The face of Rogers Arkansas is changing rapidly. Once a sleepy little town reminiscent of days gone by, today, Rogers is a booming city full of life and full of exciting things to do. Plan to do lunch downtown one day soon, and be amazed by all the different ways to experience this bustling city and its nearby areas. The list below features an exciting variety of ways to experience the city of Rogers Arkansas.
Camping, Hiking, Boating, Swimming, and Spelunking
There are many outdoor recreational opportunities in or nearby Rogers including Beaver Lake, Hobbs State Park, War Eagle Caverns, Rogers Aquatics Center and Lake Atalanta Park. Beaver Lake all water related activities. War Eagle Caverns is a large cave with wide pathways and storytelling guides. Rogers Aquatics Center features every water activity imaginable. Lake Atalanta Park has a biking trail, a spring fed lake and many outdoor activities.
You are in for a great experience when you are in downtown Rogers. Want incredible coffee? Check out Onxy Coffee. Great sandwiches and coffee, Iron Horse is an excellent choice. Burgers? Parkside Public, Moonbroch and Levi’s Gastrolounge. Pizza? The Rail. Old school burger joint? Susie Q Malt shop. Diner food? Wesner’s or Sam’s Olde Tyme. Place for the kids? Railyard Park – (splash park playground equipment and Lake Atalanta (trails, lake and playground equipment).
Rogers is a happening culinary destination. In addition to its outstanding restaurant and beverage scene, Rogers offers a wonderful cooking shop: Honeycomb Kitchen Shop and . If you’ve been wanting to learn to cook, you must check out this delightful shops. Experience the delightful and delicious food trucks at City Pump . Be sure to check out the Top 10 Rogers Restaurants.
Rogers boasts two separate farmers markets. One is the Rogers Farmers Market, located at 100 Dixieland Mall, and held on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 – 1 pm. The other is the Downtown Rogers Farmers Market, located at 101 E. Cherry St and open on Saturdays only from 8 – 1 pm.
Cycling is huge in Rogers and includes both smooth surface and mountain biking trails. Lake Atalanta Trail, The Railyard Bike Park, the 36-mile Razorback Greenway are all quickly accessible from downtown Rogers and the Hobbs State Park trail system is just a few minutes away.
Rogers has two very interesting, but entirely different museums. They are both a great way to spend time with your kids while you learn together: One is The Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum and the other is the Rogers Historical Museum .
Live music can be found at many different restaurants, brew establishments and outdoor venues throughout the Rogers area. They include Railyard, Moonbroch, Hapa’s Hawaiian Bar and Grill, Levi’s Gastrolounge & Bar, The Rail, in the downtown area, and the AMP, JJ’s Grill, After 5 Bar & Grill, Foghorn’s Wings, Local Lime, Big Orange, Twin Peaks and Havana Tropical Grill are all nearby.
Like the rest of the Northwest Arkansas area, Rogers has a flourishing microbrewery industry. Ozark Beer Company, New Province Brewing Company, and the Natural State Beer Company. Uptown Kitchen & Tap – Growler USA is a microbrew pub! It offers delicious food, an upscale environment and 100 of the best local and regional hand-crafted beverages.
Shopping in Rogers ranges from quaint specialty shops to large popular chain stores. There are six distinct districts including Dixieland, Downtown, Pinnacle Hills, Village on the Creeks, Scottsdale & Kingston Centre and Pleasant Grove Crossing. Also be sure to shop the many delightful flea markets in Rogers.