Fordyce Bathhouse Visitor Center Closed
The Fordyce Bathhouse Visitor Center is closed until Fall 2013 for a major maintenance project. A temporary park Visitor Center, along with the park store, are located in the Lamar Bathhouse at the south end of Bathhouse Row. Call for more information.
Hot Springs National Park is a 5,500-acre area in Hot Springs, Arkansas, that preserves geothermal spring water and resources related to therapeutic bathing, and parklands that provide opportunities for public health and wellness activities. The park preserves and protects many historic structures, cultural landscapes, and natural settings.
Did You Know?
Hot Springs Reservation, the first designation of Hot Springs National Park, was set aside by Congress in 1832. This makes Hot Springs National Park the oldest unit in the national park system, 40 years older than Yellowstone National Park.