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Attractions for All Ages

Kids of all ages will find plenty to do in Rogers. Indoors and outdoors, there’s something for everybody in the family to enjoy.


Lake Atalanta

Outdoor Activities

Golf Mountain Mini-Golf – Claim your favorite ball color and line up your shot at two 18-hole mini-golf courses featuring long holes and short holes, sudden dips, bumps, inclines, streams of blue cascading water and rock waterfalls. Each hole is different, and a missed shot could end up in a pond. Adding to the awesomeness is a covered outdoor pavilion, Wi-Fi, and music.

Butterfield Stage at the Railyard Park – The newly renovated park in downtown Rogers with the Butterfield Stage features water towers and a splash area for the kids to enjoy all summer long. You can expect live music and events April to October and the farmers market to take over on 1st street from May to October each year.

Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area – Hike and bike the trails. Don’t miss a visit to the Visitor Center for great interactive exhibits and a better understanding of the flora, fauna, and geology of the area. Check out the new Monument Trails that offer experiences for all skill levels.

War Eagle Cavern – Wander through the 58-degree cavern, pan for semi-precious gems, and find your way through the Lost in the Woods Maze. New is a Moonshine Mystery Shack to explore.

War Eagle Cavern

War Eagle Mill and Bridge – Grab a fishing pole, snacks for a picnic, and your camera. You’re set to enjoy the day at this historic site. Don’t miss lunch at the War Eagle Mill Café inside the mill, where you can also watch the water-powered grist mill grind some grain and peruse the gift store.

The Railyard Bike Park – Ride one of the eight total jump lines at this dirt jump bike park. Its signature design piece is a full-scale rail car set on railroad tracks that bikers ride through. From beginner to expert, striders to full suspension bikes, and stunt jumpers to BMX, The Railyard offers something for all skill levels and types of bikes. It has lights, a pavilion, restrooms, water fountains, bike wash station, observation decks, dog park and a large parking lot.

The Railyard Bike Park

Lake Atalanta – Stroll the paved trail circling the lake. Take your fishing pole on the boardwalk, which stretches over the water with “bump out” areas for fishing. Cool off in the stream. Expend some energy on playground structures, the 10 miles of hiking trails, and the off-road mountain biking trails for all skill levels.

Splash Park – Located adjacent to the Rogers Activity Center (RAC), the Splash Park is a great place to cool down with 10 in ground sprinklers, three water buckets, and two movable water cannons. Located south of the Splash Park is the Skate Park where the “big” kids skateboard and do tricks on their BMX bikes. Did we mention the Splash Park and Skate Park are both free to enjoy?

Rogers Aquatics Center – Float the lazy river, slide down the slides, and splash the day away at this 3-acre outdoor public water park.

Rogers Aquatic Center

Indoor Adventure

DEFY Rogers – Get your jump on at this indoor trampoline park. Channel your inner ninja to complete the obstacle course. Also enjoy extreme dodgeball, slacklines, air dunk, trapeze, aerial silks, and foam pits.

Fast Lane Entertainment – Go bowling, climb through the play structure, set a high score in the arcade, drive the spin zone bumper cars and so much more in the 75,000-square-foot facility. Big and little kids head to Fast Lane to play.

Dave & Buster’s – Bring the whole family to watch sports, play games and eat casual food. That simple. That fun.

Malco Theater – Two locations of Malco Theatres provide opportunities to see the latest movies on the big screen. One is the Malco Pinnacle Cinema at the Pinnacle Hills Promenade and the other is the Malco Rogers Towne Cinema on 46th Street.


Daisy Airgun Museum – Visit the gift shop to buy your own BB gun from Daisy Manufacturing Company, Inc., the world’s oldest and largest manufacturer of airguns, ammo, and accessories. This museum showcases Daisy’s history with 150 antique airguns dating to the 1600s, including the comic strip character Buck Rogers Disintegrator Pistol and the Red Ryder BB Gun from the movie “A Christmas Story.”

Rogers Historical Museum – See how Rogers transformed from a rural village to a vibrant, modern community. There’s lots of hands-on fun for families to enjoy together.

Rogers Historical Museum

Eat in Rogers

Whether you are looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert, Rogers has plenty of options for you and the crew to fuel up throughout the day. Trying a New Dining Spot and adding Something Sweet About Downtown Rogers is a must while you’re here! There is also something for everyone to Keep Cool in Rogers!

Other Things to do Nearby

Scott Family Amazeum

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Bentonville Bike Playground

J.B. and Johnelle Hunt Family Ozark Highlands Nature Center


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