GAMETIME WRAPS

Little Rock 

Gametime Wraps proudly serves the city of Little Rock. We wrap vehicles and install decals for establishments all over the city.

Little Rock is located in the center of Arkansas. Our most central highway, I-40, cuts right through the middle of the state. It passes directly through the center of Little Rock. 

 

Little Rock is humming with attractions and locally owned businesses. Here you’ll find local businesses that have served the city of Little Rock for decades. But, the city is still growing, there is no shortage of new establishments waiting to be explored. 

 

Explore the great outdoors. 

Arkansas is the natural state. So, of course, the capital city reflects the state’s commitment to outdoor attractions and protected scenery. 

 

Our first recommendation is The Arkansas River Trail. This trail gives you a tour of the whole city. It runs in a 17-mile circle, primarily anchored at the Clinton Presidental Park Bridge. The trail has five pedestrian/bicycle bridges. Along the trail, you’ll see all Little Rock’s best attractions. 

 

In Little Rock, you are never more than a few minutes away from an outdoor attraction of some sort. Whether you love to play volleyball in the sand, play basketball on a paved court, or perhaps you enjoy picnics, you’ll have plenty of options all around. 

 

Need somewhere to start? Allsopp Park accounts for a big chunk of space in Riverdale, running all the way to Kavanaugh. This park has a popular tennis court, playground, basketball pad, pavillion, picnic tables, and much more. 

 

Walk far enough on one of the Allsopp trails and you may find yourself walking the sidewalks of Kavanaugh. 

 

Welcome to Hillcrest!

 

Head towards the locally owned and operated. 

Hillcrest is a great place to find locally-owned shops, restaurants, coffee, and more. The Hillcrest side of Kavanaugh hosts a popular pizza place, Damgoode Pies. You should also take a gander at the lovely coffee shop, Mylo Coffee co. This coffee shop is known for its beautiful dining area and one-of-a-kind baked goods. 

 

Love to shop? Take a moment to step inside Box Turtle. What might look like a simple home from the outside is actually a three-story shop with an eclectic array of items for sale. Find things for kids, the latest fashions, locally-made jewelry, and more. — Don’t be alarmed if you are greeted by one of their four-legged employees. On occasion, these pups will be out and about the store ready to help guests anyway they can. They are very polite and accustomed to the busy shop. 

 

Take time to eat. 

There are many, unique restaurants to choose from in Little Rock. From the beautiful Table 28, located inside The Burgundy Hotel, to the popular-for-a-good-reason Local Lime, located inside the Promenade at Chenal, Little Rock has something for you. 

@ The Corner is a locally owned, modern diner in the heart of Downtown Little Rock. It serves breakfast, lunch, and brunch. You won’t regret indulging in the nearly healing experience of having breakfast at @ The Corner. Find it at 201 E Markham St.

Give yourself some extra time and stop by Nexus Coffee and Creative. It’s located the next block over, at 301 President Clinton Ave B. — Another must-see coffee shop in Little Rock. 

 

Find more food at the River Market.

On the weekends, you’ll find Downtown Little Rock buzzing with locals and tourists taking advantage of all the River Market has to offer — this makes it a great place to drive if you are advertising with a vehicle wrap from Gametime Wraps. Wander inside the central market hall to find a wide variety of foods from all around the world. Take part in the Little Rock Scavenger Hunt: Big Fun In Little Rock

 

The River Market hosts the Little Rock Farmer’s Market. This public market is held weekly from early May to late September. 

 

Find fun and entertainment. 

Little Rock has three splash pads. These splash pads offer a cooling outdoor activity that is fun for kids — of all ages. 

 

  1. At 5511 W. Markham St. you’ll find the War Memorial Park playground. You’ll find lots of fun here. The park’s splash pad has a waterfall, slide, and a beautiful arrangement of rocks to climb on. 
  2. At the Ottenheimer Plaza, you’ll find the Peabody Playground and Splash Pad. Parents wishing to stay dry will have plenty of shade to sit in while they supervise the fun. This splash pad is part of the Riverfront Park.
  3. The third splash pad is an extension of the Peabody Playground and Splash Pad. It is designed specifically for toddlers ages five and under. 

 

Don’t miss Riverfest!

A Little Rock tradition, Riverfest is held at the First Security Amphitheater just outside the River Market — and beyond. Look for dates in late May, but get your tickets soon.

