After checking into your choice of over 400 rooms of lodging, begin to experience Hot Springs by strolling along the Freedom Trail that winds its way along the banks of the Fall River. You will discover healing warm-water springs, walk under a waterfall and maybe you will even encounter a deer or two along the way. Experience the unique shops, galleries, coffee houses, book stores, restaurants and lounges that occupy magnificent century-old sandstone buildings that dot the landscape along Chicago, Jennings and North River streets. Explore the 1890 railroad depot that now serves as Visitor Information Center and ask the friendly travel professionals, “What’s there to do in Hot Springs?”
They will smile and start by directing you to experience the world famous Mammoth Site where you can see history being uncovered right before your eyes. You can see wild mustangs in their natural habitat with their heads held proudly high and hear their pounding hoof beats as they freely gallop over the open range at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary. You will want to play a round of golf at the award-winning Southern Hills Municipal Golf Course and then cool down with a swim at the Evans Plunge. After all this, there will still be time for a fun round of miniature golf at Putt for Fun. You can experience it all here in Hot Springs – where our past is present! Experience Healing Waters and Soothing Spas!