- Dickey-Stephens Park. April through August, THE place to be in North Little Rock on a warm weekend evening is Dickey-Stephens Park, rooting on the Seattle Mariners’ AA-affiliate, Arkansas Travelers. Baseball season is kinda a big deal around here, and Dickey-Stephens goes all out with themed nights, giveaways and even fireworks.
- The Old Mill. Voted #2 Best Arkansas attraction in the 2018 USAToday’s 10Best Reader’s Choice Awards, The Old Mill is a North Little Rock icon known for being featured in the opening credits of Gone with the Wind. It is allegedly the last standing structure from the film!
- Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum. Who knew there was a submarine in the Arkansas River, in a land-locked state like Arkansas? Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is the only place other than Honolulu, Hawaii, to have two vessels that bookend World War II: the tugboat Hoga was in Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack in 1941, and the submarine Razorback was in Tokyo Bay during the formal surrender of Japan.
- Burns Park. This 1,700-acre city park is expansive and includes space and facilities for a variety of outdoor activities, including golf, tennis, soccer, baseball, softball, hiking, biking, horseback riding and disc golf.
- North Shore River Walk. If you’re looking for a beautiful place for a leisurely stroll, North Shore River Walk has it all with paved, wide sidewalks and gorgeous views of the Arkansas River and city skyline. It’s part of the Arkansas River Trail, a 15-mile loop across the Clinton Presidential Bridge and the Big Dam Bridge. What’s your favorite place in North Little Rock? Let us know by sharing your photos and experiences on TripAdvisor!
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