Siloam Springs, Arkansas
Welcome to Siloam Springs!
This city of
more than 13,000 was founded over 120 years ago as a summer health resort.
Of the 65 buildings in
downtown Siloam Springs, 43 are contributing historic buildings.
Of those, seven are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The historic
downtown provides a variety of shopping, business, and eating. Brick sidewalks lead
to Twin Springs Park and the Farmer’s Market, which operates from spring through
fall. Lunch near the town fountain built in 1936 produces a fun, relaxing atmosphere.
Sager Creek, surrounded by stonewalls, winds its way along beautiful hills, springs,
parks with gazebos, bridges, fountains, playgrounds, and other landmarks.
The Sager Creeks Arts Center promotes literature, theater, visual arts and music
through personal involvement from the community. The public library and the Siloam
Springs Museum have done outstanding work in preserving and exhibiting the city’s
history. The award-winning Chamber of Commerce Dogwood Festival is scheduled Friday
through Sunday on the last full weekend of April. Craft exhibitors from all over
the United States attract over 30,000 visitors to Siloam Springs. John Brown University
located in Siloam Springs is a four-year private university and member of Arkansas
Independent Colleges and Universities. Their enrollment of approximately 1,500 students
represents 46 states and 30 countries.
Our community is only 45 minutes from the University of Arkansas campus and activities
and just 35 minutes from the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, and 20 minutes
from I-540. Northwest Arkansas is growing at an incredible rate. Take advantage
of great opportunities that are in our area.
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