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WELCOME TO HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE

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elcome to Hot Springs Village, North America’s Largest Gated Com­ munity, packed full of fun, food, outdoor adventure and community. Our hope is that you’ll use this magazine as a resource to learn more about Hot Springs Village and the Ouachita region of Arkansas. Swing through our golf courses, bike our nature trails, run around our dog park, attend a concert, taste local craft beers, or kayak our lakes. Whatever you enjoy, there’s a place for you here in Hot Springs Village.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome..................................................................... 1 Commercial Real Estate Options.............................. 2 Live in Hot Springs Village!......................................... 3 Club Sports.................................................................. 4 HSV Day Spa .............................................................. 5 New Hope Nutrition.................................................... 6 Tootsie’s & Splash Wine Bar....................................... 7 Featured Homes for Sale......................................8-12 Teen Challenge Arkansas & TJ’s............................. 13 Artfully Brewed & Baked.......................................... 14 Hot Springs Village Amenity Snapshot .................. 15 Xplore Lakeside & HSV Dining List........................... 16 Gastronomy in Little Rock........................................ 17 Cookery’s in Hot Springs.......................................... 18 Music Scene & Village Amenities .....................19-20 Outdoor Adventure.................................................. 21 Vacation & Long-term Home Rentals..................... 22 HSV Foundation & Locally Labeled......................... 23 HSV Trails................................................................... 24 Great Eats In HSV...................................................... 25

ESCAPE TO THE OUACHITAS HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE Clara Nicolosi PUBLISHER Designs Group Consulting Dannet Botkin CREATIVE DIRECTORS Carol C. Smith & Dannet Botkin EDITOR/DESIGNER Writing by Dannet Botkin, Robin Burns & Sheree Niece Photography by Renee Steinpries, Dannet Botkin, Jerry Dawson, Way2Hi, Curt Martini, Sarah Dore RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village, 1400 DeSoto Blvd., Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 USA, EscapeMagazineAR.com


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ot Springs Village is truly a golfer’s paradise with eight 18-Hole Golf Courses and one 27-Hole Golf Course. Plus, Arkansas’ mild climate provides great play all year long. Property Owners pay as low as $25 for 18 Rounds! Memberships are available to play at Property Owner rates, call RE/MAX to find out more: 501-922-3777.

11 Lakes, 3 Beaches & 2 Marinas 8 18-Hole Golf Courses & 1 27-Hole Course 2 Outstanding School Districts 13 Tennis Courts & World-Class Complex 20 Minutes from Historic Hot Springs 14 Court Pickleball Complex 200+ Clubs & Organizations 45 Minutes from Little Rock & National Airport 650+ Seat Performing Arts Theatre Over 20 Casual & Fine Dining Options State-of-the-Art Fitness Center & Indoor Pool Dog Park & RV Park

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Commercial Real Estate Options

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he West Village Professional Center, with a deeplyrooted Village history, is strategically located at the intersection of DeSoto Blvd. and Calella Rd. Completely renovated, the Center is unique in offering furnished professional offices with a common reception area, lounge/snack area, and a common deck overlooking nearby hiking trails. Geared to meet the variety of needs of Village businesses, the Center supplies all utilities, including internet and Wi-Fi, and offers varying lease rates–from one month to five years.

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Rent varies according to the lease term. Each office has its own coded entry access, as well as a key to the main entry that leads into the reception area. There are currently two completely furnished, newly renovated offices available. Each offers natural lighting and is well-suited for 1-2 people. 100 Calella Rd, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 Call Anthony Nicolosi 501-984-1432 VillageWestProfessionalCenter.com


Live in Hot Springs Village! Low Property Taxes Mild Climate Affordable Cost of Living Low Crime Rate

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ot Springs Village offers affordable living with low tax rates and real estate options available in almost every price range. Check out these sta­ tistics for details.

Taxes in the Fountain Lake School District are assessed at $38.40 per $1,000, assessed value in Garland County ($768.00 on a $100,000 home), and $44.50 per $1,000 in Saline County ($890 on a $100,000 home).

REAL ESTATE VALUES • Total Housing Units: 9,727 (8,640 Single Family, 988 Townhouses, 99 Timeshares) • Avg. Home Price: $210,000 • Avg. Rental: $800 - $1,200 mo. • Avg. Town Home: $70,000 - $315,000 • Resale Home Price: $90,000 - $1.2 million • New Construction costs start at $125 Sq ft (and higher based on design choices) • Lot Avg. Size: 90’x160’ depending on topography • Lot Price w/Amenities: $2,000 - $20,000 • Lake, Golf or Mountain View Lots: $15,000 - $50,000 • Golf Lots: $18,000 - $80,000 • Lake Lots: $20,000 - $145,000

ARKANSAS SALES TAX • 8% in Garland County; 6.5% in Saline County; 6.5% to 8% in Hot Springs Village.

INSURANCE • About $1,200 on a $175,000 home with $1,000 deductible in Garland County. PROPERTY TAXES • Assessed at 20% of appraised valuation. Taxes in the Jessieville School District (Garland County) are assessed at $42.30 per $1,000 of assessed value ($846.00 on a $100,000 home).

