Little Rock, Arkansas provides an inspiring environment for faith-based groups with its affordability and family-friendly amenities that differentiate the destination from many others throughout the southeast.
The city has played host to many great faith-based events over the years like the Church of God in Christ - Men Perfecting Men Conference, and the Arkansas International Camp Meeting. Our diverse and welcoming community is the perfect combination to make every group feel right at home.
Convenience is the keyword when talking about your meeting logistics within our city limits. The Statehouse Convention Center is located in the heart of Downtown Little Rock, conveniently located and only moments away from points of interest like Heifer International's Village and Urban Farm— an educational farming facility with more than 80 exhibits focused on combating world hunger and St. Andrew's Cathedral— a historic location which has been operational since the early 19th Century.
Our affordability is unmatched throughout the southeast and is supported with a wide array of hotel offerings from full to limited-service properties, many of which are conveniently located just blocks away from the doors of the Statehouse Convention Center. Our food scene also has various options in cuisine and costs that appeal to everyone.
Getting around is also easy and inexpensive. The Rock Region METRO Streetcar can quickly transport you to many of the major points in downtown and it's free to all riders. And, if you like to travel by foot, you will be delighted with all of the locations that are easily accessible downtown that include everything from ice cream shops, live music venues, attractions and amazing dining options.
There are many amazing things to do in Little Rock when your meeting has finished up for the day. One of the city's most popular attractions is the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Library which provides a unique perspective of the work of America's 42nd President.
Also at the top of the list is Historic Arkansas Museum, a great place to learn more about the heritage of the state with six galleries of Arkansas art and artifacts, an interactive children's gallery, a theater and living-history interpreters.
And, when it comes time for fresh air and some outdoor activity, don't miss Little Rock's Riverfront Park — arguably one of the best public parks in the nation. The park stretches 11 blocks on the south bank of the Arkansas River in downtown and spans more than 33 acres featuring everything from outdoor events to glimpses of the state's history and the actual "Little Rock" from which the city takes its name. It's a true gem!