The city of Sherwood has the benefit of a strong community spirit in addition to a pretty large income. As of 2013, Sherwood's per capita income was $27,684.
Located in Cleburne County on the shores of beautiful Greers Ferry Lake, Higden is a great place for weekend getaways and vacations. The resort town's growing popularity shows; $28,775 was the town's per capita income in 2013.
13. Little Rock
In 2013, Little Rock had a per capita income of $29,382. Thanks to further commercial expansion into west Little Rock and additional businesses moving into the downtown area, the capital city is starting to see more positive financial growth.
12. Prairie Creek
Prairie Creek, situated on the lovely shore of Beaver Lake, enjoyed a per capita income of $29,383 in 2013. Despite a population of a little more than 2,060 residents, tourism remains a strong factor in the town's success.
11. White Hall
A part of the Pine Bluff Metro area, White Hall has a listed population of 5,526 and had a per capita income of $29,587 in 2013.
Rockwell is a growing community located in Garland County. The population jumped from 3,024 in 2000 to 3,780 in 2010. As of 2013, the town of Rockwell's per capita income was $30,094.
Located on the Springfield Plateau in the Ozark Mountains, Johnson is home to the historic Johnson Mill and is in the midst of an amazing population boom of nearly 50% growth since 2000. As of 2013, Johnson's per capita income was $30,269.
There's big money in the little town of Roe. With a population of only 108, Roe's per capita income in 2013 was $30,915.
7. Bella Vista
The northernmost of the wealthy northwest Arkansas cities, Bella Vista (like the town of Roe) is located on the Springfield Plateau of the Ozark Mountains. This popular vacation town had a per capita income of $32,542 in 2015.
For many, Bentonville is the first town that comes to mind when one thinks about 'wealthy Arkansas'. The home base of Walmart had a per capita income of $33,447 in 2013, making Bentonville a worthy contender for richest town in the state.
5. Wiederkehr Village
Hooray for Wiederkehr! The tiny town of Wiederkehr Village reported a per capita income of $35,847 in 2013. Word has definitely gotten out about the amazing vineyards, great food, and fun wine-tasting tours.
4. Hot Springs Village
One of Arkansas's most tranquil and scenic places to live, Hot Springs Village also brings in big bucks as well. In 2013, the town's per capita income was $36,501.
If you were a child of the 80s growing up in central Arkansas, this is where your parents really wanted to buy property. That's for good reason; they saw the future in this prosperous suburb of Little Rock. Maumelle's per capita income in 2013 was $36,838 and rising.
2. Lake Hamilton
Considered by many to be one of the finest places to live in Arkansas, the town of Lake Hamilton is great if you want to have all the scenic beauty of a waterfront property while being close to historic Hot Springs. The per capita income in 2013 for Lake Hamilton was $41,654.
1. Cammack Village
In Little Rock we tell tourists to go to Hillcrest to see where the new-monied hipsters go, but we keep the old money enclave of Cammack Village pretty exclusive--just the way they've always liked it. The per capita income for the community once considered 'west Little Rock' before Chenal Valley came into play had a per capita income of $43,596. (That's pretty good for a locale once considered too far west to be a part of the capital city.)
Honorable mentions of Arkansas towns with high per capita income in 2013 go to Rogers ($26,442), Bryant ($26,443), Lowell ($24,988), Benton ($23,912), Cale ($23,505), and Fayetteville ($23,251). With this data posted and these things said, which towns do you see taking the places of these wealthy locations over the next decade? Or d you think it will all stay the same?