Adair Park Woodland Trail

Length: 0.21 miles  |  Elevation Gain: 11.8 feet  |  

This county park has amenities including a large reservable picnic area with kitchen and barbecue options, and facilities for tennis, volleyball and disc golf.

This easy, level trail originates near the baseball field parking area and winds through a mixed deciduous scrub forest. Many species of plants grow in the slow draining soil located on the eastern edge of Adair Park. Along the way you will find a large unique seedling pear tree. Adair County Park offers ample turf area for walking and open play with convenient parking, flush restrooms, and two separate play structures for kids of all ages. An additional walking opportunity is provided by playing the 18-hole disc golf course which is spread throughout the 123 acre park. The first hole is located near the first parking lot (gravel) after entry into the park.

Trail description by: Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Department

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