The acreage that became Coler Mountain Bike Preserve had been the former farm of the Coler family. This forested property was used informally by mountain bikers prior to being donated to Peel Compton Foundation in 2020 with the goal of preserving 300 acres of natural Arkansas landscape in Bentonville as a premiere recreation destination. The site officially opened as Coler Mountain Bike Preserve and supports the region’s growing reputation as one of the best places in the country for mountain biking, offering a 20-mile soft surface multi-use trail system, greenway, and campground.
Osage Park, named after the Osage Indigenous peoples and nearby waterway, is the newest PCF property. Opened to the public in 2021, the 70-acre urban park is an example of public-private partnership. The park neighbors Lake Bentonville and features miles of boardwalks and trails, pickleball courts, a dog park, food trucks, and The Quiver Archery Range, as well as 12 acres of ecologically vibrant wetlands that play a vital role in the regional ecosystem.