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The Forest

The trees are amazing. Some of the tallest, straightest pines I've ever seen. To look straight up... read more

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Joellen W
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The buildings are very grand and the architectural features are beautiful, but that's not the only... read more

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Reviewed 17 July 2018

We stopped at the information center and walked down the row of bath houses and ate lunch at the Superior Bathhouse Brewery where we sat outside at the picnic table since we had our dog with us. They weren't serving outside, but did take out. It seems they are doing some renovations on some of the buildings and since it started to rain, we did not walk the Grand Promenade behind the buildings. We drove up for the wonderful views on the eastern part of the national Park - but did not climb the many stairs to the top of the observations tower.

1  Thank Marianne M
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Reviewed 16 July 2018

We enjoyed our walk through this unique national park. The walking trails were lovely. The cellphone tour was helpful. We also enjoyed our visit to the visitor center and all of the interesting information offered there. It was a lovely stop.

Thank Sandi C
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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

I overall liked this park. It is located in the center of town- right across the street from Hot Springs downtown area. I personally didn’t understand why it was considered a National Park. It was very focused on the human history, not the natural history of the hot springs. You also have to pay to get in the bath houses, but overall I really enjoyed it here!

2  Thank Maddie S
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

We only spent a small amount of time but this place is beautiful. Is unique in that part of the town is actually in the park. Great scenic drive that allows access to an observation tower (paid) that has an elevator to the top where you can see for miles. Well maintained and the park employees are most accommodating.

Thank Edd B
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Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

If you are expecting nice sceneries and nature stuff it's not what this NP is about. It's like a thermal village you can have in the Alps in Europe where you need to pay (a lot) to have some good time in spas.

1  Thank Louis B
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