Brick-paved streets lead to old-fashioned store fronts filled with unique furniture, antiques and gifts, cafes, jewelry and business offices in the historic downtown of Rogers, AR, which encompasses about eight square blocks. The Daisy International Air Museum, home to the world’s largest collection of antique airguns, and the Rogers Historical Museum are also located here. More contemporary and cosmopolitan shopping abounds near Interstate 540 at Scottsdale Center and at Village on the Creeks.
Outdoor opportunities abound, too, in Rogers, AR. Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area on Beaver Lake is just minutes from downtown Rogers, Arkansas. At 30,000 acres, Beaver Lake offers top-notch fishing, particularly for striped bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bream and catfish. Popular water sports include boating, water skiing, scuba diving and swimming. Also, Rogers is seven miles from War Eagle, home to one of the finest crafts fairs in the country, 34 miles from Eureka Springs, and about 67 miles from the Buffalo National River.
As a Main Street City, Rogers Arkansas is dedicated to preserving the historic fabric of its downtown.
Introduced to the community of Rogers, Arkansas in 1985, the Main Street Rogers Program, a branch of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is a revitalization program available to historic downtown districts that impacts the core business district, and in doing so energizes the entire community.
Downtown Rogers is proud of our many historically significant buildings and the historical aura that you experience as you shop in our community. The shopping district remains occupied providing community members and visitors a variety of shopping, restaurants, arts, antiques, books, cards, children’s wear, craft supplies, jewelry, candles, clothing, flowers, pottery, and much much more.