Siloam Springs’ focus on wellness leads to a healthy community and workforce. Preemptive and responsive healthcare coupled with a community culture that values activity and the outdoors work together to promote a vibrant and healthy lifestyle among residents of Siloam Springs.


Siloam Springs Regional Hospital

Siloam Springs Regional Hospital opened in 2012 with 42 private patient rooms, and offers inpatient and outpatient surgery, emergency medicine, medical, surgical and intensive care units, obstetrics, outpatient diagnostic services and inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. With more than 30 physicians on the medical staff, Siloam Springs Regional Hospital provides compassionate, customer-focused care. In addition to responsive medical care to return patients to health, Siloam Springs Regional Hospital offers wellness programs including Healthy Woman, Senior Circle, and seminars, support groups and classes designed to help the community maintain good health.

Sports and Recreation

Exercise is one of the primary ways that Siloam Springs residents practice wellness, and our location in Northwest Arkansas makes it easy to enjoy a wealth of natural beauty and outdoor recreational activities. Siloam Springs Parks & Recreation operates tennis courts, softball fields, a soccer complex, outdoor volleyball court, playgrounds, a skate park, and a family aquatic center during the summer. The Dogwood Springs Heritage Trail provides 11.5 miles of paved surface for walking, running and biking between parks and green spaces in the city with many more miles planned.

City Lake Park invites you to grab your favorite fishing rod and reel and head out to the reservoir for a day of angling for catfish, bream, bluegill, largemouth bass, rock bass, sunfish, drum, carp and yellow bass. The lake shore is a great place to spot a variety of birds, otters and other wildlife while you enjoy the picnic areas, new soft surface mountain bike trails or launch your boat into the water.

Minutes out of Siloam Springs is Ozark National Forest, which includes part of the 165-mile Ozark Highlands Trail, one of the most spectacular hiking trails in the U.S. Whether you are a hiker, camper, canoeist, horseback rider, hunter or fisherman, the Ozark National Forest offers you the experience you are seeking. The Forest also offers three spectacular multiple use trails for horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs).

Also near Siloam Springs is the Chesney Prairie Natural Area, one of few tallgrass prairie remnants left on the Arkansas portion of the Springfield Plateau and an excellent location for bird watching.