OZ Trails strives to inspire everyone to come and celebrate their full selves in a world of nature, art, & culture with an open-heart, an inclusive mind and a welcoming spirit.

OZ Trails is a world-class network of shared-use trails, headquartered in Bentonville, Ark., The Mountain Biking Capital of the World. OZ Trails was born out of deep ties and support from our community and is carried out through loyal ambassadors, adventure seekers, riders, grinders, runners, and hikers.

Whether it’s an adrenaline rush or relaxing walk, OZ Trails experiences are unrivaled elsewhere. OZ Trails strives to inspire everyone to come and celebrate their full selves in a world of nature, art, and culture with an open-heart, an inclusive mind and a welcoming spirit. This is how we see the world of OZ Trails, with everyone in it, diverse, equal, enjoying and sharing pathways together.

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OZ Trails Partner Spotlight: Honey Hearth

OZ Trails Partner Spotlight: Honey Hearth

Honey Hearth Gluten Free Baking Company sells custom desserts of all sorts in Bentonville, Arkansas. What started as one woman’s love for baking has turned into a local favorite. Almost a year ago, in October 2020, Kazandra Lugo launched Honey Hearth. Honey Hearth is...

Trail Town Challenge

Trail Town Challenge

Pro rider Payson McElveen invites ambitious cyclists to ride all of Bentonville and Bella Vista’s trails on their own time. While you are more than welcome to, you do not have to complete the course all in one day.

At the end of the year, two winners will be selected to take home a $1,500 shopping spree at Osprey Packs, a three-year supply of Orange Seal tire sealant, a Smith Trace helmet and Shift Mag glasses, Hammerhead Karoo 2 bike computer, GU Energy ride food, and a $100 gift card to The HUB Bike Lounge in Bentonville, Arkansas.

New Adventures in Bella Vista!

New Adventures in Bella Vista!

With three OZ Trails systems, The Back 40, Blowing Springs Park, and Little Sugar, there is plenty of adventure in Bella Vista. The city’s name, Bella Vista, means “beautiful view” in Spanish. Which, if you have ever visited, rings true for its 36,000-acres of land. New sights available to visit on the trails in Bella Vista include Bella Insta, Blowing Springs Gear Garden, and Clank.