In 1967, members of Boy Scout Troop 358, led by Dr. Joseph Randle Luten Jr., created a walking route of just over ten-miles they named the Quapaw Line Trail. It toured historic sites and took about six hours to walk. Then-Mayor Martin Borchert spoke at a dedication in MacArthur Park. The trail route today is very similar to the 1967 route, but some route changes have occurred to accommodate the ever-changing urban landscape. History continues to be made in Little Rock and accordingly, new historical points of interest have been added to the Trail that did not exist at the time of its inception. It is with purpose we maintain the Quapaw Line Trail to remember and celebrate the treasured past, the architecture and the beauty of the City of Little Rock and the State of Arkansas.