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Arkansas Missouri Trail

0.75 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Bella Vista Lake Trail

1.75 mi
State: AR
Asphalt, Concrete

Crystal Bridges Trail

1 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Downtown Trail (AR)

0.8 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Enfield Park Trail

0.21 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Frisco Greenway Trail

4 mi
State: MO
Gravel

Goad Springs Trail

2.05 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Heritage Trail (AR)

4.6 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Horsebarn Trail

1.8 mi
State: AR
Concrete

J Street Trail

2 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Jefferson Trail

0.2 mi
State: AR
Concrete

John DeShields Trail

1 mi
State: AR
Asphalt

Jordan Creek Greenway

3 mi
State: MO
Asphalt, Concrete

Lake Springdale Trail

0.79 mi
State: AR
Asphalt

Lincoln Loop

0.6 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Members Place Trail

0.35 mi
State: AR
Asphalt, Concrete

Memorial Park Fitness Trail

1.6 mi
State: AR
Asphalt, Concrete

Mercy Trail

2.8 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Moberly Lane Trail

2 mi
State: AR
Concrete

North Bentonville Trail

2.2 mi
State: AR
Concrete
Accordion

Park Street Trail

0.23 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Pleasant Grove Trail

2.8 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Powell Street Trail

2.09 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Razorback Regional Greenway

36.7 mi
State: AR
Asphalt, Concrete

Ruby Jack Trail

16 mi
State: MO
Crushed Stone, Gravel

Silent Grove Trail

2.29 mi
State: AR
Concrete

South Bentonville Trail

2.55 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Spring Creek Trail (AR)

3.34 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Tiger Trail

0.7 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Town Branch Trail (Bentonville)

