If you are planning an expo for thousands, or hosting an intimate retreat for ten people, Pine Bluff has venues tailored for your event. In addition to one of the state’s largest convention centers, Pine Bluff offers plenty of things to do from the quaint downtown district to outdoor activities, local southern cuisine to fine dining and historic attractions.
The 90,000-square-foot Pine Bluff Convention Center is Southeast Arkansas’s largest meeting facility – and one of the finest in Arkansas – making it one of the top conference destinations in the area. The impressive center features a state-of-the-art arena, auditorium/theater, banquet hall, spacious lobby concourse, ample parking, connected hotel, and is home to the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame.
This versatile space accommodates a large expo or convention, lectures, or table-seated banquets. Depending on configuration, the spaces can accommodate approximately:
- “Arena” – 7,620 attendees
- “Auditorium” – 1,900 attendees
- “Banquet Hall” & “Sadler Meeting Room” – 20-800 attendees
- The Convention Center and adjoining hotel offer over 500 complimentary parking spaces for your attendees
Pine Bluff Convention Center
One Convention Center Plaza
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601
For more information about Pine Bluff Convention Center:
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With a 200-room hotel connected to the Pine Bluff Convention Center and additional hotel rooms in the surrounding area, Pine Bluff can accommodate your next board meeting or annual convention. Find more info and recommended area hotels at:
Pine Bluff has plenty of dining options, from the casual local diner, to upscale restaurants for your formal gathering.
Pine Bluff is located along several historic trails, including four approaches involved in the October 1863 Attack on Pine Bluff and the water route of the Trail of Tears. These passages, along with other historically significant routes, are now part of the Arkansas Heritage Trails System.
Lake Pine Bluff, an Arkansas Game and Fish Commission impoundment, lies immediately north of downtown and offers fishing and birding for egrets, herons and waterfowl. The Pine Bluff-Jefferson County Regional Park is home to a campground, the Delta Rivers Nature Center, a Game and Fish Commission education facility, and the public Harbor Oaks Golf Course. Every September, the park hosts Pine Bluff’s annual ‘Smoke on the Water’ barbecue and music festival.
A number of museums and other attractions are located in Pine Bluff’s historic downtown area:
- Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame
- Pine Bluff-Jefferson County Historical Museum
- Southeast Arkansas Arts and Science Center
- Arkansas Railroad Museum
Reaching Pine Bluff is easy by car or air. Located in the in the mid-South region of Arkansas, Pine Bluff is approximately 42 miles from the Little Rock National Airport. Pine Bluff Municipal Airport-Grider Field, located just minutes from downtown Pine Bluff, can accommodate general aviation and corporate aircraft.