Parks and Playgrounds

Get away for the day – just around the corner

There's nothing like the great outdoors in Arkansas, and Little Rock parks and playgrounds are the perfect places to enjoy a day out. Offering everything from public golf to classic playgrounds and unique climbing walls and tunnels, these go-to spots for cookouts, ball games and weekend get-togethers are part of what makes Little Rock an outstanding place to enjoy family fun.


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West Little Rock

Altitude Trampoline Park

15707 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock / 479-763-5867
Web Address: www.altitudetrampolineparklr.com/page.cfm?pageid=33219
A 35,000 sq. ft. indoor park with jumping activities including sports and fitness programs, competitive jumping and just plain old-fashioned jumping fun. Located in West Little Rock, Altitude is easily accessible from any part of town.
Central Arkansas

Arkansas River Trail

Along the Arkansas River, Little Rock and North Little Rock
Web Address: www.arkansasrivertrail.org
The Arkansas River Trail, allows the sister cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock to connect people, enabling them to walk or cycle while taking in some of the most spectacular views in Central Arkansas.
River Market Dist.

Art Along the River

Riverfront Park, Little Rock / 501-376-4781
Web Address: www.rivermarket.info
Stroll through Riverfront Park and let your mind and soul become enriched by the many works of art placed along the path to the Clinton Presidential Center.
North Little Rock

Burns Park & Golf Course

Interstate 40, Exit 150, North Little Rock / 501-758-1424
Web Address: northlittlerock.org
Burns Park is one of the largest municipal parks in the country and offers an array of outdoor activities, including two 18-hole golf courses.
River Market Dist.

Clinton Presidential Center and Park

1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock / 501-374-4242
Web Address: www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org
The William J. Clinton Presidential Center includes America’s newest Presidential Library housing the largest archival collection in American presidential history.
Central Arkansas

Clinton Presidential Park Bridge

Grounds of the Clinton Presidential Clinton Library, Little Rock / 501-3744-4242
Web Address: www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org
The former Rock Island Railroad Bridge, built in 1899, was renovated into a ramped pedestrian pathway to compliment President Clinton's vision for his Presidential Center - a veritable Bridge to the Future.
River Market Dist.

Junction Bridge

Riverfront Park, Little Rock
Web Address: www.co.pulaski.ar.us/junctionbridge.shtml
As an integral part of the Six Bridge skyline and riverfront development in both Little Rock and North Little Rock, the Junction Railroad Bridge for pedestrian and bicycle use, links both sides of the Arkansas River Trail.
River Market Dist.

La Petite Roche Plaza

Riverfront Park, Little Rock / 501-376-4781
Web Address: www.rivermarket.info
Little Rock's namesake and history is unveiled in this outdoor plaza located within downtown's Riverfront Park.
Downtown

MacArthur Park

503 E. Ninth St., Little Rock
Web Address: www.littlerock.org/ParksRecreation/parks/
MacArthur Park is the city's oldest municipal park. This historic downtown park houses the Arkansas Arts Center and MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History.
West Little Rock

Maumelle Park on the Arkansas River

9009 Pinnacle Valley Rd, Little Rock / 501-868-9477
Three Miles off State Highway 10 on Pinnacle Valley Road. 129 Sites, Hookups, 3 Dump Stations, Restrooms and Showers, Boat Ramp, 8 Pavilions, 4 Playgrounds
River Market Dist.

Medical Mile

Riverfront Park, Little Rock
Medical Mile, a 1,300 foot section of the Arkansas River Trail showcases a three dimensional mural wall designed to inspire visitors to make wellness-oriented lifestyle changes.
Riverdale

Murray Park

Murry Park, Little Rock / 501-371-4770
Web Address: www.littlerock.org/ParksRecreation/parks/
Murry Park is one of the most popular parks in Little Rock. Located along side the Arkansas River, it has eight pavilions, three soccer fields, two playgrounds and a boat dock. Murray Park is also a popular site for numerous fishing tournaments.
North Little Rock

Old Mill, The

Fairway Ave. and Lakeshore Drive, North Little Rock / 501-791-8537
Web Address: www.northlittlerock.org/entries.aspx?id=233
Historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie "Gone With The Wind." It features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez.
River Market Dist.

Peabody Splash Park - Riverfront Park

202 La Harpe Boulevard, Little Rock / 501-375-2552
Web Address: www.rivermarket.info
Peabody Splash Park is a unique play environment, designed with help from children; it encourages imagination, exploration and discovery.
West Little Rock

Pinnacle Mountain State Park

11901 Pinnacle Valley Rd., Roland / 501-868-5806
Web Address: www.arkansasstateparks.com/pinnaclemountain
Spend the afternoon at one of Arkansas' prettiest spots.
Riverdale

Rebsamen Park

3400 Rebsamen Park Dr., Little Rock / 501-666-7965
Web Address: www.littlerock.org/ParksRecreation/parks/
Nestled comfortably in a bend of the Arkansas River; this 18 hole championship course was designed to accommodate golfers of all levels.
River Market Dist.

Riverfront Park

Ottenheimer Plaza, Little Rock / 501-371-4770
Web Address: www.rivermarket.info
Riverfront Park stretches eleven blocks on the south bank of the Arkansas River in downtown Little Rock, arguably one of the best public parks in the country.
West Little Rock

Two Rivers Park

County Farm Road, Little Rock / 501-371-4770
The 1000-acre park, located in West Little Rock, has many amenities including bike trails, walking trails, gardens, and abundance of wildlife, as well as the new pedestrian bridge that connects to the Arkansas River Trail.
River Market Dist.

Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden

Riverfront Park, Little Rock
Web Address: www.sculptureattherivermarket.com
This dynamic garden is located east of the Marriott Hotel near the Forever a Rose Garden and the Jack Fleischauer Garden. It is home dozens of sculptures in the park, along with dozens that have been installed in the River Market District since 2004.
Midtown

War Memorial Park

5110 W. Markham, Little Rock / 501-663-0854
Web Address: www.littlerock.org/parksrecreation/
With its location in the heart of Little Rock, this 90 acre, 18 hole urban executive course offers any golfer an opportunity to sharpen their skills. The Park also offers a wonderful children's play area and walking trails.
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