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How Does The Amenity Info Looks Like at Hot Springs, AR?

Best Amenities in Hot Springs, AR

There are in total of 15 rental amenities in Hot Springs, shown above with the property numbers. In Hot Springs, 778 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 773 rentals offer TV, 771 rentals offer Bed linens provided. So, if you need Air Conditioning during your vacation, use the Air Conditioning filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Hot Tub, Pets Friendly.

Which Price Range Is Considered As A Good Deal in Hot Springs, AR Area?

Vacation House & Condo Rental Price Information in Hot Springs, AR

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Hot Springs has the largest percentage (28.75%) of homes in $100 - $150 price range.
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Which Accommodations Should I Pick in Hot Springs, AR?
Top Rental Accommodations in Hot Springs, AR
There are various types of homes in Hot Springs area. Depending on your group size, you can pick the one using filters accordingly. House is the most popular accommodation type, and the largest homes can accommodate 30 people.The least popular accommodation in Hot Springs is Farmhouse rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Not Pets Friendly in Hot Springs, AR?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Hot Springs, AR
20.34% of vacation homes in Hot Springs are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
Where Should We Visit in Hot Springs, AR Area?
Tourist Attractions In Hot Springs, AR

Here we list the must-visit places in Hot Springs:

Which Airports Should I Choose To Get To Hot Springs, AR?
Top Airports in Hot Springs, AR

1 airport(s) close to Hot Springs are:

How to get around in Hot Springs, AR?

The closest airport to Hot Springs, Arkansas, is the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport/Adams Field, about an hour from Hot Springs. In order to get to Hot Springs from the airport, you will need to rent a car.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Hot Springs, AR?
Trip Planning

Start out by taking a tour through the bathhouses as well as some short hikes around the national park. Grab lunch at the Superior Bathhouse Brewery. Take a ride to Lake Catherine State Park and finish with dinner at McClard’s BBQ.

The next day, spend the morning at Magic Springs, enjoying breakfast and lunch at the many food locations in the park. After lunch, visit the Arkansas Alligator Farm and Mid-America Science Museum before finishing up with dinner at Cajun Boilers.

What are the activities in Hot Springs, AR that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Magic Springs is a theme and water park with activities for the entire family. Enjoy thrill rides like the Brain Drain, Plummet Summit, the Gauntlet, or Big Bad John. There are family rides like the Diamond Mine Roller Coaster, Rum Runner Pirate Ship, Ozark Mountain Taxi Company or the Razorback Roundup bumper cars. Kiddie rides include the Fearless Flyers, Carousel, Looney Ballooney, Krazy Kars and Leaping Lizards. Bring your bathing suit for the water park where you can enjoy the Boogie Blast, Bubble-Up Pool, High Sierra Slide Tower, Rapid Falls Raceway and several water rides designed for small children. The park is located at 1701 East Grand Avenue.

Founded in 1902 by H.L. Campbell, Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo has been providing alligator education, housing over 1500 alligators as well as a small museum. The attraction was popular with guests arriving to take advantage of the natural hot thermal baths in the area. In 1947, the farm was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bridges, Sr., becoming the Arkansas Alligator Farm. The Bridges’ son Jack, Jr. and his wife, Sue, purchased the business, adding loggerhead turtles, monkeys, and raccoons. The organization is now managed by their son, Jamie. Today, guests can pet emu, pygmy goats, and sheep with food provided to allow them to feed the animals. There are adult and baby alligators as well as four types of primates, Arkansas mountain lions and more. Find them at 847 Whittington Avenue.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Hot Springs, AR?
Hidden Gems

Located at 1200 Catherine Park Road, Lake Catherine State Park has the only full-service marina on Lake Catherine, one of five in the area. You can rent boats or launch your own from the boat ramp. Several well-marked trails lead to a waterfall and there are playgrounds for children. Many native stone and wood structures are visible in the park, dating back to the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. There are also campsites for tents and RVs or you can Rent-A Camp or Rent-A-Yurt. You can also take interpretive tours throughout the year or take a guided horseback tour.

