Pardon our sparseness.  We’re currently preparing our website with lots of new content Watch this space for a relaunch on January 29, 2021 – one year from the Fayetteville World Championships. But while you’re here – enjoy this video & check out our Merchandise Site. 


Come back in January 2021 and see you in January 2022 in Fayetteville!




Nestled in the heart of the rolling and rugged Ozark Mountains, Fayetteville brings together the best that Arkansas has to offer: stunning scenery, fantastic food, a rich history, quirky culture, and a profusion of southern hospitality.

What began in the early 1800s as little more than an antebellum outpost has blossomed into a thriving town where college students flock from across the country to attend the University of Arkansas, young folks settle down to raise their families, and artists hone their craft and expand their creative horizons. Despite these rapid and profound transformations, Fayetteville remains rooted in its rustic past: public parks and nature preserves—such as Kessler Mountain and Milsaps Mountain (site of the World Championships)—abound, and many are stitched together by the city’s 38 miles of soft-surface trails, all part of the Oz Trails network and 43 miles of shared-use paved trails.

Downtown and on Dickson Street (the city’s picturesque and bustling main drag) evidence of Fayetteville’s vibrant arts scene abounds—murals by local painters festoon the brick facades of historic buildings and modern apartment complexes; quaint shops sell used books, vinyl records, and the work of local craftspeople; and the sounds of local musicians emanate from street corners, balconies, dim-lit dive bars, and the legendary George’s Majestic Lounge, Arkansas’s oldest live-music venue.

Fayetteville frequently ranks among the best places to live in America. We can’t wait for you to visit to find out why. We’ll see you in 2022.

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