Quality Inn & Suites
500 West 29th Street
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Phone: (501) 771-2090
Fax: (501) 771-2439
Offers classes lectures, book clubs, internet access, a genealogical section, meeting rooms and a children's library.
This four acre state features a two story house and two story coach house/garage in the French Eclectic style.
The two story, Neo Classical Revival building is built on bales of cotton since quicksand was a problem in the area.
Originally the site of a resort hotel, in the 1890's, the federal government purchased the site and constructed a military facility.
Built as a joint effort of the Park Hill Water Hill Water Company and Works Progress Administration. Buildings feature field stone wall cladding and were designed in the Mediterranean style of architecture.
You will find it hard to believe that this beautiful setting is classified as a city park. Here you can enjoy a tangled jogging trail that overlooks the river and skyline, or take in a sunset over the river at the edge of a charming old stone quarry. Park facilities include a pavilion and picnic tables, as well as plenty of parking. This is a choice location for a relaxing afternoon away from the city.
One of the most modern of the pre WWII era in North Little Rock, this Monterey style structure has the appearance of a two story home bu actually consists of three stories with a patio opening off the basement.
Concrete and steel with walls of stucco over brick, the exterior shows an international influence with its flat roof and casement windows.
Often referred as Fort Roots, Fort Logan H. Roots is a military base and is named after Logan H. Roots. Colonel Logan H. Roots actively participated in the swap where it was decided that arsenal grounds would be used as a state park in exchange of specific area in the Big Rock Mountains (army constructed its post there). This fort was assigned to the Public Health Service to transform it into medical facility featuring veterans hospital for treating neuropsychiatric disorders. Though the hospitals are demolished, visitors can check-out different structures and the parade grounds.
Grist mill on the first floor dates to 1828 and the mill rocks show dates of 1823 and 1840.
Old Mill has been called the most picturesque spot in North Little Rock. The actual mill, which operated in the 1800s, provided the background for the opening scenes of 'Gone With the Wind'. Today, visitors can explore the inside of the mill or sit on the surrounding mushroom-shaped benches and watch the waterwheel churn. In the spring and early summer, flowers decorate the banks of the pond. You can take in the scenery while enjoying lunch at one of the numerous picnic tables in the surrounding TR Pugh Memorial Park.
The Argenta Arts and Historic District is a vibrant community in North Little Rock. It features several historic buildings including the city hall, post office, Baker House and Faucette Building, that are district landmarks. Explore the area and visit parks, galleries, restaurants and boutiques for a glimpse of the local culture.