Ultimate Guide to Hot Springs National Park Arkansas
The History of Hot Springs National Park
When to Visit Hot Springs National Park
Where to Stay in Hot Springs National Park
Outside the National Park
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What to do in Hot Springs National Park
Check out the historic Fordyce Bathhouse
One of the most popular places at Hot Springs National Park is the historic Fordyce Bathhouse. When you enter the first floor, you will be introduced to the beauty of the marble and stained glass. There are massage rooms on the second floor and the third floor has the music room. And yes the historic Fordyce Bathhouse even had a bowling alley.
Take a stroll through the Bathhouse Row National Historic Landmark District
When you want to get an up close and personal view of the landmark district, walking is the best way to do this. You will see a collection of bathhouses in this district. You will also notice there are gardens and associated buildings to check out!
Grab your Junior Ranger Badges
Visit the scenic mountains Hot Springs National Park Arkansas has the most amazing scenic mountainous roads. You’ll want to take some time to drive up and down these roads. The scenery is amazing and you’ll want to take lots of pictures along the way.Take a picnic
While you’re in Hot Springs National Park Arkansas, having a picnic is one of the best things you can do! Pack a lunch and spend some time taking in the beauty of the national park. It’s not every day you can enjoy your lunch while taking in the beauty of the natural scenery.
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Taking a hike
One of the best parts of Hot Springs National Park Arkansas is being able to take a hike. Walking paths exist all over the national park, so you’ll have no problem finding a path to hike down. You can look at the trail map to start putting together your next adventure at Hot Springs National Park.
You can also take the time to smell and taste the Hot Springs. It’s truly amazing how a natural piece of land can be so intriguing. When are you planning your visit to Hot Springs National Park Arkansas?
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