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“top notch bike/walk/run trails!”

North Shore River Walk
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Reviewed 27 November 2013

This is a fantastic 17 mile loop, mainly on restricted trails (a short distance is on the streets.). Largely it follows the river, and you'll find yourself stopping to watch the sunning turtle dive back into the river or watch the mother duck lead her brood along the path. Take your camera along! Its a great place to work out or simply enjoy a leasurly stroll.

1  Thank Rick G
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Reviewed 25 November 2013

On nice days we love to ride our bikes on this trail. We have never had any problems and the ride is smooth and not overly strenous. It's fairly flat and has senic views.

Thank JenSteck
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

The River Trail is one of the best ways I've ever had my tax dollars spent! It is a paved trail about 8 feet wide that runs beside the Arkansas River, and then over the "Big Dam Bridge " to Little Rock. It is great for walking, running and cycling. Very scenic way to get exercise. It is about 8 miles in length with several places to park - downtown North Little Rock, in Burns Park or at Cooks Landing. You must decide how far you want to go, then turn around and go back to your car, unless you make a big loop (20-something miles) through downtown Little Rock over 2 bridges. Fairly flat.

Thank Terry C
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Reviewed 19 June 2013

We walked the pedestrian bridge to the Clinton Library and the river walk and downtown area. There was a paved trail and some planting along the riverfront, but the dirty business area along the river made the walk unpleasant. The working girl and her customer down by the river also didn't make a good impression. We definitely would not return or recommend this area to our friends.

Thank thatsthewayitis
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Reviewed 7 June 2013

This is a nice area to walk. The museum, riverboat bar and pedestrian bridge is worth the visit. The area is nice and clean with a great sunset. Great picture opportunity. Easy to get to downtown River Market District from here.

Thank obtravelqueen
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