8115 Frenchman's Lane
Little Rock, AR 72209
Phone: (501) 562-9383
Fax: (501) 562-2039
8115 Frenchman's Lane, Little Rock, AR, US, 72209
- Phone: (501) 562-9383
- Fax: (501) 562-2039
Relax after a long day out on the green at Hindman, or participate in one of many special events and tournaments held at this popular course. With some of the best greens fees in town, you will find yourself wanting to play these 18 holes again and again. If you need to sharpen up your game, you can opt to take an instructional clinic or individual lesson. Concessions and a full-service pro shop are available on the premises.
Challenge your friends to a go-kart race or have a ton of laughs at the bumper boats. You can also test your batting average at the batting cages. Raining? Not to worry; just visit the arcade for your favorite video games, skeeball, pool tables and mini basketball. Group specials and birthday party packages are available.
Barton Coliseum located in the State Fairgrounds, can accommodate upto 7175 spectators and has nearly 3044 portable seats. Be it a concert or a major sporting event to rodeo shows, this is the place to be. Earlier rock concerts also used to be held here. It also has a Basket ball court and a boxing ring. During the annual Arkansas State Fair, this place is bustling with activities and packed to the hilt with locals gathered to enjoy.
The Arkansas State Fairgrounds houses the famed Arkansas State Fair among other things. It also contains within it the Barton Coliseum. This ground is one of the many venues in the humongous Arkansas State fair Complex. Check the website for further details.
Looking for a fun activity for the whole family? Test your skills at the roller-skating and ice skating rinks at this arena. Need lessons? Call about ice skating and hockey classes. A variety of refreshments are available at both rinks. During winter months, enjoy hot cocoa by the fireplace at the ice rink. Tickets may be bought for one rink or both. Thursday night is family night and parents skate free. Birthday parties and other functions are welcome.
This privately owned garden is open to the public thanks to the generosity of Anita Davis. This neighborhood green space hosts various events and features temporary sculpture exhibits by local artists. Landscaped with lush, low impact vegetation, the garden offers benches and a gorgeous lighted canopy set upon an old fast food joint's foundation that now serves as the backdrop for many weddings. Whether its to check out the artwork, attend an event or merely enjoy the being outdoors, the Bernice Garden is an Arkansas gem.
Home to a variety of festivals and concerts, this park is the center of activity in Little Rock. Here you can see the actual "little rock" that inspired European-explorer Benard de la Harpe to name the city. Take a break from shopping and visiting museums downtown to watch barges and riverboats float down the lazy Arkansas River. Children can enjoy the playground, while adults check out the history pavilion, which offers background on the park and the city. Bands often perform at the amphitheater. In May the park is filled with the frivolities of the annual Riverfest.
Come play the golf course everyone in Little Rock is talking about. This course offers the championship 18, which consists of a challenging 7002 yard course when playing from the black tees. Green fees start at very affordable levels on weekdays, weekends and holidays; special rates are also available for junior and senior golfers. Call for special events and tournament information.
This pleasant and popular park, located four miles from Cantrell Road, features two playgrounds, two soccer fields, eight pavilions and plenty of shaded picnic areas. Just south of Murray Lock and Dam, the park is on the banks of the Arkansas River. It offers a boat launch for fishermen and pleasure cruisers alike. There is plenty of parking here. A bike lane runs out to the park from Cantrell Road, providing a nice alternative to city traffic. Murray Park also has a dog park.
Stonelinks offers 18 holes, par 72, and pull carts for your convenience.
Nestled between where the Arkansas and Little Maumelle Rivers meet, lies a 1000 acre (400 hectares) park. Here at Two Rivers Park, locals and visitors alike can partake in a variety of outdoor activities, from horse back riding and cycling to leisurely walks and even gardening! Located within this lush parkland is the Garden Center where residents can rent out garden tracts and plant and weed to their hearts content.
Enjoy a relaxing day of golf and fun at this challenging golf course and country club.