Hot Springs National Park KOA

Rejuvenate in the thermal waters of turn-of-the-century Bathhouse Row.

Nestled in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains, Hot Springs National Park KOA offers a great place to stay when visiting this truly unique city. The campground is just minutes from Hot Springs National Park and the historic downtown area where you can rejuvenate in the thermal waters of Bathhouse Row. Explore the history of the national park, browse the galleries and shop till you drop. Thrill to the exciting fun of Magic Springs & Crystal Falls or experience hoof-pounding exhilaration at Oaklawn racetrack. Rock crawlers are welcome at Superlift ORV Park, just a stone's throw from KOA. Hiking, crystal hunting, fishing and boating are also nearby. Your campground hosts offer shuttles to downtown (fee) and free rides to Magic Springs and Oaklawn (seasonal). This KOA offers the best breakfast in the area (February - November). Pool: April 15 - September 30. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: the Barrett family.

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 70' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/1 - 10/6)
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Fishing
  • Mini Golf ($)
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Hot Springs National Park

Water. That's what attracts people to Hot Springs.

Old documents show that American Indians knew about and bathed in the hot springs during the late 1700s and the early 1800s. Their ancestors may have also known about the hot springs.

Some believe that the traces of minerals and the temperature (143 F/62 C) gie the waters whatever therapeutic properties they may have. People have used these hot springs for more than two hundred years to treat illnesses and to relax.

Both rich and poor came for the baths, and a town built up around the Hot Springs Reservation to accommodate them. Together nicknamed "The American Spa," Hot Springs National Park today surrounds the north end of the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Come - touch and taste the water. The hot springs are open for all to enjoy.

515 Central Ave

Hot Springs, AR 71901

501-620-671

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Magic Springs & Crystal Falls

There is no better place for family fun in Hot Springs than Magic Springs and Crystal Falls. Arkansas' only water and theme park.

Splash around in the Crystal Falls wave pool. Catch waves on the Boogie Blast surf simulation ride. Then dry off on high flying thrill rides, including the Arkansas Twister, the Gauntlet and the X-Coaster, which shoots 150 feet into the air and corkscrews down at more then 65 mph!

There is fun for the little ones on family and kids' rides. Plus when the sun goes down on summer Saturday nights, the lights go up in the Timberwood Ampitheater for all-star entertainers to take center stage.

1701 E. Grand Ave

Hot Springs, AR 71901

501-624-0100

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The Belle of Hot Springs

Your ticket is your passport to beautiful Lake Hamilton. Sit back and relax aboard the Belle, a 250 passenger riverboat, and enjoy the captain's narration as he unfolds secrets of America's "Spa City."

His entertaining tour includes million dollar mansions, natural islands, quaint resorts, panoramic views of the Ouachita Mountains, colorful anecdotes, humorous stories, and well researched historical information.

The Belle has sailed beautiful Lake Hamilton since 1984 and continues to entertain visitors to Hot Springs National Park on a daily basis. Enjoy our 15 mile cruises for sightseeing, lunch, or our most popular cruise, the sunset dinner/dance cruise passenger

5200 Central Highway 7 South

Hot Springs, AR 71913

501-525-4438

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National Park Duck Tours

Come climb aboard one of our 12 World War II ducks and enjoy a 75-minute sightseeing adventure of Lake Hamilton and beautiful Hot Springs National Park on a National Park Duck Tours ride.

The "Ducks" depart across from Historic Bathhouse Row in downtown Hot Springs and proceeds through town to Lake Hamilton for a cruise around St. John's Island.

We invite you to come have a "quacking" good time!

418 Central Ave

Hot Springs, AR 71901

501-321-2911

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