1.2 mi
State: AR
Concrete

Watco Trail

1 mi
State: KS
Asphalt

Wishing Springs Trail

1.6 mi
State: AR
Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Bentonville's Arkansas Missouri Trail is a short rail-with-trail that links two prominent local destinations at either end: Walmart's David Glass Technology Center in the west and Northwest Arkansas...
AR 0.75 mi Concrete
The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop around Bella Vista Lake in the park of the same name, located along Bentonville's northern edge. Along with this popular paved fitness trail, the park contains...
AR 1.75 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Crystal Bridges Trail runs along the western edge of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, which features a striking design, extensive collection and free admission. The museum was borne out...
AR 1 mi Concrete
Bentonville's Downtown Trail provides a curving route through the city's charming downtown, linking the Walmart Home Office to the Bentonville Public Library. Two neighborhood parks along the...
AR 0.8 mi Concrete
The Enfield Park Trail links the Crystal Bridges Trail—part of the impressive Razorback Regional Greenway—with Enfield Park, one of several well-maintained neighborhood parks in Bentonville. Most...
AR 0.21 mi Concrete
The Frisco Greenway Trail runs along a portion of the former St. Louis–San Francisco Railway (the Frisco), which played an important role in the development of Joplin and Webb City. Jasper County...
MO 4 mi Gravel
Lowell's Goad Springs Trail spans the north–south length of the growing city, offering a connection for residents and visitors to both Rogers in the north and Springdale in the south. There, trail...
AR 2.05 mi Concrete
Bentonville's Heritage Trail is open in two disconnected segments. Both closely follow local roads, providing residents access to businesses, churches, parks and other trails in Bentonville's...
AR 4.6 mi Concrete
The Horsebarn Trail runs on the western side of Rogers, linking housing complexes and businesses in the community's newer Metropark development with Bentonville to the north. Horsebarn Park, situated...
AR 1.8 mi Concrete
As its name implies, the J Street Trail follows NE J Street for its entire route, connecting Bentonville residents with churches, businesses, parks and the city's substantial trail network. One...
AR 2 mi Concrete
The short Jefferson Trail skirts the campuses of both Sugar Creek Elementary School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The trail also...
AR 0.2 mi Concrete
The John DeShields Trail parallels NE John DeShields Boulevard between NE J Street and Central Avenue, conveniently connecting to the J Street Trail and Heritage Trail at its endpoints. Unlike most of...
AR 1 mi Asphalt
MO 3 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Lake Springdale Trail is actually a collection of conjoining trails that encircle scenic Lake Springdale in Northwest Arkansas. The lake is administered as part of nearby JB Hunt Park—accessible...
AR 0.79 mi Asphalt
The short Lincoln Loop skirts the campuses of both Lincoln Junior High School and Tennie Russell Primary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The Boys & Girls Club of...
AR 0.6 mi Concrete
The Members Place Trail is a short path in Bentonville that links the Moberly Lane Trail with the South Bentonville Trail, a component of the impressive Razorback Regional Greenway. The trail also...
AR 0.35 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Memorial Park Fitness Trail loops around Bentonville's Memorial Park, a popular destination that offers several athletic fields and an aquatic center. At NE John DeShields Boulevard, trail users...
AR 1.6 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Mercy Trail provides a safe and scenic route for commuting and recreation in Rogers, as it follows Osage Creek under local roads and Interstate 49. Two of Rogers' largest employment centers—Mercy...
AR 2.8 mi Concrete
The Moberly Lane Trail is a concrete sidepath along its namesake road in Bentonville, offering connections to homes, businesses and various Walmart employment centers. In the north, the trail provides...
AR 2 mi Concrete
The North Bentonville Trail forms an arc around—you guessed it—the northern part of Bentonville, a growing city in northwest Arkansas. The scenic trail winds through woodlands and along a trickling...
AR 2.2 mi Concrete
Accordion
The Park Street Trail is a short but critical link in Springdale's growing trail network. Running for just a few blocks along its namesake road, the trail links the utilitarian Powell Street Trail in...
AR 0.23 mi Concrete
Rogers' new Pleasant Grove Trail runs through the southwestern corner of the city, a largely rural area now dotted with new residential subdivisions. In fact, the only non-residential or farm property...
AR 2.8 mi Concrete
Springdale's Powell Street Trail runs along its namesake road for more than 2 miles, offering an important trail connection to Fayetteville for the community's residents. While most of the trail is...
AR 2.09 mi Concrete
Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of...
AR 36.7 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Ruby Jack Trail runs for 16 miles between Carthage, MO, and the Kansas state line. The trail links the towns of Carthage, Oronogo, and Carl Junction, traversing farmland, wetland, and woodland. As...
MO 16 mi Crushed Stone, Gravel
The Silent Grove Trail runs through newer residential development from the Lowell–Springdale border in Northwest Arkansas to scenic Lake Springdale, administered as part of Springdale's popular JB...
AR 2.29 mi Concrete
The South Bentonville Trail runs for approximately 2.5 miles through southern Bentonville, providing an off-road link from Rogers to both industrial and residential areas of the city. In the north,...
AR 2.55 mi Concrete
The Spring Creek Trail courses along its namesake waterway through Springdale, a growing community in Northwest Arkansas. While the trail's southern half passes through the city's urban heart, the...
AR 3.34 mi Concrete
The Tiger Trail runs on the north side of Tiger Boulevard, providing a link from the J Street Trail to McCollum Drive. A future trail along McCollum Drive, where trail stubs now tease users, will...
AR 0.7 mi Concrete
The Town Branch Trail is a short link in Bentonville's extensive trail network. Beginning at a trailhead in Town Branch Park on E. Central Avenue—just a few blocks east of downtown—the trail extends...
AR 1.2 mi Concrete
The Watco Trail, named for the short-line railroad operator headquartered in Pittsburg, stretches diagonally through the Kansas city just west of downtown. The trail is open on a portion of the former...
KS 1 mi Asphalt
The Wishing Springs Trail is a crucial link between two popular trails in Bentonville's extensive system. In the south, the trail begins at a junction with the North Bentonville Trail, which branches...
AR 1.6 mi Concrete

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Town Branch Trail (Bentonville)

AR - 1.2 miles

The Town Branch Trail is a short link in Bentonville's extensive trail network. Beginning at a trailhead in Town Branch Park on E. Central Avenue—just a few blocks east of downtown—the trail extends...

Bella Vista Lake Trail

AR - 1.75 miles

The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop around Bella Vista Lake in the park of the same name, located along Bentonville's northern edge. Along with this popular paved fitness trail, the park contains...

Pleasant Grove Trail

AR - 2.8 miles

Rogers' new Pleasant Grove Trail runs through the southwestern corner of the city, a largely rural area now dotted with new residential subdivisions. In fact, the only non-residential or farm property...

