Situated in the Flint Creek Valley near the Ozark Mountains, between Grand Lake of the Cherokees and Beaver Lake, Siloam Springs Arkansas has an abundance of natural beauty. A fast-growing city 84 miles east of Tulsa, the history of Siloam Springs dates to 1835, when Simon Sager settled here. His original dwelling is located on the campus of John Brown University and is fully restored. The town was established in 1880.
Natural Falls State Park is a 120-acre park featuring a 77-food waterfall, located eight miles away in Oklahoma. It features a small grotto, an observation platform, campsites and nature trails.
Siloam Springs hosts several annual events, including the Siloam Springs Rodeo and the Dogwood Festival. The Family Aquatic Center has two 130-food water slides, two drip slides, and diving boards.
The dynamic, growing city of Siloam Springs has abundant natural beauty and great neighborhoods. It is an excellent location for apartment renting in Northwest Arkansas.