Blowing Springs Hiking and Biking Trails

Blowing Springs Park offers hikers, trail runners and mountain bikers a year-round adventure. The loop is lightly trafficked and offers a waterfall, caves, springs and an overlook. While the trail is rated moderate, riders can still find a challenge with rock drops. Roll up and over challenging rocks and shred down flowing trails. Note that a small fee called pedaling is required!

One of the trails’ highlights is a 30-foot bridge that leaves a rock shelf to connect to the trail below, winding around to a natural air-conditioned cave, which releases 60-degree air. The loop is about six miles and connects easily to the Back 40 or even Slaughter Pen in Bentonville via the Razorback Greenway. You can find parking off Blowing Springs Road before the RV Park guard shack.

Bring the family and picnic in the large covered pavilion near the spring. The park is dog-friendly, but dogs must be leashed.

  • 4.0 Miles Singletrack
  • 374′ Ascent / -380′ Descent
  • 1,205′ High / 1,016′ Low
  • 4% Avg Grade (2°) / 12% Max Grade (7°).
  • Difficulty: Beginner to Experienced