Two Rivers Park Trail is a 6.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Little Rock, Arkansas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great place to ride bikes or exercise. It also has nice expansive views.
This is one of my favorite trails in little rock, you can watch the deer up close and other wildlife as well and get some exercise
Beautiful! Easy for the kids, too.
My first time there, it was awesome, beautiful day.
Easy ride, great for beginners and kids, though heavily travelled at peak times. We we able to observe at least four dozen deer in the hour and a half we were there (early AM), so be sure to bring a camera. Very clean park minus the chafing gel packs and other 'pro cyclist' trash, adequate restrooms and beautiful trees and landscaping. A true gem to have this close to the city core.
An easy, flat paved trail with abundant wildlife especially in the evenings.
It was beautiful!
A great place for the family but it's very busy. Lots and lots of bikes too.
Great family trail!
Easy, partially shaded with restrooms & water available. Completely asphalted trail. I would prefer natural trail.
Be careful if you are cycling early in the morning or during sunset. The deer are very used to people, and are not afraid to jump out in from of your bike! They are especially plentiful the closer you get to Maumelle Park where the more wide open spaces are. Beautiful to look at, though... enjoy!!!
Go early and see a lot of deer. Flat, paved and you can make the trail a few miles longer by starting at the west little rock end at the bridge and taking the loop around to the point where the two rivers coincide.
Lots of deer
One of my most favorite hiking/walking/running destinations in Central Arkansas. It's fairly flat and languid, and doesn't require much effort.