North Little Rock

A Destination for All Seasons

North Little Rock, Arkansas, is at the intersection of natural beauty and city life, activity and relaxation. The city is accessible by major highways and Clinton National Airport but offers views that take your mind miles away from civilization.

 

Spring

Learn how to kayak on the Arkansas River with Rock Town River Outfitters. The farmers market offers soap, fresh bread and local honey. Downtown art galleries and restaurants participate in Argenta ArtWalk every third Friday.

 

Summer

Catch a minor league baseball game at Dickey-Stephens Park or cool off at Arkansas’s largest waterpark, Wild River Country. Pick your own strawberries, shop local goods or try a canning class at Faulkner Lake Orchard.

 

Fall

Before you visit, check www.NorthLittleRock.org for an updated list of can’t-miss fall events, such as Festival of Wines, Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival, ACANSA Arts Festival and Arkansas Times Whole Hog Roast.

 

Winter

Dine, catch a movie and shop at Central Arkansas’ largest indoor shopping center, McCain Mall. Stop by local art galleries for seasonal sales and try a beginner-friendly painting class at Barry Thomas Studio or Painting with a Twist.

 

Year-Round

 

  • History – The Old Mill, the last standing structure from Gone with the Wind, is a beautiful 1930s replica of an 1800s gristmill. At the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, tour a real, World War II submarine and see a tugboat that was in Pearl Harbor during the 1941 attack.

 

    • Live Entertainment – Verizon Arena brings in big-name acts, such as Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones and Tim McGraw. The Joint Comedy Theater hosts comedy improv groups, local musicians and original comedies written and performed by former SNL writers.
  • Outdoors – The Arkansas River Trail is a 15-mile scenic loop for cyclists and pedestrians along and across the Arkansas River.

 

 

To plan your trip to North Little Rock, contact the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau at (501)758-1424 or visit www.NorthLittleRock.org.