A Little About Little Rock…



A Little About Little Rock…
A Little About
Little Rock…
Our Hometown
 Arkansas’ Capital and
largest city
 City Population:
184,000 / 600,000
 Average Temperature:
61.7 degrees F
 Average Rainfall:
48 inches
 Average Snowfall:
5.2 inches
 Altitude: 286 ft
above sea level
Visiting Little Rock
Welcome to Little Rock, the capital and most populous city of Arkansas. Little Rock is
surrounded by natural beauty at every turn and travelers can expect big city attractions with
a home town feel. The city offers beautiful scenery, museums, cultural events and a wide
variety of gourmet dining. A 20-minute drive will take you to any location in Little Rock and all
Arkansas attractions are within a two-three hour drive from Little Rock.
It is no accident that Arkansas is called "The Natural State." Little Rock is surrounded by
state and national parks that are all within easy driving distance to enjoy. We have
something for everyone from waterfalls and caverns to mountain trails and scenic drives.
The beautiful lakes, clear streams and fall foliage in Arkansas will take your breath away.
You will also want to visit our many fascinating historical sites and spectacular golf courses.
Travelers can expect friendly, welcoming residents from the moment they cross into the
state's borders.
We hope that you enjoy our city during your visit. Please see the links on the next page for
more information on what Little Rock has to offer.
Little Rock Links of Interest
Little Rock Information
Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau
City of Little Rock
Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce
Little Rock National Airport
Parks and Recreation
Points of Interest Map
Fast Facts about Little Rock
Calendar of Events
Farmers Market in Rivermarket
Willie D’s Piano Bar
Sticky Fingerz Rock ‘n Roll
Chicken Shack
Flying Saucer:
more than 200 kinds of beer
Music by
the River
The Afterthought – for Nighttime Jazz
on the
Downtown Little Rock
Fourth of July Celebration
Central High – National Historic Site
Arkansas Art Center
Museum of Discovery
The Clinton Presidential Library
Heifer International
Arkansas Symphony Orchestra
Arkansas Repertory Theatre
Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts
Little Rock Zoo
Dickey Stevens Park The Arkansas Travelers
2007 Ballpark of the Year (baseballparks.com)
Razorback Football at War Memorial
Woooo Pig Sooie!!
Little Rock Parks
Allsop Park in Hillcrest
Golf in and around Little Rock
Pinnacle Mountain
The Old
Arkansas River Trail
All together approximately 24 miles of
trail in Central Arkansas. Trail will also
connect to the 225-mile Ouachita
Wilderness Trail in Pinnacle Mountain
State Park adding an additional 17 miles
to this nationally-recognized trail.
Connects approximately 15
miles of scenic riverside trails
in the cities of Little Rock and
North Little Rock.
The Big
Dam Bridge
Little Rock Is One of Bicycling Magazine's
Top 50 Bike-Friendly Cities
 The list, which only considers cities with populations of 100,000 or
more, bases its selection on the availability of segregated bike lanes,
municipal bike racks and bike boulevards, to name a few.
 Cities must also support a vibrant and diverse bike culture and must
have smart, savvy bike shops.
Sailing on Lake
Outside The City Limits…
There’s a reason it’s called
Hot Springs!
Time to Hit the Spa
And they’re off…
Eureka Springs
Beaver Lake: Near Eureka Springs
Calico Rock on the White River
Eureka Springs
Cane Creek Kayaking
Big Fishing in Arkansas Rivers and Lakes!
The Buffalo River
DeGray Lake
Cossatot River Kayaking
Fly-fishing on the Little Red
Cossatot Falls
Mt. Magazine Lodge
The Ozarks