Plan Your Trip

Travel to Northwest Arkansas, where adventure awaits at every turn.

Take the scenic route up 71 or cruise in on I-49, soaking in the breathtaking views of the Ozark Mountains. You can also fly in via the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA), where American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and Allegiant Airlines, with non-stop services to 18 destinations, ensures you arrive in style and comfort.

With many lodging options, ranging from quaint private home rentals to luxurious hotels, you’ll find the perfect home base for your biking adventures.

But biking isn’t the only reason to visit this vibrant region. You’ll also find charming small towns, world-class museums, and delicious local cuisine. So come explore OZ Gravel Routes in Northwest Arkansas and discover all the wonders this region has to offer!

OZ Gravel Routes & Hubs

Visit the Arkansas Rural Recreational Roads (R3) Website to view one of seventy-two routes available in Northwest Arkansas in Bentonville, Gravette, Pea Ridge, and Siloam Springs.

We believe that the Rural Recreational Road experience can provide safe, adventurous connections with the rural parts of our state. Please remember these are routes used by pedestrians, vehicles, and farm equipment. If you need a reminder on the rules of the road before you start your adventure, click here. Website screen on a notebook computer

Area Tourism Websites

Click on any of our area tourism organizations below.

Visit Rogers Arkansas
Discover Siloam Springs
Explore Springdale
Arkansas The Natural State

Guides, Rentals, and Shuttle Service

Northwest Arkansas has a number of independent guides, rentals, and shuttle services in the region to give you a great experience when you get here. Visit any one of these companies below to see your adventure options.

OZ Cycling Tours
37 North
Women of OZ
OZ Suspension Solutions Logo
Ozark Bike Guides Logo
TRS MTB Skills Clinic
Slaughter Trail Guide
Phat Tire Logo

After the Ride

Explore all Northwest Arkansas has to offer. Our partners in tourism have all of the information you need to help you have the best stay possible in Northwest Arkansas. Whether you want to spend your off-the-trail time immersed in Arts & Entertainment, History & Heritage, or other outdoor activities. There is plenty to do and see for every member of your travel group.

Have some wanderlust? Check out the Razorback Regional Greenway. This 40-mile, multi-use paved pathway connects the major cities in Northwest Arkansas, providing direct access to explore the region’s mix of outdoor adventure and cultural experiences. Starting in Fayetteville at Mount Kessler Park and ending at Blowing Springs Park in Bella Vista.

Razorback Regional Greenway Trail Map (PDF)

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Strava Community

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