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Arkansas is filled with sports fans. Join them at ballparks and stadiums across the state on game day to share the excitement and energy.
Razorbacks fans fill the seats at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for every home football game. White-hot SEC West battles take place at this venerated sports venue in Fayetteville, which has been the home of the Razorbacks since 1938. Watch Razorbacks baseball in the summer at Baum Stadium at George Cole Field, and basketball in the winter at Bud Walton Arena.
Bring your glove to Arkansas’ minor league baseball stadiums and enjoy a lighthearted day at the ballpark. Grab a hot dog at the Bullpen Café before the first pitch at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale, where the Northwest Arkansas Naturals play. Their rivals, the Arkansas Travelers, play at Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock. Minutes from downtown, this picturesque ballpark features a scenic setting at Riverfront Park.
War Memorial Stadium (Little Rock) and Bank of the Ozarks Arena (Hot Springs) both host major sports tournaments and championship games. No matter which Arkansas sports venues you find yourself at, you’ll be swept away by the passionate support for the state’s beloved home teams.
Opened in 2008, Arvest Ballpark is a minor league baseball stadium located in Springdale. Baseball fans visiting northern Arkansas cities of Fayetteville and Bentonville can make the short drive in for Northwest Arkansas Naturals baseball games.
Members of the Texas League, the Naturals are the Double-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. Seating over 7,300 fans, the ballpark provides a great fan experience on game day – be sure to grab some grub at Arvest Ballpark Bullpen Café.
Opened in 2007, Dickey-Stephens Park is a minor league baseball stadium located in North Little Rock. The ballpark is home to the Arkansas Travelers, the Double-A affiliate of Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Seating over 7,200 fans, the ballpark is scenically set along North Little Rock’s Riverfront Park, only minutes away from downtown Little Rock. Take in a Texas League game this summer and be sure to stop by the Travelers Baseball Museum.
Opened in 1937, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is home to the University of Arkansas Razorback’s football team. The stadium is located on the UA campus in the city of Fayetteville in northwestern Arkansas.
This fall check out the Hogs as they take on all comers from the Southeastern Conference on select Saturdays. During a visit, check out “Championship Alley” in the east concourse, and “Bowl Alley” near the west concourse for some Hog history.