After taking pictures at The Old Mill, I drove back towards Little Rock. The snow from the night before had melted off the roads, but there was still a few inches on the ground. I tried to think of a few places in town that would be good places for pictures of the city in the snow. I ended up driving through Riverfront Park in North Little Rock, to get a shot of the snow and the downtown skyline.
Somebody decided to build a little snowman in the park...
I drove over the river into Little Rock and ended up at the Old State House. This is the first state capitol for Arkansas, built in the 1830s and 40s. The gate here was closed and the snow on the lawn wasn't trampled, except for some prints from squirrels.
The next stop was MacArthur Park, and the old Little Rock Arsenal Building.
This is one of the oldest buildings in the city, and the snow around it was untouched except for a few prints around the trees from birds.