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Parks, Gardens, and Trails

Fayetteville Parks are for Fun!

The City of Fayetteville manages over 4,200 acres, including 35 parks, 14 natural areas, and 16 trails. With more than 50 miles of trails, 26 playgrounds, 26 sports fields, 27 pavilions, 7 tennis courts, 4 youth tennis courts, 7 volleyball courts, 3 lakes, a swimming pool, a skate park, and multiple picnic facilities, you're sure to find a park to fit every need, including: picnicking, boating, swimming, tennis, soccer, softball, baseball and more. And you can enjoy all that Fayetteville parks have to offer, free of charge! Fayetteville parks are the perfect place for public events such as our Summer Concert Series. Parks are also ideal for private gatherings, like birthday parties, holiday outings and family reunions.

In partnership with the Fayetteville City Council, Fayetteville Parks and Recreation contributes to many city recreation programs, such as the Fayetteville Boys and Girls Club, the Senior Center and league sports. It is all part of our commitment to improving the quality of life for the people of Fayetteville, now and forever!

Fayetteville Parks and Recreation...Come join the fun!

Map of Fayetteville Parks

Adopt a Park / Adopt a Trail

Adopt-A-Park and Adopt-A-Trail programs are part of our volunteer program and are essential to Fayetteville Parks and Recreation. Every organization that chooses to adopt a park or a trail will have their name on a sign installed at the adopted facility. For more information regarding this program, please download the 
Volunteer Handbook                                                                         Check out all of the Trails that NWA has to offer!