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Closure Notice: As of April 2023, two short sections of the trail are closed due damaged caused by the recent tornado. In Little Rock, the trail is closed from La Harpe View Park's parking lot &...
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The Hot Springs Creek Greenway Trail is actually made up of four seamlessly linked trails: Transportation Plaza Trail, Valley Street Creekwalk, Jaycee/Friendship Trail, and Hollywood Trail. When...
People in the Levy neighborhood of North Little Rock have the opportunity to enjoy a good quality multipurpose pathway right on their doorstep. The Levy Spur Trail sits on a converted Union Pacific...
The Feaster Trail in the city of Arkadelphia connects the city's parks with the business district, medical centers, recreation centers and the campuses of Henderson State University and Ouachita...
Burns park closed but trail open to pass through!! Signage a bit lacking west of downtown sculpture park.
Rode this today, trail is well maintained and largely follows the creek. Starting, from Hot Springs visitor center follow the brick path to the trail head. There are metal tags in the ground pointing to the Greenway trail - nice touch for out of town people! The beginning crosses through an industrial type area. We saw several, possibly homeless individuals, though non of them approached or bothered us in any way. The trails gets more beautiful as it goes. There are future plans to expand which will make this a 5 star trail.
We parked at Julius Breckling Riverfront Park ($3/hr) and crossed the Arkansas River to the north side at Gateway Bridge, and proceeded north-west until Burns Park, where access was blocked due to the recent tornado damage. The security guard informed us that this will be a long term closure. We turned around and crossed back to the south side of the river at the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge. Note that the Clinton Library has parking.
There is much highway construction downtown making route finding challenging at times.
We had hoped to get to the Big Dam Bridge, but even with the truncated ride, it was very scenic and pleasant.
Wonderful ride, we have ridden the entire trail and love this ride. Well marked, easy ride with amazing scenery.
Lots of visual interest downtown with monuments and statues. A little hard to keep on trail as there was a lot of construction and detours. Only managed a couple of miles before hitting a dead end. I’d definitely return at a later date for a longer run hopefully on a less interrupted trail.
I am so happy I drove up here from Louisiana to ride this trail. Really beautiful. I parked at the Clinton Library parking lot then rode downtown (be aware this is challenging due to all the construction so parts of the trail on the Little Rock side are closed). Also rode through Heifer Village and the Clinton library grounds. My recommendation is to go across the Clinton bridge then ride all the way down to the Big Dam bridge on the North Little Rock side & cross there. From the bridge you can go left to Murray Park or right to Twin Rivers Park Bridge. I just turned around and came back the way I had already rode. A local had advised me that traffic on the Little Rock side especially near the Dillards corporate headquarters was brutal. On the North Little Rock you’re rarely sharing the road and even then traffic was very light.
Very nice, flat, shaded trail. Not very long but an easy ride.
Rode the trail on the North Little Rock side of the trail this morning. Started near the golf course clubhouse and rode to the Clinton Library. First mile was great. Then construction and detours the rest of the way.
Such an awe inspiring ride alongside the Arkansas River and through the river market area of downtown Little Rock. Basically flat with the steepest inclines found accessing the river bridge crossings. Bike repair stations, restrooms and even outdoor gyms spaced along trail at appropriate intervals. It IS alongside one of our countries major rivers so occasional flooding does occur on the North side of the trail at some points that are within feet of the river. The trail is well maintained and the only negative is where Dillards corporation refuses to allow the trail to cross their property. They are the only corp holdouts and unfortunately this means that a short portion of the 17 mile loop occurs on streets adding some unnecessary danger to the otherwise fantastic trail!
Visiting from Southern California, I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this trail, but I have to say it exceeded whatever preconceived modest expectations I had!
We started at the Big Dam Bridge parking lot and proceeded to ride over the bridge and back. It was awesome! Even if we didn't ride anywhere else that afternoon, that experience and the spectacular views made the trip to Arkansas River Trail worth it!
But we didn't stop there. We then rode upriver to another pedestrian bridge, Two Rivers Park Bridge, and crossed it to explore the heavily wooded and picturesque trails. What a pleasure that ride was!
Since we wanted to stay out of urban areas, we only experienced a small portion of the trail. It seemed extremely popular and was being heavily used on a beautiful weekday afternoon, and I must add that these two out of state senior citizens felt comfortable and safe at all times on this magnificent trail system.
Two thumbs up, Little Rock! With the heavy use of this trail it's obvious the residents of your city know what a gem of a trail they have. For those of you wondering whether it's worth the drive to Little Rock, Heck Yeah!
It’s short and that is the only negative about this trail. I rode my wife’s beach cruiser and we loved it. As fun a ride as we have had from Virginia to Florida to Louisiana to Texas. Next up Little Rock.
Enjoyed every minute of it
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