Big River Crossing
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Nearly a mile in length, is the country’s longest active rail/bicycle/pedestrian bridge that crosses the Mississippi river. Free and open daily 6 AM through 10 PM Arkansas access from Bridgeport/dykes Lake Road at 55 exit 1 Tennessee access from channel 3 Drive/ Virginia Ave. West
Walk across the Mississippi River using the longest pedestrian bridge across the Mississippi! Over a mile in length, this is a great way to get some beautiful views of the Memphis skyline.
Big River Crossing is the longest pedestrian bridge crossing the Mississippi River, nearly a mile long. Fun, free adventure!
Longest pedestrian & biking bridge over the Mississippi River from Memphis to West Memphis.
pedestrian and bicycle bridge across the Mississippi River between Memphis and West Memphis, Arkansas
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