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Place to Swim

Little Rock Racquet Club

RUNNERS-UP: Wild River Country, Greers Ferry Lake, Little Rock Athletic Club.

Park

Burns Park

RUNNERS-UP: Murray Park, Allsopp Park, Pinnacle Mountain State Park.

Cheap Date

Movies in the Park

RUNNERS-UP: McDonald's, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Big Dam Bridge.

Weekend Getaway

Hot Springs

RUNNERS-UP: Eureka Springs, Branson, Mount Magazine.

Resort

Mountain Harbor

RUNNERS-UP: Red Apple Inn, Big Cedar Lodge, Gaston's.

Marina

Heber Springs

RUNNERS-UP: Mountain Harbor, Jolly Roger, Hot Springs Marina.

Golf Course

Chenal Country Club (private)

RUNNERS-UP: Rebsamen Golf Course, Pleasant Valley Country Club (private), Alotian (extremely private).

Athletic Club

Little Rock Athletic Club

RUNNERS-UP: 10 Fitness, Jim Dailey Fitness Center, Little Rock Racquet Club.

Tennis

Little Rock Athletic Club

RUNNERS-UP: Little Rock Racquet Club, Burns Park, Rebsamen Tennis Center.

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