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Individual Trail Information

Overbrook Trail

Length: 0.9 miles
Surface: Asphalt and concrete
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Connects JFK Blvd and North Hills Blvd

 

North Shore Trail

Length: 1 mile
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Connects North Shore Business Park and Arkansas River Trail

Cottonwood Trail

Length: 0.6 miles
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Located within Burns Park Soccer Complex

Highland Trail

Length: 2.1 miles
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Slightly hilly but not strenuous
Highlights: Overlooks the Big Rock Quarry and the Arkansas River

Isabella Jo Trail

Length: 1.0 mile
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Along two lakes and great for viewing wildlife

Savannah Lou Trail

Length: 0.5 miles
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Located within Burns Park Soccer Complex

White Oak Bayou Trail

Length: 2.0 miles
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Combined with the Arkansas River Trail make a loop around the Burns Park Soccer Complex and Dog Park

Levy Spur Trail

Length: Currently 2.0 miles
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Parrallels Camp Robinson Road between I-40 and 55th Street

Arkansas River Trail

Length: 7.5 miles in North Little Rock
Surface: Asphalt
Terrain: Mostly flat with some slight hills
Highlights: Combined with the Little Rock side this trail trail make a 15 miles loop between the Big Dam Bridge and the Clinton Presidential Bridge near the the downtown areas of Little Rock and North Little Rock.  For more information about this trail, visit arkansasrivertrail.org.

Blue Trail

Length: 1.0 mile
Surface: Natural, rocky in places
Terrain: Flat portions with slight hills
Highlights:

Blue Loop Trail

Emerald Park Trail

Length: 2.7 miles
Surface: Natural, rocky, asphalt
Terrain: Steep hill on each end and slight hills to flat in middle
Highlights: This trail is great for mountain bikers leading up to and joining with the Highland Trail through Emerald Park.

Green Loop Trail

Length: 5.0 miles
Surface: Natural and rocky in areas
Terrain: Flat and hilly
Highlights: A couple great overlooks of the Arkansas River, plenty of wildlife to watch; there is a cutoff about halfway through to make a shorter loop

Pfeifer Loop Trail

Length: 2.1 miles
Surface: Natural
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: Based at the base of the Big Dam Bridge, this trail...

Red Loop Trail

Length: 1.8 miles
Surface: Natural and rocky in areas
Terrain: Hilly in areas
Highlights:

White Loop Trail

Length: 0.5 miles
Surface: Natural
Terrain: Slightly hilly
Highlights:

Yellow Loop Trail

Length: 2.2 miles
Surface: Natural
Terrain: Flat with a couple of rolling hills
Highlights:

Yellow Trail West

Length: 3.7 miles
Surface: Natural
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: This trail was designed with equestrians in mind to allow access between Burns Park and the Pfeifer Loop Trail at the base of the Big Dam Bridge

 

Yellow Trail East

Length: 2.7 miles
Surface: Natural
Terrain: Flat
Highlights: This trail gives equestrians access to parrallel the Arkansas River Trail

 

Connector Trails

Length: varies
Surface: Natural and rocky in areas
Terrain: Flat and hill in areas
Highlights: These trails allow access between other trails

 

Burns Park:
4.6 miles of 5 Paved Trails
12.5 miles of 7 Unpaved Trails

Other Parks:
8.4 miles of 4 Paved Trails
3.9 miles of 2 Unpaved Trails