STATE AND LOCAL TAXES • State income tax is pro-rated up to 7% over $25,000 per year. There are several exemptions such as social security benefits and the first $6,000 received under a public or private employer sponsored retirement plan. UTILITIES (monthly prices unless noted) • Water, Sewer & Sanitation (bi-monthly) -- Water: $17.60 ($8.80 per 2,000 gallons) -- Garbage: $31.00 -- Sewer & Street Lights: $43.00 -- Ambulance: $14.75 • Street Light Fee: $5.59 • Electricity: $0.10 per kilowatt hour (KWH). Average home usage: 1,500 KWH. • Telephone: $39.99 (basic service) • Cable TV: $69.99 (basic service) • Satellite Network: $49.99 (basic service)

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Club Sports in Hot Springs Village Club sports fans can play tennis, pickleball, bocce ball, lawn bowling, or softball in Hot Springs Village. Come explore North America’s largest gated community, Hot Spring Village, nestled in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas. Call RE/MAX of HSV to schedule your com­ munity tour: 501-922-3777!

wood or composite paddles. Experts estimate there are at least three million Pickleball players in the U.S. And more than 300 live in Hot Springs Village, according to the Hot Springs Village Pickleball Club. Give the game a swing today! For more information, go to HSVPickleball.org. BOCCE BALL The Bocce Ball courts are located across from the Coronado Community Center. The game of skill and concentration, rather than physical stamina, is fun and easy to learn. It is played on a flat surface (similar to a bowling lane) with the object to position game balls as close as possible to the target ball (pallino). All equipment is provided by the Village Bocce Ball Club.

TENNIS The Coronado Tennis Center is a 13-court complex with USPTA Elite Tennis Professional, lounge, and pavilion. Ten of the center’s courts are clay, and the remaining three are hard surface. The Hot Springs Village Tennis Association, with nearly 400 members, offers league play at all levels including mixed leagues, women’s / men’s doubles, and, junior tennis. USTA Adult Leagues are encouraged.

SOFTBALL The Senior Softball League is open to men 50 years or older and women 35 years and older. The league plays two sessions each year: Spring (Apr. - Jun.) and Fall (Aug. - Nov.). The games are played on Thursday mornings at the Boys & Girls Club’s field off HWY 7.

PICKLEBALL Pickleball offers some serious opportunities for exercise, team play, and a whole lot of fun. What exactly is Pickleball you may ask? Similar to tennis, Pickleball is a fun sport for all ages and all levels of athletic ability. It is played by two or four players on a badminton-size court, with a slightly modified tennis net, using a perforated plastic ball, and

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LAWN BOWLING The Village Green Bowls Club is active all year. Lawn bowling is a game with moderate exercise. The game is played on a green with a target ball and is similar to regular bowling. However, the balls weigh only two to three pounds and are less strenuous on the legs and back. The object of the game is to get balls near the target ball. The balls are biased so they are rolled left to right or right to left making lawn bowling a challenge.


Head to Toe Pampering at HSV Day Spa

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re you longing for a luxury manicure/pedicure, hot stone massage, waxing, body wrap, facial, haircut, or color? Or, maybe you are in the mood for some well-deserved pampering! If you are thinking that you have to go to multiple salons to get gorgeous or to de-stress, think again. HSV Day Spa provides all these services and more. With a staff that includes a nail technician, esthetician, cosmetologists, and massage therapists, you will find exceptional services in a friendly, clean, and fun atmosphere. In addition to the array of services provided by these caring, licensed professionals, there are varieties of boutique items for sale that will make perfect gifts for friends, loved ones, or yourself. You can also enjoy complimentary specialty coffee, infused spring water, and gourmet snacks. Her loyal customers know owner Nicole Delacruz as a talented, warm, and caring professional who ensures

her clients receive exemplary services. She truly values her customers and has built a large and loyal client base. HSV Day Spa is centrally located, right in the middle of Hot Springs Village. As a matter of fact, Nicole’s motto is that there is “No reason to leave the comfort of the gates to get all your pampering needs.” May we suggest you make an appointment at HSV Day Spa for your next beauty service? You will be pampered, receive exceptional service, and leave the salon looking and feeling marvelous. 111 Ponderosa Lane, Suite E, Hot Springs Village, AR, 501-915-8419 hsvdayspa.weebly.com

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New Hope Nutrition

Make plans to visit New Hope Nutrition where you will find great service, great conversation, and a welcoming place to relax and talk with friends, as well as enjoy a nutritious ew Hope Nutrition, located in Hot Springs Village, and yummy shake or tea. offers an amazing array of nutritious shakes and 4656 North Highway 7, Suite F, Hot Springs Village, AR teas. They also happen to be delicious and will 71909, 501-773-3664 herbalifetoyou.com help you get and stay healthy. Owner Kevin Pickens offers health tips and encouragement, both in person, and on his Facebook page in a friendly and non-judgmental manner. As he says, “Everybody makes food mistakes sometimes; the key is to learn from them.” It is clear when you visit New Hope Nutrition that Pickens does not simply sell products, he wants to help his clients adopt a healthier mindset and lifestyle. There are meal replacement shakes, muscle-building shakes, and healthy energy drinks. The full line of Herbalife Nutrition products is available as Pickens is a successful Herbalife consultant, having achieved the status of millionaire team member. The variety of flavors to choose from seems endless. Chocolate lovers have options like Dutch Chocolate, thin mint, and white chocolate Reese’s. For vanilla connoisseurs, flavors include wedding cake, cookies and cream, and peppermint bark. Life is not simply black and white, nor is it simply chocolate and vanilla, so there are also a variety of fruit flavors and coffee flavors. Tea lovers can savor lemon drop, blue raspberry, and The VA (grape), among others.

