Hot Springs National Park

National Park, Scenic Lookout
101 Reserve St (Central Avenue)
Hot Springs, AR 71901
(501) 624-2701

Tips

  • The natural thermal springs in this park, which flow from the Ouachita Mountains, were made a government-protected area by President Andrew Jackson in 1832.
  • Massages and natural hot springs on bath house row? Yes please! Beautiful place with natural hot water springs, parks, lakes, massage parlors, museums, shopping and more! The perfect "women's retreat"
  • mcclards bbq
  • mcclards BBQ!
  • Bring a coat!
  • Fun historical park - take the waters and learn the history of the area whole you admire the hot spring fountains. The buck staff bathhouse is a must-try experience!
  • Beautiful!!
  • Very good massage parlors and bath houses on Bath House Row
  • What can I say but one of the most peacefully beautiful places to lose yourself in.
  • Great town and city if you're down to earth n a good person it's straight up n got good friends
  • Fantastic place!!! I am surprised that more people don't know about it or come here for recreation.
  • I love to run threw the park naked.
  • Cool place!
  • Hiking and viewing the Hot Springs are a pleasany way to clear your mind
  • NP in the town. Walk around, stop in some of the buildings, we loved Superior Brewing
  • Peace and nature
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  • So many great trails!
  • If you like little towns with a great past, this is worth the detour. It has that special feeling of melancolia. The tour of the baths is nice. But sure about the duck tour though.
  • The Fordyce Bathhouse is a remarkable facility you can explore from bottom to top. Take a look around for free. It's the park's visitors center.

Nearby places

Hot Springs, AR 71901
Central Ave.
329 Central Ave (Fountain St)