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Hot Springs National Park

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101 Reserve St, Hot Springs, AR 71901
+1 501-620-6715
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Beautiful historical area.

Nice, clean park full of historical buildings to check out. There are several fountains in the area... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Colette S
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Museum, Mineral Bath, and free Mineral water

The Hot Springs National Park Museum gives a historical synopsis of the begining and origin of... read more

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101 Reserve St, Hot Springs, AR 71901
+1 501-620-6715
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Reviewed yesterday

Nice, clean park full of historical buildings to check out. There are several fountains in the area where you can fill bottles to drink. The water is delicious. Nice movie about the history of the springs.

Thank Colette S
Reviewed yesterday

The Hot Springs National Park Museum gives a historical synopsis of the begining and origin of the city. The great resoures of hot mineral springs and quartz brought early Indians and tourists. Tourist , today are still attracted to the same points of interest. Three...More

Thank simsnancyl
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I would for sure go back. I was actually impressed and the scenery is gorgeous. I really don't care for most of Arkansas but the Hot Springs area is a must see if you are ever passing through Arkansas.

Thank Andrea S
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Part of the road was closed due to construction so the driving tour was somewhat limited. Hiking trails are very well maintained compared to some of the other national parks. Very nice place to enjoy nature.

Thank Donna P
Reviewed 5 days ago

We visited Hot Spring National Park in December of 2016. It is the only National Park that in an urban area. There is no parking at the entrance of the park. There are free parking spaces available across from the street. The Park entrance is...More

Thank Sharon J
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

My first time to visit this National park. I found it more interesting than I had thought. The water really does come out of the ground HOT! Has a great history of the area and time period when this spot was so popular in America...More

Thank Janet S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is really interesting and gives you information on days gone by. It is self guided and had some really neat things. Be sure to go to the basement level

Thank Donna M
Reviewed 1 week ago

We loved this national park. The green space was beautiful as were the walking trails and promenade. Yes, many of the springs are hot. You can see steam coming off of them even in 90 degree heat.The Visitor's Center is a must see. This former...More

Thank HandCB37321
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful walk-ways covered by huge magnolia trees along Historic Bathhouse Row. Almost all of the bathhouses have been renovated into shoppes or art galleries. One is even a brew house with quite the selection of beers.

Thank David R
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I enjoyed our visit to the Hot Springs in April. Being the smallest U.S. National Park, the grounds are very accessible. We drove up the windy and steep Hot Springs Mountain Dr to the top but didn't see very much since the...More

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April 24, 2017|
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Response from ButterflyHoney | Reviewed this property |
Yes the park is definitely pet friendly. I saw all diff size of breeds of dogs while visiting.
February 7, 2017|
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Response from texaschic987 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, all the spas are inside facilities. There are the bath houses (2) and a couple of hotels (that I'm aware of) that offer spa experiences. We've just been to the Quapaw Baths and highly recommend it! There are a few... More
January 16, 2017|
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Response from Pinqylou | Reviewed this property |
I agree with previous responses. Not really good for a class trip.