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Explore Endless Things to Do in North Little Rock

Attractions and points of interest are in no short supply in North Little Rock, Arkansas. And when you're a guest at Super Stay Inn, you'll be within easy reach of all them. If you're into historic sites, you'll want to carve out time to see the Old Mill. Baseball fans will enjoy catching a Texas League game at Dickey-Stephens Park. A great day of indoor water fun is always on tap at Wild River Country. And outdoor enthusiasts will be drawn to Burns Park for every sports activity under the sun.
Arkansas Clinton Presidential Library

Clinton Presidential Center

Officially known as the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park, this Little Rock attraction features the library of the 42nd President as well as the offices of the Clinton Foundation.
Wild River Country at Arkansas

Wild River Country

The largest water park in Arkansas offers an abundance of activities, including water slides, lazy river, wave pool, sand volley ball, and a kiddie play area with water falls, blasters, and miniature slides.

Verizon Arena at North Little Rock

Verizon Arena

Sports & entertainment venue opened in October 1999 with 18,000 seats multi-purpose arena hosting WWE, basketball, trade shows & major musical acts.

Arkansas Dickey-Stephens Park

Dickey-Stephens Park

The home field for the Arkansas Travelers of the Texas League, this 7,200-seat ballpark is named for Bill Dickey, Hall of Fame catcher, and his brother George along with two local businessmen brothers.
Burns Park at North Little Rock

Burns Park

Outdoor recreation opportunities abound at Burns Park, which boasts tennis courts, soccer fields, golf courses, basketball courts, an archery range, and more than 20 miles of hiking and biking trails.
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