Downtown Trail (AR)

AR - 0.8 miles

Bentonville's Downtown Trail provides a curving route through the city's charming downtown, linking the Walmart Home Office to the Bentonville Public Library. Two neighborhood parks along the...

Accordion

Lincoln Loop

AR - 0.6 miles

The short Lincoln Loop skirts the campuses of both Lincoln Junior High School and Tennie Russell Primary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The Boys & Girls Club of...

Moberly Lane Trail

AR - 2 miles

The Moberly Lane Trail is a concrete sidepath along its namesake road in Bentonville, offering connections to homes, businesses and various Walmart employment centers. In the north, the trail provides...

Heritage Trail (AR)

AR - 4.6 miles

Bentonville's Heritage Trail is open in two disconnected segments. Both closely follow local roads, providing residents access to businesses, churches, parks and other trails in Bentonville's...

Jefferson Trail

AR - 0.2 miles

The short Jefferson Trail skirts the campuses of both Sugar Creek Elementary School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The trail also...

Lake Springdale Trail

AR - 0.79 miles

The Lake Springdale Trail is actually a collection of conjoining trails that encircle scenic Lake Springdale in Northwest Arkansas. The lake is administered as part of nearby JB Hunt Park—accessible...

South Bentonville Trail

AR - 2.55 miles

The South Bentonville Trail runs for approximately 2.5 miles through southern Bentonville, providing an off-road link from Rogers to both industrial and residential areas of the city. In the north,...

Tiger Trail

AR - 0.7 miles

The Tiger Trail runs on the north side of Tiger Boulevard, providing a link from the J Street Trail to McCollum Drive. A future trail along McCollum Drive, where trail stubs now tease users, will...

Park Street Trail

AR - 0.23 miles

The Park Street Trail is a short but critical link in Springdale's growing trail network. Running for just a few blocks along its namesake road, the trail links the utilitarian Powell Street Trail in...

Members Place Trail

AR - 0.35 miles

The Members Place Trail is a short path in Bentonville that links the Moberly Lane Trail with the South Bentonville Trail, a component of the impressive Razorback Regional Greenway. The trail also...

Crystal Bridges Trail

AR - 1 miles

The Crystal Bridges Trail runs along the western edge of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, which features a striking design, extensive collection and free admission. The museum was borne out...

Razorback Regional Greenway

AR - 36.7 miles

Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of...

J Street Trail

AR - 2 miles

As its name implies, the J Street Trail follows NE J Street for its entire route, connecting Bentonville residents with churches, businesses, parks and the city's substantial trail network. One...

Spring Creek Trail (AR)

AR - 3.34 miles

The Spring Creek Trail courses along its namesake waterway through Springdale, a growing community in Northwest Arkansas. While the trail's southern half passes through the city's urban heart, the...

Powell Street Trail

AR - 2.09 miles

Springdale's Powell Street Trail runs along its namesake road for more than 2 miles, offering an important trail connection to Fayetteville for the community's residents. While most of the trail is...

John DeShields Trail

AR - 1 miles

The John DeShields Trail parallels NE John DeShields Boulevard between NE J Street and Central Avenue, conveniently connecting to the J Street Trail and Heritage Trail at its endpoints. Unlike most of...

Silent Grove Trail

AR - 2.29 miles

The Silent Grove Trail runs through newer residential development from the Lowell–Springdale border in Northwest Arkansas to scenic Lake Springdale, administered as part of Springdale's popular JB...

Tiger Trail

AR - 0.7 miles

The Tiger Trail runs on the north side of Tiger Boulevard, providing a link from the J Street Trail to McCollum Drive. A future trail along McCollum Drive, where trail stubs now tease users, will...

Town Branch Trail (Bentonville)

AR - 1.2 miles

The Town Branch Trail is a short link in Bentonville's extensive trail network. Beginning at a trailhead in Town Branch Park on E. Central Avenue—just a few blocks east of downtown—the trail extends...

Park Street Trail

AR - 0.23 miles

The Park Street Trail is a short but critical link in Springdale's growing trail network. Running for just a few blocks along its namesake road, the trail links the utilitarian Powell Street Trail in...

