The Trails

Gather & Grow

Nature’s Breathtaking Landscapes

Trails are captivating pathways that wind through nature’s breathtaking landscapes, offering a chance to immerse oneself in the beauty of the outdoors. Each step reveals a new discovery, from towering trees whispering their ancient tales to delicate wildflowers adorning the path’s edges. Trails take us on journeys of exploration, leading to hidden gems like serene lakes, cascading waterfalls, or majestic mountain peaks. They invite us to slow down, to breathe in the fresh air, and to appreciate the harmony between humans and the natural world. Whether hiking, biking, or simply strolling, trails gift us with moments of tranquility and a profound connection with the Earth’s wonders.

A Natural Escape Close to the City

Northwest Arkansas has a huge infrastructure of greenway and mountain bike trails, with dozens running through Bentonville. Three miles pass directly through the Scarlett Red Barn Bentonville property, linking you to both city life and natural escapes via the Bentonville City Trails, Razorback Greenway and road rides. Then there’s Slaughter Pen Mountain and its multi-use trail system, Blowing Springs, Back 40, Hobbs State Park, Lake Atlanta Loop and Mt. Kessler. At Red Barn, you’re connected to it all.

Direct Access to Trails

Scarlett Red Barn is only a mile north of downtown Bentonville—the perfect walking and biking distance for an adventure to the square. Hop on the paved greenway just 20 feet from the property; it’ll take you straight to the city hub. But even more than that, you’re connected to about 25 miles of trails within city limits. Serious biker? No problem. Take the greenways up to Bella Vista and back, then down through Rogers, Springdale and Fayetteville. That’s 40 additional miles of paved trails throughout the region. Roll out.

A Gateway to Nature

When you’re ready for a natural escape, hit one of the well-maintained nature trails near Scarlett Red Barn. Hike, run or ride along rivers and lakes, quaint woods, a large bike park, the Bentonville Dog Park and more. Although the dirt trails were originally built for mountain bikes, people can walk their dogs and run on them as well. What are you waiting for? Explore more than 60 unpaved miles of trail in the heart of the Ozarks.