Coler Mountain Bike Preserve
The Coler Mountain Bike Preserve is truly a mountain biker’s paradise.
Completed in 2020, this bike park and trail system offer over 17 miles of progressive built trail for every skill level. Created in honor of the area’s first settlers and located in the heart of the beautiful Ozarks of Northwest Arkansas (and just a five-minute bike ride from downtown Bentonville), this premiere recreation destination pushes the limits of mountain biking and typical mountain biking trails. Connected to over 250 miles of natural-surface trails in Northwest Arkansas, this unique getaway is the perfect place to connect with family, friends, and nature—whether you choose two wheels or two feet. The area is gaining a name for itself in the cycling world as a rich natural oasis and urban escape for mountain bikers and trail lovers alike.
Ride at Coler
Bikers can choose their route based on the level of difficulty.
Coler has a mountain bike trail system that is maintained and operated at a world-class level. The mountain biking trails are second to none. Coler is divided into two main areas: the Westside, perfect for beginner and intermediate riders, and the Eastside, designed for those who are more advanced or expert.
The Coler Mountain Bike Preserve boasts over 17 miles of flow, cross-country, rock, dual slalom, and flyover trails—not to mention stone, wood, metal and jump features which advance the landscape on many of Coler’s trails, culminating in the crowning jewel of the preserve: The Peak One Hub. The Hub sends riders down one of three exciting trails all from a single location. From The Hub, bikers can choose their route based on the level of difficulty. From multiple flowy jump lines and contour flow lines to technical downhill lines and technical flow, Coler Mountain Bike Reserve really is the mecca for mountain bikers looking for the most diverse array of options in Northwest Arkansas and beyond.
If you’re interested in the Coler Mountain Bike Preserve trail map, click here https://www.oztrailsnwa.com/trail-locations/coler-mtb-preserve/ or contact us at email@example.com.
Relax at Coler
An ideal place for meditation.
Coler Mountain Bike Preserve was intentionally designed to evoke a feeling of fluidity between the outdoors and the infrastructure built throughout the preserve. Coler provides an opportunity for both planned and unanticipated camaraderie and friendship. Coler Mountain Bike Preserve includes two newly renovated open-air barns for small group events. The preserve is also home to platforms for practicing yoga and other movement arts. A large grove of fruit trees serves as an ideal place for meditation and contemplation.
Yoga and Meditation Platforms coming Fall 2020
If you’re interested in relaxing at Coler Mountain Bike Preserve, please call 479-254-3870 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Revive at Coler
Refuel, relax, reflect, repeat.
Refuel, relax, reflect, repeat. Airship at The Homestead is a micro-café and beverage bar designed to enhance the park-goers’ experience with convenient access to delicious and nourishing refreshments, which also includes a beer garden. Patrons will enjoy a variety of hand-crafted beverages from fresh coffee and craft beers to tea and delicious kombucha. The food menu is fresh, seasonal and delivered with speed and convenience. This area features a powerful view of the preserve’s trails, renovated barns and the stunning surrounding landscape. Coler Mountain Bike Preserve’s open-air pavilions are also the perfect spot for both spontaneous and organized celebrations, events or personal reflection.
Airship at The Homestead Opening Fall 2020!
Reserve at Coler
After a long day of adventure and exploration throughout the grounds of The Coler Mountain Bike Preserve, visitors are invited to reserve a camping site with us. Wooden platforms offer dry services for tents of all shapes and sizes, and the nearby restroom facilities give campers a chance to peacefully shower off the day or quickly freshen up before heading to the community fire pit to connect with family, friends and fellow campers.