Introduction to Bryant, Arkansas
Bryant, Arkansas, in Saline county, is 15 miles SW of Little Rock, Arkansas (center to center) and 143 miles W of Memphis, Tennessee. The city is part of the surrounding Little Rock - North Little Rock metro area; it is not an isolated city. About 9,764 people live in Bryant.
Bryant city is in Saline County, which was formed in the year 1835 from parts of Pulaski and Hempstead Counties. It was named Saline because of the salt works that were founded a few years before its formation. This city has Arkansas fourth highest median household income.
Bryant and nearby Attractions
- Bryant Stadium
- Wilbur Mills Park
- Indian Springs Lake
- Bryant Branch Saline County Public Library
- Ashley Park
Things To Do In Bryant
While in Bryant city, one can visit the Bryant Branch Saline County Public Library and Bryant City Hall. Visitors will also enjoy Caldwell Lake and Indian Springs Lake. Tourists will enjoy Logan's Run which is located in the amusement park. There are several churches including Bryant Church of Christ and the First United Methodist Church.
Adams Field is the nearest airport to the city of Bryant.
Bryant Higher Education
Institutes of higher education that can be accessed from this city include the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, University of Central Arkansas, and Arkansas State University-Beebe Branch.