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Horsebarn Trailhead


  1. Bike Repair Station
  2. Doggie Station
  3. Drinking Fountains
  4. Rain Garden
  5. Restrooms
  6. Stream
  7. Trail Head

General Information

This is the most northern point in the Razorback Greenway in Rogers.  The Horsebarn Trail section runs through the Metropark development and includes a picturesque trailhead and playground area.  Through a public-private partnership, the first rain garden in Rogers was build in 2010.  
Future Plans
This trail, heading south, will have a large bridge constructed over New Hope Road.  This bridge will allow trail flow to smoothly continue south on the Razorback Greenway or take the trail behind Home Depot to catch the "northern loop," currently under construction.

Connects To
l   Connects to the Bentonville trail system at Walton Boulevard heading north
l Going south, the trail follows Horsebarn Road to Village on the Creeks
l Continuing south, the trail connects to Pinnacle Hills Promenade shopping and dining  

l Half-court basketball               l Meandering creek
l Shade structure                      l Bike station
l City of Rogers free bike use    l Restrooms
     program (in season)  
l   Rain garden that features interactive ecological displays of landscape features designed for
     preservation of soils, trees, and other vegetation. Also, serves as protection of the Illinois
     River Watershed

l The adjacent 2.5-acre park offers playground equipment geared toward varying age groups
  • Constructed miles to date: 1.3 miles
  • Planned length: 1.3 miles
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