Dickey-Stephens Park

Park Name: Dickey-Stephens Park

Tenants: Arkansas Travelers (Double-A Central)


Opened: 2007

Address: 400 West Broadway Street, North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114

Dimensions: 332' (L), 400' (C), 330' (R)


Former Tenants:

Arkansas Travelers (Texas League) 2007-2019

The view from behind home plate at Dickey-Stephens Park.

The view from down the first base line before a rain delayed game.

The view from down the third base line looking out across the river to downtown Little Rock.

The grandstand at Dickey-Stephens Park, as seen from center field.

The pressbox and luxury suites underneath the clock tower behind home plate.

The Travelers feature a live organist in an open box along the main concourse.

The Travelers Baseball Museum is housed on the concourse of Dickey-Stephens Park and features the dedication plaque from the team's former home at Ray Winder Field.

An open-air party area along the concourse in right field.

Hookslide Corner in right field features field level bleachers and a BBQ shack.

Table seating and a covered picnic area overlook the field from the right field corner.

Two rows of aluminum seating ring the top of the outfield berm.

A bridge along the outfield concourse is reminiscent of the bridge outside the park connecting North Little Rock to downtown Little Rock across the river.

The park features a fair amount of foul territory along the infield, but the berm hugs the foul line in the outfield.

The bullpens sit side-by-side behind the short outfield fence in right field.

The outfield wall in left field features a fence that angles back in toward the field, hanging out over the warning track.

The scoreboard in left field.

The Arkansas Travelers on the field during a game at Dickey-Stephens Park.