I have hiked hike this Trail numerous times with a 35-pound backpack in preparation for the Appalachian Trail

Beautiful trail, visit weekly. Its heavily trafficked but worth it.

trail running
1 month ago

This is one of my favorite trails in the area, and the addition of the MTB trail only adds to it appeal. By my watch, the MTB trail's total distance is around 3.75 miles. Does anyone know if that's correct?

walking
3 months ago

Awesome trail...

3 months ago

Clean and neat place

mountain biking
5 months ago

Wide paved trail for walking/biking. Right off the main trail there are clearly marked mountain bike trails for beginner/intermediate skill levels. Terrain is hard packed, with some soft/muddy areas, which winds through the trees. Not much sand, which is obviously nice. Would highly recommend, especially if you just want to get a quick (60-90 min) ride in without having to go far.

trail running
5 months ago

One of the nicest trail in the area. It's scenic and easy for all ages

absolutely great. beautiful scenery, just loved it

great trail

walking
7 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

Beautiful paved paths all the way, nature center is cool!

Amazing

walking
8 months ago

Beautiful Trail! Very safe and not overcrowded. Loving nature to the fullest extent.

mountain biking
8 months ago

Amazing.

road biking
9 months ago

Rode my bike on this trail. It's nicely paved with a fair amount of hills. Scenery was very pretty for late February. I started at the soccer field and then turned back around at the nature center - total of 8.5 miles.

Nice trail, I left after 3:30PM and its cold this time of year, easy walk and I did the 8 mile point to point as it was getting dark. There are emergency marker call boxes every 1/4 mile or so for safety.

My dog and I started at the Clark Nature Center and eagle to the 2.5 mile marker and turned around. There were a few small hills byt they were fairly easy. I saw an Eastern Hognose snake, a box turtle, amd a lot of squirrels. We then walked the bear trail and sat beside the waterfall before heading back to the parking lot. This trail is a beautiful hidden gem in Fayetteville.