The city has over three thousand acres of parkland, including 70 parks, 40 miles of trails, and three lakes. 

5 Amazing Places To Visit In Fayetteville, Arkansas

It was originally installed in 2000 and was later upgraded to 38×167 feet in 2012.

Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium 

The market has a great selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs and plant, charcuterie as well as baked goods 

Fayetteville Farmers’ Market 

It ends at The Castle, a sculpture of seven points that Frank Williams built and a footbridge. 

Wilson Park in Fayetteville

The exhibits include thousands of different plants, trees, wildflowers, and many other species.  

Botanical Gardens of the Ozark

It includes helicopters from Vietnam Conflict as well as a Douglas A-4 Skyhawk that was a jet-powered fighter bomber  

Arkansas Air & Military Museum