Cruisin' in the Ozarks

Update your Ozarks itinerary to include the stops below while you're in Rogers.

As you cruise into town, whether you're coming from near or far, Rogers is ready to welcome you with open arms, a vareity of hotels, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment.

Rogers Historic District

What to See

Rogers and Northwest Arkansas offer must-see local attractions no matter the interest. From outdoor adventure to historical sites to live music and craft beer, there's something for everyone.

War Eagle Mill
Visit a working water-powered grist mill and scenic Ozark site feauturing the Historic War Eagle Bridge. The first floor is a dedicated gift shop with organic and non-GMO grains, flours, and mixes. Visit the third floor for breakfast and dinner. Pro tip: order the beans and cornbread and don't skip dessert!

War Eagle Mill

War Eagle Cavern
Located one-half mile off Scenic HWY 12 on Beaver Lake, the cavern hours affordable fun for any age. Featuring a natural entrance to the cave, you can follow the meandering stream straight into the mountain, with wide, level pathways, unique formations, two waterfalls, and an underground lake.

War Eagle Cavern

Daisy Airgun Museum
Daisy is known from the movie A Christmas Story where Ralphie asks for a Daisy BB Gun for Christmas. With more than 150 air rifles and toys on display, you can take a chronological tour of Daisy's history. End the tour to see a complete line of the current Daisy products offered today. Pro tip: let Daisy ship your gun back home for you!

BB Gun at Daisy Airgun Museum

Where to Shop

Rogers is home to some of the best shopping in this part of the country, offering a collection of premium retailers. You'll enjoy a variety of shopping at different districts located throughout the city.

Pinnacle Hills Promenade
The open-air mall boasts over 100 stores and 15 restaurants onsite. Featuring major retailers such as Bass Pro Shops, Dillard's, Target, Best Buy, Kendra Scott, Lululemon, Gap, J.C. Penney, and many more. It also includes a Malco Theater and Dave & Buster's. 

Promenade Mall in Rogers

Downtown Rogers
Downtown Rogers is known for its unique brick-paved streets and nostalgic architecture with many sites listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The magical blend of sights, sounds, aromas, tastes, and textures makes Rogers a melting pot where business, dining, creativity, shopping, art, music, history, theater, and more come together. Pro tip: try one of the many local breweries in downtown Rogers!

Flight of Beer

Village on the Creeks
Nestled alongside the Osage and Turtle Creeks, Village on the Creeks spans 64 acres and provides space for offices, retail store, restaurants, and even a brewery now. Enjoy a walk around the 12-acre lake, the trail now connects to the Razorback Regional Greenway, or sit back with a beer on Natural State Beer Company's patio with a burger and fries from Big Sexy Food food truck located in the parking lot.

Lake at Village on the Creeks in Rogers

Where to Stay

Whether you want luxurious accommodations or just a comfortable room to relax after a day on your bike, there is an array of lodging options to satisfy any taste and any budget.

Aloft Hyatt Place
Candlewood Suites MainStay Suites
Country Inn & Suites Microtel Inn & Suites
Courtyard by Marriott Ranch-O-Tel
Eighth Street Motel Razorback Inn
Embassy Suites Northwest Arkansas Regency 7
Fairfield Inn & Suites Residence Inn
Guest Inn Rogers Inn
Hampton Inn Staybridge Suites
Holiday Inn & Suites Town & Country Inn
Homewood Suites Additional Places to Stay

Motorcycles outside Aloft Hotel in Rogers

Imagine cruising through Ozark country in the Natural State with every twist and turn a new vista and sight to see. See you in Rogers, soon.