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Explore the Natural State on your next adventure

Travel is still very limited around the world. Visit Rogers encourages you to travel locally in-state and explore the city you live in. Now is the time to take a few days and head to the city in Arkansas you keep meaning to visit or check out that attraction in your own city you have never explored.

Plan Your Arkansas Adventure
Arkansas, The Natural State, is known for abundant parks and wilderness areas. With terrain featuring mountains, caves, rivers, and hot springs, there are places all over the state that bring adventure to life. Arkansas has everything from soft adventure for anyone of any skill level to enjoy to extreme adventure that’s not for the faint of heart.

Throughout the state, you can mine for diamonds in Murfreesboro, relax in the springs and spas in Hot Springs, ride your bike over the Big Dam Bridge in Little Rock, experience everyday farm life at Dogwood Hills Guest Farm in Harriet, and hit the trails in Northwest Arkansas.

Explore Northwest Arkansas
Right here in Rogers and Northwest Arkansas, you can test your skills on the new Monument Trails at Hobbs State Park, explore the cave at War Eagle Cavern, take the family for a picnic and walk at Lake Atalanta, break out the kayak for adventures at the Siloam Springs Kayak Park, fish on Beaver Lake, soar through the railcar at The Railyard Bike Park, enjoy a family day out at the Rogers Aquatics Center, and so much more. Visit our “things to do” page to start planning your next outdoor adventure.

Image provided by Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism

Support Local Businesses
While traveling the state or staying locally, we urge you to support the community’s local businesses. They need our support through these trying times. Try a new restaurant, support a new shop, visit a local attraction, and continue to support your usual local establishments as well.

When traveling or visiting businesses in your city, we suggest:
•Following all CDC guidelines for social distancing, wearing a mask, and following group size recommendations for gatherings
•Calling ahead to check business hours and to see what guidelines they have in place
•Checking the COVID-19 page on the Chamber website for up-to-date information

New TV Spot to Promote State Tourism
Visit Rogers will be launching a 15-second television spot in conjunction with Arkansas State Tourism this month. Be on the lookout for outdoor inspiration in Rogers! Follow Visit Rogers on Facebook (@visitrogers) Instagram (@visitrogersar) and Twitter (@visitrogers) for more travel ideas.