Arkansas River Trail

Trail Map

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The northern portion of the Arkansas River Trail runs along the river bank from Cook's Landing to Junction pedestrian bridge just west of I-30/US 65/167. Cross this bridge to reach the trail on the southern bank, where it extends east to the Clinton Presidential Library and west to Two Rivers Park. Portions of the southern bank segment are under construction, with temporary detours and a few on-road sections.

A bridge over the river at the northwestern end, just west of I-430 off River Mountain Road, links the trail with Two Rivers Park. From Two Rivers, there are plans to construct another 12+ miles of trail to Pinnacle Mountain State Park, connecting to the 225-mile Ouachita Wilderness Trail.

Parking and Trail Access

You can access the Arkansas River Trail in several places, including Cooks Landing, Burns Park's soccer complex and boat ramp, Riverview Park, North Little Rock Riverfront Park and Little Rock Riverfront Park (fee for vehicles), the Junior Deputy Baseball Complex, Rebsamen Park, Murray Park and River Mountain Park.


Trail Conditions Make Loop Ride Impossible. Check before you Come.

   June, 2015 by libsch

At present (6/8/2015) there is no access to the Big Dam Bridge. Access on the N side of this bridge is under water. Riding a loop is literally impossible. Riding east to west along the N side of the river, no notice of the closure of the Big Dam Bridge more

Herd of deer-days gone by-river crossings-golf-Clinton

   May, 2015 by walleye junior

These words provide some of the varied venues as I cruise the river trail. The big dam bridge(alleged to be the longest pedestrian bridge in the US) gives a dramatic view of the Little Rock skyline, tugs traversing the Murray Lock and Pinnacle Mountain more

This Trail has Expanded and Resurfaced

   June, 2014 by mike0007

The city of LR, NLR have partnered in establishing a biking and walking trail that can't be matched. It includes the "Big Damn Bridge, the Clinton Bridge and Two Rivers Park Bridge the investment in these bridges that only are for biking and walking is more