- Arcade Room
- Delicious Pizza
- Deluxe Cabins
- Fishing Pond
- Grandpa's Griddle
- Hiking Trails
- Laundry $
- Lending Library
- Local Tours
- Mini Kamping Lodge(s)
- Pet Playground
- Planned Activities Available
- Shuttle Bus
- Unique Souvenirs
Duck and Fishing Pond
Feed our flock of ducks, or fish in our catch and release small pond. We have fishing rods for your use, but no baitour fish aren't picky eaters. We have duck food available, too.
Sparkling blue water to cool you in summer and into the fall. We close the pool at the end of September.
Large grassy area with playground equipment and room for playing ball. Basketball court, volley ball and badminton available.
18 Hole adventure mini-golf course conveniently located. Open all year, special Glow-in-the-Dark events scheduled throughout the year.
Activities ranging from pool games to tie-dye t-shirts to mini carnivals and train rides are scheduled throughout the summer.
On September 11, 2014 the State of Arkansas Forestry Commission has issued a 120 day emergency statewide quarantine on firewood, which means nothing comes into the state and nothing leaves the state.
Due to the Emerald Ash Borer being found in several counties, the state of Arkansas has taken this measure to lessen the possibility of this infestation from invading Arkansas forests. This means the transporting of out-of-state wood into the state of Arkansas is prohibited.
Campers coming to Hot Springs National Park KOA Campground need to leave any firewood at home. We will have firewood available for sale in our KOA Store!
For more information on the Emerald Ash Bore Beetle you can check out www.emeraldashborer.info or www.http://forestry.arkansas.gov
Meet Your Hosts
"This KOA is different than most. The campground is terraced, which is both aesthetically pleasing and more private."Moving from the busy city of Chicago to the more laid-back town of Hot Springs National Park, George and Anita Barrett left behind their school teaching years to own a KOA campground. With a sense of pride and love, the whole family is involved in the operation of their KOA. The physical appearance of the campground draws visitors from near and far. It is well maintained and very pretty.
This KOA is different than most. Instead of flat grounds and sites right next to each other, the campground is built into a hillside with terraced sites, which is both aesthetically pleasing and a bit more private. The area outside of the campground is also heavily wooded.
Customer service is very important to the family, and they "provide campers with the best service possible."
The Barrett family lost Anita in 2010 to pancreatic cancer, but strive to continue her legacy of providing the best camping experience in Hot Springs. As always, the Barrett's "aim to please."