Map of bike paths / walking paths in Fayetteville & Springdale, AR


Recreational trails for walking & cycling in Fayetteville & Springdale, Arkansas

Fayetteville and Springdale, Arkansas map area

Fayetteville and Springdale, Arkansas

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Cato Springs Trail

Creekside Park Trail

Gulley Park Trail

Lake Fayetteville Trail

Meadow Valley Trail

Mud Creek Trail

Razorback Greenway - Clear Creek Trail

Razorback Greenway - Frisco Trail

Razorback Greenway - Scull Creek Trail

Razorback Greenway

Razor Back Greenway - Town Branch Trail

Walker Park Trail

Wilson Park Trail



Siloam Spings

Fort Smith

The cities of Fayetteville and Springdale are located in the northwest corner of Arkansas. This area has a number of recreational trails for bike riding and walking, many of which are included in the Razorback Regional Greenway.

Razorback Regional Greenway

The Razorback Regional Greenway is a collection of paved recreational trails that travel over 40 miles through the Fayetteville, Springdale, Lowell, Rogers, Bentonville and Bella Vista. The trails also connect to numerous recreational trails that then travel through local and regional parks, head up alongside creeks or venture into residential neighborhoods.

The north end of the Razorback Regional Greenway is located at Bella Vista Lake, just west of Highway 71. This point is also near the Sugar Creek Soccer Park. The south end of the trail system is located at Mt. Kessler Regional Park on the south side of Fayetteville.

Within Springdale, the trail crosses under Interstate 49 and follows alongside Silent Grove Road to Lake Springdale. South of the lake, the trail heads away from major roadways and wanders through the natural areas alongside Spring Creek. Farther south, the trail goes right through the center of Springdale and to the west of the airfield alongside S. Powell Street. to the trail that wraps around Lake Fayetteville.

Within Fayetteville, the north end of the trail wraps around Lake Fayetteville then travels through the natural areas alongside Clear Creek and Scull Creek. The trail is located to the east of the campus of the University of Arkansas.

A new section of paved pathway has been added on the south end of Fayetteville. This section is titled the Cato Springs Trail and connects to the Town Branch Trail at Greenhouse Park. From the park, the Cato Springs Trail heads south through the natural areas adjacent to Cato Springs Branch Creek. The paved pathway travels under Interstate 49 and ends at Mt. Kessler Regional Park.

The Razorback Regional Greenway goes past the following points of interest in Fayetteville and Springdale:

Hunt Elementary School
Lake Springdale
Shiloh Memorial Park
Luther George Park
The Jones Center
George Elementary School
George Junior High School
Lake Fayetteville
Washington Regional Medical Center
University of Arkansas
Walker Park
Greathouse Park
Mt. Kessler Regional Park


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Fayetteville and Springdale, Arkansas.