Arboretum @Pinnacle

The Arboretum trail at Pinnacle is a .6 mile paved loop that circles around a large area of trees. There are no accessible bathrooms near this trail, and the closet one is located near the park’s other entrance near KingFisher. There are no accessible picnic tables, but there are accessible water fountains.

To get to Pinnacle, get on I-630 W from Woodlane St and W 7th ST. Next, continue on I-630 W. Take AR-10 W/Cantrell Rd to Chenal Pkwy. Finally, take AR-300 to your destination.

If you have any additional questions about this trail, then click on the link below.

Arboretum @Pinnacle Information

Difficult or Hazardous Areas

  • Some Raised Cracks
  • Trail may be slick if wet

If you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area click the picture below:

Pinnacle MT State Park

To see a closer look as to were the trail is in the park, click on the images below.

Even Closer look

Come Back for 360 degree pictures. Should be here after May 7th.

Click on the picture below to see a GoPro video of the trail.

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Hunter WildFlower Garden/Glen

The Hunter WildFlower Garden trail is located in Wildwood Park for the Arts. It is a one-acre garden with more than 150 species of wildflowers. A paved walking path circles the garden. Just like the Butler Arboretum trail (see here for information about Butler Arboretum), the bathrooms have a door on the outside that you are able to use to get in, but there is also an entrance inside the main building. You can also find the water fountains inside close to the bathrooms. There are no picnic table near the trail, but there are benches.

To get to WildWood from Little Rock, head north on State Capital towards Capital Mall. Take I-630 W, take Chenal Pkwy and Kanis Rd to Denny Rd. Wildwood is located close to Chenal Elementary. Once inside Wildwood, you can find the Hunter Wildflower trail past the bridge that goes over Swan Lake. It will be on your right right after you walk past the bridge.

If you have additional questions about this trail, click the link below. To find some information of the area go to paragraph 5 and start where it says “These trails are ideal for bird-watching”, or you can do control F, and type Wildflower.

Hunter WildFlower Garden

Difficult or Hazardous areas.

  • Moss made trail slick
  • Steep entrance/exit – Would be best to have brakes on your wheelchair.
  • Raised Cracks

If you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area click the picture below:

Wildwood

To see 360 Degree view pictures, click the picture below.

(Mens bathroom)

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(Women’s bathroom)
Bathroom Picture

Click on the picture below to see a GoPro video.

Hunter WildFlower Clen Vid

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Arboretum @Wildwood

Butler Arboretum is located in The Wildwood Park for the Arts, and it is ten-acres of beautiful garden. It has a trail that is paved and that features natural woodlands. There is also a firm grass entry when no recent rainfall has occurred. The trail has a Gazebo at the end, but it is sadly not accessible for wheelchairs. The bathrooms have a door on the outside to get in from, but you can also find the entrance inside of  the WildWood building. You can also find the water fountains inside of the building close to the bathrooms. There are no picnic tables close or on the Butler Arboretum trail.

To get to WildWood from Little Rock, head north on State Capital towards Capital Mall. Take I-630 W, take Chenal Pkwy and Kanis Rd to Denny Rd. Wildwood is located close to Chenal Elementary. Once in Wildwood, you can find the Butler Arboretum trail right next to the swan lake. You will have to pass a grassy field first, then take a right once you are back on paved road.

If you have additional questions about this trail, click the link below.

Butler Arboretum – WildWood

Difficult or Hazardous areas.

  • Sharp curves and steep hills
  • Moss caused trail to be slick
  • Raised cracks caused bumps.

If you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area click the picture below:

Wildwood

To see some 360 Degree picture, click the picture below.

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Click on the picture below to see a GoPro video.

Arboretum Trail

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Lorance Creek Nature Trail

The Lorance Creek Nature Trail is is an easy 1/2 mile trail that is paved and that features a pine oak forest, and a boardwalk that will give you a closer look at the swamp area. Both the foot trail and the boardwalk are accessible. There are porta potties located there, but the nearest accessible bathroom is the gas station located at exit 9. At one point, the trail will gradually dip down.

From Little Rock, take Interstate 530 , exit at Exit 9 (Bingham Road). Turn left on Bingham Road, cross over the interstate, and continue through a residential area. At the first “Y” in the road, go right on Bingham Road. At the second “Y” in the road, veer right on Border Lane and the Lorance Creek parking lot should be on your right.

If you have additional questions about this trail, click the link below.

Lorance Creek Information

Difficult or Hazardous Areas

  • There is a small slope in trail.
  • Trail has a dead end, so you have to turn back at the end.
  • Bridge is damp after rainfall.

If you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area click the picture below:

Lorance Creek Map

To see a 360 Degree picture of the area, click the picture below.

Lorance Creek

Click on the picture below to see a GoPro video.

