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Coler Mountain Bike Preserve

Connect with nature and create memories to last a lifetime when you host your unique outdoor wedding at The Homestead at Coler Mountain Bike Preserve. The expansive outdoor venue features two open-air barns with historic and modern touches, a lush acre of manicured meadow, and direct access to all the features of our pristine preserve.

Coler Mountain Bike Preserve is an area rich in scenic views and natural landscapes. Only minutes away from beautiful Downtown Bentonville, you will feel like you are miles away from the entire world when you elope at Coler. This property boasts over 17 miles of beautiful mountain biking trails that wind through 300 acres of multi-use greenways. These greenways give visitors the ability to connect to the larger regional network of surrounding trails in Northwest Arkansas. Coler Mountain Bike Preserve offers visitors the unique opportunity to explore the grounds via a hike or on a bike.

Elope at Coler

Elope at Coler

Our Elopement Package Includes:

  • 6 hours of exclusive use of The Homestead facilities

  • An on-site event attendant for the duration of the event

  • 2 nights at Coler Campground for up to 20 guests (3 large 9’x17’ platforms, 4 small 8’x8’ platforms)

  • $50 gift card for use at Airship at Coler, an open-air café featuring local food & beverage options including beer and kombucha on tap

On-site amenities include modern restroom facilities with open-air hot water showers for private use by campers of Coler Campground. Also available on site is a community fire pit, eight (8) hammock stands dispersed throughout the campground, a bike wash and repair station, and a water bottle refill station.

Pricing: Complete Elopement package is $999

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Additional Policies & Considerations

Please review our additional policies and considerations to enjoy your trip to Coler Mountain Bike Preserve to the fullest.

Coler’s physical address is 2003 Homestead Lane, Bentonville, AR 72712.

There are no access fees. The preserve is free and open to the public 365/7 days a week. Parking is limited and there are no motorized vehicles allowed, except for the Class B RV spots.