Explore the most popular walking trails near Little Rock with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Never been here before and really loved the trails offered, even for a quick walk around... can’t wait to return!

2 days ago

Very creepy. Definite signs of people living in the hills/woods. Saw a grown man standing under the bridge at Chenal. He had his eyes closed and his head was facing the trail. I am 6'2" 245 lbs and this guy made me uncomfortable so I abandoned my hike and went back on the sidewalks of Chenal Pkwy. I won't hike there. again.

Short and sweet

18 days ago

Nice little piece of nature in the city. There are a lot of crisscrossing trails, not a lot of signage so it's easy to get on the wrong path. The northern section of the trail and park are much quieter and denser vegetation. The southern trail is used as a mountain biking trail as well. Lots of loose rocks, so careful to avoid a twisted ankle or spill. As always in Arkansas, check for ticks afterward.

The ranch is a nice place to visit in the fall and winter. However the field was burned in spring.

Tough but doable.

A super nice workout!! The view is amazing. Was so much more than I expected. I’ll be coming back for sure

So I did this trail last year and to say it’s a rewarding hike is an understatement! I’m a big gal and it took me some time to get to the top (like 2 hrs) but it was such a rewarding view! It’s a bucket list hike and still so proud of myself. It’s mostly climbing btw not hiking.

Great trail for a newer hiker. Took the family on this one. They got a little hot but did great. Will probably hike this one again. .

Toughest climb I've done - rock scrambling, heart pumping, gorgeous views. can't wait to do the west side!

Significant litter - cigarette butts and alcohol containers all over. Small muddy pond. Maybe ok for catching catfish, but not great for hikes.

Fun trail for running with a lot of rock and root hopping. A single loop, as measured by the GPS on my Garmin Fenix 3 is 2.6 miles.

Beautiful easy to moderate hike. Actually is more like 3.5 miles. Shady all the way around and opportunity to see some wildlife.

Absolutely amazing. We wanted a tougher hike and this delivered! A lot of rock scaling and the view at the top is amazing. Highly suggest going up East Summit and going down West Summit.

Cool little trail. Feels short. Nice nature. Had a lot of bumble bees when we went. Surprised at how well taken care of and clean by where it is located being stuck back in the country some

This trail is pretty nice, decently long though anyone could do it. It's nice for a stroll. not necessarily hiking unless you go off trail. which is also kinda fun. There are enough man-made sights to take in to keep it interesting.

I like to park on the west side by the restrooms and playground area, but there is parking on the east side as well. I’ve done this trail for many years and it’s a personal favorite. I like to walk from the west side to the east side via the base trail, up the east side (more difficult side) and down the west side (easier side). East side has a steep rocky environment to climb over and is guaranteed to make you sweat. Beautiful views at the top are of the Arkansas river and Lake Maumelle.

Nice paved trail quick trail!

I really enjoying doing this trail as a alternative to climbing up Pinnacle.

3 months ago

Lots to explore

Loved this hike! Definitely very rocky (most of the hiking is scaling up the mounting) and not pet friendly. Will require shoes with good tred!

Great hike, taxing but rewarding!

Great trail that weaves back and forth over a creek. Has tree cover, small bluffs, small waterfall, birds, and insects.

Lightly trafficked, good trail running. Can stay wet after some decent rain. Description says 4.9 mi but it’s logged at 6.5 +

4 months ago

The swan was aggressive and bit my daughter. She was 40 feet from shoreline

Great Sunday afternoon hike!

I had read very little about this trail but have heard about it from several friends. I didn't have any expectations. I was very surprised by all the boulder climbing but it was so worth it when I got to the top. This was a bucket list hike I'm glad I did.

We live on Southridge Dr so walk this trail several times a week and never get tired of its beauty! We’re moving this summer and this will be the #1 thing that we’ll miss about Little Rock. The creeks and waterfalls are running good today!

This involves hiking uphill and rock scrambling! Kind of difficult but the view is just stunning!

6 months ago

I live very near Two RIvers Park and my wife and I walk there often, at least once or twice per week. Over the last few years, there have been numerous cars having their windows broken out and items stolen. I have heard people describing how they have seen people knocking out windows in multiple cars and rifling them for purses and valuables and driving away. I was always sad to hear about each occurrence.
Well, it was my turn a week ago, with my car window getting smashed in along with a car a few spaces away.
What I am wondering is why the Parks & Recreation Dept haven't installed video cameras in the parking lots, and help put an end to this ongoing problem.
If the park were made safer, I would say that it is 4 out of 5. But until then I urge caution in where you park, and leaving valuables in your car.

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