Hot Springs National Park

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  • Address: Hot Springs, AR 71901, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-5016206715
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: National Park, Park, Family And Kids

Hot Springs National Park - Review

One of the biggest parks in Hot Springs, this national park is a popular destination among travellers to visit. Surrounding by nature and greenery, the park provides many opportunities to its visitors to enjoy a lot of activities. A hub of natural springs filled with great medicinal properties, is what had made this place so popular among folks since last 200 years. Accommodating the famous Bathhouse Row in its heart, the place is where people often flock to loosen up and relax. The Bathhouse Row has around 8 vintage bathhouse including the most popular Fordyce Bathhouse Museum which is renowned to house some of the very unique artefacts and informative exhibits. Alongside that, there are other similar themed buildings such Bathhouse Winery with some of the finest native wines in the country. Not to forget the half-mile Grand Promenade which when you walk on it, provides a very thorough view of the city and surroundings. There are numerous trails around the bathhouse making it a perfect place to go for hiking, and biking as well.

Hot Springs National Park Information

  • Check the weather before arriving to avoid unnecessary hassle.

Hot Springs National Park Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Hot Springs National Park Hours

Fordyce Bathhouse Museum and Visitor Center:

  • Open everyday from 9am to 5pm.
  • The park film stops playing at 4:30pm.
  • The upper floors closes at 4:45pm.
  • Closed on Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year.

Roads and Trails:

  • Open everyday from sunrise to 10pm.
  • Roads to west mountain and hot springs closes at 10pm.
  • All trails closes at 10pm.

How To reach Hot Springs National Park by Public Transport

  • By Taxi
  • By Car

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TripHobo Highlights for Hot Springs National Park

  • Hot Springs National Park Address: Hot Springs, AR 71901, USA, United States
  • Hot Springs National Park Contact Number: +1-5016206715
  • Hot Springs National Park Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Hot Springs National Park Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Hot Springs National Park(preferred time): 10:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Hot Springs National Park: 03:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hot Springs National Park

  • 37.35% of people who visit Hot Springs include Hot Springs National Park in their plan

  • 67.33% of people start their Hot Springs National Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Hot Springs National Park

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

93.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hot Springs National Park

People normally club together Maxwell Blade Theater Of Magic and Oaklawn Racing & Gaming while planning their visit to Hot Springs National Park.

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  • love this place have been numerous numerous times. There's always tons of stuff to do more than you can do in one weekend. Even though I've been to all the exhibits, stores, Parks, Etc, it's fun to go do it all again every time I go. This is one of the greatest forgotten national parks in the United States of America today. If you've never been you have got to go

  • Beautiful and fascinating part of our nation's history. Started out as a federal reservation (whatever that means) and turned into a resort style town. Kudos to the national parks for fixing up the old bathhouses, preserving some for posterity and allowing tenants to take up shop in others. Kind of neat just to walk around this place and look at the cool buildings and informational signs. Even the water fountains are spewing hot springs water! Be sure to bring some kind of container to take home hot springs water with you from the many free fill fountains

  • The biggest problem you will face? Parking. I've been to Hot Springs more times.than I can remember. If you visit during the warmer months be prepared for traffic and driving around looking for a place to park. There's a free parking garage on the hill above downtown. It fills up and pretty much stays full. The best way to avoid the hassle is to get a room at a close hotel and walk. The park is scenic and informative. Enjoy your stay.

  • Very informative tire of all three doors plus basement where there's a little gotto-like view where the hot spring water flies into the facility. Third floor has very interesting history. All of the floors really. The ranger at the front desk was a wealth of information on the many users of the facility and those nearby as rehabilitation centers after the American Civil War, WWI, WW2, all the way up to the Korean conflict. You can want through all the bath house facilities and even watch two separate movies on the full bath house experience and history.

  • I left a town that was overrun with very corrupt politics gang violence and other issues that drove many people out looking for a better place to live. I realize that no place is perfect but even with what little bit of negatives I've discovered here they will never outweigh all the good that I have found in the people here. It's not about venues the sites or places to shop. People make up an atmosphere and Hot Springs makes up one of the greatest places I've ever been here in the United States. I love this place I'll always love this place I felt it home here many years ago on my very first visit to the point of now living here. Come join us and experience what old-fashioned kindness is all about. And in the process share some of your light to shed on any negatives you may discover that some of us may have missed. In that is where change will come. That's what makes up a great place to live and visit! God bless!!!

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