Adorned with landscapes and landmarks

Welcome to Rogers

Here in Northwest Arkansas, we invite you to experience the new
with the nostalgic.

Welcome to Rogers, where trendy new shops and restaurants live alongside gorgeous natural scenery, well-worn trails and historic sites. This may be one of the fastest-growing places in the nation, but the heart and soul of small-town America are alive and well here. Just ask the owners of our local businesses, some of whom you can meet below.

Once you're here, discover museums like the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, live music at the Walmart AMP, and charming shops and restaurants along brick-lined streets in our historic downtown—all just a stone's throw from fishing, water sports, biking, hiking, camping, boating and breathtaking views of nearby Beaver Lake,
nestled high in the Ozark Mountains.

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We love that downtown Rogers is growing so much. We feel like we fit in because it’s a supportive community for people trying to live their dream.
Walker Brothers
Meet Rogers
Caleb Pennington moved to Rogers to open the new Walker Brothers location and embodies the active and fashionable vibe that his store caters to.
GPP Cycling
GPP Cycling shop is at the heart of the Rogers biking community. In addition to being a full-service bike shop, it hosts group rides, and afterwards riders can sit on the back patio with a beer.
Meet Rogers
Jimmy Buckner is an avid cyclist who manages the local GPP Cycling. His favorite place to ride is The Railyard, which offers trails to Lake Atalanta.
The Dotted Pig
The Dotted Pig is located in Downtown Rogers, and has home decor, unique gifts, kitchen/table top, bridal registry, baby items, jewelry, handbags, t-shirts, lampe berger, Razorback & pigs, interior design services
Meet Rogers
Sherry Puttkammer of The Dotted Pig remembers visiting downtown when she was little. Today, she has her own shop in Historic Downtown Rogers.