Home to a variety of festivals and concerts, this park is the center of activity in Little Rock. Here you can see the actual ... More
Julius Breckling Riverfront Park
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.
The Riverfront is absolutely beautiful. There is an ampitheatre that hes really good sound and is located right on the Arkansas River. A short walk from the River Market, Riverfront Park is an excellent place to go for a walk after visiting the bars and restaurants in the River Market or just to hang out on a nice day.
Is, overall, a nice break. It winds along the river, right beside Downtown Little Rock, just a few steps from the Rivermarket. You can see the Alltel Arena across the river, and looking East you can see the Clinton Library. A nice place to go for a walk, especially after a meal or while at the Rivermarket.
Journey back to the days before the Civil War forever changed Arkansas' history. The Historic Arkansas Museum, formerly known as
the Arkansas Territorial Restoration, has preserved five antebellum homes, including the area's oldest building, the 1827 Hinderliter Grog Shop. ...
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 ...