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Siloam Springs, Arkansas


Elevation 1,132 feet
GIS: 36.183333, -94.539444

Siloam Springs is a city in Benton County, Arkansas.  According to 2010 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city is 15,039.  It is part of the Fayetteville–Springdale–Rogers, AR-MO Metropolitan Statistical Area.

The area is located in the region of the country where the southern plains meet the Ozark Mountains. The city sits atop a plateau.


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Numerous dogwood trees grow across the landscape. The area is a mix of Southern and Midwestern cultures.  Osage Indians were the first inhabitants of the area. Siloam Springs, AR

Siloam Springs' first settlers were of German and Scots-Irish origin. Simon Sager is considered the initial founder of the first settlement known as Hico.  A small creek, named after the founder, Sager Creek, flows through the downtown area. Siloam Springs is made up of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and West Siloam Springs, Oklahoma. The latter is in the territory of the Cherokee Nation in northeastern Oklahoma.

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Facility rentals are available, including Henry Park's large and small pavilions, City and Twin Springs Park gazebos.

Located on Benton Street, the Henry Park pavilions are a great way to spend an afternoon with friends and family. For your convenience, there are 8 eight foot tables and 70 chairs.

These historic icons of our town are located at the corner of University & Mt. Olive and at the south end of Broadway.  Twin Springs Park also features the fountain that is to be restored as well as the flower garden that was restored by one of the Garden Clubs in town.

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