Enfield Park Trail

AR - 0.21 miles

The Enfield Park Trail links the Crystal Bridges Trail—part of the impressive Razorback Regional Greenway—with Enfield Park, one of several well-maintained neighborhood parks in Bentonville. Most...

Accordion

Memorial Park Fitness Trail

AR - 1.6 miles

The Memorial Park Fitness Trail loops around Bentonville's Memorial Park, a popular destination that offers several athletic fields and an aquatic center. At NE John DeShields Boulevard, trail users...

Frisco Greenway Trail

MO - 4 miles

The Frisco Greenway Trail runs along a portion of the former St. Louis–San Francisco Railway (the Frisco), which played an important role in the development of Joplin and Webb City. Jasper County...

Heritage Trail (AR)

AR - 4.6 miles

Bentonville's Heritage Trail is open in two disconnected segments. Both closely follow local roads, providing residents access to businesses, churches, parks and other trails in Bentonville's...

Lake Springdale Trail

AR - 0.79 miles

The Lake Springdale Trail is actually a collection of conjoining trails that encircle scenic Lake Springdale in Northwest Arkansas. The lake is administered as part of nearby JB Hunt Park—accessible...

Spring Creek Trail (AR)

AR - 3.34 miles

The Spring Creek Trail courses along its namesake waterway through Springdale, a growing community in Northwest Arkansas. While the trail's southern half passes through the city's urban heart, the...

Watco Trail

KS - 1 miles

The Watco Trail, named for the short-line railroad operator headquartered in Pittsburg, stretches diagonally through the Kansas city just west of downtown. The trail is open on a portion of the former...

Mercy Trail

AR - 2.8 miles

The Mercy Trail provides a safe and scenic route for commuting and recreation in Rogers, as it follows Osage Creek under local roads and Interstate 49. Two of Rogers' largest employment centers—Mercy...

Members Place Trail

AR - 0.35 miles

The Members Place Trail is a short path in Bentonville that links the Moberly Lane Trail with the South Bentonville Trail, a component of the impressive Razorback Regional Greenway. The trail also...

Jefferson Trail

AR - 0.2 miles

The short Jefferson Trail skirts the campuses of both Sugar Creek Elementary School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The trail also...

Wishing Springs Trail

AR - 1.6 miles

The Wishing Springs Trail is a crucial link between two popular trails in Bentonville's extensive system. In the south, the trail begins at a junction with the North Bentonville Trail, which branches...

Horsebarn Trail

AR - 1.8 miles

The Horsebarn Trail runs on the western side of Rogers, linking housing complexes and businesses in the community's newer Metropark development with Bentonville to the north. Horsebarn Park, situated...

Powell Street Trail

AR - 2.09 miles

Springdale's Powell Street Trail runs along its namesake road for more than 2 miles, offering an important trail connection to Fayetteville for the community's residents. While most of the trail is...

Lincoln Loop

AR - 0.6 miles

The short Lincoln Loop skirts the campuses of both Lincoln Junior High School and Tennie Russell Primary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The Boys & Girls Club of...

Arkansas Missouri Trail

AR - 0.75 miles

Bentonville's Arkansas Missouri Trail is a short rail-with-trail that links two prominent local destinations at either end: Walmart's David Glass Technology Center in the west and Northwest Arkansas...

Moberly Lane Trail

AR - 2 miles

The Moberly Lane Trail is a concrete sidepath along its namesake road in Bentonville, offering connections to homes, businesses and various Walmart employment centers. In the north, the trail provides...

Bella Vista Lake Trail

AR - 1.75 miles

The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop around Bella Vista Lake in the park of the same name, located along Bentonville's northern edge. Along with this popular paved fitness trail, the park contains...

Tiger Trail

AR - 0.7 miles

The Tiger Trail runs on the north side of Tiger Boulevard, providing a link from the J Street Trail to McCollum Drive. A future trail along McCollum Drive, where trail stubs now tease users, will...

Members Place Trail

AR - 0.35 miles

The Members Place Trail is a short path in Bentonville that links the Moberly Lane Trail with the South Bentonville Trail, a component of the impressive Razorback Regional Greenway. The trail also...

Pleasant Grove Trail

AR - 2.8 miles

Rogers' new Pleasant Grove Trail runs through the southwestern corner of the city, a largely rural area now dotted with new residential subdivisions. In fact, the only non-residential or farm property...

