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Sometimes known as the Kinley Bike Trail, the Tucker Creek Trail offers a pleasant, well-lit and paved route through residential neighborhoods in western Conway. It follows its namesake creek through a largely tree-lined area. Its western terminus ends at a large shopping complex, so the trail serves as a transportation corridor in addition to a purely recreational escape.
The trail was extended to cross busy College Avenue, continuing north around the outskirts of the University of Central Arkansas campus, coming to an end at Tyler Street and the charming neighborhood site of Gatlin Park. All told, the trail offers over three miles of paved pathway for residents to get some exercise or navigate the community by foot or bike.
Public parking is available off Salem Road a few blocks south of College Avenue; from the lot, take the pedestrian bridge over the creek to reach the trail.
Additional parking is available at the northern end of the trail, at Gatlin Park at the end of Broadview Avenue, or just off of Tyler Street east of Brierwood Circle.
Bikeshare stations are also located at several points along the trail, including at the Salem Road and Tyler Street trailheads.
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