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Meet Rockit, the 2020 Most Patriotic Pet of Hot Springs National Park!

Rockit "Good Boy" Steelman is owned by Bethanie & Trey Steelman. of Hot Springs. Rockit is a proud natural born Hot Springer, who never poops on the carpet. He enjoys long walks around the Historic Park Avenue neighborhood, relaxing under furniture, and rotisserie chicken. Both of Rockit's loving parents are local artists and the proprietors of Pale Horse Tattoo Parlor, Downtown Hot Springs. Rockit loves walks around the Arlington Lawn in the National Park and strolling into pet friendly shops along Central Ave. Congratulations, Rockit!

Applications are now being accepted for the 2021 Artist in the Park Program at Hot Springs National Park!

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.

2021 marks the 100th anniversary of Hot Springs National Park and we are excited to see a variety of applicants willing to help us mark this special occasion through artistic means. Up to four artists will be selected for the centennial year.

To apply or learn more about this program, visit our website at:

#ArtistInThePark #Arts #AIR #ArtInThePark #ApplyToday #HotSpringsNP


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.

Become a Volunteer in Hot Springs National Park

Do you love Hot Springs National Park?
Do you like to meet new people?
Do you like to hike on our trails?
Do you have a few hours to donate?


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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