Springdale, in the Ozark mountains of northwest Arkansas, is the fourth largest city in the state. Many people in the region know Springdale for the Springdale Municipal Airport and Northwest Medical Center, both located near downtown. Homes for rent in Springdale are primarily in residential and suburban neighborhoods - the title "city" doesn't mean crowded apartments in this case. Springdale is at the intersection of routes 71 and 412, about halfway between Rogers and Fayetteville. Springdale has a variety of successful industries in the city, but is best known as the home of Tyson Foods, the largest beef packer in the U.S. with a 25 percent market share and $12.7 billion in beef sales a year.
Springdale is a large Arkansas city with unique Ozark culture and a strong industrial economy.