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Benton County, Arkansas

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Overview

Benton County is a county located in the U.S. state of Arkansas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 221,339, making it the second-most populous county in Arkansas. The county seat is Bentonville. The county was formed on September 30, 1836 and was named after Thomas Hart Benton, a U.S. Senator from Missouri. In 2012, Benton County voters elected to make the county wet, or a non-alcohol prohibition location.

Benton County is part of the Northwest Arkansas region.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Avoca
  • Bella Vista
  • Bentonville (County Seat)
  • Bethel Heights
  • Cave Springs
  • Centerton
  • Cherokee City
  • Decatur
  • Elm Springs (part)
  • Garfield
  • Gateway
  • Gentry
  • Gravette
  • Highfill
  • Hiwasse
  • Little Flock
  • Lost Bridge Village
  • Lowell
  • Maysville
  • Pea Ridge
  • Prairie Creek
  • Rogers
  • Siloam Springs
  • Springdale (part)
  • Springtown
  • Sulphur Springs

Links

Wikipedia

The Adar House

The Alfrey-Brown House

The Applegate Drugstore

The Bank of Gentry

The Bank of Rogers

The Fred Bartell House

The Benton County Jail

The Benton County Nat'l Bank

The Benton County Poor Farm Cemetery

The Bentonville Confederate Monument

Bogart Hardware Store

The Braithwaite House

The Bratt-Smiley House

The Breedlove House & Water Tower

The Bryan House No. 2

The Carl House

Coats School

Council Grove Methodist Church

The Charles R. Craig Building

The Craig-Bryan House

The Duckworth-Williams House

The Freeman-Felker House

The Gailey Hollow Farmstead

The Gentry Grand Army of the Republic Monument

The German Builder's House

The Hagler-Cole Cabin

The Henry Furniture Store Building

The Henry-Thompson House

The Hiwasse Bank

The 305 East Ashley House

The Charles Juhre House

The Kefauver House

The Kindley House

The Koons House

The Linebarger House

The Macon-Harrison House

The Town House Hotel

The Maxwell-Hinman House

The McCleod House

Monte Ne

Mt. Hebron M.E. Church South & Cemetery

The Mutual Aid Union Building

The Myler House

The New Home School & Church

Oak Hill Mausoleum

Osage Creek Bridge

Osage Mills Dam

The Parks-Reagan House

Pea Ridge National Military Park

The Col. Samuel W. Peel House

The Piercy Farmstead

The Pinkston-Mays Store Building

The Putman Cemetery

The Quell House

The Railroad Cottage

The James A. Rice House

The Rocky Branch School

The Simon Sager Cabin

The Shores Warehouse

The Stockton Building

The Terry Block Building

Van Winkle's Mill Site

Wal-Mart Corporate Office

War Eagle Bridge

The Wasson House

Wee Pine Knot

The Col. Young House