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Little Rock, AR, USA

Big fun in Little Rock

There is nothing little about Little Rock, Arkansas. Travelers heading to the city will find lots of things to do, from trendy restaurants and shops to interesting historical sites. Catch a sporting event, explore the outdoors and learn about famous natives on your trip to Little Rock.

Razorbacks Stadium

If you want to catch some exciting college football action on your trip, drive your Little Rock rental car a few hours northwest to Fayetteville, Arkansas, where the University of Arkansas Razorbacks play the majority of their home games. As members of the prestigious Southeastern Conference, the Razorbacks are always hosting big games against some of the nation's elite teams. Located at 350 N Razorback Rd. in Fayetteville, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium holds 72,000 excited fans, meaning it can be quite noisy on game days, especially if the team is playing well. Visitors can also learn about the program's history, with tributes to Arkansas's best teams and players located throughout the stadium.

Riverfront Park

At Riverfront Park, located off the south bank of the Arkansas River, visitors can learn about Little Rock's history. Spread out over 33 acres, the park has fields and running paths, but also historical monuments. The most noteworthy of those is La Petit Roche Plaza, which explains the upbringing of city founder Benard de la Harpe, the origins of the land and how Little Rock received its name. Also in Riverfront Park is a Civil War memorial, along with a splash park, an amphitheater and sculpture garden.

Clinton Presidential Central

Learn all about our country's 42nd president, and Arkansas native, Bill Clinton at his presidential library. Guest can drive their Little Rock rental cars to 1200 President Clinton Ave. and see exhibits on Clinton's nomination, the work he did while serving in the White House and what he is doing currently. Explore the presidential archives and see photographs of his time in office. Spanning 17 acres, there is plenty for travelers to see and learn about at the Clinton Presidential Center.