Accordion

Horsebarn Trail

AR - 1.8 miles

The Horsebarn Trail runs on the western side of Rogers, linking housing complexes and businesses in the community's newer Metropark development with Bentonville to the north. Horsebarn Park, situated...

Jefferson Trail

AR - 0.2 miles

The short Jefferson Trail skirts the campuses of both Sugar Creek Elementary School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The trail also...

Arkansas Missouri Trail

AR - 0.75 miles

Bentonville's Arkansas Missouri Trail is a short rail-with-trail that links two prominent local destinations at either end: Walmart's David Glass Technology Center in the west and Northwest Arkansas...

North Bentonville Trail

AR - 2.2 miles

The North Bentonville Trail forms an arc around—you guessed it—the northern part of Bentonville, a growing city in northwest Arkansas. The scenic trail winds through woodlands and along a trickling...

Powell Street Trail

AR - 2.09 miles

Springdale's Powell Street Trail runs along its namesake road for more than 2 miles, offering an important trail connection to Fayetteville for the community's residents. While most of the trail is...

Memorial Park Fitness Trail

AR - 1.6 miles

The Memorial Park Fitness Trail loops around Bentonville's Memorial Park, a popular destination that offers several athletic fields and an aquatic center. At NE John DeShields Boulevard, trail users...

Silent Grove Trail

AR - 2.29 miles

The Silent Grove Trail runs through newer residential development from the Lowell–Springdale border in Northwest Arkansas to scenic Lake Springdale, administered as part of Springdale's popular JB...

John DeShields Trail

AR - 1 miles

The John DeShields Trail parallels NE John DeShields Boulevard between NE J Street and Central Avenue, conveniently connecting to the J Street Trail and Heritage Trail at its endpoints. Unlike most of...

Razorback Regional Greenway

AR - 36.7 miles

Completed in 2015, the Razorback Regional Greenway spans a large portion of Northwest Arkansas, connecting the bustling hubs of Bentonville and Fayetteville with the growing suburban communities of...

Wishing Springs Trail

AR - 1.6 miles

The Wishing Springs Trail is a crucial link between two popular trails in Bentonville's extensive system. In the south, the trail begins at a junction with the North Bentonville Trail, which branches...

J Street Trail

AR - 2 miles

As its name implies, the J Street Trail follows NE J Street for its entire route, connecting Bentonville residents with churches, businesses, parks and the city's substantial trail network. One...

Frisco Greenway Trail

MO - 4 miles

The Frisco Greenway Trail runs along a portion of the former St. Louis–San Francisco Railway (the Frisco), which played an important role in the development of Joplin and Webb City. Jasper County...

Lincoln Loop

AR - 0.6 miles

The short Lincoln Loop skirts the campuses of both Lincoln Junior High School and Tennie Russell Primary School, offering a safe route to school for hundreds of students. The Boys & Girls Club of...

South Bentonville Trail

AR - 2.55 miles

The South Bentonville Trail runs for approximately 2.5 miles through southern Bentonville, providing an off-road link from Rogers to both industrial and residential areas of the city. In the north,...

Mercy Trail

AR - 2.8 miles

The Mercy Trail provides a safe and scenic route for commuting and recreation in Rogers, as it follows Osage Creek under local roads and Interstate 49. Two of Rogers' largest employment centers—Mercy...

Recent Trail Reviews

Razorback Regional Greenway

Fun times!

July, 2017 by randy17

We love riding our bikes on the Razorback Regional Greenway. You can pick and choose different places to park and ride. We enjoy riding with friends whenever we can.

Frisco Greenway Trail

Short, but sweet

July, 2017 by travisgarren

The Frisco Greenway is within a mile of my house. It is supported by local volunteers and donations. The surface is hard packed gravel that is appropriate for runners and hybrid bikes. It is well traveled during the daylight and has very few road crossings. There are some connecting paved bike paths (extra wide sidewalks) at about the midpoint of the trail. There is no water on the trail, but there is a porta-potty at the mid point and the south end.

