Two Rivers Park Bridge

Two Rivers Park Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that marks the western part of the Arkansas River Trail loop. Contrary to its name, the bridge doesn't connect two rivers. It connects to Two Rivers Park, which is located at the confluence of the Arkansas and Little Maumelle Rivers. Two Rivers Park Bridge has been great for bikers and hikers. Two Rivers Park is a desirable path that was often overlooked because of the hassle of getting there. The trail is currently connected in a 14-mile loop to downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock, and offers access to Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
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This is my first time visit here. From the tons of comments on your articles,I guess I am not only one having all the enjoyment right here!

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Very intresting and useful post. Thanks for sharing with us

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This river bridge is simply awesome and i have been to this place when i went on blogs works to meet my friend. This got huge space to walk around and very good for all pedestrians.

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