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“The park is located about 2 minutes from a water-slide and roller coaster amusement park, with a go-kart track nearby, so the kids can have a ball while the adults enjoy the relaxation. Hot Springs, AR offers a wide variety of tourist attractions and activities, and Little Rock is about 40 miles away.”
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Hot Springs, Arkansas
Hot Springs National Park
Nicknamed "The American Spa,” Hot Springs National Park today surrounds the north end of Historic Downtown Hot Springs in central Arkansas. Stroll through the visitor center at the historic Fordyce Bathhouse. Explore the Bathhouse Row National Historic Landmark District's Grand Promenade to see the eight additional bathhouses. Enjoy hiking on 26 miles of beautiful park trails. Take the Hot Springs, North Mountain and West Mountain scenic drives. Enjoy a picnic in the park's mountains or alongside Gulpha Creek.
Historic Downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas
Known as "America's First Resort," historic downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas is world famous for its Mineral Baths & Day Spa, but also offers historic hotels and other buildings, some of which house antique & gift stores, museums, galleries and much more!
Hot Springs Baths & Spas
Unwind, relax and let go of the stress of the daily hustle in the thermal baths and spas in Hot Springs, Arkansas, including A Massage w/a Mission Studio, the Ablution Day Spa & Salon, the Andrea Rose Day Spa, the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa, the Hotel & Convention Center, the Buckstaff Bath House, the Chrysalis Day Spa and Skin Care Center, the Nurture Day Spa & Yoga Studio, the Pain Relief and Massage Studio , Sabai Massage Therapy, the Strokes of Beauty Cosmetic Laser Clinic, the Swan Song Spa, Turtle Cove Spa, Velda Rose Resort Hotel & Spa and more!
Oaklawn Jockey Club
Enjoy the horse racing and casino gaming at Oaklawn Jockey Club, which is just south of downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas. Watch the horses compete on the track or enjoy poker, blackjack and slots in the casino. Oaklawn offers simulcast broadcast of and betting on horse & greyhound racing from around the country. Enjoy the refreshments of the restaurants, bars and lounges.
Lake Hamilton, Arkansas
Located on the southwestern edge of Hot Springs, Arkansas, 7,200-acre Lake Hamilton is one of Arkansas's finest recreational lakes. The Scenic Route 7 Byway crosses the lake, which is popular for water-skiing, parasailing, pleasure boating, rental watercraft, cruises, a famous botanical garden and much more!
Hot Springs Crystal Mines
Many "dig-your-own" crystal mines are found in the Ouachitas of central Arkansas and most are located in the Greater Hot Springs area, including Atlantis Found!, Fiddler's Ridge Rock & Gift Shop, Jim Coleman’s Crystal Mines, Inc., Starfire Crystal Mines, the Wegner Quartz Crystal Mines and many more!
Magic Springs Amusement Park & Crystal Falls Water Park
The whole family will enjoy the premier amusement & water parks of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Magic Springs offers dozens of thrilling family & kid rides, and a full calendar of concerts. Get wet at Crystal Falls, where you can plunge 50 feet down a 310-foot long waterslide as well as other slides and tubes. Enjoy the wave pool, wading pool, a river float and more!
Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo
The Arkansas Alligator Farm houses over 200 alligators. Come watch them feed and tour the petting zoo that features white-tail deer and pygmy goats. You can even pet a live alligator. The mini-zoo is home to animals from all over the world. Stop in at the museum for a variety of displays, including the world famous "Merman." Drop by the gift shop for a souvenir.
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Little Rock, Arkansas
Cloud Nine is about 40 miles from the big city thrills of Little Rock, Arkansas, which is home to world class:
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Lake Catherine, Arkansas
Lake Catherine State Park
Lake Catherine State Park offers 1,940 acres of pristine water set in the natural beauty of the Ouachita Mountains of central Arkansas. Get out on the water in your boat (or one you rent from the park) via the boat ramp. The marina (open in summer only) sells bait and fuel. The park offers a pavilion, playgrounds, gifts, groceries and snacks. Go swimming, fishing, hiking or enjoy a guided horseback ride.
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