Southern Charm, Natural Beauty and History Meet in North Little Rock

North Little Rock, Arkansas, is a destination for all seasons. Ride one of our vintage-style streetcars any time of year to take in the natural beauty of the Arkansas River and thriving downtown district.

The Argenta Arts & Entertainment District hosts monthly art walks and annual food, music and art festivals. The Joint Comedy Theater hosts improvisation groups and musicians every week and performs original comedies.

Experience the longest-serving submarine in the world, USS Razorback, at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum. In 2015, USS Razorback was joined by the tugboat USS Hoga, known for her heroic actions in Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941.

Burns Park, a 1,700-acre park with 18-hole golf courses and tennis courts, is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. The south side of the park lines the Arkansas River and connects to the Arkansas River Trail, a scenic 15-mile loop for cyclists and pedestrians.

Film fanatics will appreciate the Old Mill, a 1930’s replica of a 1800s gristmill presumed to be the last standing structure from Gone with the Wind.
Free to the public, the park is full of natural beauty and the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle.

Get inspired, be spontaneous and live like a local in North Little Rock! For more information about all there is to do and see in North Little Rock, visit NorthLittleRock.org or call 501-758-1424.

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