Right of Passage

June 18, 2021

Community

Right of Passage

City of Fayetteville

Fayetteville's cultural arts corridor, occupying 50 acres of outdoor space between Dickson Street and Prairie Street along the Razorback Greenway, has finally been given a name - "The Ramble".

  • Narrowing it down: The name itself is meant to communicate an unhurried pace and open-mindedness and is also a nod to Arkansas-born musician Levon Helm. Helm hosted Midnight Ramble sessions at his home in Woodstock, New York, until 2012.
  • Along the way: The natural area along Tanglewood Branch Creek has been named "Tanglewood Park," a reference to the creek as well as the restored waterway that connects to The Ramble.

The naming precedes projects that will transform The Ramble into an essential outdoor stop. Take a flyover tour HERE.

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