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The Arkansas River Trail

400 President Clinton Ave, Little Rock River Market, Little Rock, AR 72201-1638
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Plenty safe and a great ride

I checked with the local bike club before going out after reading a review who said he ran into... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Anthony S
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Jackson, Tennessee
One of the Highlights of Central Arkansas

I've lived in several large cities, and none of them had a biking/walking trail as nice as the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
davidH4482DS
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Little Rock
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The Arkansas River Bicycle Trail System is roughly 100 miles of bike paths stretching from downtown Little Rock in the River Market all the way out to Pinnacle Mountain. The bike trail begins in the Little Rock River Market and extends on both sides of the Arkansas River, crossing three pedestrian only bike bridges, including the magnificent Clinton Presidential Bike Bridge in the easternmost River Market district, Two Rivers Park bridge on the westernmost portion of the trail, and the World-Famous Big Dam Bridge which is the world's largest ped-only bike bridge spanning over the entire Arkansas River Dam. Bring your bike and enjoy both sides of the Arkansas River as you ride from downtown Little Rock through scenic Burns Park over the Big Dam Bridge and Two Rivers Park bridges extending all the way out to Pinnacle Mountain (Arkansas' most popular state park). Bike Rentals are provided in the downtown Little Rock River Market.Whether you walk, skate, or prefer to bicycle the miles of Riverfront beauty, you won't be disappointed. The entire Arkansas River Bike Trail system is paved and no motorized vehicles are allowed (including cars, trucks, and segways).
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400 President Clinton Ave, Little Rock River Market, Little Rock, AR 72201-1638
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I checked with the local bike club before going out after reading a review who said he ran into gangs and homeless chased him. Maybe he rode some other section than I did. I rode from Big Dam Bridge to Pinnacle Mountain State Park visitor...More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've lived in several large cities, and none of them had a biking/walking trail as nice as the Arkansas River trail. You can start downtown at the Clinton Presidential Library and take the trail (we recommend the North Little Rock side) all the way out...More

Thank davidH4482DS
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Not a very good trail for families. I road the entire trail loop on a rental bike and there was several times I felt unsafe. It is recommend you stay on the North side of the trail and I would agree. The signage was not...More

Thank Jus4kxs
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Bike or walk this is a great place for family's the breeze off the river keeps you cool and there are some picnic tables make a great place for lunch,

Thank Stacy W
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

The kids loved watching the turtles and water snakes in the river and sledding done the hills! There's a farmers market on the weekends and a great nature area - which was flooded due to the crazy storms recently, but looks like it would be...More

Thank RV-tog
Reviewed 23 April 2017

This is a lovely trail with lots of native plantings. Spring is beautiful with all the blooms. Easy access and fine for those who may be challenged in walking.

Thank Stephanie B
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Truly a great river walk! (I've done river walks in San Antonio, TX and Columbus, MS, Seattle, WA) The River Walk is a great asset to downtown - From the Presidential Library to the end of downtown one can wander along the river at several...More

1  Thank Kate R
Reviewed 3 April 2017

First time on the trail, took off from Clinton Pedestrian Bridge through downtown but with detours. We probably should have looked at a map before we started because we weren't sure how far the trail went or if it did a loop. Kept going until...More

2  Thank brian b
Reviewed 30 March 2017

When I still lived in the area, I absolutely LOVED biking the river trail system! And they've made some improvements since then :) It is especially nice to time your bike ride (or hike) so you can catch the sunrise on the Big Dam Bridge....More

1  Thank Teresa G
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

The river trail is really something to be thankful for. As a LR resident, my quality of life here is greatly impacted by the river trail system.

Thank Brennan A
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Jim E
27 April 2016|
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Response from Jerry P | Reviewed this property |
Depends on where you enter the trail. Most anywhere along the river on either side (other than downtown Little Rock) the trail is easily found. If downtown LIT you can enter it at the Clinton Presidential Library. Burns Park... More
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Maurice W
18 July 2015|
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Response from WahineSistah | Reviewed this property |
(501) 613-7001 Bobby's Hike Bike They should be able to help with anything you need. Have fun!
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NYCMomintheBurbs
21 June 2015|
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Response from Marguerite a | Reviewed this property |
On Sunday, 6/21 at 1 pm CDT the River was at 14.3 feet. (Flood Stage is 23 ft.)
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