Find your exploration on bike, foot, or horseback.
The below routes leave from the beautiful downtown Siloam Springs hub, and mostly exit quickly west into rural Oklahoma. However, some will adventure back into the Natural State for whitewater park visits and other points of interest along the way. Once back into Siloam Springs, immerse yourself in the wide array of local restaurants and pubs, art, parks, and other unique attractions only found in the heart of Siloam.
The gem of Southwestern Benton County, Siloam Springs offers quick access to two world-class white water parks, rock climbing, and rural road exploration. Ride the short, beautiful bike path through downtown and around the perimeter of John Brown University for access to gorgeous dirt roads, returning back to town for amazing food and bars in the center of town.
Click on the link below for Google Map Trailhead. A public parking lot is directly southeast of the Siloam Springs Public Library. Look for the RRR Hub sign!
Or, click on any tab at the bottom of the Ride with GPS map below to see the preview for that particular route.