Crystal Bridge Museum
Protecting the trail from erosion, providing a wheelchair friendly surface, and adding and attractive walking surface were all reasons the designers of the museum chose Gravelpave2. Grasspave2 was used in the fire lane/access area to add green space. Pedestrian friendly, the Dogwood Trail features over 500 dogwood trees that flower during spring. In addition to being the longest trail on Crystal Bridges property, the Dogwood features several natural seating areas carved out of the forest. This trail connects to the Rock Ledge Trail and the City of Bentonville's Enfield Trail.
Museum Way, off NE J Street, Bentonville, AR
Gravelpave2: 3500 m2 (38,000 sq ft); Grasspave2: 1100 m2 (12,000 sq ft).
Dogwood Trail reinforced with Gravelpave2 pervious pavers
The gravel fill is protected from erosion with Gravelpave2
The one mile trail has areas like this reinforced with Gravelpave2 pervious paving.
Grass area reinforced with Grasspave2 pervious paving
Entrance to Crystal Bridge Museum, Bentonville, AR
Photo of the modern architecture of the Museum.
Another view of the Crystal Bridge Museum of Art