Two Rivers Park, Little Rock
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Not far from the parking area and sculpture mound, there is a long boardwalk out to an inlet of the Little Maumelle River. This is an excellent place to drop in a paddleboard and stand up paddle in ca... read more »
We love to run at Two Rivers Park early in the morning, just as the sun is coming up, and still dark enough that the beautiful colored lights on the bridge are still lit. We run along the river trail ... read more »
I go to Two Rivers Park often, primarily when bike riding. I almost always see several deer. Recently a lot of the deer have had fawns which is cool. There are paved paths throughout the park but ther... read more »
I must clarify one thing. Twin Rivers Park is next to the I-430 Bridge in Little Rock. This park connects to Two Rivers Park but is not the same park. Two Rivers Park is a nice county park with miles of paved trails for walking, jogging, running, and bicycling. The park has several parking lots and restrooms. You can use the loop trail or walk to Twin Rivers Park. If you decide to go to the other park, you will cross the Two Rivers Bridge over the Little Maumelle River. Both are good routes to run or cycle. If the park existed without insects, I would have given it one more star. I am not a driver. This makes the park difficult to reach. I usually leave through the main entrance. This direction connects to Maumelle Park and Pinnacle Mountain State Park. You can also reach Cantrell Rd.
Twin Rivers park is a great place for riding your bike and walking. It is very green and pretty and surrounded by wildlife; we saw an armadillo, lots of deer, and birds! The trail is paved and is about 6 miles, perfect for anyone to walk or ride. It is also close to several other parks, which is great because you can make a day or being outside if you want.
A great walk down a paved trail near the river. So much wildlife to admire. If you're into foraging this is a close convenient location.
Great way to exercise
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