Legacy Hotel And Suites

625 West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72201-3311, United States
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Photo of that day in SeptemberPhoto of that day in September

Side view of the Arkansas State CapitalSide view of the Arkansas State Capital

The "Trailer on Stilts" (Clinton Library)The "Trailer on Stilts" (Clinton Library)

Old State HouseOld State House

Travel Tips for Little Rock

walking trails, beautiful trees

by susiemargare

one of the most wonderful places to go walking is allsopp park, which is bounded by cantrell road and kavanaugh boulevard on the north and south, and by cedar hill road and allsopp park road (called hillcrest avenue at its intersection with kavanaugh boulevard) on the east and west.

marked trails wind through the trees and are manageable even if you are not in the best of physical shape. BE AWARE of what might be coming up behind you, tho, because people on mountain bikes use these trails to practice on!

this park is less than 10 minutes from downtown.

Boscos

by frankcanfly about "The restaurant for beer lovers"

Came here for brunch on a Sunday afternoon with Francine (VT: VianneR) and Bob. I wanted to try the beer, but I also wanted the eggs. It was my first time mixing Heffeweizen with Omelettes; delicious!!

Little Rock

by soundsgoodtome

I went to Little Rock for a day mainly to see the Clinton Library, but stayed for a few hours more to see downtown and have some lunch. This picture was taken from North Little Rock along the River Trail. Here you can tour the submarine seen in the foreground, but I dont know how much it costs because it was closed when I went. Other than that, there is nothing to see from this side of the river except the skyline and Alltel Arena just behind me.

The Old State House was built in the first half of the 19th century and served as the capitol building for 75 years. It is now a small local history museum that is free to tour, but I did not go in myself.

This is the back side of the Peabody Hotel, with a nice big fountain overlooking the river. The disappointing riverpark is just below here.

Backpacking Arkansas

by BillyH

"Twin Falls in the Ozarks"

I've been hiking the trail from Richland Creek Wilderness Park in the Ozark National forest for over 20 years and I'm still awed by the natural beauty of this area of the state.

There is a primitive camp site accessable by SUV and a 2 mile hike to the falls.

The picture shown can be seen from the road on the way to the camp grounds.

I normally park and hike in to be able to wake up on top of a mountain in a place that is private and has all the creature comforts made with the efforts of many a hiker.

The water in Richland Creek is clear and many area are suitable for swimming and sun bathing. I understand that there are those that kayak it in the spring and late fall when the water is normally higher.

I did not get any digital pictures last I went as the water was too high for the little ones to be crossing.

It's not exactly a tenderfoot trail. But the main trail can be taken on by most healthy individuals and children age six and above (provided they are with an experience guide).

Best time to backpack here is late spring before it gets hot and humid (and less insects are present) and sometimes late fall when rain fall is down.

This is a wilderness area, so don't get off the beaten path unless you know what you're doing.

The first time I took my future wife (ten years ago) to my favorite place on earth, we had crossed Richland creek and got caught with a thunderstorm that brought the level up very quickly and without warning.

Richland creek is about an hour and a half from Little Rock, AR.

Most of the campground sites have a picnic table and fire ring and swimmin' in a Arkansas swimin' hole is available at the camp site.

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Address: 625 West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72201-3311, United States