Construction of the most anticipated link of Fayetteville’s trail system was completed last October. Soon, that stretch of trail will be lit up at night with brand new LED lights.
With the completion of the Frisco-Scull Creek trail connection, Fayetteville residents no longer have to exit the trail and ride along streets (and through the middle of a parking lot). Have you tried it yet?
The most anticipated link of the city’s trail system is now complete, and to celebrate, city officials hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony last week. About 30 people attended the event held Wednesday on the trail just south of Lafayette Street behind Maple Street Apartments.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the last section of multi-use trail connecting the Frisco Trail to the Scull Creek Trail is ready for riding. Or walking. Or dancing.
Expect periodic lane and road closures on Maple Street over the next three to four days.
The first part of the connection that will join Frisco Trail and Scull Creek Trail is looking good so far.
One of the most anticipated links of the city’s trail system is now under construction and could be complete by late August.