PLAN YOUR VISIT

Make it a trip to remember

Parsons Stadium is located in Springdale, Arkansas – home to countless hiking and biking trails, premiere shopping, unique experiences, art, theatre, incredible food and so much more! When you attend an event, your family can turn it into a vacation to remember.

Things to do in Northwest Arkansas

The flip cards below feature a few of the amenities to enjoy!

Where to Stay

Visitors have a number of local hotels, RV parks, and cabin rental options to choose from. Below is a list of places within 15 miles of Parsons Stadium.

Whisler Mobile Home & RV Park

Rivers Edge RV Park & Stables

Sleep Inn & Suites

Double Tree Club by Hilton

Holiday Inn & Suites

Art, Music, & Theatre

Northwest Arkansas is home to an incredible line-up of entertainment venues in addition to Parsons. Including but not limited:

Crystal Bridges Museums

TheatreSquared

Walton Arts Center

Amazeum

Rivers & Lakes

If the water is calling your name, you’ll find ample opportunities for fishing, boating, water sports, or kayaking in Northwest Arkansas. 

Beaver Lake

Buffalo National River

Lake Fayetteville

Shopping

In addition to our western lifestyle vendor shopping available during the rodeo, there are shopping opportunities ranging from local boutiques to impressive outlet malls. Within walking distance of Parsons Stadium in Downtown Springdale featuring local shops and dining. 

Rogers Promenade

Fayetteville Northwest Arkansas Mall 

Downtown Springdale

 

The Razorback Greenway

Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of Rogers, Springdale, and Lowell in-between. Running for 36 miles, the trail is entirely off-road, with the exception of a few short sections of adjacent sidewalk and protected bike lane throughout and a brief share-the-road stretch in central Bentonville.

The Greenway neighbors Parsons Stadium and is a fun way to enjoy the Natural State via walking, jogging, or biking.

Biking

Now recognized as the biking capital of the world, our area is thriving with biking opportunities for all skill levels and preferences! Some of the notable trails in the area include:

Slaughter Pen

Monument Trail

Fitzgerald Mountain

Railyard Park & Lake Atalanta 

Jones Center Bike Park

Dining

Our region is exploding with flavor and options when it comes to your dining preferences! There are many incredible restaurant and dining experiences. The list below is just a few near Parsons Stadium. 

Black Apple Hard Cider

Odd Soul

Acambaro

Susan’s Restaurant

Local Tourism Organizations