Little Rock Neighborhoods Map

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All Little Rock neighborhoods

The city of Little Rock, AR has a population of 198,067 and a population density of 1,650 people per square mile. There are a total of 28 Little Rock, AR neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Downtown and the largest neighhorhood by population is Rock Creek. The Little Rock, AR neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Top Rated Neighborhoods In Little Rock, AR

Some people may not realize it but in Little Rock, Arkansas there is so much more to be grateful for than its closeness to natures beauty. With no lack of fine dining, beautiful parks, museums, educational opportunities, and family fun centers this thriving city has something for everyone no matter what age they are. The river being so close also adds to the fun with the opportunity for water sports of all kinds. Compared to other cities of its size, the cost of living in Little Rock is lower than most and being located nearly in the geographical center of Arkansas puts its citizens in the perfect position to enjoy everything the state has to offer. Little Rock is considered to be the best cultural, and economical example the state has to offer and its transportation hub helps you enjoy it all. Many who come to visit end up returning to stay.

River Mountain

River Mountain's stable housing market gets people into affordable, decent homes and its residents enjoy a significantly lower crime rate than other areas of the city. Interstates 30 and 40 meet in the area making travel to anywhere in the rest of the state easy to do. Public transportation for local travel is efficient, and downtown Little Rock with all its entertainment possibilities is never more than minutes away. This town is not short on the amenities that make life easier or the kind of natural beauty you want to keep your camera handy for. The scenery along the Arkansas River is worth framing, and Bobby's bike hike is a good way to experience nature up close. Visitors or residents enjoy the River Market district for shopping and the Zoo is perfect for kids that need to get out and walk off some energy. Animals are well cared for and the atmosphere is pleasant for any age.

Rock Creek

Rock Creek's low cost of living and high graduation rates make this a popular neighborhood. Low crime and higher home values than Little Rock are two more good reasons to aim for a home in this area. Good schools, the Rebsamen and Hindman Golf Courses, bowling, water parks or a quiet museum are just a bare sample of what makes Rock Creek a good choice for young families or retirees. With reasonable rents and purchase prices on new homes, finding affordable housing in Rock Creek is well within the budget of the average American. Dependable public transportation is available, and for those who'd rather drive themselves, roads are kept in good shape. Downtown Little Rock and all it has to offer is less than 20 minutes away which is not an unreasonable distance for commuting or a day out on the town for the pure fun of it.

Walnut Valley

Walnut Valley is a good place to either raise a family, or spend your retirement years. Crime rates are low, graduation rates are high, and homes either for rent or sale are favorably priced as compared to other neighborhoods in the area. Shopping is convenient, public transportation is handy, and downtown Little Rock is minutes away, all of which can make life in this area a pleasure, not a burden. Willow Springs Water Park is fun for all ages, and when you're through enjoying the water there are uncountable nature trails in the area for walkers and hikers. Whether shopping or sightseeing, the River Market District is a "must see" and when you're ready to eat after a full day, whatever you’re in the mood for you can bet there will be a local restaurant nearby that serves just what you want.