Arkansas August 16, 2018
It’s Easy To See Why This Arkansas Town Was Voted Most Beautiful
We already know Arkansas is the best place in the states, but it’s always nice when one of our towns gets national recognition. One particular Arkansas area recently earned a top ten spot in MSN’s “29 Most Beautiful Places In The U.S.” Let’s stroll around this gorgeous national park and see what makes Hot Springs such a lovely place.
The Travel Channel, Priceline, Southern Living, USA Today, and now MSN have all agreed that Hot Springs needs to be on everyone's travel list.
Hot Springs is no stranger to national recognition. Most recently, the city made #9 in MSN's "Top 29 Most Beautiful Places In The U.S."
The city has plenty of unique attributes that help set itself apart from just about every other place in the nation.
There's no where else in the world that has a hot spring-fed brewery in a national park, the oldest bar in Arkansas, and a rich mafia-laced history.
And there's nearly always a quirky event to plan your trip around.
Maybe you want to (quickly) see the World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade in March or the Running of the Tubs in June.
Even if there's not a particular event happening, you never need an excuse to visit the city.
See the state's largest water park or bring the family to the magical Garvan Woodland Gardens.
What really sets this city apart is its jaw-dropping beauty.
You could easily spend a week exploring the lakes, waterfalls, and trails throughout the area.
Not to mention the city's most famous attraction, the actual hot springs.
Schedule a spa day on Bathhouse Row or just feel the steam from the natural hot springs throughout the park.
No matter if it's your first visit or long-standing family tradition, a walk around Hot Springs is simply breathtaking every time.
Arkansans already know that Hot Springs is one of the best places in the world but it certainly doesn't hurt getting a shout-out now and then.
What’s your favorite thing about Hot Springs? Share with us in the comments below!
If you’d like more details, read all about Hot Springs’
National Park brewery or how the city used to be a mafia mecca.