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The Weather in Hot Springs
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month of the year in Hot Springs with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 93°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 32° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Cabin Rentals in Hot Springs - Nature's Hot Tub
Hot Springs has drawn visitors for hundreds of years with its warm spring and even warmer welcome. A luxurious apartment or woodland vacation rental will allow you to lay back and soak up the natural, creative and cultural outpourings of this family-friendly city city.
Gangster culture is the stuff of legend and intrigue. Travel back to the time of film noir and cigars at the Gangster Museum of America. This was the time when extreme decadence brought visitors from across the world to America, and gambling, bootlegging and other nefarious dealings were big business. Play a round or two in the antique casino, and watch fascinating audiovisual displays exploring the strange cohabitation of notorious criminals with small town America.
Discover the great outdoors
Lakes Hamilton and Catherine offer everything you need for the ideal family vacation. Outdoor enthusiasts will be in heaven; taking boats out on the sparkling waters and fishing for rainbow trout, then grilling it up right on the beach as the sun sets over the water. Log cabins and biking trails, picnic areas and water sports, there is so much for families to enjoy at these spectacularly beautiful local lakes. Tubing, water skiing and jet skiing are especially popular. Don't forget to take the National Park Duck Tours at Lake Hamilton.
Hotspots in Hot Springs
Hot Springs National Park
For hundreds of years, people have been drawn to the region for the thermal waters that help relax and rejuvenate them. Rich and poor alike travel to the hot springs, around which a buzzing city has also sprung up.
Magic Springs and Crystal Falls
A top attraction in Arkansas, this incredible water part and concert venue offers families thrilling rides of all kinds to keep you enthralled all vacation long. Special events regularly take over the proceedings, transforming the park into seasonal celebration mode throughout the year.
Garvan Woodland Gardens
University of Arkansas' gardens are truly remarkable. Filled with fragrant flowers, imaginative planting, light installations and strolling peacocks, the garden is also the location of stunning architectural creations and plays an integral role in maintaining the sustainability in the region.
Hot Springs Mountain Tower
Climb 1256 feet above sea level and look out over around 120 miles of stunning Arkansas countryside. Hot Springs National Park and The Ouachita Mountains feature among the views you'll behold from the tower's zenith, an ideal spot for vacation snaps.
Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo
Children will love experiencing a wealth of animals up close, including deer, emu and pygmy goats who strut about, while turkeys gobble and peacocks shake their tail feathers. Watch the alligator feeding sessions and be wowed by intelligent primates. You could also take a tour of the mini-museum and learn more about the states's conservation and biology.
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