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Lorance Creek Natural Area


category : Natural Attractions
Directions: From Little Rock, take I-530 (U.S. 65) south towards Pine Bluff, approximately 10 miles; take Exit 9 (Bingham Road exit); turn left (east) on Bingham Road, cross over the Interstate, past a gas station, and into a residential area. At the first "Y" in the road, continue right on Bingham Road. At the second "Y" in the road, go right onto Border Lane. Go under the large power lines, and the Natural Area parking lot is approximately 100 yards on the right.

Handicapped-accessible trail and boardwalk that winds down through a mixed pine/ hardwood forest into a bald cypress-water tupelo swamp. Interpretive panels line the trail and boardwalk, illustrating the value and functions of wetlands, natural divisions of Arkansas, and plant and animal life of forested wetlands.


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Lorance Creek Natural Area

Directions: From Little Rock, take I-530 (U.S. 65) south towards Pine Bluff, approximately 10 miles; take Exit 9 (Bingham Roa...