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  Hot Springs, Arkansas - The Gables Inn Bed and Breakfast - Hot Springs National Park - Hiking - Springs - Bathhouses - ...
Hot Springs National Park lies at the heart of the Hot Springs Experience, and shouldn't be missed on your visit to America's Spa.
Hot Springs is the smallest and oldest of the parks in the National Park System, dating back to 1832, when Congress established - 32 years ahead of Yellowstone - the first federally protected reservation in the nation's history.
Hot Springs Reservation - which was renamed Hot Springs National Park in 1921 - originally was created by Congress to protect the 47 naturally flowing thermal springs on the southwestern slope of Hot Springs Mountain.
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 Hot Springs Arkansas | About Hot Springs | History
It was became a National Park in 1921, and the City of Hot Springs was officially incorporated in 1876.
Hot Springs’ legacy springs from the thermal waters that are its namesake.
There are 47 hot springs which, for thousands of years, have issued forth from the southwestern slope of Hot Springs Mountain at a temperature of 143o F and a rate of nearly a million gallons a day.
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 Hot Springs National Park - Areaparks.com
Congress established Hot Springs Reservation on April 20, 1832 to protect hot springs flowing from the southwestern slope of Hot Springs Mountain.
People have used the hot spring water in therapeutic baths for more than two hundred years to treat rheumatism and other ailments.
By protecting the 47 hot springs and their watershed, the National Park Service continues to provide visitors with historic leisure activities such as hiking, picnicking, and scenic drives.
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 Hot Springs, Arkansas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hot Springs is the tenth most populous city in the state of Arkansas in the United States of America, the county seat of Garland County, Arkansas, and the principal city of the 'Hot Springs Metropolitan Statistical Area' which encompasses all of Garland County.
Hot Springs is traditionally best known for the natural spring water that gives it its name, flowing out of the ground at a very high 147 degrees Fahrenheit (64 degrees Celsius).
Hot Springs is also home to the annual alternate reality game Midnight Madness, based on the movie from which it gets its name.
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 Hot Springs Arkansas attractions lodging restaurants events & discounts
Hot Springs is located in the Ouachitas Region.
Its topflight attractions include Hot Springs National Park with its famed Bath House Row and thermal baths, live and simulcast thoroughbred racing, Magic Springs/Crystal Falls theme and water parks, the 210-acre Garvan Woodland Gardens and a renowned arts community.
Outdoor activities in the Hot Springs area include golf, horseback riding, and mining for quartz crystals, as well as fishing and water sports that center around area lakes Hamilton, Catherine, Ouachita and DeGray.
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 Hot Springs Holiday - Arkansas Travel America - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
As the springs gained fame, Congress created the Hot Springs Reservation in 1832, the first land ever set aside to preserve a natural resource.
(Hot Springs Creek flows beneath Central Avenue, one of the many adaptations engineered to make this small valley more amenable to the spa business.) Only the Buckstaff Bathhouse operates today as it has since 1912, all the others giving silent testimony to the golden age of bathing, with one exception.
Since the park partially surrounds the city (still another way Hot Springs is a one-of-a-kind national park), strolling the city side of Central Avenue instantly presents a change of pace with a melange of shopping, art browsing, and other pursuits in architecturally intriguing buildings.
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 Hot Springs Village Information
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, a gated community near the Ouachita Forest.
is set in the Ouachita lake and forest regions of Arkansas, and on the southern edge of the Ozarks; Hot Springs, Arkansas is one of the 5 most visited areas of the country.
Many fall in love with the slow paced, friendly area and choose to spend their retirement years nestled in a valley by a spring or on top of a beautiful mountain view overlooking an ever changing scenery of forest, lakes, and wildlife.
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 Hot Springs travel guide - Wikitravel
Hot Springs [1] is a city in the Central region of Arkansas and home to Oakland Park Race Track.
Hot Springs is southwest of Little Rock, from Interstate 30 you can get there using US 270 or US 70, both connect to Interstate 30.
Hot Springs National Park The oldest park in the national park system.
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 Hot Springs, Arkansas. Roadside America
For a time, Hot Springs seemed doomed to suffer the fate of other fatally neglected resort towns (Asbury Park, NJ comes to mind).