Lorance Creek Video

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Big Dam Bridge

The bridge connects exactly 40 miles of scenic riverside trails in the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock. The bridge is 4,226 feet long and 14 feet wide, and includes 679 feet of walled dam.

If you have any additional questions about The Big Dam Bridge click the link: Big Dam Bridge

Difficult/Hazardous Spots

  • Moderately Steep Incline
  • Long/Strenuous Trail Length

Click the picture below if you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area:

Big Dam Bridge Map

Click the Picture Below to see some 360 degree pictures from this trail:

Big Dam Bridge Picture

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Click on the picture below to watch a video of this trail:

Big dam bridge youtube pic

 

 

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Two Rivers Bridge

Two Rivers Bridge is a paved bridge that leads to Two Rivers Park with a moderate incline. This bridge leads to a section of the Arkansas River Trail that leads to: Pinnacle Park, Maumelle Park, and the Big Dam Bridge. It also leads to another Two Rivers trail that has a loop and has the same start and end point. The bridge and trails are very scenic and and there are accessible picnic tables along the Two Rivers Park trails.

The directions to Two Rivers Bridge are from I-430, take Exit 12, AR-100 toward Maumelle. Go 11.4 miles. Turn left onto Crystal Hill Rd./AR-100. Then, continue to follow AR-100N.  Then, turn left onto Crystal Hill Rd/County Rd 51. The park is on the right.

If you have any additional questions about the trail click the link: Two Rivers Bridge

If you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area click the picture below:

Two Rivers Bridge Map

To see 360 Degree Pictures of this Area Click the Picture Below:

Two Rivers Bridge

Click on the picture below to see a GoPro video of this trail:

Two Rivers Bridge youtube pic

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Kingfisher Trail- Pinnacle Mountain State Park

The Kingfisher Trail is an easy 1/2 mile trail that is hard paved and features large trees and pretty foliage. There are bathrooms located nearby. There is one small incline at the very end of the trail.

Exit No. 9 off I-430 at Little Rock and travel seven miles west on Hwy. 10, then go two miles north on Hwy. 300

If you have any additional questions about this trail click the link: Kingfisher Trail

Difficult or Hazardous Spots

  • cracks in the pavement of the trail and debris covering the cracks
  • Note: with lots of rain (4+ inches) the trail could have standing water and high winds could knock the beautiful trees over

If you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area click the picture below:

Kingfisher Trail map

Here are some 360 degree pictures for you to look around and be able to look for your specific needs.

Click on the picture below to see a GoPro video of the trail:

KingFisher youtube pic

 

 

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Bufflehead Bay Trail

Bufflehead Bay Trail is a moderate .8 mile trail one way located in Little Rock, Arkansas that has a beautiful view of Lake Maumelle with pretty trees and foliage.

If you have any additional questions about the trail click the link: Bufflehead Bay Trail

Difficult/Hazardous Spots

  • pavement cracks
  • debris covering parts of trail
  • small incline

If you have any additional questions about the location or directions to this area click the picture below:

Bufflehead Bay Trail Map 2

Click on the Picture below to see a Go Pro video of this trail:

buffle head bay youtube pic

 

 

 

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Cedar Falls Overlook Trail- Petit Jean State Park

Cedar Falls Overlook Trail at Petit Jean State Park is a trail composed of wooden ramps. This trail ends at a beautiful view of Cedar Falls from a large wooden platform. There are several informational signs along the way that talk about the wildlife.

The Cedar Falls Overlook Trail is easy going down but could pose a difficulty going back up the ramps. Otherwise, the trail is beautiful and scenic.

Difficult/Hazardous Spots

  • wooden ramps could be bumpy if going at a high speed
  • moderate incline issue going up the ramps

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Section of Arkansas River Trail- Burns Park

The Burns Park, Arkansas River Trail is a section of the Arkansas River Trail located in Burns Park. Since the AR River Trail is 14 miles long, this section is filmed of only the part in Burns Park. It has a beautiful view of the Arkansas River and a fishing pier that is accessible. This trail is located in North Little Rock, Arkansas. To get to Burns Park you have to get on I-40 and take exit 150 and then follow the signs.

Difficult/Hazardous Spots

  • fishing pier is composed of ramps that could pose an incline issue
  • cracks or debris on trail

A bathroom on this trail is on the intersection of White Oak Trail and the Arkansas River Trail. The bathroom is on Tournament Drive, in Burns Park. Here is a Google Map Picture of the location of the bathroom on the trail.

Click the picture below to go to the original Google Map:

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Here are some 360 degree pictures of the bathrooms that are on the Burns Park section of the Arkansas River Trail.

Click on the picture to view some 360 degree pictures of the bathroom:

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Click on the link below to get some pictures of the Arkansas River Trail, Burns Park.

Click on the picture below to see a GoPro video of this trail:

Arkansas River Trail youtube pic

Here is the youtube video for White Oak (Which can also be found in Burns Park)

White Oak

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