Cell phones have awesome picture taking features, and you don’t have to know a lot about how to take the perfect shot either.  For the most part, you just point and take your photo.  Selfies are the rage with every age group, and sometimes the competition gets fierce.  Northwest Arkansas offers a photo op at practically every turn, but which ones offer the prospect of a once -in-a-lifetime pic?  Which selfie opportunity offers the probability of an amazing memorable pic?

Enjoy yourself while taking selfies at the Top locations below:


Bella Vista Lake
Bucky Ball
Compton Gardens
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
rsz_kissing_circle_at_xnaCrystal Bridges Museum of American Art Walking Trails
Downtown Square
Slaughter Pen Bike Trail
Scott Family Amazeum
Walmart Museum
XNA Airport Kissing Circle 

Bella Vista

Back 40 Trails
Blowing Springs
Lake Ann
Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel
Tanyard Creek
Veterans Wall of Honor

Eureka Springs

Basin Park Hotel
Beaver Dam
Christ of the Ozarks
Inspiration Point at Sunset
Historic Downtown
Lake Leatherwood
The Crescent Hotel  
Thorncrown Chapel
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge


Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
Buffalo River (outside of Fayetteville)
Devils Den
ryan-on-bike-trailDickson Street
Donald R Reynolds Razorback Stadium
Downtown Square
Hawksbill Crag (Co Rd 5, Kingston, AR 72742)
Lake Fayetteville
Mt Sequoyah Cross – Mount Sequoyah Overlook
Mulbuerry River (Outside of Fayetteville)
Terra Studios 
University of Arkansas Old Main
Walton Art Center
Wilson Park 


Pea Ridge National Military Park
Whitney Mountain Lodge


Wild Wilderness Drive Through


Beaver lake – (Located in Benton/Carroll Counties, Arkansas)
Daisy Airgun Museum
Downtown Rogers
Frisco  Caboose 1101 – Centennial Park (Located at the corner of S First & W Walnut, this caboose resides in Centennial Park in downtown Rogers)
Razorback Greenway
The Railyard BIKE park
Walmart AMP
War Eagle Mill
War Eagle Cavern


Arvest Ballpark – Home of the Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Dong Guero Taqueria
Downtown Emma Avenue
JB Hunt Park
Lake Springdale
Razorback Regional Greenway Trail System
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History
The Jones Center
Onyx Coffee Lab
Welcome to Downtown Springdale on old Ryan’s Building

Siloam Springs

John Brown University
Main Street Siloam Springs
Sager Creek – (Runs through downtown Siloam, Springs)
Siloam Springs Kayak Park

NOTE:  Always be aware of your surrounds especially when taking photos!

Note:  Photo at top of page courtesy of Amanda Reed