Rogers Running Trails: The Best Locations for a Run Around Rogers

People visiting Rogers for business or pleasure will not have to give up their running routines. In fact, they may discover a renewed joy in the exercise as they experience the beauty and variety that Rogers’ urban and off-roadrunning trails have to offer. Rush Running and New Balance are both “must stops” for avid runners visiting the area.

Razorback Regional Greenway — The most popular trail is this multi-use trail, which you can take north to Bella Vista or south to Fayetteville. The paved path has a growing number of offshoots so you can vary the run a little bit every day. There are rest stations and doggie stations at multiple trailheads for your covenience.

City parks — Rogers has parks throughout the city that offer running trails of various lengths. Some are small loops where you can do multiple laps to lengthen your run. Others offer a bit more of a strenuous workout. The more popular trailheads include Cambridge Park and Lake Atalanta Park.

Race routes — There is a growing number of 5Ks offered in Rogers and many include race routes near Pinnacle Hills Promenade. You obviously won’t be able to run in the road on the average day, so check out this race website to see if there will be a 5K in Rogers while you’re visiting, and use the sidewalks along the race routes for days when there isn’t a 5K.

High school tracks and cross country fields — After 4 p.m., you can use the cross-country field and high school track for running.

Hobbs State Park — While most of the preferred trails are paved, a growing number of runners enjoy the off-road trails at Hobbs State Park. They are well-marked and present a bit of an extra challenge in a unique historic surrounding.