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Welcome to the 'Natural State.' You'll understand how Arkansas got its nickname when you visit the Homewood Suites by Hilton Bentonville-Rogers. Hobbs State Park Conservation Area is just east of Rogers and the nearby 30,000-acre Beaver Lake was the site of the first Bassmaster tournament. For a little more manicured glimpse of nature, visit Colonel Peel's mansion which sits on 180 acres of apple trees and features the 'Heritage Gardens,' home to Crystal Bridges Museum and Amazeum Children's Museum.
As quaint as much of our town is, we're also home to some pretty impressive companies: the worldwide headquarters of Wal-Mart, Tyson Foods' corporate headquarters, JB Hunt Transport and Glad Manufacturing Company. With so many businesses near our hotel in Bentonville, our town might just be the place to start your next career.
Book your room today at our Homewood Suites hotel in Bentonville-Rogers. Then stop by the front desk for some tips on how to enjoy all of the outdoor and entreprenaurial attractions our Arkansas town has to offer.
Catch a concert at the AMP, Northwest Arkansas' outdoor music venue.
This museum is perfect for children of all ages, evoking a sense of curiosity and discovery.Amazeum
Take your family to explore the art galleries at the Crystal Bridges Museum.
Catch a Northwest Arkansas Naturals ballgame at the minor league Arvest Ballpark.
Enjoy a beautiful three acre water park filled with water fun for the whole family.
Take a ride through history in meticulously restored passenger cars from the 1920s and 1950s.
Get active at this recreation center with an ice rink, pools, soccer courts, and more.
Visit the Tontitown Winery or Ale Trail while you're in town to try some local drinks.
Visit Sam Walton’s original 5-10 store in Bentonville and explore their interactive museum.
Visit the Clinton House and explore other important landmarks for the former President.
Located in Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas is just a short drive away.
Take your family to visit this 459-acre wildlife refuge for rescued big cats.