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The Majestic Park Baseball Complex will feature five fields built on the site of the first Major League Spring Training Grounds in Hot Springs.

Oaklawn Progress Tops Wealth of Projects Boosting Tourism

Hot Springs continues to move forward with important tourism-related projects and activities despite the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Steve Arrison, CEO of Visit Hot Springs. read more >
The Waters announced its opening in February, offering “a higher level of service.”
Tourism

Three Projects in Hot Springs Receive Preservation Awards

Preserve Arkansas announced that two historic buildings and an event in downtown Hot Springs – the Thompson Building/The Waters Hotel, the future home of SQZBX and the Historic Park Avenue Walking Tour – have earned Preservation Awards. read more >
Clockwise from left: The Waters, Dame Fortune's Cottage Court, and the Hale Bathhouse.
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Hotels Proliferate in Hot SpringsLock Icon

The Hot Springs hotel market has been steaming along for the last few years, and the city’s convention and visitors bureau, Visit Hot Springs, expects that to continue as newcomers are drawn in by a revitalized downtown and thriving tourist attractions. read more >