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A new 2,994 square foot pool is expected to be completed in April 2020 in Hot Springs Village!

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Tootsie’s

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hen you have plans that take you away from your fur baby, the trusting and attentive staff at Tootsie’s will provide constant companionship for your dog with indoor play, outdoor walks, and socialization. Our services include dog sitting, day boarding, and our do it yourself dog bath. (You bring the dog; we provide the shampoo, towels, dryers, combs, and scrubbers.) The tubs are elevated and easy to use. In addition to receiving loving and attentive care, we promise your pup will have fun. We have fun toys, including cars and swimming pools! We also sell one of a kind, fun items for your dog, as well as safe and effective products for issues that affect your dog’s well-being. Try Heavenly Hounds peanut butter bars; a natural and tasty supplement that promotes relaxation and helps to eliminate anxiety. Tootsie’s carries the Terrapin Cooling Vest. The vest is submerged into cool water, and when snapped on your dog, the water on the coat chills, helping your fur baby to stay cool, comfortable, and avoid overheating. We also feature remarkable sculptures from artist Craig Campbell. He has created work for both commercial clients and fine art galleries. Zoos, theming companies, toy

Splash Wine Bar

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plash Wine Bar owner Cathy Caver is excited about her newest venture, one she refers to as “a ritzy, yet inviting wine bar” in the heart of downtown Hot Springs. Cathy is also the owner of Chrysalis Day Spa, which has been thriving in Hot Springs for 14 years. Splash Wine Bar has been a labor of love, literally 12 years in the making. When Cathy found an historic building, circa 1900, that was once a tile and plumbing business in the Ouachita Avenue Historic District, she knew she had found the ideal spot. Splash offers its own private label of wines. White wine lovers can select from Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, as well as sparkling wines and white blends. For those wine lovers who prefer red, try the delicious Pinot Noir, Cabernet, Syrah, Malbec, Zinfandel, Sangria, or red blend.

companies, and the film industry have commissioned his work. https://www.campbellsculpture.com Pet sitter, Brooke Shipman, loves working at Tootsie’s, and says she “falls in love with each and every one of the fur babies she cares for.” 200 Park Avenue, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901, 501-762-0575. TootsiesHotSprings.com Guests can tingle their taste buds with some tasty cheese options including the Goat Cheese Boat (baked goat cheese, topped with olive oil, pesto, and sun-dried tomatoes), and the Baked Brie Wedge with apples, cinnamon, and pecans. There are also delicious flatbreads; among the selections are the White Splash Special (pesto sauce, chicken, Parmesan, garlic, spinach, and artichokes), and the BBQ Chicken (diced chicken breast, zesty BBQ sauce, red onions, mozzarella, and cilantro.) Or you can be the architect of your flatbread with a variety of cheeses, meat toppings, veggie toppings, and sauces to choose from. Cathy says the Hot Springs community has embraced her business ideas and made her feel completely at home, so she feels “a sense of responsibility to give back with a really great place to enjoy others’ company.” 325 Ouachita Ave, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901, 501-701-4544. SplashWineBar.com 7


501-984-1982 kayarsenault@gmail.com $99,000 MLS# 19006991

38 Badalona Circle 2 Bed / 2 Bath / 1,740 SQ FT

Pat Bollier, Realtor® 501-425-0134 PatBollier.com 21 Campana Lane, HSV 3 BED / 2.5 BATH / 3,081 SQ FT $349,900 MLS# 19017075

Wanda Bonner, Realtor® 501-984-2101 WandaBonner.com $264,000 MLS# 19021226

3 Sosegado Way, HSV 3 BED / 2 BATH / 2,400 SQ FT

Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale

Kay Arsenault, Realtor®

Susie Burns, Realtor® 501-922-8989 SusieBurnsHSV.com $223,000 MLS# 19016163

4 Bellota Place, HSV 3 BED / 2 BATH / 2,294 SQ FT

501-620-6163 RayClemHSV.com

$199,900 MLS# 19008145 8

53 Dedalera Way, HSV 3 BED / 2.5 BATH / 2,360 SQ FT

Hot Springs Village

Ray Clem, Realtor®


Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale Hot Springs Village

BJ Conner, Associate Broker, GRI, RCC 501-915-2297 HotSpringsVillageBJ.com $157,900 MLS# 18026061

85 Almazan Way, HSV 3 BED / 3 BATH / 2,440 SQ FT

Nancy Cross, Realtor® 501-922-8331 NancyCross.net $299,900 MLS# 19021558

101 Pizarro Drive, HSV 3 BED / 2.5 BATH / 2,720 SQ FT

Linda Forry, Realtor® 501-922-8991 HotSpringsVillageLiving.com $162,000

47 Barcelona Lane 3 Bed / 2 Bath

Mike Griffin, Executive Broker 501-282-3333 AskMikeGriffin.com $385,000 MLS# 19020999

