The area boasts nearby sports fields and many acres of parks for dog owners to drive to, with parking provided. The weather in Bentonville is usually sunny. It can be quite hot and humid in summer, and picking an area with shade trees and taking water along is advised. Winters can be cooler, however, they are usually sunny and a warm jacket is all that is required to enjoy a winter walk in Bentonville.
Roads are curved and there are some gentle inclines and lots of mature landscaping, which restricts sightlines. The area features rural property to the west and undeveloped treed areas to the east. Residential lots are a good size and feature large lawns with mature trees and landscaping, and sometimes backyard pools. The neighborhood is pleasant for walking with shady trees on hot summer days and relatively gentle sloping terrain, making walking easy for you and your dog, with lots of beautiful homes and yards to enjoy.
The Cross Creek area is surrounded by trees, undeveloped land, and rural properties, giving it a very country feel. Mature landscaping and large yards contribute to the rural feel. The undeveloped wooded area to the east provides lots of green area to be enjoyed by residents and their pets. A walk through the Cross Creek neighborhood’s well-treed properties and green lawns provides plenty of greenery for residents to enjoy.
There are over 300 acres of nearby parks, including Bella Vista Lake park to the northwest with 132 acres of developed parkland that provides maintained trails, water fountains, a lake, a dog station, and picnic areas. There is also a dog park nearby, a short drive north of Cross Creek, with separate large and small dog areas, and 1.3 acres of space for your dog to enjoy playing with other dogs, off leash, in a secure enclosure. The park also features a dog station and restrooms.