- The list below includes 57 free or cheap things to do in or near North Little Rock, Arkansas, including 50 different types of inexpensive activities like Walking Trails, Parks, Historic Sites and Sports Stadiums (Amateur).
- From North Shore River Walk to Burns Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in North Little Rock and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Little Rock, Benton, Cabot and Jacksonville.
The Jack & Jill Fun Zone is a children's recreation facility that features arcade games, mini-golf, and inflatable bouncy zones. Available for groups and parties, the facility also features a laser tag area for older kids.
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2100 Millcreek Road, Hot Springs, AR 71901 MoreLess Info
Featuring an extensive network of off road trails for exploring, the Superlift Off Road Vehicle Park welcomes 4x4s, ATVs, dirt bikes, and mountain bikes. The park has trails for beginning through experienced riders.
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Highway 79, Stuttgart, AR 72160 MoreLess Info
Bayou Meto State Wildlife Management Area is a state-run preserve that creates a natural habitat for deer and migratory birds and waterfowl. The area offers primitive campsites and managed, permit-only wild game hunting in season.
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1327-1759 Higginson Street, Searcy, AR 72143 MoreLess Info
Located in the greater Searcy Sports Complex, Letain Devore Soccer Complex has over 15 soccer fields of varying sizes to choose from. There is also a childrens play area with playgrounds, as well as restrooms and a concession stand.
A 12-lane traditional bowling facility, Searcy Super Bowl offers open bowling with shoe rental and a pro shop. The center provides arcade game machines, free Wi-Fi and a jukebox as well as a snack bar with food and drinks.
Pioneer Village is a collection of 19th century items from White County. Visitors can take a guided tour and see the inside of several historic buildings and houses, as well as old farm equipment and other preserved artifacts.
Petit Jean State Park is Arkansas's first state park. It has amazing views and woodlands with streams, wildflowers, and a waterfall called Cedar Falls. The visitor center showcases the park's history and natural resources. Visitors can buy souvenirs, books, food and snacks from the gift shops.