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Rogers, AR

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Rogers is an ideal Arkansas city to settle and put down some roots. Not only does it offer big-city amenities with a small town feel, but CNN Money named it one of the top 100 places to live in America. Thanks to its proximity to a major corporate headquarters, this city offers a lifestyle that is both affordable and upscale. But that is not all, as Rogers is also close to amazing natural resources that offer plenty of recreation for locals all year long.

Getting Around in Rogers, AR

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The average commuter time in Rogers is:
15 to 19 minutes
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  • Time Range
  • 25 to 29 minutes
  • 30 to 34 minutes
  • 35 to 39 minutes
  • Percentage of workers
  • 6.66%
  • 10.91%
  • 1.08%

Time at Lake Atalanta

There are lots of outdoor recreation opportunities in the Rogers area, including spending time at Lake Atalanta, boasting two separate parks on its grounds. A reservoir built during the Great Depression, Lake Atalanta is Rogers' second-oldest park, so you can give the kids quick history lessons while you fish for rainbow trout in the stocked lake. If fishing is not your thing, you can participate in everything from mini golf to swimming in the Olympic-sized pool. This is also a great location for outdoor family gatherings and celebrations, including birthday picnics and family reunions.

The Daisy Air Rifle M

Whether you played with them or not, BB guns are an icon of American childhood and Daisy Outdoor Products, which makes some of the most famous of these toys, is headquartered in Rogers. Not only are its offices located here, the company also offers a museum dedicated to its products and history. At the Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum, visitors can check out old airgun models and advertisements. If you are a particular enthusiast of this brand, be sure to stop by the museum's gift shop so you can pick up a souvenir like a limited-edition airgun, a vintage Daisy poster, and other unique historical memorabilia.