Summit Arena

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For the indoor arena in Houston formerly known as The Summit, see Lakewood Church Central Campus.
The Summit Arena, with the Hot Springs Convention Center extending out to the right. Part of an adjoining Embassy Suites hotel can be seen on the left, which completes the complex.

The Summit Arena is a 6,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA. It hosts local sporting events, concerts, and assorted other engagements such as the Miss Arkansas Pageant. It was opened in 2003. The arena can seat 6,000 for sporting events and the circus. It has hosted the Sun Belt Men's Basketball Tournament since 2009.

The arena, with a 47-foot (14 m) ceiling height and 30,750 square feet (2,857 m2) of exhibit space, is the newest facility in the Hot Springs Convention Center complex, which also includes a 72,000-square-foot (6,700 m2) exhibit hall which is used for trade shows, conventions and other events (maximum capacity: 8,000), has a 30-foot (9 m) ceiling height, and can be divisible into four smaller halls; and fifteen meeting rooms, including the 15,950-square-foot (1,482 m2) Horner Hall ballroom with capacity of up to 1,850 and capable of hosting banquets, meetings and other special events, along with 13,735 square feet (1,276 m2) of meeting space in the other 14 meeting rooms.

The complex is also home to a permanent art collection.

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