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Fayetteville, Arkansas is known for many things – home to the state’s flagship university, a Civil War Headquarters, world championship cyclists, a music festival and keeping all things funky. While the unique style and business environment are conducive to startups, innovation and entrepreneurialism, the foundational environment built upon intellect and education provides stability and duration.
The history of Fayetteville tells a story that makes the names of many of its hot spots and organizations make sense.
Today, many come to Fayetteville to settle their young family, begin a college career, or chase dreams in a town known for accepting change and becoming a world-class premier vacation destination. Cyclists, boutique shoppers, college parents, and tech gurus call this unique place home.
It’s tough to visit Fayetteville and not think regional, so if you are visiting the area for flea markets or bike trails, a long weekend, spring break, summer vacation or checking out the Ozarks, make sure to see other spots in Northwest Arkansas.
Other Arkansas destination cities can be found here.
Photos courtesy of Arkansas Parks & Tourism
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