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#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
Whether one is hiking to the top of Pinnacle Mountain, hiking the base trail or hiking to the rock quarry overlook, Pinnacle Mountain Park offers opportunities for great experiences.
The Visitor's Center has nature displays and feeders to attract birds, plus a high viewing platform with a stupendous view of the Arkansas River valley.
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
The park is beautiful in all seasons, however — in fall, when the hills around it begin to catch color, in spring, when spring-flowering trees like redbud, service tree, wild plum, and dogwoods blossom, in summer,...
Great for walking, this park/bridge is a great place to walk see people, see the Arkansas River and get some exercise all at once.
#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
The river trail is an excellent place to walk or ride while enjoying nature and the views of the Arkansas River, views of downtown little rock and the Big Dam Bridge!
The arkansas river trail meanders along the beautiful Arkansas river and through burns park, where kids can play, have a picnic lunch, or even bring your rod and reel and do some fishing.
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
Riverfront Park is a nice downtown area full of quaint shops, great river views, great walkways, interesting foot bridges across the river and plenty of artwork and sculptures to enjoy along the way.
... exits leading to the River Market, the Clinton Presidential Library, the Museum of Discovery, a wonderful Nature Center, and all the boutiques, restaurants, gift shops, and bars along President Clinton Avenue.
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
Two Rivers Park offers more than just beautiful scenery, with some of the premiere biking trails, walking paths, community gardens and wildlife watching areas in central Arkansas.
It connects with the trail along the south bank of the Arkansas River on east to downtown Little Rock, and also to the trail west to Pinnacle State Park.
#6 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
The Little Rock Zoo is located in War Memorial Park, just north of Interstate 630, a few miles west of downtown Little Rock.
We were told by cashier that it went around the park, it doesn't.
#7 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
Maumelle Corps of Engineers Park, just outside of LIttle Rock, offers gorgeous views of the Arkansas River.
The park is located on the Arkansas River and we had a beautiful site right on the river.
#8 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
Bernice Garden, a nicely landscaped pocket park on a corner in SoMa (South on Main), is the focal point for a weekly greenmarket in summer, crafts and antique markets, an annual beard-growing contest, and more uni...
This is a small privately owned park that changes it's sculptures.
#9 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
You  Murray park Little rock is situated along the Arkansas river trail on route to the Big Dam bridge.
The park is along the south side of the Arkansas River, Numerous pavilions that are great for groups.
#10 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
We visited this park every day of our trip, nice paths and landscaping, a creek with several waterfalls and bridges, a spot for free fishing for those under 16 abd iver 65, (who knew the boys had their poles stash...
Right in the middle of the city sits War Memorial Park, complete with the football stadium, golf course, Dailey fitness Center and waking trails.
North Shore River Walk North Little Rock 4.0 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in North Little Rock
Great scenic walk for the family in Central Arkansas that will lead you to two rivers park and the big dam bridge or even enjoy a bike ride.
You can also take the Burns Park exit off I 40, head south till the road hits the river then turn left and park at the boat dock.
#11 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
This is a great park with picnic pavilions and hiking/mountain bike trails.
Allsopp Park I stumbled upon while looking at all the beautiful historical homes in Little Rock.
#12 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
Beautifully landscaped and tucked in between two wonderful parks for children if you are visiting with your family.
Being able to enjoy art out in nature is a special event and I’m so glad our family decided to walk through it.
#13 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock
Burns Park North Little Rock 6.7 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in North Little Rock
While at the park, you can watch baseball/softball/soccer, you can fish, you can golf or swim, there are archery ranges, horse trails, disc golf, canoeing, camping, an amusement park, some of the best hiking/mount...
Great family friendly park! Great bike and walking trails crossing over the Big Dam Bridge over the Arkansas River into Little Rock.
#14 of 14 Nature & Parks in Little Rock