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Check out the Attractions by Renting a Charter Bus in Sherwood, Arkansas

Located in Pulaski County, Sherwood is a city of around 30,000 residents and is part of the Little Rock − North Little Rock − Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city has several attractions that you can go to on a charter bus in Sherwood, Arkansas.

A charter bus in Sherwood, Arkansas provides you and your group with a luxurious, comfortable and convenient way to travel. It can accommodate up to 60 people, so everybody gets to be seated and you all travel together.

Arts & Culture

Check out the Sherwood Fest, a yearly citywide event that gives you dance demonstrations, music, crafts, vendors, inflatables, archery contests and other activities. And if you are in the city during the holidays, you will enjoy the Festival of Lights, which opens the Christmas season for the city. Sherwood also has a yearly Easter Egg Hunt and a grandiose Fourth of July celebration.


Go to the Salvation Army Thrift Store where you can shop and save while also helping the organization do its work. Or perhaps you want to check out the Sherwood Market District, where you can buy from the farmers' market every Thursday and buy from local businesses such as North Pulaski Farms, BJ Plants and Produce, K-Bee Honey, ChandLers Farms, and Barnhill Farms. Then check out the Kiehl Avenue Antique Mall for great antiques and collectibles that would be great additions to your collection.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play golf at the Greens at North Hills, a historic course that was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Or you can play at the Links at Sherwood.

You can also go to the Sports Complex, where you can catch the baseball games of the Middle School and High School divisions of the city, as well as the soccer leagues for the children of Sherwood.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Roundtop Filling Station, which is a gas filling station. It is one of two sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the other being the Greens at North Hills.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city has recreational opportunities where you can fish, swim, and just enjoy the outdoors. You also have Sherwood Forest, which is a multi-purpose venue for the city's community events.

The city has several parks, too. Austin Lakes Park has a paved walking trail that goes for 1,600 feet, as well as pavilions, a picnic area, and a playground structure, while Fairway Park has a gazebo, picnic area, outdoor swimming pool, dog park and playground structure. Henson Park has tennis courts, and walking trail. Then you have Lake Cherrywood Park where you can fish, play basketball, or have picnic. And Thornhill Park, where you could find a gazebo, picnic facilities, outdoor swimming pool, and a walking trail. You will also love the vintage Union Pacific Caboose located on the premises. Other parks you can go to include: Delmont Park, Devon Park, Indianhead Park, Pickthorne Park, Sherwood Dog Park, Silvercreek Park, Stonehill Park, and Storer Park.

And if you are in the city during the summer months, you will be delighted to know that there are four pools that you can go to: Bill Harmon Recreation Center Pool, Fairway Pool, Indianhead Pool, and Thornhill Pool.

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