Arkansas

Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park

Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park

Burnsland
Beginning in the late 1800s, bathhouses were constructed in Hot Springs, Arkansas, to take advantage of the natural hot springs and their healing properties. Some of those bathhouses survive today along what is known as Bathhouse Row. We got to see them during our February 2024 visit to Hot Springs. The bathhouses are pictured here from north to south, as we walked from The Arlington Hotel. Superior Bathhouse was built in 1916 and is the smallest of the bathhouses.
Hiking in Hot Springs National Park

Hiking in Hot Springs National Park

Burnsland
During our visit to Hot Springs, Arkansas in early February 2024, we went for a hike on some of the trails of Hot Springs National Park. Our hike was actually a bit unplanned. We knew we wanted to try to find some trails, but we came upon them in an unexpected way. Once we had checked in and put our stuff in our hotel room at the Arlington Hotel, we were going to go look around the hotel and then walk down the street.
The Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, Arkansas

The Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, Arkansas

Burnsland
We spent a weekend in Hot Springs, Arkansas, in February 2024. We were there for a church marriage retreat, and we did spend some time exploring Hot Springs National Park. It was a fun weekend full of interesting things! During our weekend, we stayed at the historic Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, right at the edge of the National Park area. The Arlington was an interesting place to stay, and we enjoyed our time there.