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Trails & Greenways

                             Parks & Trails Maps

Click Here for a PDF Version of the Trails and Bikeways Guide Shown Below 

               Check out all the trails NWA has to offer! 

Click Link Below for a Map of the Complete Trail  System

      http://gis2.accessfayetteville.org/GISPage/Trails/ 

        Current Trail Planning and Construction Project

                              Trails Brochure

For a guide and map to all of the City trails, see the Trails Brochure below:

Trails Brochure and Map

  

      

         Fayetteville named Bicycle Friendly Community


                 

Fayetteville was awarded a bronze Bicycle Friendly Community Award by the League of American Bicyclists in October 2010.  The award is based on the five E's of a bicycle friendly community including bicycle education, encouragement, evaluation & planning, engineering, and enforcement.  The League of American Bicyclists has also provided detailed feedback of ways Fayetteville can continue to become more Bicycle Friendly and ready silver, gold and even platinum status in the future.   The sign below is installed at major highway entrances to the City.

                

How It All Started

In 2002, during the Parks and Recreation master planning process, Fayetteville Citizens expressed their wishes for the Department to establish a citywide trails and greenway network. The City of Fayetteville immediately hired a coordinator to identify and administer current and future trail projects. Taking the requests from the citizens, Fayetteville now offers over 18 miles of paved trails and the  Fayetteville Alternative Transportation and Trails Master Plan identifies 100 miles of future trails that will connect parks, neighborhoods and citizens for years to come.

In 2005, the City of Fayetteville reviewed their trails program and decided it was more efficient and quicker to begin building the trails system in house. Now with a collaborative effort between Parks and Recreation, Transportation and the Engineering Divisions, approximately 2-3 miles of trails are constructed annually. These trails provide safe and accessible recreation for citizens while providing alternative transportation opportunities for citizens and visitors. 

For further information on how you can become involved, contact the Parks and Recreation Division, (479-444-3471), the City of Fayetteville, your local elected officials or local cycling, running or walking clubs.  To find out how you can help keep Fayetteville trails clean see the new Adopt A Trail program.

Trail Trekkers

Promote and help others enjoy the City of Fayetteville trails by becoming a Trail Trekker! Click Here for More Information

Adopt-A-Park / Adopt-A-Trail

Adopt-A-Park and Adopt-A-Trails programs are part of our volunteer program that is essential to Fayetteville Parks and Recreation. Every organization that chooses to adopt a park or a trail will have their name installed at the adopted facility. For more information regarding this program, please download the Volunteer Handbook below.

Adopt-A-Park / Adopt-A-Trail Volunteer Handbook