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Hot Springs is located in Garland County southwest of Little Rock between Benton and Mount Ida. It lies along Hwy 70 along the banks of Lake Catherine, near the Lake Ouachita State Park.

In 1807, trapper Manuel Prudhomme founded the first permanent settlement at Hot Springs. President Andrew Jackson signed a congressional act that named the town in 1832. After the Diamond Joe Railroad was completed in 1874, connecting Hot Springs with St. Louis, the city grew rapidly

Today, Hot Springs, population 35,750, is a world-famous tourist destination built around natural thermal waters. In the National Park area, visitors experience the architectural features of the bathhouses, Victorian buildings, art and sculpture galleries. There is a variety of public-access bathing facilities on Bathhouse Row and in downtown hotels and health spas. The Arts District of Hot Springs is contained within a National Register Historic District. Here, artists from around the world have created an arts community.

Hot Springs Music Festival | Wilson Auctioneers |
Arkansas Counties Garland County | Hot Springs Mountain Tower | Outdoor Adventure Tours | Quapaw Technical Institute |
Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns 1884 Tinkerbelle's Wildwood B & B | Stillmeadow Farm | The Gables Inn Bed and Breakfast | Williams House B&B Inn |
Golf Hot Springs Vacation Condos | Hot Springs Rehabilitation Center | Levi Hospital | National Park Medical Center |
Public Libraries Garland County Library | Tri-Lakes Regional Library |
Motels, Hotels and Resorts Happy Hollow Motel | Majestic Hotel Resort Spa | Velda Rose Resort Hotel & Spa | Wayward Winds Resort |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate SPA REALTY |
Shopping Arlington Mall |
Transportation Hot Springs Transportation Plaza |
Wildlife Viewing Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo | Arkansas House of Reptiles |

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