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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Take a road trip with Rover

Posted By on Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 8:56 AM

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If you aren’t planning outdoor activities to take advantage of this Arkansas fall weather, you should be! With the right planning, even your furry best friend won’t be able to take part in the fun. Pack your pup and your gear and and get going. What are you waiting for?

MacArthur Unleashed Dog Park

MacArthur Unleashed opened in 2013 in Little Rock. Conveniently located near downtown Little Rock, MacArthur Unleashed covers 2 acres of ground with separate play areas for small dogs, watering stations, and plenty of parking for you and the other human visitors.

Petit Jean State Park

Not only can you exercise your leashed pups on the hiking trails, but two of the cabins are dog-friendly!

Paws Park

In a shady two acre area of Murray Park, you and your four legged friend can find Paws Park, another one of Little Rock’s dog parks.

Bark Bar

Part restaurant, part bar, and part dog park, the Bark Bar is one of the newest additions to Little Rock’s dog scene. The Bark Bar has indoor and outdoor play areas for small and large dogs, and for their human chauffeurs, they offer craft beers, cocktails, and non-alcoholic drinks to go with a variety of hot dogs, among other options, like hummus and cheese dip.

Burns Park Dog Park

The Burns Park dog park goes above and beyond other parks in the area - they offer three separate areas for small, medium, and large dogs with a 1-acre fenced area for each group. There are available water stations for your dogs as well as plenty of shade.

If you’re trying to live the dog-parent life, a 2-door or subcompact car isn’t the best choice. A sporty crossover, like the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport, is the perfect ride for you and man’s best friend.

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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

The 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is rated for 32 highway miles per gallon, and fuel economy like that means you can afford even more lake days. It’s perfect for trips because it has plenty of room for all of your friends and everything you need for a great day at the lake. If you’re not using your backseat, they fold down to make even more space for cargo, like maybe an extra cooler full of drinks you don’t want to share.

If you’re thinking about the Nissan Rogue Sport, give McLarty a chance at to wow you. Head on over to McLarty Nissan at 1 Colonel Glenn Plaza Dr in Little Rock or give them a call at (877) 880-3835 and let them show your their legendary low prices. For the month of August, get $750 cash back and 0.0% APR financing for up to 36 months on select 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport for qualified buyers - remember, the reason they sell so many is because you pay so little! McLarty Nissan is so confident they’ll offer the best deal that if you find a lower price, they’ll guarantee to refund 110% of the difference.

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