Hot Springs is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway with your special someone. From day to night, the Spa City has everything you need to rekindle romance.
A visit to the Spa City wouldn’t be complete without including the four-legged family members. With outdoor spaces to explore and accommodating lodging, Hot Springs is definitely a pet-friendly destination.
For those who believe in Beginner’s Luck, an afternoon of racing at Oaklawn Park is a must for any visit to Hot Springs.
There's plenty to love about Hot Springs, Arkansas. Today, a local narrows it down to their favorite ten.
When the temperature cools down, the water is just right in Hot Springs. With several different options for soaking the winter blues away, there’s a reason it’s called the Spa City.
Hot Springs has long been the city that “has all the fun,” and seeing just how many festivals and events take place in this community throughout the year proves that saying true. From over-the-top attractions to long-running events, new festivals and celebrations, there is something for all ages on any given weekend visit to the Spa City.
So you’re planning a family trip to Hot Springs. The teens want to visit Magic Springs. The younger kids want lake time. Dad wants to golf, and mom is looking forward to a spa day. While you can fit all of that in – you may be wondering if there’s a family activity that will make everyone happy. The answer is YES! Try an escape room!
Temperatures are still sitting in the triple digits some days here in Arkansas, but many of you are just days away from a new school year, heralding the end of summer. Arkansas’s Tax Free Weekend is this weekend and we want to help you prepare your fall wardrobe that is comfortable with that extra POP the kids like. There are many great places to shop and we would like to give you our top 4 to make sure you hit this weekend. But first, this season’s fashion forecast.
If you’re not hitting Hot Springs for ice cream, you’re missing out on some of the best the The Natural State has to offer. To help shout out what’s good in town, I took one for the team by visiting a few ice cream shops and rounding up the rest.
Summer in Arkansas can be, shall we say, hot. Really hot. Hot and humid and bright. And sometimes, you just need to find a way to stay cool. Here Jerusalem Jackson Greer's favorite ways to beat the heat when visiting Hot Springs in the summer months.