Bicycle and Pedestrian
NWA Razorback Regional Greenway
The Razorback Regional Greenway in Northwest Arkansas is a project that has been years in the making. The concept of a regional greenway project has been a goal of regional planners, cities, and residents of Northwest Arkansas for more than two decades. This vision was supported by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission (NWARPC), which in 2000 began a long-range planning process that included regional trails as a key component. A task force formed by the NWARPC conducted public meetings and facilitated a coordinated effort among the communities of Northwest Arkansas. The full length of the Razorback Greenway was officially dedicated on May 2, 2015.
The Razorback Regional Greenway is a 36-mile, primarily off-road, shared-use trail that extends from south Fayetteville to the Bella Vista Trail in north Bentonville. The trail links together dozens of popular community destinations. For more information on the Razorback Greenway visit http://www.nwatrails.org/trail/razorback-regional-greenway/