Visitors to Slaughter Pen trails in Bentonville enjoy a truly unique urban mountain biking experience. The 40- plus miles of single-track flow alongside the paved Razorback Regional Greenway and by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, where the path is dotted with public art.
‘The Slaughter Pen system includes trails ranging in difficulty from beginners (on the All-American and Seed Tick Shuffle trails) to expert (on Scott Allen Alley and Medusa trails), with connector trails taking riders between the various hubs of the system. An IMBA Silver Level Ride Center, it’s truly a trail system with something for everyone. Clean flow, major downhills, technical rocks, and huge berms. For more information on all of the things to do in Bentonville, check out Visitbentonville.com.
Slaughter Pen backs up to the majestic Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art which provides the opportunity for a unique shot of the building’s architecture and large-scale artwork on the museum grounds around the trail. Crystal Bridges is bike friendly too so you can roll up after the ride and take a walk through a free world-class art museum!