Boyle Park


What to know

ROUTE DESCRIPTION TRAIL #19: Boyle Park in Little Rock was one of the original parks built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and many of the original structures are still present today. The looped portion on the northern side of the park is fairly flat, flowy and perfect for beginners. The east side from the Boyle Park entrance to Archwood Drive is strenuous with some good climbs and technical sections and is aimed at intermediate to advanced riders. The South Nature Trail starts with a good climb but then levels out with a wide, fast, slightly downhill section. Once you drop down to the pavement, the route continues on the other side of Boyle Park Road with a short loop that has a slight change in elevation. The variety of terrain found here means riders can mix it up for different challenges. The park also has a playground, pavilions and paved multi-use trails. Trail Map:
Leander Dr
Little Rock, AR 72204