DWG Map Little Rock Arkansas US

Little Rock, Arkansas, offers several nature parks and outdoor recreational areas for residents and visitors to enjoy. Here are some of the prominent nature parks in and around Little Rock:

  1. Pinnacle Mountain State Park: Located just west of Little Rock, Pinnacle Mountain State Park is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The park features the iconic Pinnacle Mountain, which offers hiking trails of varying difficulty levels, providing panoramic views of the Arkansas River Valley. Visitors can also enjoy picnicking, birdwatching, and a visitor center with informative exhibits.
  2. Two Rivers Park: Situated at the confluence of the Arkansas and Little Maumelle Rivers, Two Rivers Park offers a tranquil setting for picnicking, fishing, and hiking. There’s a scenic bridge that connects the park to the Arkansas River Trail, making it a popular spot for cyclists and joggers.
  3. Big Dam Bridge and Murray Park: The Big Dam Bridge is one of the longest pedestrian and bicycle bridges in the United States, offering stunning views of the Arkansas River. It connects Murray Park on the Little Rock side to Cook’s Landing Park in North Little Rock. Murray Park also has playgrounds, walking trails, and a golf course.
  4. Burns Park: Located in North Little Rock, Burns Park is one of the largest municipal parks in the country. It offers a wide range of recreational opportunities, including hiking and biking trails, sports fields, playgrounds, a dog park, and a golf course. The park also hosts various events and festivals throughout the year.
  5. Allsopp Park: This scenic urban park is situated in the heart of Little Rock and is known for its picturesque walking and biking trails. It provides a peaceful escape within the city and is often frequented by nature enthusiasts and families.
  6. Petit Jean State Park: While not within Little Rock city limits, Petit Jean State Park is located just a short drive away and is one of Arkansas’s most beloved state parks. It features stunning landscapes, including Cedar Falls, a historic grist mill, and the picturesque Petit Jean Mountain. Visitors can explore numerous hiking trails and take in the natural beauty of the park.

These parks offer a variety of outdoor experiences, from hiking and biking to birdwatching and enjoying scenic river views. Whether you’re a local resident or a visitor to Little Rock, these nature parks provide a chance to connect with the natural beauty of the area and enjoy outdoor activities.

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