Last Updated on January 3, 2018 by Bryan Fiveash
This article is sponsored by the Outlets of Little Rock.
Spending time at the mall has always been a fun outing for our family. We usually find something to buy for the kids, which is always fun, but even if we don’t, the time that we’ve spent together is always worth it.
We live in rural Arkansas, so because of the considerable driving distance, any trip to a mall requires a respectable amount of planning for a family of our size. There’s only a few malls that we consider to be worth our drive.
The Outlets of Little Rock is definitely on our list!
Located just a few miles south of downtown Little Rock, AR, the Outlets of Little Rock is conveniently placed just outside of the metro area, and right next door to the only Bass Pro Shops location in the state.
Of course, what would a great shopping center be without major brands in retail? Currently located here are Under Armour, Nike, Old Navy, OshKosh B’gosh, Banana Republic, Gap, and The Children’s Place, just to name a few.
Also located here are brands with the only storefront in Arkansas, including: Tommy Hilfiger, Le Creuset, Asics, Levi’s, Bass, Wilson’s Leather, WestPoint Home, Lindt Chocolate Shop, Book Warehouse, Direct Tools, Corky’s Footwear, Beef Jerky Outlet, Skechers, Restoration Hardware, Converse, Fragrance Outlet, Kitchen Collection, Girlie Girl Originals, Johnny Rockets, Lucky Brand, Brooks Brothers, and Cole Haan.
Don’t worry about making a day of it, because Outlets of Little Rock has your eating and drinking needs covered. Starbucks, Subway, and Auntie Anne’s/Cinnabon are just a few of the great places to refuel.
There’s fun for the kids too! Fun children’s rides and games like a bean bag toss are located throughout the mall.
Any plans to visit the Little Rock area should include the Outlets of Little Rock! Even though we’re over two hours away, we’ll definitely be back!
Go to http://www.outletsoflittlerock.com/ for more information, including guest services, happenings, and a complete store directory.