Hot Springs Fast Facts
How big is Hot Springs National Park?
Hot Springs covers a total area of 5,550 acres or 9 square miles.
How many people visit Hot Springs National Park?
2,162,884 people visited Hot Springs in 2021. A table showing all years can be found at Hot Springs Visitation Stats.
When was Hot Springs National Park created?
Hot Springs was made a national park on March 4, 1921.
What are the highest and lowest elevations in Hot Springs National Park?
Hot Springs’ lowest point is 415 feet at Bull Bayou. The highest point in Hot Springs is 1,405 feet on Music Mountain.
What time zone is Hot Springs National Park located in?
Hot Springs is in the Central Time Zone.
How much does it cost to enter Hot Springs National Park?
There is no entrance fee for Hot Springs National Park.
Five Random Facts About Hot Springs
Hot Springs was a common place for baseball spring training in the late 1800s through around 1940. The players used the many bathhouses and the water’s reported curative powers to get ready for the season.
Where is Hot Springs National Park?
Hot Springs National Park is located within and around the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas. In this sense, it is not a typical national park. The famous Bathhouse Row is basically downtown Hot Springs, so there is a huge variety of services available all around the park. Further directions and maps can be found at Getting to Hot Springs.