St. Paul Trail

Arkansas

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St. Paul Trail Facts

States: Arkansas
Counties: Washington
Length: 0.78 miles
Trail end points: S. Armstrong Ave. just south of Pump Station Rd. and S. City Lake Rd./SR 156
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6017747

St. Paul Trail Description

Fayetteville's St. Paul Trail occupies a short section of what was once an 8-mile long branch line of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway (the Frisco) between Fayetteville and St. Paul, Arkansas. The paved rail-trail runs through woodlands and past industrial properties. The eastern trailhead is located just a couple blocks south of the White River Baseball Complex.

Parking and Trail Access

There is no dedicated parking for the St. Paul Trail, but abundant parking can be found at the White River Baseball Complex on S. Armstrong Avenue. Take the road two blocks south to reach the trail's eastern endpoint.

St. Paul Trail Reviews

trail to nowhere

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This trail is short and has no parking. It’s straight, flat and with a good surface. Some homeless live in tents near by.

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