Hot Springs Mountain Tower provides you with panoramic views of the Ouachita Mountains, Hot Springs Mountain, and the Diamond Lakes area. An elevator transports you 216 in the air to the observation decks for some of the most stunning views of nature you will ever see. The tower is located at 401 Hot Springs Mountain Drive.

What are the must-visit places in Hot Springs, AR?
Must See Attractions

Hot Springs National Park has a rich cultural heritage, drawing people to the area for centuries. Ancient thermal springs, amazing geology, hiking trails, babbling brooks, and mountain views combine to create a stunning display of nature's finest. There are nine historic bathhouses, originally crude structures of wood and canvas that sat over the reservoirs carved out of rock. Today, the bathhouses are made of masonry and steel with sidewalks and landscaping. Find the park at 101 Reserve Street in Hot Springs.

Garvan Woodland Gardens is the botanical garden of the University of Arkansas, offering a canopy of pines that are designed to protect delicate plants below. The mission of the garden is to protect the Ouachita environment and provide education regarding the natural landscapes, structures, and plant life of the area. The gardens are located at 550 Arkridge Road.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Hot Springs, AR?
Art & Culture Places

Mid-America Science Museum sits in the shadow of the Ouachita National Forest, providing excellent opportunities to observe flora and fauna in its natural habitat. Exhibits are created to help people gain an understanding of science concepts and skills, encouraging them to observe the natural world and question what they see. The Museum is located at 500 Mid America Boulevard.

What are the travel peak seasons in Hot Springs, AR?
Peak Seasons

The average monthly temperatures in Hot Springs are

  • January – low of 30F (-1C); high of 51F (11C)
  • February – low of 33F (0.5C); high of 56F (13C)
  • March – low of 41F (5C); high of 65F (18C)
  • April – low of 49F (9C); high of 74F (23C)
  • May – low of 59F (15C); high of 81F (27C)
  • June – low of 67F (19C); high of 89F (32C)
  • July – low of 70F (21C); high of 94F (34C)
  • August – low of 69F (21C); high of 93F (34C)
  • September – low of 62F (17C); high of 86F (30C)
  • October – low of 51F (11C); high of 76F (24C)
  • November – low of 41F (5C); high of 63F (17C)
  • December – low of 33F (0.5C); high of 54F (12C)

The area has around 109 rainy days each year and very little snowfall.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Hot Springs, AR?
Local Events & Festivals

Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, held at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute is held in October each year. The festival has been named one of MovieMaker Magazine’s 50 Film Festivals Worth Entering. It is the longest-running non-fiction film festival in North America.  The festival highlight’s the importance of documentary film with a focus on the historic “spa town” where it is held.

Held in June each year, the Hot Springs Music Festival presents orchestral master classes, lectures, private lessons, auditions, and panel discussions. The festival brings together more than 100 international musicians who provide guidance to pre-professional musicians regarding their careers.

What are the nightlife spots in Hot Springs, AR?
Nightlife Spots

Boondocks Pool Hall is a locally owned and operated sports bar in Hot Springs. The bar offers tournaments on weekends. It is a friendly, relaxed bar where you can enjoy a cold beer, glass of wine, or a specialty cocktail. They also have menu items available as well. They are located at 1331 Airport Road.

Boogies Bar & Grill has a large dance floor, live music, a full menu, and a bar with specials almost every day. They are open until 5 AM and offer breakfast in the early morning hours. Enjoy bands like Vernon Hinesley and Dane Mulligan as they perform live at Boogies, located at 1010 East Grand Avenue.

Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort has been one of the premier thoroughbred racetracks in the country since 1904. It is the location of the $1 million purses Arkansas Derby and it is considered Arkansas’s number one tourist attraction. There is a casino with live craps, blackjack, and slots as well as Silk’s Bar and Grill. There is often live music at the casino as well. They are located at 2705 Central Avenue.

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