Friday, November 9, 2012

North Little Rock, Arkansas


We are staying here at the Riverside RV Park in N. Little Rock. This park is owned and run by the city. It has only been here for 4 years. It is a really nice park, although it would be better if it had grass, but it is more like a huge parking lot. It is full hook up and the price was only $10.50 with our Passport America discount, so for the convience and our purposes we are very happy here.

The park we are staying at is located right on the Arkansas River, so the scenery is really nice. There is a walking bridge you can access from the RV park that takes you over to the Clinton Presidential Library. I took a walk over there today. It is 1/4 mile each way. After I got there I found out there was a $7 admission and I didn't bring any money. It was too nice a day to be inside anywhere so, after taking a few pictures I walked back.

Yesterday we took a ride on the trolley.  It runs from North Little Rock to downtown Little Rock.  It makes several stops and you can get off and on all you want.  We just wanted to get an overview of the city, so we only got off for lunch.  It was fun riding it and the driver pointed out all the attractions and of course, all the good places to stop for lunch.

Tomorrow we are headed for Oklahoma City.  We enjoyed our brief stay here and will definately come back for another visit.  Hope you enjoy the pictures.
Here is a view of the walking bridge from the RV park. 
My view walking across the bridge
View of RV Park from bridge

Clinton Presidential Library
The Trolley on it's way to pick us up
Inside the trolley.  Can you believe this trolley cost $800,000
to purchase and we paid only $2 for an all-day pass.
Here is what the tract looks like as we cross the river.
We stopped here and had pizza for lunch.


  1. We stayed there a couple of years ago on our way home from Texas. Enjoyed the museaum.Didn't take the trolley Sounds like a good deal.

  2. We stayed in a KOA there, tight turns, too close tight turns. No grass at this place, but, it looks much easier to get around in. Will add this to my list of campgrounds. The trolley and the walking bridge look fab!