William E. Clark Wetlands at the Clinton Presidential Park

The Bill Clark Presidential Park Wetlands are situated alongside the Arkansas River with views of the Clinton Presidential Center
The Bill Clark Presidential Park Wetlands are situated alongside the Arkansas River with views of th...
A family walks down the boardwalk in the Bill Clark Presidential Park Wetlands
A family walks down the boardwalk in the Bill Clark Presidential Park Wetlands...

What to know

The William E. "Bill" Clark Wetlands located in the Clinton Presidential Park include 13 acres of restored wetlands and a 1,600-foot boardwalk for visitors to discover the wildlife and river life that inhabit the area. The wetlands provide access to conservation, tourism, educational, environmental, and wildlife opportunities. Interpretive displays and observation pavilions explain the significance of the area. The wetlands are named for William E. “Bill” Clark, who was an avid outdoorsman and strong civic, charitable, and political leader in Arkansas.

Visitors can further explore Arkansas' flora and fauna a few blocks away at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center.
1200 East President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
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