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Happy Trails

by Michael Storey | December 14, 2015 at 2:41 a.m.
A runner enjoys a fall jog along the promenade as it passes the Junction Bridge.


Photo by Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Graph showing Little Rock’s Sculptural Promenade trail head.

Location: Little Rock's Sculptural Promenade, also known as the Sculpture or Statue Promenade, begins at the Rabbit Reach sculpture at Sherman Street and Clinton Avenue, heads east under Interstate 30, north toward the river, then west through Riverfront Park to the Statehouse Convention Center.

GPS: 34.747166, -92.264253

Length: This easy, level path is paved and 1.29 miles, out and back.

Main attractions: Fun, cultural, whimsical and entertaining, the promenade is a great short hike to stretch your legs at lunch or when you only have a short time to spend downtown. What started with just a few large statues now boasts sculpture gardens with dozens of pieces, play areas and shady views of the Arkansas River.

Hazards: None.

Dog, bike, tyke friendly? The popular pedestrian trail is not recommended for bicycles.


Rating (out of five): .....

-- Michael Storey

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