Where History and Nature Meet.

Hot Springs National Park has a rich cultural past. 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 destination. Read More

Thermal pool with green algae

Experience the Water

Learn about the various ways that you can experience the thermal springs in the Park.

Hiking information and trail maps

Hiking

With 26 miles of hiking trails in the Park, you can find great views, beautiful forest scenery, and feel like you're not in the City.

A woman and her dog crossing a creek

Gulpha Gorge Campground

Learn more about camping, picnicking, and swimming at Gulpha Gorge Campground

An areal view of bathhouse row during golden hour

Things To Do

Explore, Learn, and Relax! Learn all about the things to do in our Park.

Sepia toned photograph of a historic bathtub in the Fordyce Bathhouse.

Soak in the Springs

Fully submerge yourself in the thermal water and let your worries melt away.

A park ranger uses a park map to provide a visitor with directions

Maps

Explore Bathhouse Row, scenic drives, trails, and camping in the park.

A view from West Mountain overlook looking across rolling hills with fall colored leaves.

Nature

Learn about the natural resources at Hot Springs National Park. This includes information about our thermal water, wildlife, and plants.

Walking down bathhouse row, 2 historical figures are seen blended into a modern day photo.

History & Culture

Learn more about Hot Spring National Park's unique cultural and natural history.

Last updated: January 6, 2022

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

101 Reserve Street
Hot Springs , AR 71901

Phone:

501 620-6715

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