Paved Shared-Use Trails

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As part of its Active Transportation Plan, adopted in 2015, the City of Fayetteville is committed to expand its network of  shared-use paved trails and on-street bicycle lanes to provide trail access within 1/2 mile of every home.  More than 40 miles of paved walking and biking trails are already in place, and more trails are underway.  

Whether you are planning a bike route from home to work or school, or just looking for a fun Saturday afternoon family ride, Fayetteville has the trail for you! Below are a few of the longest and most popular trails, but the City is full of smaller trails, loops, and spurs that present a host of opportunities for cycling exploration and adventure! 

Don't have a bike?  No problem!  Check out the City's VeoRide bike share program, or rent a bike, trike, or trailer for the day from Lake Fayetteville Rentals

  1. Razorback Greenway
  2. Cato Springs Trail
  3. Lake Fayetteville Trail
  4. Mud Creek Trail
  5. Tsa-La-Gi Trail

Scull Creek Razorback Greenway Trial at NightRazorback Regional Greenway in Fayetteville

The Razorback Regional Greenway extends 9.4 miles through the center of Fayetteville along a north-south axis.  Originally composed of the Frisco and Scull Creek Trails, the Greenway is now a regional connector extending over 37 miles north to Bella Vista.  All of the Greenway sections in Fayetteville include lighting for extended use as an active transportation route.  

At its southern end, the Greenway connects to the City’s Town Branch Trail extending 1/2 mile west where it ties to the Cato Springs Trail and extends an additional 3 miles to the Kessler Mountain Regional Park.  To the North, the Greenway passes through the City of Johnson and along the northwest side of Lake Fayetteville before entering the City of Springdale.

View a  map of the Razorback Regional Greenway here