1 Vereda Lane, HSV 3 BED / 3 BATH / 3,575 SQ FT

Jim Harbour, Realtor® 501-204-2034 JimHarbour.com

35 Cresta Way, HSV 3 BED / 2.5 BATH / 2,650 SQ FT $299,000 MLS# 19024062 9


501-922-7050 hsvrmx@ipa.net $259,900 MLS# 19010159

10 Loyola Way 3 BED / 2.5 BATH / 2,550 SQ FT

Jane Hollansworth with Darla & Laura, Realtors® 501-922-8177 janeholl@ipa.net

$449,900 MLS# 19007930

26 Manzanares Drive, HSV 3 BED / 3.5 BATH / 3,530 SQ FT

Stephanie Iglehart, Realtor® 501-984-0987 stephaniehsv@gmail.com $281,600 MLS# 19019990

74 Mansilla Way, HSV 3 BED / 3 BATH / 2,560 SQ FT

Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale

Charlotte Hitchens, Executive Broker

Brenda Langley, Realtor® 501-922-3777 blangley100@icloud.com

$183,000 MLS# 19020051

48 Pego Circle, HSV 3 BED / 3 BATH / 3,014 SQ FT

501-226-8360 KarenSellsHSV.com $219,900 10

101 Saldana Way 4BR / 4.5 BA / 2,365 SF

Hot Springs Village

Karen Mallonee, Associate Broker


Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale Hot Springs Village

Alissa Nead, Associate Broker CRS, GRI, SFR 734-377-3600 AlissaNead@remax.net $267,000 MLS# 19019620

4 Campeon Trace, HSV 3 Bed / 2 Bath / 2,416 SQ FT

Anthony Nicolosi, Executive Broker 501-984-1432 Anthony_nicolosi@hotmail.com $325,000 MLS# 19019358

51 Greco Way, HSV 2 BED / 2.5 BATH / 4,184 SQ FT

Sam Scroggins, Realtor® 501-209-5209 samscrogginshsv@gmail.com $145,00 MLS# 19018253

21 Rollo Lane 3 Bed / 2 Bath 1,696 SQ FT

Kathy & Jon Sherman, Realtors® 501-922-8277 or 501-922-8191

TeamShermanHSV.com $524,900 MLS# 19017911

9 Cabrillear Lane 4 Bed / 4 Bath / 3,059 SF

Dana Smith, Realtor® 713-504-3164 danasmithHSV@gmail.com $348,700 MLS# 19018097

34 Linares Lane, HSV 3 BED / 2 BATH / 2,164 SQ FT 11


501-922-7741 modine@ymail.com $250,000 MLS# 19014666

12 Biarritz Lane, HSV 3 BED / 2 BATH / 2,196 SQ FT

Hamp Wilson, Realtor® 501-209-6486 TeamShermanHSV.com

$295,000 MLS# 19020833

10 Elcano Drive, HSV 3 BED / 2 BATH / 2,182 SQ FT

Hot Springs Village – A Living Community

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golf courses, 11 lakes, miles of hiking/biking trails, clubs for every imaginable interest, light traffic, low crime rates, and wildlife galore. Attracted initially by the low cost of living, prospective residents converge here from almost every state—from California to Massachusetts and everywhere in between. With a median home price well below the national average, retirees enjoy an active lifestyle in a safe and beautiful natural setting.

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ot Springs Village, the largest gated retirement community in the U.S., offers a cost of living below the national average, noted RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village. According to the website BestPlaces. net, Hot Springs Village residents enjoy a lower cost for housing, healthcare, food, and transportation. Located in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas, Hot Springs Village is a mecca for those looking to retire far from the expense, hustle, and bustle of urban living. This gated community, set on 26,000 wooded acres, offers 9

Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale

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Teen Challenge Arkansas

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een Challenge Arkansas is a faith-based Christian discipleship program that assists males ages 18 and older who struggle with life controlling issues such as addiction. Located in Hot Springs Village, the program is non-medical and non-clinical. The biggest difference between Teen Challenge Arkansas and a traditional recovery program is the focus on Christ. The Teen Challenge Arkansas curriculum emphasizes the power of God’s Word to help students develop a stronger

connection to their faith. The entire Teen Challenge Arkansas staff, including everyone from the Executive Director to the Vintage Mall staff who manage and supervise a thrift store where students perform work detail duties, have witnessed that faith makes a huge difference in recovery. Executive Director Tim Culbreth and his staff at Teen Challenge Arkansas are aware of society’s massive struggle with opioid addiction and how that affects youth. Culbreth states his belief that “some of this is because of lax supervision from medical professionals. Some is because addicts know how to play the system. But much of this is because of a massive spiritual cavern in the souls of people searching for help and answers.” Teen Challenge Arkansas strives to help fill that spiritual void by implementing a holistic approach to recovery that helps restore a relationship with God and fill a spiritual void. 155 Walnut Valley Road, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909, 501-624-2446. Our door is always open. Teen Challenge Arkansas Vintage Mall Thrift Store: located at 1679 North Highway 7, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909, 501-624-2446 TeenChallengeAR.org

TJ’s Neighborhood Market

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eed to pick up a few forgotten grocery items? Need some fresh organic produce? Feel like you want to change what you have planned for dinner? Craving some ice cream? Now all of these needs can be met inside the gates of Hot Springs Village. The eagerly awaited TJ’s Neighborhood Market has opened, and the residents of Hot Springs Village could not be happier! Located in the east side of the Village, TJ’s Neighborhood Market offers the convenience and variety of food and beverage items that have not previously been available. Among the offerings are an ice cream parlor, as well as coffee and espresso. There are delicious baked goods, deli meats, and a selection of organic foods (including produce), gluten free, and dairy free products. “Ready to heat” casseroles, cheeses, milk, eggs, bread, wine, and other grocery necessities also line the shelves and coolers of the market. There are plans for future events at TJ’s Neighborhood Market as well. “In spring and fall, once a month, we’ll do a Jep’s fish fry,” Helberg said. “There will also be wine tastings on Friday nights,” she adds.

