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Hot Springs National Park

101 Reserve Avenue
501-624-2701

About the Park:

Hot Springs National Parkis the America's first national preserve predates Yellowstone by some 40 years. A film and exhibits in the Fordyce Bathhouse Visitors Center located on historic Bathhouse Row tell how a remarkable array of thermal springs in a valley of the Ouachita Mountains prompted Congress to protect the area in 1832. Today it’s one of the top weekend getaway destinations in the Ouatchitas. Learn how the town of Hot Springs earned a reputation as “The American Spa.” Thermal baths and massages are available on the Row at the Buckstaff Bathhouse, the Ozark Bathhouse and Spa, and at other locations.The park also offers scenic drives and a campground.Features more than 30 miles of hiking trails through the glorious Ouachita Mountains, scenic drives, hot water cascade, picnic areas and campsites (no hookups or showers). Thermal-features tours in summer.




Reviews

The Ivys

Rating:
Sunday, June 3, 2018
My family and I have visited Hot springs twice and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. As a child I would go to Gatlinburg Tennessee and haven't been able to go back. Hot Springs definitely have me my mountain fix though and brought back so many memories. It is such a cute little town with so many friendly people and lots of things to do. My kids also enjoyed it as well and even though they are too young to appreciate nature like I do, my oldest always asks when we are going to go back! I highly recommend visiting especially if you need a get away on a budget.

Zachary Frieben

Rating:
Friday, June 29, 2018
This place is an awesome place! Even though it's the smallest US National Park, it feels like it's a good size once you're in it. The hiking here is very nice and there's quite a bit of wildlife. Also, no fee to enter! Thats awesome! The trip was abbreviated because it was so hot, but I would definitely return here.

Zuckuss Ultima

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Small. Squeezed in between urban development. The lack of remoteness leaves little natural features to enjoy. Nice views. Nice roadways leading up each side. A few walking trails. Bathhouses at the base of the hill at the edge of town. Not much else to do.

David Smith

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Sunday, June 24, 2018
Very interesting park. The bath houses were very interesting and the tour was great. The Junior Ranger program was also well done. The contraptions that they put people into were really weird and medieval. The bath house was well preserved. Thank you for a nice visit.

Ramanjaneya Chari Duriseti

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
The walking trails through thick and dense forest was awesome. The scenic view from the top of the mountain is breathtaking. We had hard time finding the 'hot spring'. It is just opposite to the Arlington hotel. Once we found it was really thrilling experience with the natural hot water. The streets of this city are like '365 day Carnival'.

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