Hot Springs used to be known for its line of opulent health spas on Bath House Row.
Even before they had famous Bill Clinton, Hot Springs had some very fine attractions, still in operation today: Arkansas Alligator Farm (home of the Merman), Educated Animals, and Tiny Town.
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 Hot Springs Arkansas best value family vacations top travel destination guide
Hot Springs is also the proud hometown of our nation’s 42nd president, former President Bill Clinton.
Historic downtown is just one of the reasons Hot Springs is such a popular shopping destination.
The first federally protected reservation in the nation's history, Hot Springs National Park features amazing 147° thermal waters, rich history, beautiful architecture, hiking and camping.
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 Settlement Agreement - Between The United States of America and The City of Hot Springs, Arkansas
The parties to this Agreement are the United States of America and the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Within 180 days of the effective date of this Agreement, the City shall correct the following to ensure that the Hot Springs Civic and Convention Center, which was constructed in 1998, is readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities and meets the requirements of the title II regulation and the Standards.
Within 360 days of the effective date of this Agreement, the City shall correct the following to ensure that the Hot Springs Civic and Convention Center, which was constructed in 1998, is readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities and meets the requirements of the title II regulation and the Standards.
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 Hot Springs Arkansas Real Estate - Coldwell Banker Alliance Realty, Arkansas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hot Springs, Hot Springs Village Real Estate for sale - Coldwell Banker Alliance Realty, serving Hot Springs, Hot Springs Village, Malvern, and Bismarck, Arkansas, offers residential real estate for sale, including farms, land, retirement, resort and recreational properties, as well as commercial property and other real estate in the Hot Springs area.
Arkansas offers a variety of beautiful, clean and safe places to live, play and retire.
One such place is Hot Springs Village - a 26,000-acre gated community located in the rolling hills of the Ouachita Mountains, about 40 miles west of Little Rock.
www.hotspringsrealestate.com   (335 words)

 Hot Springs Lake Hamilton Arkansas vacation rentals lodging and condominiums
Vacation home rentals on beautiful Lake Hamilton near Hot Springs National Park let you enjoy the comforts of spacious vacation living at rates generally comparable to the cost of typical hotel rooms in Hot Springs.
Whether for a romantic getaway, a family vacation or a corporate retreat, millions of visitors to Hot Springs Arkansas are discovering the incomparable comfort and convenience of vacation home rental.
Hot Springs Vacation Rentals has taken great care to select vacation rental properties in a variety of choice locations - many can be found on Lake Hamilton and Lake Catherine - and prices, ranging from economical to luxurious high end.
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 Hot Springs National Park - Hot Springs Arkansas
The rare natural features of Hot Springs National Park were first protected when Congress declared the area a "reservation" in 1832, some 40 years before Yellowstone became the world's first national park.
While preserving an array of 47 hot springs and their watershed, the park provides hiking trails, scenic drives, camping and picnic areas.
The park is located in and around downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas's top tourist destination.
arkansas.com /state-federal-parks/national-federal-parks/hot-springs.asp   (263 words)

 Hot Springs Village Arkansas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hot Springs Village is a vacation destination nestled into the Ouachita Mountains in Central Arkansas.
No matter what type of accommodation you choose at Hot Springs Village, you will be surrounded by great golf courses, uncrowded tennis courts, swimming pools and exercise facilities.
The Hot Springs Village area includes 3 large, pristine sparkling blue-water lakes for fishing, swimming and boating.
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 Hot Springs Village, Arkansas - Hot Springs
Until the advent of modern medicine in the late 1940's, visitors from around the world flocked to the springs to bathe in its healing thermal waters.
Modern generations have carefully preserved the rich history of the springs and the bathing rituals that made the springs a world attraction.
Magic Springs offers the greatest entertainment package in the state of Arkansas, with dozens of exciting rides and attractions designed to appeal to every member of the family – enjoy the classic Arkansas Twister or zip through the woods on our runaway mine train, Big Bad John.
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 Hot Springs National Park - Hot Springs National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
People have used the hot springs here for more than two hundred years to treat illnesses and to relax.