It is obvious that customer service is very important to Helberg and Thibault, and their goal is to meet the customer at the door with a smile. “If there is something you’d like and don’t see it, please let us know, and we will try to get it,” Thibault pledges. TJ’s Neighborhood Market also plans to offer delivery service. 110 Este Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909, 501-9221388 TJsNeighborhoodMarket.com

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Filling a Special Niche in the Village

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ears ago, Trisha Jones read a book, Annie’s Rainbow, and today she is fulfilling the dream that story inspired. In early June, Jones opened Artfully Baked & Brewed, a special gathering place that offers coffee, tea, baked items, breakfast, and light lunches. As a first-time entrepreneur, Jones is excited about what she created and believes that its uniqueness and warm atmosphere fills a void in Hot Springs Village. Located near the east gate at the corner of Ponce de Leon and DeSoto, Artfully Baked & Brewed offers a cozy bistrolike ambiance with small 2-person tables, a comfortable

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area with a fireplace, plus board games encouraging people to just sit and enjoy themselves. As a lover of the arts, Artfully Baked & Brewed features various local artists in a variety of art forms. When asked about the staff Joan said, “It has been gathered by karma,” indicating that wonderful people just showed up with the expertise and experience that was needed.” Find us at: 1398 DeSoto Blvd, Ste. A, Hot Springs Village, 501-777-3195. ArtfullyBakedandBrewed.com


Swing Thru, Cast Out, Bike or Hike It!

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njoy the mild climate of Hot Springs Village, learn more: HotSpringsVillageWeather.com Find Out More About Our Golf Courses: GolfHomesHSV.com

Granada: 501-922-3095

18-Hole Course

Balboa: 501-922-1504

18-Hole Course

Isabella: 501-922-5505

27-Hole Course

Coronado: 501-922-2355

Executive Course

Magellan: 501-922-4497

18-Hole Course

Cortez: 501-922-1590

18-Hole Course

Ponce de Leon: 501-922-4250

18-Hole Course

DeSoto: 501-922-0001

18-Hole Course

Diamante: 501-922-1114

Private 18-Hole Course

Call RE/MAX 501-922-3777 to Book Your Vacation Rental & Home.

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alboa Marina offers boat rentals, kayak and pad­ dle boat rentals, sunset cruises, snacks, and re­ freshments 501-922-3435, 480 Ponce deLeon Drive. BalboaMarinaHSV.com

Lake Balboa, 944 acres, sand beach, pavilions, grills and picnic area, boat ramp off Ponce de Leon Drive Lake Coronado, 380 acres, boat ramp and picnic area off Murillo Way Lake Cortez, 245 acres, sand beach, picnic area, pavilion, and gazebo, boat ramp off Carmona Road Lake DeSoto, 200 acres, sand beach and picnic area, boat ramp off DeSoto Boulevard Lake Estrella, 21 acres, boat ramp off Panorama Drive Lake Granada, 54 acres, boat ramp off Gusta Lane Lake Isabella, 25 acres, boat ramp off Pillar Lane Lake Maria, 27 acres, boat ramp off Linares Lane Lake Pineda, 62 acres, boat ramp off Camino Road Lake Segovia, 11 acres, no boat ramp Lake Sophia, 36 acres, boat ramp off El Cano Drive

Waypoint Marina on Lake DeSoto offers snorkel gear, paddle boards and kayaks for rent, as well as a mini café with great food and refreshments. 501-922-5511, 120 Marina Road. More than 14,000 residents call HSV home, and approximately 35,000 people have vacation homes or property here. Spread out across 26,000 acres, the Village has plenty of room to explore, relax, work, and play. Balboa Trail:

2.1 Miles

DeSoto Trail:

3.4 Miles

Barcelona Cart / Bicycle Lane: 1.2 Miles

Herradura Trail:

0.4 Mile

Cedar Creek Trail:

Hernando Trail:

8.6 Miles

3.1 Miles

Carmona Cart / Bicycle Lane: 1.1 Miles

HSV Trails

John & Mildred Cooper Nature Preserve Trail System

Coronado Boat Ramp Trail:

0.35 Mile

Magellan Beaver Dam Trail:

0.6 Mile

Coronado Fitness Trail:

1 Mile

Santa Maria Cart / Bicycle Lane: 1.3 Miles

DeSoto Nature Trail:

1.2 Miles

Sonora – Calella Trail:

0.4 Mile

DeSoto Spillway Trail:

0.77 Mile

Waypoint Trail:

0.7 Mile

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Craft Beer, Cocktails & Horizons

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plore Lakeside is set to bring a new energy and the opportunity for Hot Springs Village residents to “Xplore” new cuisines, great local craft beers, fabulous custom crafted cocktails, and new horizons. Xplore Lakeside is also pleased to announce that Mateo Vanucci will be the Head Chef for this location, working alongside Executive Chef Ben Dodson, who is already known for his unique cuisine at the Beehive Neighborhood Hangout. Vanucci, a native of Arkansas, received his initial

