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The Shiloh Trail is a work in progress that will ultimately form a significant north–south route through the western reaches of Fayetteville. The developing trail parallels both Interstate 49 and Shiloh Drive—hence the trail's name.
Currently six short segments of either asphalt- or concrete-surfaced trail are open for use. The longest open portion is at the trail's northern end, linking State Route 112 with W. Moore Lane. The southernmost segment heads north from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard for an extremely short distance in front of the University Square shopping center.
When the gaps are filled in, the Shiloh Trail will connect to the Hamestring Creek Trail and Meadow Valley Trail. The former will offer a path to western neighborhoods of Fayetteville, while the latter taps into the bulk of Fayetteville's extensive trail network to the east.
There are no official parking areas for the Shiloh Trail, but parking may be available in parking lots for nearby shopping centers or other facilities. Be sure to obey any posted parking restrictions.
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