Directions to Hot Springs National Park

 

Superior Bathhouse, Bathhouse Row, Hot Springs...

Superior Bathhouse, Bathhouse Row, Hot Springs National Park. WEST FRONT AND SOUTH SIDE, FROM SOUTHWEST (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hot Springs National Park is located in downtown Hot Springs (that’s where the name came from, of the city, not of the park).

Bathhouse Row is located on Central Avenue, with the beautiful park mountains flanking the street.

Hot Springs National Park Visitor Center (temporarily) is located in the Lamar Bathhouse, 515 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71901

Driving to Hot Springs National Park

From North-South on Interstate 30 can take either the Hot Springs US 70 West exit which is south of Benton, the Hot Springs US 270 West exit at Malvern, or the Hot Springs Arkansas 7 North exit close to Arkadelphia.

From the south on Ark 7 – will automatically pass through downtown Hot Springs close to the location of the visitor center – result!

On the United States Hway 71 – whether you’re traveling from Fort Smith in the south, or from Texarkana in the north, use US 270 East exit and then follow the 270B through the town.

From Oklahoma on US 70 – take US 70B into Hot Springs, when you reach the city there are plenty of signs for the Hot Springs National Park. You’ll find the Visitor Center downtown on Hwy 7 North, Central Avenue.

Traveling to Hot Springs National Park by Plane

There are two airports close to the Hot Springs National Park. You can either fly into the local airport, Hot Springs Memorial Field, or alternatively fly to Little Rock National Airport which has a choice of shuttle service or rental cars available for your onward journey.

Traveling to Hot Springs National Park by Bus

There’s a bus service supplied by Greyhound Bus Lines, with a station on Central Avenue.

Traveling to Hot Springs National Park by Train

Amtrak’s Texas Eagle has a service route serving Little Rock, Arkansas.

 

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