Together nicknamed "The American Spa,” Hot Springs National Park today surrounds the north end of the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Central Arkansas has four seasons: mild in spring and fall with some humidity--a light jacket is recommended; hot and very humid in summer--wear comfortable clothing; winter, variable--temperatures may range from below freezing to the 60s, with some humidity.
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 Rent Hot Springs Arkansas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Village Villas Vacation Rentals is located at 3560 Highway 7 North, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909.
Live a few minutes from 5 of Arkansas' top golf courses and enjoy a spacious eat-in-kitchen, formal dining room, separate study with built ins and your own private garden in the nicely landscaped back yard.
Enjoy year round golf, fishing or the scenic beauty of the Ouachita Mountains, Hot Springs Village is the place to be in the Fall.
www.renthotsprings.com /hotsprvillage.html   (628 words)

 Oaklawn Jockey Club - Horse Racing in Hot Springs, Arkansas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Heading the list may be the return of Steppenwolfer, the runner-up in the Arkansas Derby and Southwest Stakes, as well as third in the Kentucky Derby.
The veteran horseman is making Oaklawn the base of his outfit this spring and is readying his talented young runner Pegasus Wind for a shot at the Triple Crown through the Oaklawn series of three-year-old distance races, the Southwest, Rebel and Arkansas Derby.
The television cameras and reporters were ready again Dec. 18 when the colt started as the heavy 1-5 favorite in the $57,050 Pennsylvania Nursery Stakes for juvenile Pennsylvania-bred colts and geldings at Philadelphia Park, and he didn't disappoint his enthusiastic band of supporters as he romped home in the seven-furlong test by 7 3/4 lengths.
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 Garvan Woodland Gardens - The University of Arkansas' Botanical Garden
Verna Cook Garvan, described as a brilliant businesswoman by those acquainted with her, realized she could not solely succeed in preserving her private woodland garden or provide an accessible place of repose for the people of Arkansas without help.
She made a wise decision in 1985 to donate the land under a trust agreement to the University of Arkansas School of Architecture.
She maintained control of the property and continued to develop it until her death in 1993 when the U of A department of landscape architecture, a division of the School of Architecture, began the daunting task of documenting every plant species and the quantity of each.
www.garvangardens.org   (369 words)

 Hot Springs, Arkansas (AR) Detailed Profile - relocation, real estate, travel, jobs, hotels, hospitals, schools, crime, ...
Hot Springs, AR residents, houses, and apartments details
Hot Springs, Arkansas business data: stores, dealers, real estate agents, wholesalers, restaurants...
Hot Springs-area historical tornado activity is near Arkansas state average.
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 Hot Springs, Arkansas - The Gables Inn Bed and Breakfast - Lodging - Accommodations - Honeymoons - Weddings - Packages
Yet you are just blocks from Historical downtown Hot Springs, Bath House Row, fine dining, antique shops, museums, art galleries and entertainment.
Hot Springs, Arkansas is home to many special events and festivals such as the Miss Arkansas Pageant, Documentary Film Festival, October Fest, just to name a few.
Included in the room rate is a full breakfast served on china and crystal in our elegant dining room and complementary beverages.
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 Affordable Hot Springs Village Arkansas Land For Sale
Hot Springs Village is a resort community like no other.
The golf courses here are some of the best in Arkansas and have been recognized for their greatness by Golf Digest Magazine.
Photos in this brochure were taken in Hot Springs Village and the town of Hot Springs located 19 miles away.
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 Hot Springs High School - Hot Springs, Arkansas - AR - school overview
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 Hot Spring Spas & Hot Tubs of Hot Springs Arkansas
We have been serving the Hot Springs, AR area for over two decades.
Enjoy the ultimate in relaxation with our hydromassage systems which are featured in all of our Hot spring portable spas and hot tubs.
Mid-South Pools and Spas has over two decades of experience in the pool and spa industry and have the largest showroom in the Hot Springs area.
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 USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Little Rock - Larry Benfield, 51, was consecrated Episcopal bishop of Arkansas to lead the state's 15,000 Episcopalians.
Little Rock - The Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families said the state could gain between $4.5 billion and $7.5 billion in revenue over the next 30 years by taxing natural gas production based on market value, rather than the volume produced.
Greenwood - A judge dismissed sex charges against Deanna Bobo, 39, a former teacher who was convicted in an earlier case.
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