Osage Park

Recreation with all in mind

Welcome to the ultimate urban park full of natural experiences and recreational adventures. Osage Park is a thrilling destination for visitors of all ages, interests, and abilities. You can become a champion archer, a leading conservationist, or simply a curious explorer. Access our floating boardwalks around the park’s 12-acre wetland ecosystem or try out the unique programming at The Quiver Archery Range. Whether you want to explore the native wetlands, play pickle ball, visit the dog park, enjoy live music, or connect with your surroundings, the adventures at Osage are endless.

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Learn More about Oz Art at Osage Park

Oz Art NWA at Osage Park

Visit Osage Park and experience the 6 beautiful art installments from Oz Art NWA.
“Osage Park is the perfect location for art that immerses visitors in the outdoor experience. When
thinking about work that would complement this setting and inspire park visitors, we sought artists whose work illustrates a respect for the natural environment and an affinity for everyday life,” – Elizabeth Miller, art collection manager for OZ Art NWA.


Lake Bentonville – Bentonville Parks & Recreation

Enjoy recreation along Lake Bentonville. This lake is part of Bentonville Parks and Recreation and offers fishing opportunities to those over 16 with a fishing license – stocked with catfish, trout, and bream. Largemouth Bass are also stocked, but are catch and release only. Visitors can also take advantage of the kayaking/canoeing and playground!

For more information – visit bentonville parks & Recreation


Hours: Sunrise – Sunset
Questions? Email info@peelcompton.org