The City of Fayetteville is proud to offer a unique and extensive trail network for both biking and walking that promotes active, healthy lifestyles as well as alternate transportation. Below you’ll find information regarding how to best utilize Fayetteville trails to meet your needs.
View the interactive parks and trails map.
City trails include paved shared-use trails, designated bicycle lanes on city streets, and natural-surface mountain bike and hiking trails. We are continuing to expand and improve our trails with lighting, art and landscaping, and new construction. View our current trail construction projects.
The Razorback Greenway is a 40 mile (64 km), primarily off-road, paved trail that travels on a north-south axis through Northwest Arkansas. Dedicated on May 2, 2015, the Greenway connects Kessler Mountain Regional Park in Fayetteville to Lake Bella Vista north of Bentonville, while also accessing many schools, businesses and cultural amenities along the route.
The NWA Razorback Greenway Alliance
Established in 2020, the purpose of the Alliance is to provide a multi-jurisdictional approach to trail governance to ensure the Razorback Greenway remains best in class nationally and continues to improve and innovate. The seven communities represented are Bella Vista, Bentonville, Rogers, Lowell, Springdale, Johnson and Fayetteville.
In addition to commissioning a fully updated brand identity package and expanding the mileage of the Greenway the Alliance has developed a plan for improvements to the maintenance, facilities, and operational infrastructure of the Razorback Greenway.
View the Razorback Greenway Operations and Management Plan.
For questions or comments, contact the NWA Razorback Greenway Alliance.
Trail Rules and Etiquette
Electric bicycles, electric scooters and motorized wheelchairs are permitted on trails. Other motorized vehicles are prohibited.
- Yield to others when entering or crossing trail.
- Faster trail users should yield to slower traffic.
- Move off the trail when stopped to allow others to pass.
Bicycles Stay to the Right and Pass with Care
- Look ahead and behind before passing.
- Ring a bell or give a clear verbal warning by saying “passing” or “on your left” before passing other trail users.
- Yield to oncoming traffic when passing.
- Always wear a helmet when biking.
- Use bicycle lights and reflectors after dusk.
- Use hand signals to indicate a turn.
- Trail speed limit is 15 MPH. Maintain control of your speed at all times.
- Watch and listen for others.
- Approach turns in anticipation of someone around the bend.
Protect the Trails and Ecosystems
- Stay on the trails to protect vegetation and minimize erosion.
- Keep trails litter free by carrying out anything you bring in.
- Do not ride on wet or muddy nature trails.
- Avoid locking wheels and skidding on steep trails. Dismount and walk your bike. Do not disturb wildlife.
Be Responsible with Pets
- Keep all pets on a leash within four feet of you.
- Pick up pet waste.