From hiking to golfing to even kayaking, Little Rock isn't the capital city of "The Natural State" for nothing!

By Foot

Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism
Take the West or East Summits trails to the top of Pinnacle Mountain for 360-degree views of Little Rock and the Arkansas River.

Hike to the top of a mountain in the middle of Arkansas at Pinnacle Mountain State Park. The mountain sits 1,013 feet above sea level and offers sweeping views of the Arkansas River Valley. If scrambling up a steep slope doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, we’d recommend taking the West Summit Trail.

Big Dam Bridge

At 4,226 feet in length, the Big Dam Bridge is the longest pedestrian/bicycle bridge in North America built solely for that purpose. Eight observation areas offer views from as high up as 90 feet above the river.

Experience the longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge in North America built specifically for that use. Elevated 90 feet above the Arkansas River and spanning 4,226 feet, The Big Dam Bridge is one of Little Rock’s most iconic bridges and a popular destination for family-friendly outings.

T.R. Pugh Memorial Park

North Little Rock is home to a plethora of indoor and outdoor attractions like the Old Mill, made famous for its role in the opening credits of “Gone With the Wind”

This North Little Rock park is home to the iconic Old Mill, which was featured in the opening scene of “Gone With the Wind.”

Be sure to bring your camera.

By Boat

Rock Town River Outfitters

Rock Town River Outfitters offers kayaking tours along the Arkansas River starting at just $45 for two hours.

Pinnacle Mountain State Park

During the summer, park interpreters take guests on guided sunset cruises. Float down the Big Maumelle River as you experience central Arkansas from a different perspective.

By Bike

Arkansas River Trail System

Daniel Moody
Junction Bridge and Big Dam Bridge, both part of the Arkansas River Trail.

The most beloved bike trail in greater Little Rock has to be the Arkansas River Trail System. The trail winds for 88 miles through Little Rock, North Little Rock, Maumelle and Conway. This biker’s paradise is highly trafficked and family friendly with plenty of pretty areas to stop and admire the views.

By Mat

Yoga in the Rock

Yoga in the Rock offers a view at different outdoor spots around the city. From April to October each year, the group offers free yoga classes perfect for beginners or more practiced yogis. More info: