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Fayetteville AR Apartments
Fayetteville, Arkansas, renowned as the "Track Capital of the World" because of the track and field program of the University of Arkansas, has been ranked number seven on Kipplinger's 2008 list of "Best Cities to Live, Work and Play."
The town is nestled among the Ozark Mountains, one of the largest ranges in the country, which are a valuable source of minerals and which is also a haven for hikers and fishers. Ozark National Forest lies a short distance to the south (take U.S. Highway 71 from Fayetteville and you will reach the forest); here the Buffalo River preserves one of the few remaining free- flowing streams in this part of the country. The entire region— known as the Ozark Plateau— also covers parts of Oklahoma, Missouri, and Illinois and is full of deep valleys and rugged hills which give it its breathtaking natural beauty.
One of the most noteworthy local attractions in Fayetteville is a replica of the Statue of Liberty. This statue was placed by the Boy Scouts during the 1950s as part of their fortieth anniversary celebration and is one of two hundred other such statues placed throughout the country.
Being located deep in what was once Confederate territory, Fayetteville naturally was the site of many Civil War battles, most notably the Battle of Fayetteville, fought within the town on April 18, 1863. Headquarters House Museum was used as headquarters for the armies of both sides at one time or another; as the battle was fought in its own front yard, its survival was a miracle! A battle reenactment is held yearly at the site, and also an ice cream social. There is a bookstore here. And to the north is the Confederate Cemetery, where soldiers killed in the Battles of Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove are buried.
The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks has one of the most beautiful flower displays in the area— and also offers lectures on botanical subjects. Couples can have their weddings here. Mt. Sequoyah Conference and Retreat Center offers a spectacular view of the whole town. At the Dickson Street Book Store, one can buy rare or used books. And Maxine's Tap Room is one of the oldest bars in the area, open since 1950, though it did have to close down for a brief period a few years ago for insurance reasons after partly burning down.
Part of the line for the St. Louis & San Francisco Railway (incorporated in 1876; went through several bankruptcies and renamings before merging with the Burlington National Railroad in 1980) crossed Fayetteville, linking the city with Fort Smith on the Oklahoma border. Jefferson Bus Lines and Jones Transportation Services, Inc. offer bus services. Taxi rides may be obtained from Dynasty Taxi and Aransas Limousine Services Limited.
The career outlook for the city is fairly good. There is a Walmart store located here, where one can work at many jobs in many departments. As of now, online job searches for Fayetteville yield such results as "Water/Wastewater Instrumentation & Control Tech" and sales job at Kinetic Corp.
As to Fayetteville apartment rentals, one of the best is The Links, with its golf course! The Cliffs I has a gazebo on its grounds, plus a pavilion and tennis and basketball courts.
Fayetteville, Arkansas is one of the best places in the country, to live, work, or visit.