Burns Park


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Burns Park

Address:Interstate 40
North Little Rock, AK 72118

Phone:501-753-7307
Web: www.arkansasstateparks.com
Size: 1,575 acres.
Location:Located on the west side of North Little Rock, bisected by I-40.
Facilities:38 tent and RV campsites, picnic areas and pavilions, lighted fields for a wide variety of sports, 18-hole disc golf course, BMX track, indoor handball, racquetball, and wallyball courts, paved walking and bicycling trail, Burns Park Equestrian Trail.
Activities:hiking, softball, basketball, miniature golf, bocce ball, BMX biking, disc golf, soccer, camping, horseback riding, tennis, racquetball, handball, golf.
Special Features:The park includes Funland, a five-acre area for children that includes old-fashioned carnival rides and a miniature train.

See other parks in Alaska.
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