Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park lies in Arkansas that has a rich cultural past. The first thing that attracted visitors to this park was the water, especially the thermal springs. And the visitors would love to come here just to use soothing thermal waters to relax and heal. 

The Hot Springs National Park surrounds the North end of Arkansas and preserves the cultural sites and the hot springs that come forth around them suddenly. You can also experience the hot springs for yourself that include a good quality spa day along with the Bathhouse Row that is within the 22 square kilometer park. The Hot Springs National Park also offers hiking trails in the West Mountain of the park. All these make the national park unique and a beautiful destination. 

Activities to do in the Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park offers many activities to do in the park and enjoy to the fullest. 

Places To Visit in Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park is a most unique park in the state. The park is beyond hot springs you get explore the  rugged mountain slopes, creeks, valleys, and old-growth forests that support a rich ecosystem of animal and plant life, such as mosses, liverworts, grasses, and shrubs.

  • Buckstaff Bathhouse
  • Hot Springs Mountain Tower
  • Sunset Trail
  • Gulpha Gorge Trail
  • Goat Rock Trail

Hot Springs National Park Visitor Information

  • Gulpha Gorge is the campground and no reservations are allowed. You will have to come early and check the fee stations for the campsite availability.
  • Soaking in the thermal spring outdoors is not allowed and it is only permitted in the Quapaw and in the Buckstaff.
  • There is no entry fee. All are welcomed to walk through and visit the park.
  • It is an urban park located in the heart of downtown Hot Springs and surrounded by diners, roads, shops, etc. There are also stunning mountain overlooks and hiking trails.
  • There is also a cell phone tour on the bathhouse row where you can learn more about the park’s history.
  • There is a free parking garage at 128 Exchange Street.
  • Pets are also allowed in the park and in the trails. They are not allowed just in the federal buildings.
  • Bring a hat, water, and stay hydrated because the place is humid and hot in the summer.
  • The city of Hot Springs offers many events like bike rides, bathtub races, art walks, etc.
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