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training at The Escoffier School of Culinary Arts in Austin, Texas, practiced his craft at several locations including James Beard Award winning concepts around Austin and is now back in Arkansas to create delectable dishes for Xplore Lakeside. Currently deep into the reconstruction phase of the project, the construction crew has been remodeling various elements of the Xplore Lakeside dining room, and Head Chef, Mateo Vanucci has been working on the remodel/ renovation of the kitchen. The interior is planned to be very lake focused, with the goal of having every seat in the restaurant

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AMERICAN Balboa Sports Bar & Lounge: 111 Balboa Way, 501-922-2909 Beehive Neighborhood Hangout: 220 Minorca Road, 501-7778176, beehivehsv.com Blue Springs Grill: 6225 Hwy 7 N, Jessieville 71949, 501-204-5050 DeSoto Club: 100 Clubhouse Drive, 501-915-0007, hsvpoa.org/ directory Debra’s Good Eats: 198 Carmona Road, 501-984-6677 Granada Grill: 250 Maderas Drive, 501-922-1372, hsvpoa.org/ directory Home Plate Café: 5110 Hwy 7 N, 501-984-6969, HomePlateCafeHSV.com Xplore: 488 Ponce de Leon Drive, XploreLakeside.com One of a Kind Café: 372 E Glazypeau Road, 501-655-1326 The Shack: 7901 Hwy 7 N, Jessieville, 501-984-5619 Tanner’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill: 25255 Hwy 5, Lonsdale 72087, 501-915-9880, tannersneighborhoodbarandgrill.com Waypoint at DeSoto Marina: 120 Marina Road, 501-922-5511, hsvpoa.org/directory

ASIAN Great Wall Buffet: 4419 N Hwy 7, 501-984-6162, GreatWallBuffetAR.com Village Hibachi: 4656 N Hwy 7, 501-204-5028

BAKERY Sweet Cheeks Bakery: 4656 N Hwy 7, 501-204-5014, SweetCheeksHSV.com 16

offering an unobstructed view of Lake Balboa. Interiors will be distressed woods, lake colors and decor, along with several interesting Xplore items on display. Noted Greg Jones, creator of both the Beehive and Xplore, “I’m excited about Xplore Lakeside bringing a new level of dining experience to Hot Springs Village. We will focus on the freshest local ingredients, some fabulous Arkansas craft brews, and great cock­ tails, along with a fantastic view of our beautiful Lake Balboa.” Located at 488 Ponce de Leon Dr, 501-922-9449. XploreHSV.com

BBQ Clampits Country Kitchen & Market: 5398 N Hwy 7, 501-2045030, Clampitscountrykitchen.com Ouachita Mountain Smokehouse: 4656 N Hwy 7, 501-2045151, ouachitamountainsmokehousebbq.com

CAJUN The Saint at Isabella: 110 Inciador Way, 501-226-3334, TheSaintHSV.com

COFFEE Artfully Baked & Brewed: 1398 DeSoto Blvd., Ste A, 5501-777-3195, ArtfullyBakedandBrewed.com Melinda’s Coffee Corner & Cafe: 3901 Hwy 7 N, 501-984-5393, MelindasHSV.com

ITALIAN Dolce Vita: 111 Ponderosa Lane, Suite A, 501-226-3377, dolcevita-hsvillage.business.site Italian House Ristorante: 4501 N Hwy 7, 501-984-6602 Raffaella Rose at Cortez: 299 Cortez Road, 501-915-0855, RaffaellaRose.com

MEXICAN El Acapulco: 2800 N Hwy 7, 501-321-1680 El Jimador: 107 DeSoto Center Drive, 501-915-8191 El Padrino: 4640 N Hwy 7, 501-984-5525

PIZZA Charlie’s Pizza Pub: 127 McNeely Circle, Suite A, 501-984-6216, CharliesPizzaPub.com Mulligan’s at Ponce: 300 Ponce de Leon Drive, 501-922-1623, hsvpoa.org/directory Molly O’Brien’s: 8913 Park Ave, HS, 501-321-2227, mollyobriens.com


Gastronomy in Little Rock

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Bar and Table is a one-of-a-kind dining experience, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to work with this team at a restaurant that offers a creative and internationally-inspired menu,” said André Poirot who recently assumed the role of executive chef over restaurant, banquet, and catering operations. The full-service restaurant is located inside the Clinton Presidential Library and features an unparalleled view of the lighted pedestrian bridge. The menu includes daily specials: The 42 Chicken Sandwich, a superb concoction of fried chicken, cheddar cheese, lettuce, and tomato on a brioche bun. The Fried Egg Bagel features American cheese on a cinnamon bagel. There are also daily soups including Chicken Corn Chowder, Spinach and Asparagus Bisque, as well as a beef stew. Entrees include Herb Provencal Pan-Seared Salmon, Thyme Braised Veal Osso Bucco, Bone-In Pan-Fried Pork Chop, and Pepper Grilled Beef Tenderloin. Whether your favorite libation is a locally brewed draft beer, a signature cocktail, or a quality bottle of wine to share, 42 Bar and Table has you covered. Dine at 42 Bar and Table for a “Presidential” culinary experience. 1200 President Clinton Avenue (In the Clinton Presidential Library) Little Rock, AR 72201, 501-537-0042, 42BarAndTable.org

