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Hot Springs Reservation, which was renamed Hot Springs National Park in 1921, was created to protect the 47 naturally flowing thermal springs on the southwestern slope of Hot Springs Mountain. Visiting the park is free. Hot Springs, AR, which is the boyhood home of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, is located in Garland County.
The grand architecture of our historic bathhouses is equally matched by the natural curiosities that have been drawing people here for hundreds of years. Ancient thermal springs, mountain views, incredible geology, forested hikes, and abundant creeks – all in the middle of town – make Hot Springs National Park a unique and beautiful ...
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True to its name, Hot Springs, Arkansas, is renowned for its thermal springs. Hot Springs National Park, and its hiking trails and bathing facilities, is the region’s starring attraction, while the city’s art deco architecture is another big draw for day-trippers from Little Rock.
Hot Springs Village is a census-designated place (CDP) in Garland and Saline counties in the U.S. state of Arkansas.As it is situated in two counties, it is also part of two metropolitan statistical areas.
13. Bike Hot Springs. The Hot Springs Northwoods Trails include 26 miles of hiking and biking trails in the Northern section of Hot Springs. Accessible by car in under 5 minutes and by mountain bike or foot too. Voted the best mountain bike trails in Arkansas two years in a row.