North Little Rock is home to the Arkansas Travelers, a minor league baseball team.

Do you know how to find ACE and Otey during an Arkansas Travelers game or where you’re most likely to get a player autograph at Dickey-Stephens Park? When the kids need a break from watching the on-field action, here are six ways to keep them entertained. Plus, multiple insider tips will make your next trip to the ballpark a homerun for family fun.

1. Bounce, Baby, Bounce

Arkansas Travelers Otey the Opossum bounce house, inflatable

Sorry, Mom and Dad. The adults have their beer garden, but the youngsters have the Kids Korner—which boasts inflatable attractions, including a dual slide and an obstacle course in the shape of a train, complete with punching bags and other inflatable hurdles. The main attraction is a custom bouncer in the shape of Otey— kids can jump on the swamp possum’s belly.

Admission to the Kids Korner is $4 and includes unlimited play from the time the gates open until the seventh inning; socks will be provided free of charge for those who aren’t wearing them. Open days dependent on weather.

2. Meet the Mascots

Unveiled in 2014, the Arkansas Travelers’ mascots Ace and Otey are a favorite for kids. The friendly stallion and his sidekick attend every home game, of course. But do you know where to find them? The duo is introduced to the crowd 18 minutes before the game starts, usually during a drive around the stadium. As soon as the national anthem is over, you’ll find them on the concourse near the first base side, where they typically spend the 1st and 2nd inning taking pictures and meeting fans.

Missed your chance? No problem. Just head to the Information Booth and ask for help; the usher can get on the radio and find out the mascots’ exact location. If you’re enjoying the game in a suite, you can even request a visit from Ace and Otey; ask before game day for your best chance of meeting the mascots in private.

3. Grab a Ballpark Bite

Take me out to the…Bacon Station. That’s right, there is an entire food stall devoted to snacks smothered with bacon. The rest of the ballpark fare is not to be missed either, from the classics (outlined here by our sister publication, Little Rock Soiree) to BBQ nachos. Kids will go for the sweets: ice cream, cotton candy, snow cones, funnel cakes and more. And if you haven’t tried the deep-fried Oreos, you are in for a real treat.

4. Get in the Game

Do your homework before the game and visit Travs.comto find out what special promotions, games and activities are planned for the day of your visit. On Moix Monday Pup Days, dogs are allowed in the ballpark each Monday and general admission tickets are $3 with your dog. Zoosday Tuesdays feature a visiting animal from the Little Rock Zoo who you can say "hello" to at the ballpark. On Sundays, the entire family is admitted to the game for $10 with a church bulletin. And throughout the entire season, there's also fireworks, giveaways, run-the-bases nights and more!

For kiddos who are aching to get on the field, Travs games are full of silly on-field games played by audience members. Request to play one of the games at the information booth located at the home plate gate entrance. Keep in mind, there are age restrictions for different games, but several are kid-friendly.

5. Snag an Autograph

Wait near the player locker rooms (first base side next to the picnic area) and your kids may be able to get autographs from their favorite players. Gates open an hour before game time; the players step out onto the field at different times and they rarely turn down young fans who want a baseball or cap signed. If you miss your chance before the game, try again after the 9th inning.

6. Ride the Travelers Train

All aboard! Little ones can also enjoy the Arkansas Travelers trackless train that chug-a-chugs through the concourse during each game. Hop on near the Kids Korner; the train departs every few minutes! On Tuesdays, train rides are free.

For more information and to see the schedule of upcoming games, visit