Fenchurch is a sweet little neighborhood nestled along Sugar Creek and the expansive golf course that runs along it. The proximity to the elegant golf course in no way reduces the wild quality of Fenchurch, as it is situated deep in Arkansas forest. Fenchurch is made up of several little streets that curve along Sugar Creek. Houses are widely spaced on the twisting road, which, although without sidewalks, is wide and without through traffic, so you can feel comfortable walking along the neighborhood streets in Fenchurch.
If you are looking for more adventure in your walk then neighborhood streets, you can hike through the woods down to Sugar Creek. While there are no maintained trails from Fenchurch to the creek, there is not much forest between the neighborhood and the creek in some areas, so you will not have much hiking to do before you reach the shoreline.
Fenchurch is made up of widely spaced, attractive homes that are situated along Sugar Creek. The woods are thick and made up of old, mature trees. Walking along the neighborhood streets to Fenchurch is very pleasant, but for more adventure, you can take a short hike through the thick woods down to Sugar Creek.
Sugar Creek is relatively wide and slow moving during most of the year in this area. It is dotted with little islands that in the center of the creek and are sometimes close enough to step onto or jump to. Such islands can be a perfect place to allow your dog to run around and explore the natural terrain in the middle of the creek.
This area around the creek can be a perfect place to explore, stretch your muscles, and enjoy getting off the beaten path for a while. Be careful of boggy areas and wear wading boots if necessary.
The forest around Fenchurch is thick and mature. Houses are widely spaced and there is plenty of forest between neighborhoods so you can enjoy the beautiful deep Arkansas forest. Even between Fenchurch drive and Fenchurch Lane, there is plenty of dense forest to explore. This can be a good place to begin hiking, since you have little chance of getting lost. This area is completely surrounded by Fenchurch Lane and Fenchurch drive so as long as you walk in one direction, you will eventually find a road.
For a more exciting walk, go the short distance from Fenchurch Lane to Sugar Creek. The creek attracts all kinds of wildlife that you are unlikely to see elsewhere. Small islands in the center of the creek offer you places to go where you can see all the way down the creek and observe the shorelines on either side for the best chance of seeing wildlife, as well as some extraordinary beautiful views down the winding creek beds.