The AreaYou won't run out of things to do here, and the Beaver Lake Get-A-Way is close to it all.
Besides Beaver Lake activities, there's golf, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, civil war history, hunting, great restaurants and shopping.
Take a minute and tour our area. We think you'll find plenty to do year round.
Of course it's hard to overlook Beaver Lake from here.
The first of a series of Corps of Engineer lakes on the White River, Beaver has almost 500 miles of shore line and over 28,000 acres of surface area.
Smallmouth, Largemouth, and Striper bass, crappie, bream, channel and spoonbill catfish all live in abundance in the lake. The Arkansas State record Striper (64 pounds 8 ounces) was caught right here at the Beaver Dam.
Below the dam in the cold waters of the White River, the trout fishing is some of the best anywhere.Prairie Creek Country Club - 1.5 miles (directions)
Lost Springs Golf and Athletic Club - 7.2 miles (directions)
Big Sugar Golf Club - 10.6 miles (directions)
Pinnacle Country Club (Private) - 12.3 miles (directions)
Creeks Golf Course - 16.6 miles (directions)
Bella Vista Country Club (Private) - 23.4 miles (directions to Bella Vista)
Beaver Lake Get-A-Way is only a mile from Prairie Creek Marina (directions)
with a boat launch, restaurant, live bait, and swim area. Boat rentals are also available. The north end of Beaver Lake is known for its good water and great boating.
Bring your bass boat, ski boat, or personal water craft and see what a wonderful lake it is.
Excellent golf courses can be found just a few miles from the Get-A-Way.
Here's a partial list of courses:
So don't forget to bring your clubs when you visit!
Hobbs State Park - Conservation Area
One of the area's greatest treasures, Hobbs State Park is only about 20 minutes from the Get-A-Way
covering 12,045 acres along the southern shores of Beaver Lake.
Four hiking trails including a 1/2-mile, barrier-free historical trail and 21-mile multi-use trail; an all-weather public firing range; regulated seasonal hunting; and undeveloped access to Beaver Lake make Hobbs a natural for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
Hobbs is Arkansas's only state park where hunting is allowed. They don't call us "The Natural State" without reason.
Pea Ridge Military Park
Civil War historians can spend the day at Pea Ridge National Military Park. Less than 30 minutes away
the park includes the re-creation of the historic Elkhorn Tavern, which was the scene of the two-day battle’s heaviest fighting;
remnants of the original section of the Telegraph/Military Road, an important thoroughfare prior to the war; and the battlefield itself.
The park also contains approximately two-and-a-half miles of the Trail of Tears as followed by some members of the Cherokee Nation.
Ozark Arts and Crafts Fairs
Each Spring and Fall the Ozark hills come alive with the sights, sounds and smells of the War Eagle Mill Antique & Craft Show
in May and the wildly popular War Eagle Mill Arts & Crafts Fair in October. If you're coming for one of the shows there's no better place to
stay than the Get-A-Way, just 10 miles from War Eagle Mill
Whether you want to shop for antiques and local art, or power shop at the mall, you're not far away from any of it.
- Downtown Rogers, one of only 19 communities within the state of Arkansas that qualify as an integral part of the National Main Street Program, is less than 5 miles away
Shops like Poor Richard's Art, Zian Fine Art, and Brick Street Botanical offer a taste of local craftmanship. (Don't forget to stop by the Daisy Airgun Museum while you're there.)
- The Scottsdale Center is just 8 miles away
and features a list of stores that includes Khols, Pier 1, Chico's, Kirkland's Home, Men's Warehouse, Old Navy, Gap, Barnes and Noble, and She Said Yes Bridal.
- Pinnacle Hills Promenade features shops like American Eagle, Eddie Bauer, White House | Black Market,
Williams-Sonoma, Dillard's, and Pottery Barn and is only 10 miles away
- The Shoppes at Pinnacle Hills offers local upscale shopping including shops like The Perfect Pair, Lola Boutique, 3 Monkeys, Ropa, and RSVP of Pinnacle Hills
and is only 10 miles from the Get-A-Way
- If you're up for a bit more of a drive, Eureka Springs is less than a hour away
It doesn't matter if you are looking for that special gift or a one-of-a-kind piece of fine art, you can find it in Eureka Springs. No malls, no "chain" stores, no discount houses, just fabulous specialty shops, art galleries, and restaurants.
- Grocery Shopping - It's an easy walk or a very short drive to The Prairie Creek Cove convenience store
if you just have a few things to pick up. If you need a super market, Harp's Food Store & Pharmacy is only 4 miles away
What do you have in mind?
- If you're in the mood for pizza and wings, it's as close as downtown Rogers at The Rail. While you're downtown
grab a drink at Club Frisco, a locally owned pub that can order in sandwiches from Iron Horse Coffee Co.
- Catfish John's is well known locally for their fried catfish and is a favorite in this area
- For family style, The Monte Ne Inn has been serving their famous family style chicken dinners for over 32 years
- The Bean Palace at the War Eagle Mill offers a "down home" style breakfast and lunch. Only 10 miles from the Get-A-Way
the Bean Palace is a unique dining experience in a working water powered mill.
- One of our favorites is Crabby's Seafood Bar & Grill. Only 9 miles away
Crabby's offers some of the best seafood you'll find anywhere and a great atmosphere.
- Looking for more standard fare? Check out NWA Restaurants for information about all of our area
restaurants, like Ruth's Chris, Bonefish Grill, Copelands, Mimi's Cafe, On the Border, Outback, and Cold Stone Creamery. The site has information and maps on all kinds of area restaurants, all of which are within about 30 minutes of the Get-A-Way.