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Top Spots for Mountain Biking in Hot Springs
Published: October 31, 2019
Experience Hot Springs in a whole new way; on two wheels! Just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of historic downtown Hot Springs you'll find a variety of trail options that bring World Class Mountain Biking to Arkansas. Trails perfect for all ages and skill levels that offer something fun for...
Walk This Way - Hiking in Hot Springs, Arkansas
Published: October 23, 2019
It’s much easier to write about hiking on a rainy Monday… My first attempt was a few days prior – on a beautiful, sunny Saturday in early fall. The leaves had started to change color and a light breeze was ushering the warmer weather out the door like a polite hostess signaling to...
Top 5 Fall Camping Spots in Hot Springs
Published: October 16, 2019
Gulpha Gorge Want a secluded camp spot just minutes away from historic downtown Hot Springs? Gulpha Gorge is the spot for you! Unique features include scenic hiking trails and a winding creek, running right through the campground. Gulpha Gorge Campground accommodates both tents and RVs...
Hot Springs, Arkansas - A Grand Slam for Baseball Lovers
Published: October 2, 2019
I could almost hear the crack of the bat reverberating through 100 years of history. A moon was hanging in the morning sky and I imagined a ball soaring past it, then landing with a plop in a pond at the Arkansas Alligator Farm across the street. I was standing at the site of the historic Whi...
2nd Annual Hot Springs Baseball Weekend
Published: September 26, 2019
Remarkable Cardinal Rookie, Arkansas-born Dick Hughes, To Join Legends Simmons, Carlton, Hrabosky on Panel For Hot Springs’ Second Annual Baseball Weekend October 11 – 12 HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, Arkansas — Dick Hughes, the Arkansas-born Cardinals righthander who was a rooki...
Hot Springs This Week Podcast | Meet Mr. Crappie & his Crappie Tournament/Expo
Published: September 23, 2019
Player His real name is Wally Marshall, but he goes by "Mr. Crappie." The weekend of October 4-6, he's bringing what he calls 'the biggest Crappie Tournament and Expo' to Hot Springs. Taught to fish by his Grandmother, Wally is an angler, sportsman and a promoter. The Expo will feature a gian...
Hot Springs This Week Podcast | Meet Mrs. Garvan of Garvan Gardens
Published: August 25, 2019
Player In this episode, you'll meet Verna Cook Garvan, the woman who donated the land that became Garvan Woodland Gardens. She died in 1993, so you'll hear from her by way of Susan Harper. Susan has been with Garvan Gardens since its' start. Over the years, she researched the life of Mrs. Garvan, a...
Hot Springs This Week Podcast | Bill Barnes and Mountain Harbor Resort
Published: August 12, 2019
Player The story of Mountain Harbor Resort starts with a man taking his son fishing in a newly formed lake. Mountain Harbor Resort remains a very popular destination for everything from families to anglers to business conferences. Bill Barnes owns and operates the resort, and tells the story of how...
Hot Springs This Week Podcast | Call to the Post with Louis Cella from Oaklawn Park
Published: August 5, 2019
Player Louis Cella is the 4th generation of his family to oversee what is now Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort. As you'll hear, it's no coincidence that "Racing" comes first in the name. Oaklawn Park has been in operation since 1905. It's now in the midst of a $110 Million Dollar expansion for it...
Lakes, Pools & Waterfalls
Published: July 31, 2019
Lakes, Pools & Waterfalls Lake Ouachita sparkled beneath a big blue sky. In the distance, wooded mountains rolled across the horizon. The sun beamed and the water beckoned. I leapt from the edge of the sailboat that had ferried us out to the middle of the lake, and plunged into the cold, deep...
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