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1921 - 2021!

Hot Springs Reservation was created April 20, 1832, before there was a National Park Service. On March 4, 1921 the name was changed to Hot Springs National Park! Join us as we celebrate 100 years as a National Park! There will be events all year! Be sure to collect the special commemorative stamp when you visit the Park in 2021.

Click here to learn more about the Centennial


Congratulations to 2021 Artists for our Artist-in-Residence program!

The Artist in the Park Program (formerly Artist In-Residence) will return in 2021. Through this program, artists gain inspiration from the park to create art that uniquely represents the park.

Ethan Edvenson, mixed media artist - March 22nd - April 4th
Jeffrey Lockwood, writer/author - May 16th - June 6th
Jeri Hillis, pottery/ceramics - August 1st - August 14th
Jaime Barks, naturalistic painter - October 2nd - October 16th

Each of these artists is sure to bring something unique and fun to Hot Springs National Park. Stay tuned for upcoming workshops and artist-in-residence receptions that will take place while they are in the park.

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The Maurice Bathhouse was completed in 1912 with a front sun parlor added in 1915. It was patterned after contemporary European spas and was one of the best-equipped and luxurious early 20th-century American Bathhouses.

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Ozark Bathhouse - Cultural Center

As of March 18, 2020, the Ozark Bathhouse - Cultural Center is closed until further notice. Call 501-538-4575 for Inquiries about future rentals of the bathhouse.





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