Fort Smith Riverfront Trail
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Fort Smith Riverfront Trail

The Greg Smith River Trail is a multi-use trail in west and north Fort Smith between the Arkansas River and Riverfront Drive. It extends approximately 6.3 miles along the Arkansas River. The trail begins at the River Park Events Building and ties into Fort Smith Park. This trail consists of three sections:

Section I: This 1.6-mile section is constructed along the Arkansas River, extending from the River Park Events Buildings down to where the former Rice Carden Levee Trail begins. Amenities along the trail include a stone walkway leading to the River for fishing, a pedestrian bridge, pavilion, seating areas, and five statues donated by the Griffin family

Section II: This is an approximately 3.2 mile asphalt trail.

Section III: The 1.5-mile walking trail extension begins at the end of the Rice Carden Levee Trail and extends past Fort Smith Park, ending at the railroad tracks along Riverfront Drive.


River Park Pavilion
Ross Pendergraft Park
Riverfront Amphitheater
Harry E. Kelley Park
Fort Smith Park
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