With five lakes and four rivers and streams in and around Fayetteville, there are many places to find the perfect fishing spot. Whether you are wanting to fish for small- and large-mouth bass, trout, bream, catfish or trout, you can find a fishing hole nearby.
Fayetteville is continually making strides in establishing trails throughout its city limits. An extensive trails system is currently in use and expanding at the rate of two to three miles per year.
The Razorback Regional Greenway, the longest system of interconnected trails in the state, stretches across several cities in Northwest Arkansas. The 36-mile trail gives residents and visitors a space to run, bike, jog or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll in the beautiful outdoors.
Fayetteville is home to great facilities for baseball, basketball, biking, bowling, equestrian, fishing, football, frisbee golf, golf, gymnastics, ice skating, rock climbing, skateboarding, softball, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, volleyball and more! See a summary of our spaces below. We would love to help set up your team’s tournament or find the perfect facility for your next big game! For questions or a full list of our sports facilities, contact our sports sales manager or call us at 479-521-5776.
New in 2016: Kessler Mountain Regional Park A great facility for youth recreation, tournaments, soccer and baseball with plan to grown and include many more facilities and amenities.
The new park is just off Cato Springs road in south Fayetteville and plans to be an epicenter for sports and activities. It’s 200 acres already boasts 6 full-size lighted soccer fields (each of which can be split into multiple youth fields) and four baseball fields.
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