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Trail News

Upcoming Events



September 28
Big Dam Bridge 100 – Arkansas River Trail, Burns Park to Roland, Wye Mtn.

September 29
Festival in the Park – Two Rivers Park

October 5
Angel One Family Friendly 5K/10K – Two Rivers Park Bridge

October 6
Festival in the Park – Two Rivers Park (in case of rain on Sept. 29)

October 12
St. Edward’s Dragon Dash 5K and Fun Run – Two Rivers Park Bridge

October 19
The Halloween Half & 5K – Two Rivers Park Bridge, Big Dam Bridge

October 26
Little Rock Parks Creep N Crawl 10K/5K – Two Rivers Park Bridge

December 28
3 Bridges Marathon (3B26) – Two Rivers Park Bridge, Big Dam Bridge

Weekly Events and Organized Rides 

Trail News & Updates

Allied Van Lines’ article, “Top Places to Visit After Relocating to Little Rock” includes the Arkansas River Trail. http://tinyurl.com/jy3yd6g

Nuevo: Folleto del Arkansas River Trail, Versión en español
New: Arkansas River Trail brochure Spanish version

Trail Sweeper Fund-raising Campaign Update:
The Arkansas River Trail Foundation has met its goal to raise funds for  a Trail Sweeper for North Little Rock Parks and the Big Dam Bridge. After the heavy rains and flooding last spring and summer, the Trail had to be closed to clean off debris. The Trail Sweeper will speed the process and get everyone back on the Trail sooner. Tax-deductible donations can still be made to the Foundation at http://arkansasrivertrail.org/about-the-trail/donate/.

Leave No Trace’s new list of 12 sites for edu. & community projects includes Pinnacle Mt. State Park. http://tinyurl.com/qd2urvl

Restrooms, bike repair station and new walkway coming to the Big Dam Bridge
Little Rock Parks and Recreation was awarded a $120,000 outdoor recreation grant from the Arkansas Dept. of Parks and Tourism for the construction. The City of Little Rock, the Big Dam Bridge Foundation and Arvest Bank joined efforts to raise $120,000 in matching funding for the $240,000 project. See more. http://tinyurl.com/ltsvzk3

Arkansas River Trail Task Force Advances Safety Procedures

Emergency medallions to improve emergency responder dispatch
The Arkansas River Trail Task Force is pleased to announce the addition of trail signage that improves efficiency for emergency responders dispatched to the trail. Emergency medallions are in the process of being placed at trailhead access points and along the main trail every two-tenths of a mile. Trail users will soon be able to relay information from the nearest emergency medallion to plainly communicate an exact location to 911 operators. See press release. See example.

Send news items to info@arkansasrivertrail.com.

North Little Rock:
Report unsafe trail conditions: 501-791-8591
Report trail violations to 501-812-5962
Other information to 501-791-8540

To see more information about North Little Rock trail conditions, visit http://nlrpr.org/trails/.

See article in the National Park Service/Dept. of Interior News.

New bike fixit station


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