Local Attractions

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There's so much to do, within a few minutes of the Downtown Riverside RV Park! Let the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau help you find dining and local attractions during your stay.


#1 Eldor Johnson Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118



1-800-643-4690 | 501-758-1424



METRO Streetcars

Downtown areas of North Little Rock and Little Rock are linked by 3 1/2 miles of track and bright yellow streetcars, taking riders to attractions that include Verizon Arena, the Argenta Historic District and neighborhood, restaurants and art galleries in North Little Rock and Little Rock's River Market District, Historic Arkansas Museum, and William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park.




Old Mill (The)

Historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. It is in the opening scenes of the classic movie "Gone With The Wind." It features sculptures by Senor Dionicio Rodriguez. Located at Fairway Ave. & Lakeshore Drive.

Free Admission
Hours: Sunrise - Sunset



Bobby's Bike Hike

Bobby’s Bike Hike, located at the Little Rock River Market, offers sightseeing bicycle tours and rentals. They lead city, park, and river trail bike tours and offer Little Rock bike rentals of comfort hybrids, mountain bikes, road bikes, high performance mountain bikes, high performance road bikes, junior bikes, tandem bikes, kid’s bikes, bike trailers, child tag-a-longs and child seats. Rentals come with free maps, helmets, locks, and personalized service to safely navigate the city and parks.




Dickey-Stephens Park

Come out and be part of an exciting season with the Arkansas Travelers as they usher in a new era of Central Arkansas professional baseball at Dickey-Stephens Park. The Arkansas Travelers are the AA affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels. This $32 million building, located at the base of the Broadway Bridge, provides a perfect evening's enjoyment full of food, fun and great friends. Imagine a beautiful summer evening in North Little Rock. Little Rock's downtown skyline twinkles across the Arkansas River. Barges float by as the night cools off thanks to a soft breeze. And the lights of Dickey-Stephens Park illuminate into the sky as the Arkansas Travelers dig in for another exciting bout of Texas League baseball.



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Clinton Presidential Library

Just a short walk over the Clinton Presidential Bridge from the RV park, you'll find the Clinton Presidential Library. The library is a world-class educational and cultural venue offering a variety of educational programs, special events, exhibitions, and lectures, presenting a unique perspective of the work – past, present, and future – of the 42nd President of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton.




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The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum (AIMM) opened its doors to the public on May 15th, 2005, and is the only place other than Honolulu, Hawaii, where you can see two Navy vessels that bookend World War II: the submarine USS Razorback (SS 394) and the tugboat Hoga (YT 146). Hoga, a National Historic Landmark, fought fires for 72 continuous hours on Battleship Row in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and Razorback was in Tokyo Bay during Japan's formal surrender at the end of the war. The museum features guided tours of the historic submarine and Hoga can be viewed from the deck. The museum also includes rotating exhibits, a library and gift shop. 

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