Located on two shady acres in Little Rock’s Murray Park, Paws Park is Little Rock’s first fenced, off-leash park for dogs. Amenities include: five foot high chain link fencing around two acres for large dogs, four foot high chain link fencing around a half acre for small dogs, secure area for entering and exiting the […]
This dog park has drinking water, shade, benches, and separate areas for large and small dogs. Located near the restrooms down and Rivertrail down the road from the soccer fields. The leash free zone is within the fenced area. For more information contact Burns Park.
This 135-acre North Little Rock park includes a one mile walking trail and four scenic overlooks of the Arkansas River with breathtaking views.
This park features picnic areas, an 18-hole championship golf course and a free 9-hole executive course.
This 1,000 acre Little Rock park consists of 450 acres of wooded wetlands and 550 acres of open fields where visitors can walk, ride bicycles, ride horseback and engage in family activities. The Garden Center offers plots for residents to rent for planting. The county also developed the Garden of Trees, which includes a variety […]
This park offers access to the Murray Lock and Dam System and the Big Dam Bridge from the North Little Rock side of the Arkansas River. Fishing is also allowed on the riverbank (with a valid state fishing license).
The North Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau (NLRCVB) is the official travel planning resource for those looking to explore the wide variety of activities, attractions and accommodations the city of North Little Rock has to offer.
Burns Park is one of the largest municipal parks in the country with 1,700 acres. It features a log cabin which was built and used as a store prior to the Civil War; a covered bridge; handicapped-accessible fishing pier; camping area; two 18-hole golf courses; two 18-hole disc golf courses; baseball; softball complex; 17 soccer […]
The Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau (LRCVB) is funded by hotel, motel, and restaurant taxes. It is the official marketing arm of the city and its mission is to promote Little Rock and its environs.
On the North Little Rock side of the Big Dam Bridge, you will find the Pfeifer Loop Mountain Bike Trail.