Dog Parks

 

Iam's Dog Park

1595 N. Dartmouth Ave

The dog park is approximately 3 acres and is divided into areas for large dogs and small dogs. The park includes a pavilion with picnic tables, drinking fountain and dog waste pick up supplies. 

 

Lake Wilson

5 Lake Wilson Dr.

There is not an enclosed space at Lake Wilson, however dogs are allowed 'off leash' and can swim and hike along the trails. Just know that if you dog takes off, there is nothing to contain him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scull Creek Trail, Mud Creek Trail and Frisco Trail connect to form an 8+ mile bike trail from south Fayetteville to the NWA mall and beyond. The trails are paved for walking, biking, etc.

 

Ihttp://www.accessfayetteville.org/government/parks_and_recreation/documents/maps/Scull_Creek_Trail_Wayside_Map_-_Dec2010.pdf

Bike Trails

Awesome trail resource:

 

Trails and Outdoor Spaces

 

 

Wilson Park

675 Park Avenue

Playground, picnic area, gazebo restrooms and walking trail. Trail is .9 miles

 

Gulley Park

1850 E. Township Street

Gulley Park offers a playground, valleyball pit, restrooms with water fountains, a large green space and a trail that loops around the park. Trail is .85 miles long

 

 

Lake Fayetteville

1350 E. Zion Road and 1208 E. Lake Fayetteville Road

Multi-use trail is 5.5 miles long, soft surface natural trail is 6.9 

http://www.accessfayetteville.org/government/parks_and_recreation/documents/maps/Lake%20Fayetteville%20Trail%20website.pdf

 

Mount Kessler

The trails can be accessed from the gravel parking lot located in the Regional Park at 2600 W. Judge Cummings Road. Trail map:

http://www.accessfayetteville.org/government/parks_and_recreation/documents/Mount_Kessler_Trails_Map.pdf

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