Things to Do

The top three reasons guests love our RV park in North Little Rock, Arkansas, are:

1) our friendliness,

2) our spectacular views and

3) our proximity to attractions, restaurants and shopping in Central Arkansas.

Below are just a few examples of things to do nearby; for more ideas, visit the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau website.

Outdoor Activities

Whether you are an avid cyclist or just enjoy a leisurely nature walk, the Arkansas River Trail provides 15 miles of trail with breathtaking views of the Arkansas River.

Spend an afternoon at The Old Mill at T.R. Pugh Memorial Park, known for being featured in the opening credits of Gone with the Wind.

For the more adventurous, try a kayaking sunset tour on the Arkansas River with Rock Town River Outfitters.

Entertainment

One of the greatest advantages of being located near downtown North Little Rock and downtown Little Rock is proximity to restaurants, live music, entertainment and shopping. Just minutes away, find the Argenta Arts & Entertainment District of North Little Rock. Enjoy comedy shows at The Joint or try local craft beers at one of the downtown breweries.

If you’re RVing in Arkansas during the summer and the Arkansas Travelers are in town, you’re in for a treat: minor league baseball teams know how to entertain.

Hop on the METRO Streetcar to cross the Arkansas River for more entertainment in the River Market District of Little Rock.

History

What other RV park is within walking distance of a real World War II submarine that you can tour? The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum is the only place other than Honolulu, Hawaii, where you can see Naval vessels that bookend World War II: the tugboat Hoga fought fires for 72 continuous hours during the Pearl Harbor attack and the submarine Razorback was in Tokyo Bay during the formal surrender of Japan.

We are also just across a pedestrian bridge from the Clinton Presidential Center and Heifer International Headquarters. Other nearby historic museums include the North Little Rock Heritage Center, Historic Arkansas Museum and the Old State House Museum.