 

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Little Rock is located in the center of Arkansas. Our most central highway, I-40, cuts right through the middle of the state. It passes directly through the center of Little Rock. 

 

Little Rock is humming with attractions and locally owned businesses. Here you’ll find local businesses that have served the city of Little Rock for decades. But, the city is still growing, there is no shortage of new establishments waiting to be explored. 

Explore the great outdoors. 

Arkansas is the natural state. So, of course, the capital city reflects the state’s commitment to outdoor attractions and protected scenery. 

 

Our first recommendation is The Arkansas River Trail. This trail gives you a tour of the whole city. It runs in a 17-mile circle, primarily anchored at the Clinton Presidental Park Bridge. The trail has five pedestrian/bicycle bridges. Along the trail, you’ll see all Little Rock’s best attractions. 

 

In Little Rock, you are never more than a few minutes away from an outdoor attraction of some sort. Whether you love to play volleyball in the sand, play basketball on a paved court, or perhaps you enjoy picnics, you’ll have plenty of options all around. 

 

Need somewhere to start? Allsopp Park accounts for a big chunk of space in Riverdale, running all the way to Kavanaugh. This park has a popular tennis court, playground, basketball pad, pavillion, picnic tables, and much more. 

 

Walk far enough on one of the Allsopp trails and you may find yourself walking the sidewalks of Kavanaugh. 

 

Welcome to Hillcrest!

 

Head towards the locally owned and operated. 

Hillcrest is a great place to find locally-owned shops, restaurants, coffee, and more. The Hillcrest side of Kavanaugh hosts a popular pizza place, Damgoode Pies. You should also take a gander at the lovely coffee shop, Mylo Coffee co. This coffee shop is known for its beautiful dining area and one-of-a-kind baked goods. 

 

Love to shop? Take a moment to step inside Box Turtle. What might look like a simple home from the outside is actually a three-story shop with an eclectic array of items for sale. Find things for kids, the latest fashions, locally-made jewelry, and more. — Don’t be alarmed if you are greeted by one of their four-legged employees. On occasion, these pups will be out and about the store ready to help guests anyway they can. They are very polite and accustomed to the busy shop. 

 

Take time to eat. 

There are many, unique restaurants to choose from in Little Rock. From the beautiful Table 28, located inside The Burgundy Hotel, to the popular-for-a-good-reason Local Lime, located inside the Promenade at Chenal, Little Rock has something for you. 

 

Love breakfast? 

 

@ The Corner is a locally owned, modern diner in the heart of Downtown Little Rock. It serves breakfast, lunch, and brunch. You won’t regret indulging in the nearly healing experience of having breakfast at @ The Corner. Find it at 201 E Markham St.

 

Give yourself some extra time and stop by Nexus Coffee and Creative. It’s located the next block over, at 301 President Clinton Ave B. — Another must-see coffee shop in Little Rock. 

 

Find more food at the River Market.

On the weekends, you’ll find Downtown Little Rock buzzing with locals and tourists taking advantage of all the River Market has to offer — this makes it a great place to drive if you are advertising with a vehicle wrap from Gametime Wraps. Wander inside the central market hall to find a wide variety of foods from all around the world. Take part in the Little Rock Scavenger Hunt: Big Fun In Little Rock

 

The River Market hosts the Little Rock Farmer’s Market. This public market is held weekly from early May to late September. 

 

Find fun and entertainment. 

Little Rock has three splash pads. These splash pads offer a cooling outdoor activity that is fun for kids — of all ages. 

 

  1. At 5511 W. Markham St. you’ll find the War Memorial Park playground. You’ll find lots of fun here. The park’s splash pad has a waterfall, slide, and a beautiful arrangement of rocks to climb on. 
  2. At the Ottenheimer Plaza, you’ll find the Peabody Playground and Splash Pad. Parents wishing to stay dry will have plenty of shade to sit in while they supervise the fun. This splash pad is part of the Riverfront Park.
  3. The third splash pad is an extension of the Peabody Playground and Splash Pad. It is designed specifically for toddlers ages five and under. 

 

Don’t miss Riverfest!

A Little Rock tradition, Riverfest is held at the First Security Amphitheater just outside the River Market — and beyond. Look for dates in late May, but get your tickets soon.