Located in West Little Rock’s Chenal Valley, the Promenade Mall is an open-air shopping center designed in the style of a “main street” shopping district. Come here for one-of-a-kind items as well as classic name brands, with fantastic dining options for those long shopping days.

This extensive shopping center not only has all of your shopping needs, from national brands to unique finds, but is also located only steps from the BEST WESTERN PREMIERE The Burgundy Hotel

Little Rock’s vibrant River Market is center of the downtown entertainment district. With two open-air pavilions, a 10,000 seat amphitheater on the banks of the Arkansas River and an incredible indoor bazaar, the River Market district in Little Rock, Arkansas offers a diverse mix of shopping, cuisine, live music, art and an annual Farmers’ Market.

little rock golf

This Little Rock golf course is one the Arkansas’ most popular Little Rock attractions, with 18 PGA championship holes spread over 7,100 yards. Enjoy stunning views of Degray Lake and catch a glimpse of the beautiful birds and wildlife that populate the area. Expansive fairways and undulating greens make this woodsy course unique. The course also offers a driving range, practice green, chipping area and lessons.

Stone Links offers a link-style course reminiscent of the famous British courses that join the ocean to the farmlands, consisting largely of sandy soils with little shrubbery other than native grasses. It’s a truly unique golf experience in Little Rock and is conveniently located close to the Burgundy Hotel.

The municipal golf courses in Little Rock are suited to golfers of all skill levels, offering a premium course experience at a reasonable price. With three municipal Little Rock golf courses to choose from, Hindman, Rebsamen, and War Memorial, you’ll find gorgeous tree-lined fairways, championship greens and breathtaking views.

War Memorial Stadium

Located in the middle of a golf course, the War Memorial Stadium Little Rock hosts high school state championship football, major college football (University of Arkansas Razorbacks and other universities), concerts, and speaking engagements.In Arkansas, college football is a religion. See what all the excitement is about by attending an Arkansas Razorbacks football game yourself. The Razorbacks perennially rank as one of the best teams in their division. Home games take place in both Little Rock and Fayetteville, so you won’t be far away at the BEST WESTERN PREMIERE The Burgundy Hotel hotel.

Dickey-Stephens Park seats 5,800 people, and is used mainly for baseball. It is is the home of the minor league team, Arkansas Travelers of the Texas League.

Opened in 2005, the new Jack Stephens Center is the home of University of Arkansas Little Rock’s Volleyball and Men’s/Women’s Basketball sports teams. The nearly 150,000 sq. ft. building houses a full-court practice facility, first-class weight and training rooms, and a 5,600 seat basketball venue for fans to come out and cheer on their team.

Located along the shores of the Arkansas River, this 1,575 acre park is literally the largest attraction in North Little Rock. In addition to being the home for University of Arkansas Little Rock’s Soccer and Baseball teams, the park is also a great place for bird watching, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, horseback riding, and golf.