Three mile loop that is part of the Hidden Diversity Multi-Use Trail System - Piney Road Access. They call it that because of the diverse combination of geography and anture that can be seen along the way.
This is a good little nature trail. The trail runs through the woods almost entirely. There is a view of the lake for part of the trail and the rest is in the trees with a little section of nice rock formations. there is a spillway at the north side (water will need to be high for it to be running).
Lake Fayetteville Trail is a 5.50 mile loop trail located near Springdale, Arkansas that features a waterfall, wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking & trail running and is accessible year-round.
The Meadow Valley Trail is one of the more recent additions to Fayetteville’s extensive trail network, and was the direct result of strong local demand for a trail connection from downtown to the neighborhoods west of Interstate 540. The pathway branches off from the Scull Creek Trail in the east and runs for more than 2 miles west through verdant farmland.
The Mud Creek Trail's connection with the Scull Creek Trail, which itself connects to the Frisco Trail in downtown Fayetteville, provides a continuous network of 7.6 miles of trail to the residents of the city.
Pigeon Roost Trail is an 8.4 mile trail located near Rogers, Arkansas that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for birding, camping, hiking & trail running and is accessible year-round. Check in and check out at trailhead.
Rock-n-Roll is a 0.8 mile trail located at Blowing Springs in Bella Vista, Arkansas. The trail is now known as the South Lower Trail, part of the Blowing Springs Trails and offers a number of activity options.
The 12-foot wide paved surface of the Scull Creek Trail can accommodate a high number of users ranging from alternative transportation commuters to those participating in a variety of recreational activities.
Sparrowhawk trail is beloved by thousands of college students and river rats who visit the Illinois River near Tahlaquah, Oklahoma. It sports some of the most beautiful views in northeastern Oklahoma. There are several adjoining trails off of the main one.
Tanyard Creek Nature Trail is approximately 2 miles long and located near Bella Vista, Arkansas. It features a waterfall and many identifying markers. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for nature trips & walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.