The Arkansas Travelers are the minor league team that played at Ray Winder Field in Little Rock but now play at Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock. They were the first minor league team named for a whole state and are associated with the Anaheim Angels.
Dickey-Stephens Park is located in North Little Rock in the "Argenta District" and on the riverfront. It's right over the bridge from Little Rock.
The season is from April to August and normal games start at 7:10. Double headers start at
6:30 and Sunday games are at 2:00. Get there a little early because the stadium fills up fast. Gates open an hour before the game. Check the schedule
for the actual dates of the home games.
In 2013, home games at Dickey-Stephens Park are April 4-9, 18-21, 30; May 1-3, 13-20, 28-31; June 1-2, 12-19, 26-30; July 1, 10-13, 18-21, 29-31; August 1-4, 13-18, 27-31; September 1-2.
Tickets are very inexpensive ranging from $7-10 with special deals for season passes and some packages. Call (501) 664-1555 for more information on getting tickets. Concessions are extra, of course.
The Travelers always have some fun promotions. Be sure to check their promotion page
to see what they're giving away or if they have any fun entertainment planned. You can buy your tickets accordingly. What happened to Clunker Car Night anyway? They often have special promotions for families and kids and games and prizes at home games.
Rules and Regs:
No food or drinks can be brought into the stadium. There are concessions available inside. No alcoholic beverages can be brought out. Smoking is prohibited except in the right-field bleachers and the Beer Garden located behind them. Kids tickets will not be sold for the bleachers or beer garden. Fans are welcome to bring a lawn chair, beach towel or blanket for use in the grass berm general admission seating.
Family & Groups:
The Travs have always been family friendly. Check their promotion page
to see what fun promotions they have coming up. Groups can have picnics
at the park.
Ump's Pub and Grill:
The ballpark has a sit-down restaurant called Ump's Pub and Grill. It is open on game days on Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. until after the game and Saturday and Sunday one hour before game times. On non-game days, it's open Monday to Thursday from 11 a.m.to 2 p.m. On Friday from 11 a.m. "all day," and opens Saturdays at 5 p.m. There is patio seating available when Travs are on road. Ump's Menu
I've also reviewed Ump's.