Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
106 Lookout Point
Hot Springs, AR 71913
Phone: (501) 525-5666
Fax: (501) 525-4949
106 Lookout Point, Hot Springs, AR, US, 71913
- Phone: (501) 525-5666
- Fax: (501) 525-4949
Award-winning miniature golf in the world of 18th century buccaneers. An ideal family activity where all ages can "meet the challenge" on 2, 18-hole courses.
An indoor kids creative playground. Their mission is to provide a safe, fun-filled environment where children can dream, explore and imagine the possibilities through self-directed play.
Attractions of Garvan Woodland Gardens include the Paul W. Klipsch Amphitheater, Anthony Chapel, Hixson Family Woodland Nature Preserve, Evans Children's Adventure Garden, Garden of Pine Wind, Verna Cook Garvan Pavilion, Singing Springs Gorge and Millsap Canopy Bridge, the Ellipse, Three Sisters of Amity Daffodil Hill, Old Brick Hill, Weyerhaeuser Bonsai Garden, Dierks Promenade, Edmondson Great Lawn and the Joy Manning Scott Full Moon Bridge.
The seasonal FunTrackers Family Park features "the largest and fastest go-kart track In Hot Springs," bumper boats, mini-golf, arcade games and much more for the whole family to enjoy. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Taste fine native Arkansas wines. Enjoy a tour in a branch of the Arkansas Historic Wine Museum followed by an opportunity to taste a wide variety of Arkansas wines. You can purchase wine by the glass, bottle or case. They also have a wide variety of gifts and accessories.
Open 24/7 with appropriate lighting for your viewing. Offers an opportunity to remember and/or honor some United States Veterans with association to the area.
This restored depot holds the trolleys that take visitors through historic downtown Hot Springs.
Buildings circa late 19th century and early 20th century now renovated and features coffee houses, restaurants, and art galleries among other things.
The largest grouping of bathhouses in the United States, Bathhouse Row features eight turn-of-the-century bathhouses, Superior, Hale, Maurice, Quapaw, Ozark, Lamar, Fordyce, and Buckstaff, in Neoclassical, Renaissance Revival, Spanish, and Italianate styles.
Lake Ouachita is known for its scenic natural beauty and the clarity of its waters. The 40,000-acre lake is great for water sports, swimming, skiing, scuba diving, boating, and fishing. The park features historic Three Sisters' Springs. Fully-equipped cabins include seven that overlook the lake and one that offers a woods view. Park campgrounds feature 103 campsites (40 Class AAA, 25 Class B, 24 Class D, and 12 Hike-in Tent sites). Other park facilities include picnic areas, trails, a swimming area and marina with boat rentals, bait and supplies.
The Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo is a popular attraction among locals and tourists alike. This private zoo has been raising alligators for over a century. On the farm are over 200 alligators, as well as turkeys, wild boars, turtles, deer and pigs. Visitors can get up close and personal with these animals, and explore the museum to view the mounted collection of alligators.
Considered to be the best of its time, the restored Spanish Renaissance-style Fordyce Bathhouse features a marble and stained glass transom filled lobby, stained glass ceiling in the Men's Bath Hall, marble partitions, a bowling alley, and a gymnasium. Reopened as the park visitor center in 1989, after closing in 1962, visitors are able to view exhibits, watch a nine-minute film, and tour dressing, therapy, bathing, and music rooms. It was named as a lesser-known hotspot by Rand McNally.