Explore the most popular city walk trails in Arkansas with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Nice easy trail. Beautiful large trees.

27 days ago

Pretty and short. Probably more interesting now that it connects to other trails

27 days ago

Not much to say about this one. It's a nice park with paved trails and plenty of space to roam about.

29 days ago

Gulley is one of my main city park walks. It has a gym station, a creek, a 0.3 mile stretch that leaves most people behind and I can do beginner running without self-consciousness, and it has a good field of view from the northwest side.

The path is sandy with little pebbles. There are some old pretty trees on this trail.

easy paved walk

road biking
3 months ago

We loved this trail ... it covers a little of everything from a view standpoint.

Very good trail

Nice paved trail for walking, running, or biking. I brought my dog and he liked getting into the little river a few times. Pretty scenery along the way with the added sculptures and gardens. Would recommend for all ages.

4 months ago

Nice, simple, paved walkway makes this an all season walk for those who desire a place in the city but feel like you are outdoors. Wide paved walks make it suitable for wheelchairs. Restrooms and Pavilion at entrance are ADA certified. Make the loop several times to get a bit more of a workout. Well maintained by City of Cherokee Village.

If you start at the trailhead by the Baptist Church and ride to Berryhill Park, it’s not bad. Past that you’re in the city, too many busy roads to cross.

6 months ago

This trail connects to the Crystal Bridge Trail and is mostly paved but offers some dirt sections. It is a short trail but still enjoyable. Foot traffic has always been virtually non-existent the times I have been on it. There are several benches where you can sit and relax and just enjoy being outside.

it was nice and peaceful

8 months ago

This is a very easy walk on a paved pathway. if you start at what the guide says is the trail head, you have a very nice and quick lollipop trail to follow. However you are parking on the side of a busy street. If you go to the west side of the park there is plenty of parking in a marked parking lot, which might be a better place to leave your car.

The trail itself is suitable for everyone and is along a paved pathway. There are a few spots where the trees have created un uneven surface in the pavement that may make it difficult for a very short section to someone in a wheel chair.

The path following the creak was very nice and you could hear lots of different birds. If made you think your sound machine for white noise was stuck on the birds setting. For the time I had on this trip to Fayetteville, this trail got me outside and I learned about a park I had not visited before.

The trail is segmented so a few sections are connected by short stretches of public road. Most intersections with public roads are easily crossed. However Beebe Capps is an expressway and most people avoid crossing.
One of the most popular sections starts at Berryhill Park. From here an out and back 5k can be ran/walked without a road crossing.
The trail is in good shape but it does need some repair.

9 months ago

Well marked, pretty simple. There are absolutely no hot springs on this trail.

10 months ago

Short, paved trail with not much to see. By itself nothing exciting but does allow you to connect to some dirt paths at Crystal Bridges that offer more to see.

Nothing special. It may start at a Museum but there is nothing else of interest on the route. It is a basic residential neighborhood with questionable sidewalks.

mountain biking
Friday, January 05, 2018

The trail was good overall, but several sections are not shaded and can get hot in the summer.

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Good dog walk. Beautiful park. Pavement all around, make it easy walking or running. Not so exciting doh.
Has picnic areas and a jungle gym.
Would recommend it!!

Flat trail, asphalt, partly shaded and somewhat scenic but nothing rugged at all.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Love this walk for its convenience, beautiful plants, and friendly folks (and dogs)!

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Nice trail that is paved. Has everything a regular park has and a beautiful creek along with it!

Favorite place to run in Conway

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

This trail allows you to start and finish at the same location. The official park trail map starts at Gulpha Gorge and finishes on West Mountain which means that you would have to park a car at the trailhead and the finish. This route simply starts and ends downtown using other hiking trails to connect the gap. This is a very long hike and you should set aside several hours to complete. My gps measured 13.13 miles. Parts of the trail are very steep and washed out. Take plenty of water, there are no water sources along the way. Plenty of deer to see along the way.

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Nice short park trail. Great for kids!

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Very nice, wide, and paved. Perfect place to run or walk with the family. Lots of places to stop and rest.

road biking
Monday, October 17, 2016

This is not Camp Robinson. This is the River Trail, a pedestrian only trail the straddles the river running from The Clinton Library to the Big Dam Bridge. It's a great road trail, entirely paved. Camp Robinson is an MTB trail located further northwest in North Little Rock.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Perfect for active dogs

Friday, August 12, 2016

Nice easy walking trail, safe.

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