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|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
Closure Notice: As of April 2023, two short sections of the trail are closed due damaged caused by the recent tornado. In Little Rock, the trail is closed from La Harpe View Park's parking lot &...
|AR||21.2 mi||Asphalt, Concrete||
Closure Notice: Part of the trail is closed as while a new bridge is being designed. Visit the city of Bentonville's trail page for the most recent update. The Bella Vista Lake Trail forms a loop...
|AR||1.75 mi||Asphalt, Concrete||
By 2025, the Delta Heritage Trail State Park is planned to stretch 84.5 miles, including 73 miles on a former railroad right-of-way donated to the state by the Union Pacific Railroad Company. As of...
|AR||46.1 mi||Ballast, Cinder, Crushed Stone||
Running adjacent to the Arkansas River, the Rice Carden Walking Trail provides a pleasant out-and-back trip of just over 6 miles in the community of Fort Smith. You will have views of the river as you...
|AR||4.7 mi||Asphalt, Gravel||
I started walking this trail in sections on April 16 in south Fayetteville and finished in Bella Vista on June 5. Other than various detours and closures which I wish were reflected on the map in this app, I thoroughly enjoyed the scenery along the trail. Now that I’ve finished walking the trail from south to north, I’m going to plan on biking it from north to south when my bike is fixed. It was nice to see how many families were biking together. ¿
Burns park closed but trail open to pass through!! Signage a bit lacking west of downtown sculpture park.
Nice, fairly flat trail along the levee built to contain the Arkansas River when it gets too high. Lots of room to practice moving those feet in circles when riding your bike. The official length says 4.7 miles but if you go end to end it's a little over 6...about 6.2. One caution. As of 5/21/23 there are no functional bathrooms available on this trail. On one end they were all locked, on the other all were destroyed and non-working or locked. Overall, a nice trail but plan ahead.
We had the wonderful experience of riding this rails to trails, 37 miles from Barton to Elaine, May, 2023. The bathrooms at the visitors center were clean and air conditioned. Great metal benches along the way. The water station, bathroom in Elaine was clean. We went to the Delta Hardware shop for cold drinks and treats, they were happy to see us. Where the trail is in the “flats” without trees, the chat was thick on the east side of the trail, beware.
Can’t wait for the completion and addition of rest stops.
Rode this today, trail is well maintained and largely follows the creek. Starting, from Hot Springs visitor center follow the brick path to the trail head. There are metal tags in the ground pointing to the Greenway trail - nice touch for out of town people! The beginning crosses through an industrial type area. We saw several, possibly homeless individuals, though non of them approached or bothered us in any way. The trails gets more beautiful as it goes. There are future plans to expand which will make this a 5 star trail.
Not a trail to ride if you're trying for high average speed. It crosses lots of roads, parking lots, and driveways. But, it is an excellent way to turn the Town Branch Trail into a loop instead of an out and back.
Nice trail but be warned it doesn’t loop around. I had my little dog with me and we had to walk back the way we started. Looks like it’s under construction.
We parked at Julius Breckling Riverfront Park ($3/hr) and crossed the Arkansas River to the north side at Gateway Bridge, and proceeded north-west until Burns Park, where access was blocked due to the recent tornado damage. The security guard informed us that this will be a long term closure. We turned around and crossed back to the south side of the river at the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge. Note that the Clinton Library has parking.
There is much highway construction downtown making route finding challenging at times.
We had hoped to get to the Big Dam Bridge, but even with the truncated ride, it was very scenic and pleasant.
We parked at the Delta Heritage Trail State Park on the very northern part of the trail. Excellent staff and facilities. However, we rode for 2 miles and turned around. We did not find it to be 'crushed' gravel but bigger rocks. Maybe the southern section is better. We prefer a smoother trail surface rather than looking down. We really wanted to like this trail but it wasn't for us. We headed 2 hours to Little Rock and rode the Arkansas River Trail instead.
Wonderful ride, we have ridden the entire trail and love this ride. Well marked, easy ride with amazing scenery.
This trail is currently incomplete as flooding has damaged bridges and crossings.
Very nice paved trail!! There is a parking lot at the Walnut Ridge trailhead. Easy to start there and ride to Hoxie. Easy ride.. the only issue is crossing Hwy 67, 4 lanes of heavy traffic.. but other than that, very nice! There is a Casey’s on the way if you need water and a restroom.
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