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ining at Cache is all about savoring. Savor small bites that have a big taste: Hummus and Hearth-Fired Pita, Fried Calamari, Shrimp & Grits, or Blackened Tuna Wontons. Enjoy traditional pizzas, such as the aptly named Carnivore (Marinara, Pepperoni, Salami, and Mozzarella) and the Herbivore (Pesto, Crispy Brussels, Mushrooms, and Mozzarella). For dinner opt for a land selection or enjoy an offering from the sea. Tantalizing entrees include New York Strip Steak, Blackened Shrimp, Lobster Tail, Scottish Salmon, and Chilean Sea Bass. Desserts are graceful and elegant like Tiramisu and Crème Brûlée. What really sets Cache apart from other restaurants is the fromage. Pick an international cheese and complement it with a glass or bottle of your favorite wine. It does not get more elegant than that. 425 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201, 501-850-0265 CacheLittleRock.com

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hef and owner Mark Abernathy is arguably one of Little Rock’s most popular chefs and restaurateurs. He owns the multiple award winning Loca Luna and Red Door restaurants. And, he has owned and/or developed multiple restaurants, plus earned hundreds of national awards and local accolades. When Mark is not busy in the kitchen, he is out in the community doing “what he can to make a difference.” He is the founder and chairperson of the Central High School Museum, a project that promoted racial healing, displayed, and celebrated the historic events surrounding the 1957 civil rights struggle at the famous Little Rock High School. Mark is also the founder of the Arkansas chapter of Share Our Strength, a national fundraiser for hunger relief. Red Door is the place in Arkansas for modern southern cuisine. 3701 Cantrell Road, Little Rock, AR 72202, 501-666-8482 RedDoorRestaurant.net 17


Cookery’s in Hot Springs

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ne of the things that makes J&S Italian Villa so pleasing is that there is a little something for everyone. There is an outside seating area with a gorgeous fire pit for those who want to dine outdoors. Inside there is a piano bar for easy listening and casual socializing or watching the game. It also has the perfect ambiance for a romantic evening for two. It is easily a perfect place for any special celebration. Eggplant parmigiana, pollo cacciatore, spaghetti and meatballs, antipasto, lasagna, among other specialties are prepared lovingly from scratch. Is it any wonder that J&S Italian Villa has been voted best Italian restaurant since 2005? Simply perusing the dessert menu: Italian cream cake, tiramisu, spumoni ice cream, and cappuccino pie, among others is enough to get your taste buds watering in anticipatory delight! Co-owner, Tim Wyckoff strives to “make sure each customer is satisfied, whether it is a customer’s first visit or fortieth.” 4332 Central Ave., Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913, 501-5251121, JandSItalianVilla.com

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ithout a doubt much time and detail went into the design concept of 501 Prime. Oyster lovers will appreciate the full oyster bar that is nothing short of top of the line from Chef Matt Fuller. 501 Prime has a fine (and ever ex­ panding) wine selection, and you will discover liquor and beer offerings rarely seen in this part of the country. General Manager Jeff Falls has picked an outstanding selection of beer on tap (Guinness, Yuengling, Stella Artois, Blue Moon, Sam Adams, and the exceptionally rare Boddingtons Ale, and Fuller’s London Porter.) Local buzz from those “in the know” is that the scotch and bourbon assortment from Matt’s stash may surprise even the most accomplished connoisseur. As for the dining experience, customers typically have several absolute favorites including the grilled oysters, the Brie & truffle soup (you will sop every drop up with your bread), and the scallopor lobster-deviled eggs. Feast on peren­nial cus­tomer favorites surf and turf, Hawaiian ribeye, or cooked to perfection smoked prime rib. Complete your 501 Prime dining experience with a classically delicious dessert like creme brûlée, bread pudding, or cheesecake. Enjoy an after dinner hibiscus margarita or amaretto sour. 215 E. Grand Ave., Hot Springs, AR, 71901, 501-623-0202, 501Prime.com

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olf Nutrition in Hot Springs, Arkansas, wants to help you get healthy in the most delicious ways! Their healthy and soothing Bomb Teas are available in yummy flavors like Lemon Granate, Tropical Paradise, Peach Wave, and Wicked Wolf, among others. Special teas include Beauty Boost, which aims to reduce winkles and cellulite, Pump It Up, dubbed a performance based pre-workout, and Starburst, which is the perfect “snack” to curb hunger. Nutritious shake flavor offerings include Blueberry Pancake, White Chocolate Pretzel, Peanut Butter Banana, Wedding Cake, Key Lime Pie . . . the list of choices goes on. If you are curious about why these shakes are so healthy, it is because they include more vitamin A than a mango, more fiber than a serving of broccoli, more iron than a healthy serving of beans, more calcium than yogurt, and more protein than a serving of chicken. Can’t decide between a shake and a tea? Life is made easy at Wolf Nutrition–they have shake and tea combos. Wolf Nutrition also offers products that you can purchase to make your own shakes and teas at home. They offer everything from beauty enhancers to digestive care products. 1759 Airport Rd., Suite C, Hot Springs, AR 71913, 501-547-3498


