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Crystal Bridges/Razorback Greenway Trail

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Bentonville, Arkansas

Crystal Bridges/Razorback Greenway Trail is a 5.4 mile heavily trafficked point-to-point trail located near Bentonville, Arkansas that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 5.4 mi Elevation gain 88 ft Route type Point to Point

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Road biking

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Trailhead at Compton Gardens. Restrooms on trail at the Lookout Point feature a water fountain and air hose.

Bentonville Parks & Recreation - 479-464-PARK

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Reviews (191)
Photos (79)
Recordings (147)
Completed (492)
Ron Laskey
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Hiking

Wonderful

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Jocelyn Campbell
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HikingGreat!
Scott Johnson
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Hiking

Beautiful trail to take you into Downtown Bentonville, eat dinner and coast downhill home

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Regina Mackay
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Hiking

Great trail - shady and great scenery. Lots of flowers. If you stopped in the shade there were mosquitos.

Bianca Dugger
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Hiking

Not great for walking or hiking. There’s soooo many bikers and you’re constantly watching your back so you don’t get run over. And I’m sure they are annoyed with all the people walking too. It’s was okay though. Mostly paved so babystollers are able to walk it. I would definitely have a map on your phone and figure out what you’re doing before hand. We walked down so many paths that led to nowhere.

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Tina Callaway
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Hiking

Trail was okay if you don’t mind dodging bikers and baby strollers. Not sure I’d really put this on a trails app. though. More of an exercise path with some off shoots. I enjoyed the art. But concrete trails (sidewalks) not so much. Can’t rate it high.

Rhett N
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I would absolutely recommend this trail because the trail has difficulty’s ranging from beginner (green) to expert (black) The trails are well made and they were dry when I came. If this trail is near your house you should get a bike and start riding... you will get addicted!!

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Karla P.
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Walking

Where to start? Well, I read previous reviews about this trail but I said, “I will stay focused and will stay on the trail!” Yeah right! there is so much to see, take pictures and get distracted with! I absolutely loved it, we wondered all over following trails that looked fun, we encountered about 6 deer on the trail too! I just love it! I uploaded some pics and will definitely try it again! Enjoy!

Brad Lasater
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Hiking

Beautiful and fun! Lots of things to hike towards to keep kids motivated.

Sasha Boling
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Hiking

This area is so wonderful. It’s a huge group of different walking and bike trails with artwork all throughout and it’s honestly so interesting that I can never follow one trail directly because I become so fascinated by different things that draw my attention away. I very much recommend this sequence of trails and also recommend allowing for extra time to explore. It’s also a great place to go for walks in the evening because it’s lighted, which is what we did :)

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Ashton Griffis
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Hiking

Absolutely gorgeous trail. Very well marked. Tons to see. I started on one trail but branched off to some of the others just out of curiosity to see what they had to offer. Lots of art and sculptures to see. A lot of bridges. Trails are very easy to walk on, nice and even. My favorite part was the art walk trail. So pretty. Will be going again very soon.

Ann Schroeppel
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Hiking

We did this trail the morning of New Year’s Day. We started early-ish (around 9:30am) and it was quiet with very few other people. It was definitely more crowded on the way back. Beautiful trail with beautiful views.

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Dianne G
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Running

Great clean trail. It runs along the museum, road, and the creek. It is a decent descent from the start and then small hills along the way. Gorgeous colors in the fall!

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Gail Cannady
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Hiking

Quite nice and shady early morning. Everyone greets you with “good morning!” Must be a Bentonville thing. Great mountain bike facilities. Walk was more like 3 miles due to some kind of human or AllTrails error.

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Tyler Cook
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super fun trail

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Tyler Cook
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Hiking

super fun bike trail

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Rusty Landon
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Mountain biking

Nice and clean

Rob Orwiler
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Hiking

Very well marked with a beautiful creek running parallel to the trail. A storm just came through here last night so there are a couple places where trees have fallen over the trail.

Kristy Antonacci
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very enjoyable, good for kids

Angel Houts
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One of my favorite things about the museum as a whole.

Laura Berg
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Road biking

Went on a Tuesday when Crystal Bridges was closed, not too busy. Great wildlife viewing opportunities.

Zeb Undernehr
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Walking
Vanessa Marie
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Hiking

Easy trail with beautiful views! Visited in July 2017, was able to see some beautiful art on the trail!

Roxanne Siemeck
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Beautiful! Connects to Greenway trail .

Scott Fergel
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Walking

Nice, easy trail for walking/running/biking. One short section that depending on your fitness if you’re biking that might offer a challenge as its steep. This trail is typically busy due to its location by Crystal Bridges but is my go-to place when I just want to get outside and enjoy the day. You can continue on with the North Bentonville Trail if looking for additional mileage or connect to several dirt trails connecting to it, though watch for mountain bikers.

Shaunean Burnett
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Road biking

Great trail, very well maintained.

Angel Sanchez
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Hiking

Very beautiful trail

Holly Post
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Beautiful !!!!

Rob Graham
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Hiking

Nice trail to walk with your family! well maintained!

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