Razorback Regional Greenway

Well done NWA

April, 2017 by schinnerer

I am fairly new to biking, but this is one of the most amazing trail systems I have ever seen. I have only ridden the northern half so far, and have enjoyed it every time I've gone out. Don't stop branching out. I live in Cave Springs and would love to see a trailhead closer to me where I can jump on. There are some signage issues that need to be dealt with. Especially around the New Hope area. Thanks again for providing an excellent trail.

Accordion

Razorback Regional Greenway

Extensive, picturesque trail; however...

January, 2017 by trikesterhal

I live in Springdale and ride four miles from home through city streets to downtown where I catch the Greenway.

At the moment the trail is blocked in two places going north. Signs say the trail is closed at Pleasant Grove Road, but I continued on all the way until where it crosses under I-49. It's blocked there and will be for several months because they are widening I-49 and building the trestles under the highway.

There is a detour shown from Pleasant Grove up over and around I-49 but I'm told it's on city streets and bit hazardous. And up near Bella Vista in the north its closed by more highway construction for the new bypass.

It's called progress and when it opens again it will be possible to traverse then entire path from north to south. It is a fun and picturesque ride. In some fifteen months I've ridden some 3,000+ miles on this system on a recumbent trike. It's a lot of fun.

More and more trails are connecting to the system in the coming years. You just need to be patient. It's only going to get better and better.

Ruby Jack Trail

Nice Trail December 3rd 2016

December, 2016 by juliaberry7409

We ran a 25k on this trail. Started at Carthage parking lot in the park due to more parking for race participants and entered the trail at trailhead and went to Grant St in Oranogo and back to Carthage. Round trip 15.6 miles. It was small white crushed chat similar to the Frisco Trail in Joplin. Pretty level with only noticeable incline getting on the trail at Carthage Trailhead. A few areas had some grass grown up on the trail but paths were still easy to run thru or ride a bike thru. Scenery past a salvage yard at the start then mostly farm and ranch land. No lose pets. Heard a couple dogs in 2 yards and farm with a loud rooster. Absolutely pleasant Trail experience! If it was paved I would give it a 5. Would love to have a trail similar in our community!!

Ruby Jack Trail

Nice Trail

September, 2016 by jeffkasperski

I started our ride in Carthage with a couple of my grandchildren on mountain bikes. I did not know what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised. The trail was hard-packed gravel and was very smooth. We only went 3-4 miles west then returned. There are benches set up in several spots to rest. We all enjoyed the ride. I will be using this trail much more often. My wife will also join us on her beach cruiser.

Ruby Jack Trail

Trail still needs lots of work

July, 2016 by carilb

I was there last weekend and rode from CJ to where it basically ends just past CJ heading toward Carthage. I picked my bike up and carried it over the railroad tracks then road a bit further before it became covered in large rocks that you sink into and was so overgrown with weeds it basically didn't exist.

Ruby Jack Trail

Ruby Jack Upgrades

July, 2016 by robertherbst

We have just finished resurfacing 2 miles of the Ruby Jack from the Carthage Trail Head to Leggett and Platt. We placed fine gravel over the rough gravel that was there for several years. The trail is holding up well.
There are plans to extend the trail 1.5 miles to the west towards Carl Junction. We should know by the end of the summer of 2016 when this will take place.

Frisco Greenway Trail

Nice evening Walk

May, 2016 by fakeemail32

We parked one car in Joplin off North st at the beginning of trail and was able to get nice shaded parking spot and there is a porta potty in this lot. We then hoped in other car and drove to web city near broadway which was difficult to find the trail at first but ended up parking under some shade in the skating rink parking lot and walking towards broadway and cedar and saw the old rail road tracks across the road and saw the trail and began following it. It was me and my wife along with our three year old daughter. Well majority of the trail is shaded really nicely except for about just over half mile stretch when you get near Zora there is absolutely no shade and is burning hot on this stretch but other then this the entire rest of trail is nice and shaded even during hottest part of day. We started just after 3 PM and with out three year old walking herself majority of the way we finished around 4:45 PM but also between Zora and the Joplin starting point were we parked we came across a bridge were we spent some time playing in the water as well. The entire trail is all gravel and overall was an enjoyable afternoon. Would recommend this to anyone looking for a fun walk and without kids could probably be done closer to an hour.

Razorback Regional Greenway

Wow!

