Lake Fayetteville Trail is a 5.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Springdale, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Lake Fayetteville Trail is the one of the most popular of Parks and Recreation's Trails. The trail loops the lake with a combination of paved and natural surface shared by walkers, runners, and bikers. There is a variety of flora and fauna in natural settings as well as beautiful views of the lake, so take your camera. The trail offers benches, playgrounds and picnic areas, restrooms, informational kiosks and lighting. Be sure to stop at the rest areas on the beautiful, award winning, bridge spanning the lake spillway.
Perfect for running and trail running
A nice trek around the lake, and if you don't mind wandering a bit, you don't need to spend much time on the paved path and can trek nearly all the way around the lake in the surrounding woods.
I'm not sure where AllTrails puts the trailhead, but a nice option is to park in the lot near the Botanic Gardens off of Crossover.
Doesn't get any better for a trail in the city. Easy for all. There are three parks and plenty of areas to sit and rest if needed. I would recommend you ch close it out if you're in the area and want a quick trip.
Great for those who want to walk their dogs, run, or cycle. Not enough nature emersion for me, but still a nice trail!
Great running/walking and cycling trail. Not really a place for outdoor exploration as such but there are some nice spots that you can go off the trail and explore the woods or around the waters edge.