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Clinton Presidential Park Bridge

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The Clinton Presidential Park Bridge glows at night...
The Clinton Presidential Park Bridge lit with rainbow LED lights provides a dramatic backdrop for di...
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Cyclists and pedestrians cross Clinton Presidential Park Bridge above the Arkansas River in downtown...
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The Clinton Presidential Park Bridge is located in the heart of downtown Little Rock's River Market ...

What to know

Originally built in 1899, the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge, formerly known as the Rock Island Railroad Bridge, was converted into a ramped pedestrian pathway and reopened in 2011. Located adjacent to the Clinton Presidential Center, the bridge serves as a visual representation of President Bill Clinton's "Bridge to the 21st Century."

The bridge serves as the eastern crossing of the 15-mile Arkansas River Trail, which runs along both the north and south banks of the Arkansas River. The loop is a must-see for visiting cyclists, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts. The Clinton Presidential Park Bridge is one of four pedestrian bridges in Little Rock that stretch over a navigable body of water.
1200 East President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201