered this amazingly peaceful sanctuary of green space in the heart of Downtown Bentonville, AR after a brunch with my daughter. Compton Gardens and Arboretum can be explored by foot or bike, and it connects the community through nature, education, recreation, and preservation. It also offers a variety of rental spaces. There are two board rooms for business or private meetings, and the Garden Room is available for celebrations of all sorts!!
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    I'm driving through this area of Bentonville multiple times a week and have always noticed this building that offers an athletic type of activity, as I love being active! This part of Bentonville provides so many options. Even better that two families who developed this business and have three other locations in Tennessee, have decided that Bentonville would be a wonderful area to expand their dream!
  • Darohnn Pender
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    Do you enjoy outdoor recreation? After spending many hours at Memorial Park baseball fields watching my son play baseball and trying to entertain his younger sister at the surrounding playgrounds, I'm now spending time at the sand volleyball courts with my daughter!

    This 73-acre park serves Northwest Arkansas residents from many walks of life. You can enjoy an Olympic size pool, soccer, softball, and baseball fields, basketball, tennis and sand volleyball courts, skateboard park, playground, picnic areas, and a perimeter walking trail.
  • Darohnn Pender
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    I have to admit this sculpture originally caught my eye because hearts are my favorite shape. After reading that the artist, Matthew Duffy, was inspired to create this stunning piece by his deep affection for his wife who was out of the country at the time, of course, I then admired it even more!

    Duffy designed the open-air heart with a computer program that uses advanced algorithms to reconstruct 3-D objects using only triangular planes. He experimented with several materials but chose the Aluminum Diamond Plate, as it adds contrasting textures and withstands harsh weather conditions. The artist wanted viewers to be able to look through the piece, so individual triangles were made using a water jet cutting machine. Welding the triangles together completed the brilliant 8ft x 8ft x 2.5ft piece of artwork. It is displayed in the center of the Bright Road roundabout at the intersection of SW Bright Road and SW Gator Blvd.
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    Walton's 5-10 is the home to Sam Walton's first self service variety store in Arkansas in the 1950's. However today it is on to the Walton Museum or commonly known as the Walmart Visitor Center. Inside there is a wealth of information about how Walmart became what it is today. You can visit the museum at no cost. When you finish the tour be sure to get a double scoop of ice cream!
  • Darohnn Pender
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    I tasted and fell in love with this yummy chocolate recently! So I had to explore; after reading about this Chocolate Company, I loved it even more!! It always warms my heart to read about families that give so much of themselves to start a company, that in turn gives back to so many others. Reading their blog post "Living the Dream" explains how this local family's dream began...in 2012 while visiting the slum of Kampala, Uganda with a non-profit board.
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    This fun sculpture was permanently installed at the corner of Tiger Boulevard and A Street in August 2018. Sassy was created by native Arkansan, Amanda Willshire, and she stands 11 feet tall and weighs about 1,100 pounds! The sculptured shape is made from steel, then the fur was fabricated from recycled bike chains from four different states. I personally think Sassy's best features are her lively lips and her blue eyes that light up at night!
  • Downtown Bentonville may be the hottest location for fine dining restaurants in Northwest Arkansas, but there's a gem that has been a Bentonville establishment since 1999. River Grille is well known to business members, both local and travelers, who frequent the restaurant for client lunches, small meetings or the evening getaway from the hotel, but it's not as well known to the public. Located just off of Exit 88 in Bentonville, tucked into the Beau Terre office complex, River Grille boasts a cozy environment, for both the bar area, as well as dining room. Even during its busiest of times, it's easy to carry on a conversation at your table, with a dining room that may have a total of 20 tables. The decor lends itself to a stately, yet simple experience. The beautiful wood paneling, adorned with Ansel Adams prints, gives the restaurant an elegant look. The combination of those items makes this the ideal date night spot.

    Above all, River Grille has two great features that must be called out. Most importantly, the wait staff is amazing. They truly make the experience. In frequenting the place, they go out of the way to get to know you and your tastes. Extending back to the kitchen is the other great feature...great food, how you want it. Don't like what an item has on the menu, just ask for what you would prefer, and they will do their best to make it for you. Fine dining also does not need to be super expensive. They have a wide range of items on the menu at different price points. For example, the large bone in brown sugar bourbon glazed pork chop is amazing for only $25.

    When you are looking for fine dining in Bentonville, remember to go off the beaten path for River Grille.
  • Linda Hobkirk
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    Do you love blown glass art? If so, you must attend the Dale Chihuly Exhibit currently on display at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art through August 14, 2017. If you are in the Bentonville area or visiting anytime before August 14th, I would suggest going online and getting tickets to the Chihuly exhibit. It is well worth the price of admission.

    As a member of Crystal Bridges, I was able to get preview access before the exhibit opened to the public. I wandered the outdoor forest for quite a bit before my timed entry to the indoor exhibit. The curators have put together quite the display! The detail and colors of the glassworks are stunning. The way the art is shown really shows the intricate detail of each piece.
  • Tricia Necessary
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    Have you visited Peel Mansion & Heritage Gardens in Bentonville? As a real estate agent, I can't help but be fascinated by homes, whether new, luxurious estates on Beaver Lake or historical architecture that offers us a look into the past. The Peel Mansion is a beautiful Civil War-era home built in the Italianate Villa style. According to the attraction's website, the mansion was built by Colonel Samuel West Peel, and he and his family lived there.

    Inside, you'll see authentic antiques from the era, which were loaned by the Historic Arkansas Museum and the Old State House. In addition to museum and garden tours, the museum is available for events. If you haven't yet visited the Peel Mansion & Heritage Gardens in Bentonville, you definitely should do so!
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    If you're new to Bentonville, or just visiting the area, Crystal Bridges Museum is worth a visit. The museum takes its name from Crystal Spring, which is a natural spring on the museum's grounds and from the unique bridge construction that is incorporated into the building design.

    Crystal Bridges is not just fascinating for what it holds inside its art collections, but for its architecture on the outside, as well. The museum includes a glass-enclosed gathering hall for lectures, films and other events, as well as a store, restaurant, and areas for outdoor concerts and public events. There are walking and biking trails running through its large 120-acre grounds, allowing visitors to explore the beautiful Ozark landscape in addition to the American art collections inside.

    Crystal Bridges' permanent collection spans five centuries of American masterworks ranging from the Colonial era to the current day.
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    Our newest museum is open for tours! Bring the family to this fun filled center where your imaginations can run wild! Check out the link provided for more details!

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