March, 2016 by jonc123

I don't know wher to start, but it looks like this is the first review of this trail. I'll start by saying this is one of the top trails in the country. What they (whoever that group of folks may be) have done is a engineering marvel. I live in Missouri and I am a bicycle tourist. I have camped, backpacked and enjoyed the Arkansas scenery for many years.

The way I did the trail was like this...I parked near the Northern end at a Lowe's Home Improvement. They do not allow overnight parking at the trailhead at Bella Vista or Bentonville or any trailhead at for that matter. I rode my loaded touring Bike South to Fayetteville, which was a wonderful ride. The only problem I encountered, was that the 2 campgrounds in Fayetteville did not allow tent camping of any sort. I found a RV campground 6-7 miles South of Fayetteville called the "Cow Patty" and they had no problem with a tent. The only negative thing about that is that 6-7 miles on HWY 71 which is pretty much bicycle unfriendly. After spending the night at the Cow Patty, I headed back North to my vehicle parked at Lowe's which was still in the parking lot. I did call them ahead of time and had the O.K. to park there.

I'll repeat; this trail is an engineering marvel. I won't go into details because you'll have to see for yourself how they wound it through the various cities. It is 95% concrete trail, seperate from the roadway.

The only problem I had with the trail was some of the signage. It looks as though it was placed by someone who has never ridden the trail. This problem is compounded by the fact that the trail travels through many different cities and is composed of 19 trails which are listed on this website at the homepage for this trail. Why they don't get rid of the 19 trail names and just call it the Razorback Greenway and rename the side trails is beyond me.

The worse places I saw for signage problems were in Bentonville, South of the Neil compton home through the rest of Bentonville and in Springdale. I think the powers to be would be really enlightened to find someone who has not traveled the Greenway before, and follow them and see the reaction they have to the signage. they would need to do this North and South.

As it is now, the whole trail is 95% nice concrete and mostly brand new. At some point you have to get rid of the 19 trails it is composed of.

I also think that the mile markers for the trail are useless, they need to be much more often, say every tenth of a mile instead of every mile.

And lastly, they need to provide overnight parking at leat at the beginning, middle and ends. I give the city of Bentonville and Bella Vista zero stars for this matter. The suggestions I was given was to park up at the Missouri state line at the Walmart. I E-mailed the director of the Bentonville Parks and Recreation, David Wright. Much of the parking information I got was from him, another Bentonville Parks employee or the Bella Vista police Department. Mr. Wright was the only one that did not suggest the Walmart up at the Missouri state line and the dangerous highway I would have to navigate on my bicycle to get to the Northers end of the trail.

I was told over and over, no camping alsong the trail, but as I knew I would find, homeless folks are already using the trail and camping. Especially at the Southern end in Fayetteville.

Special thanks to the Lowe's in Bentonville/Bella Vista for letting me park. Even more so, Thanks to whoever engineered & designed the trail. They will always have a job. Pat yourself on the back.

In closing, I would say, fix the signage, allow overnight parking and make public those locations.



Frisco Greenway Trail

Always Accessible

July, 2015 by rnfraser

This trail through Joplin and Webb City has access points along its length. There are a couple of paved sections, but fine, graded gravel is well kept within the 'green tunnel' of trees most of the way. Deer, groundhogs, upland and aquatic birds can be found often, especially along the southern portions of the trail (near Turkey Creek, and among the sloping hills). Nearby rail is still active at the southern end, giving nostalgic calls, and occasionally views of parked rail cars on a siding that used to be the rail of this rail-to-trail.

Ruby Jack Trail

A Work in Progress

July, 2015 by rnfraser

This trail has been in the minds of Carl Junction, Oronogo, and Carthage for years. It is actively used by members of the AVA and the local Dogwood Trailblazers walking groups. I enjoy walks from the Oronogo access. From that point eastward to Carthage, the grading and gravel size are smooth, even allowing family members to ride bike comfortably at the same time I am walking. From Oronogo, westward, there is a mile of coarser, loose, larger gravel, older bridges and more overgrown vegetation. This is a section that runs under the nearby Highway 43. The Carl Junction end of the trail has received (is now still in action) a large amount of clearing, grading and new fine gravel application to make it a very strong, attractive portion of the trail. The trail is a good one. It has different character along different portions, but is still being upgraded each year.

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