Judging from sales and comments in some reviews, focusing so tightly on trails in Little Rock was perhaps a flawed idea which brings us to...
Trails of Central Arkansas is now in stores! At 150 pages and covering 60 trails it is nearly twice as long as its predecessor, with more trails, more color photos, more descriptions, and more Top 10 lists. The book includes trails from Conway, Maumelle, North Little Rock, Jacksonville, Cabot, Little Rock, Benton, Bryant, Redfield, Wrightsville, and Scott.
Look for Trails of Central Arkansas at Ozark Outdoor Supply, The Green Corner Store, Wordsworth Books, The Community Bicyclist, Spokes Little Rock, Historic Arkansas Museum, Argenta Market, Wild Birds Unlimited, Chainwheel, The Clinton Museum Store, River Market Books and Gifts, or the State Capitol Gift Shop.
If you don't live near any of these places, both books are available on Amazon.
These books are great resources for people interested in learning more about parks, hiking trails, bike trails, and water trails in Central Arkansas.
Leave a comment if you see these books for sale somewhere else and I'll add it to the list.
Mentions in the Press and Other Reviews:
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - Trails of Central Arkansas "is a natural follow-up to Chamberlin's Trails of Little Rock, expanding its boundaries to the rest of central Arkansas and paying as much attention to the out-of-the-way as it does to the obvious".
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - "Trails of Little Rock offers the key to outdoor adventures near downtown, subdivisions, malls and busy streets, places where nature enfolds the trail or stream and you're suddenly outside the scope of human influence..."
Comment on Amazon regarding Trails of Little Rock - "Great for locating trails that you as a Little Rock resident or visitor never knew existed."
Another comment on Amazon - "For someone who lives in the Little Rock area and is looking to find new hiking trails, it's quite useful."
3/31/12 Book signing @ Green Corner Store
4/14/12 Talk on Trails of Central Arkansas: Present and Future as part of Arkansas Literary Festival