Atmosphere

When arriving early to an Arkansas Travelers game, take some time to explore the area around Dickey-Stephens Park. You’ll find a wide variety of bars and restaurants within walking distance of the parking making it easy for you to grab a drink or bite to eat before the game. Whether you’re looking to grab some brews or enjoy a steak dinner, there is a place near the ballpark for you.

Additionally, make sure to check out the outside of the ballpark before entering. The plaques on the wall honor the stadium’s namesakes Billy Dickey, George Dickey, Jackson T. Stephens, and W.R. Stephens. They also do a fantastic job of informing you about who these men are and their impacts on the game and Little Rock. You’ll also want to get a picture of the ballpark’s signature clock tower, which helps give Dickey-Stephens Park its unique look.

You’ll have a lot of fun exploring the neighborhood surrounding the Dickey-Stephens Park, so arrive early and make the most of it.

Traditions

Billy Dickey, George Dickey, Jackson T. Stephens, and W.R. Stephens Plaques

Check out the plaques outside the ballpark honoring its namesakes. The plaques do an excellent job of informing you more about the ballpark’s namesakes, and they are a must-see for anyone taking in a game here at Dickey-Stephens Park.

Clock Tower

Get a picture of yourself with the clock tower at Dickey-Stephens Park. The clock tower gives the ballpark a unique look from the outside and presents an excellent photo opportunity as well.

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