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Soar Higher with a Bus Rental and Charter in Jacksonville, Arkansas

Jacksonville is a city of more than 28,000 people. The Little Rock suburb is a part of Pulaski County. Get on a bus rental and charter in Jacksonville, Arkansas and see what the city has in store for you.

Gather your friends and family on a bus rental and charter in Jacksonville, Arkansas and head out to these great places in the city:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Go to the Splash Zone Water Park, the biggest aquatics center in the city. It has two pools, splash playground, water slides, water tunnel and other water features.

Arts & Culture

You can go to the Jacksonville Museum of Military History, where you can learn more about what the men and women in the military do and their contributions over the years. The museum is housed inside the Jacksonville Ordnance Plant, which was a manufacturer of detonators and fuses used during the Second World War. You should also go to the Jacksonville Guitar Museum.

The city has two major events: the Little Rock Air Force Base Air Show, and the Jacksonville FestiVille.

Restaurants & Shopping

Check out the many antique shops in the city that can give you something new to add to your collections. These stores can get you the best pre-loved furniture, home decor, books, and knickknacks: B&M Flea Market, Cripple Creek Flea Market, J. Hudson Galleries, Jackson Square Antique Gallery, McIntire Rare Collectibles, Oliver’s Antiques, and Suzy Q's Flea Market Etc. Or you can get great gifts at the Holiday Craft and Gift Sale, or the Jacksonville Farmers Market.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Do check out the Jacksonville Community Center, where you can enjoy the facilities such as the basketball court, indoor pool, racquetball courts, walking tracks, and others. Then go to Dupree Park where you have more than 160 acres of outdoor activities to enjoy, including two baseball fields, softball fields, a field soccer and football complex, a meandering trail, a fishing pier, picnic pavilions, horseshoe pit and other amenities.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Head out to the Battle of Reed's Bridge Marker, which commemorates the battle between the Confederate troops and the Union troops who inched their way towards Little Rock in the 1860s. You can learn more about the battle and visit the cabin onsite where you could learn about life during the Civil War.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

You can have fun at the city's many parks. These include Fireman Park with its pavilion, multi-purpose courts and playground. Excell Park has baseball fields, playground, picnic areas, and open fields. Then you have Paradise Park, where you have two fishing piers, a launching ramp, horseshoes, and a footbridge. Stonewall Park, Northlake Park, Galloway Park, Johnson Park, and Stagecoach Park are worth a visit, too.

Also, do not miss out on the Recycling Education Park, where you can learn about materials that can be recycled using 11 learning stations. Then you have the Bayou Meto Urban Canoe Trail, where you have two miles of waterways for kayaking and canoeing.

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