Ouachita Music Scene & New Amenities

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ocals view The Rev Room as the best place to see live music downtown Little Rock. The Rev Room offers a scenic room facing the Arkansas River with a laid-back, hip and trendy atmosphere –the Arkansas River. The stage is a raised platform in the center of a dancing pit for standing room, moshing, or grooving to the music, and the rest of the viewing area is mixed with sitting, standing, and leaning room. Patrons have the option

to be either above or below the band, and the acoustics are excellent in every location. Owner Chris King enjoys “giving local bands the exposure and the attention they deserve” for their chance at making it big. It’s a formula that works–he gets great talent, Little Rock music lovers get to spend an evening enjoying it! 501-823-0090, 300 President Clinton Ave, Little Rock, AR 72201 RevRoom.com

Farmer’s Market & Events at Grove Park

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rove Park is a community gathering place, and the newest venue in Hot Springs Village. Carved out of the forest, the park features spaces for vendors, picnic tables, and an entertainment area in a rustic setting. Grove Park is home to the weekly farmers’ market, biannual artisan market, Rock Porch Sessions, Rhythm Jams and various community events. 1105 DeSoto Blvd, Hot Springs Village 71909

Music in Hot Springs Village Rock Porch Sessions

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ock Porch Sessions are free monthly music jams featuring musicians/singersongwriters. Great live music from touring artists in a laid­ back and comfortable atmosphere.

Rhythm Jams

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hythm Jams, held on the third Sunday of each month at Grove Park, are meant to provide an opportunity for musicians, singers, and listeners a space to gather, to interact, and to share music. Free to all.

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itizens Police Academy Alumni Association MILO Range System allows continuous training for HSV police officers, provides a source of training for security teams from churches or other organizations, and benefits residents in assisting them to prepare for situations at home, in the car, and at business locations, as well as provides a fun source of entertainment for all ages. 13 Calella Rd, Hot Springs Village 71909 hsvcpaaa.com

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Dog, RV & Pocket Parks in HSV DeSoto Dog Park

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he DeSoto Dog Park is a gated, off-leash park for well-behaved and healthy dogs. The site is approximately 1.5 acres of a level, open play area divided in two sections for use by large and small dogs. The park contains benches, watering stations, waste receptacles, and shade pavilions.

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ewly renovated RV park is in a rural setting with lots of trees. It has twenty parking pads available to self-contained recreational vehicles. The park is open yearround with electrical hookups. Water hookups are available from April 15 through October 31. Picnic tables are provided at each site. A central dump station is provided for users. A daily rental fee is charged and reservations are required. Call 501-922-4231 to make reservations. 200 Balearic Rd, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909

Pocket Park

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pocket park was recently installed inside Grove Park, which is located closer to the east central area of Hot Springs Village, providing the ability for families to enjoy a unique play area outside of the Desoto Recreation Area, and adds a great new feature to Grove Park. The pocket park features swings, a slide, picnic table, and grill. 20

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Adventure in the Ouachita Mountains

ZIP LINING & ROPES

MOUNTAIN BIKING

HORSEBACK RIDING

Looking for naturally beautiful sur­ roundings, a trail system for mountain biking that accommodates all fitness levels, or an adrenaline boosting aerial adventure and zip line course? How about a lodge with some fabulous amenities to de-stress and pamper yourself? It’s all waiting for you in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Hot Springs boasts a versatile trail system for riders of all ages and skill levels. Enjoy a one-mile scenic ride or opt for a bit more exertion on one of our beginner-to-intermediate trails. Prefer mountain biking of the hardcore variety? Hot Springs has three IMBA Epic Rides, from the heartpumping 33-mile Womble Trail to the grueling 108-mile Ouachita National Recreational Trail. Hot Springs is a designated IMBA Bronze-level Ride Center. HotSprings.org

If enjoying Arkansas’ natural beauty from one of the best possible vantage points sounds like paradise, visit Adventureworks Hot Springs zip line and outdoor adventure park! Soar through the air on steel cables, secured in a safety harness, attached to a zip pulley system. There are 10 zip lines, offering over a mile of zip adventures. The new Aerial Adventure Course offers 16 elements, up to 40 feet into the treetops. It is located at Catherine’s Landing, a beautiful, premier outdoor lodging venue. AdventureWorks.com

Panther Valley Ranch is the perfect destination for those eager to leave all your worries behind. This authentic western horse ranch in historic Hot Springs National Park is over 100 years old and is nestled in the scenic Ouachita Mountains. What an idyllic setting for relaxation! Lounge in the swing by a private lake, soak in a jacuzzi, cozy up near your fireplace, and feel all your cares melt away. PantherValleyRanch.com

Get Outdoors!

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hile you are in town for a spa day, save some time to shop for treasures along Central Avenue. The historic district is home to some of the best places to find antiques, toys, snacks, and souvenirs. Jump in your car and head further down Central Avenue for restaurants, drug stores, super stores, and Hot Springs Mall. Come take a dip in Hot Springs where the water is hot and treasures await. 21


Nightly Vacation & Long-term Rental Homes Long-Term Rental Home 2 Excelso Way, Hot Springs Village, 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath / 2,291 SF

888-828-9478 Brick home on a half acre lot! Maple cabinets, granite counter tops, pot filler at cook top. Fenced back yard. HSVRentalHomes.com

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illagers have come to trust RE/MAX for all their property management needs. Since 1994, RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village has been the largest Long-term Rental Company in the community. Our dedicated Rental Team understands that Customer Service is paramount when overseeing your rental home. Our Service Standards were put in place with you in mind. When it comes to Leasing & Property Management, let RE/MAX Rentals go to work for you.

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Hot Springs Village Community Foundation Chapter “When we can combine and reinforce the resources of caring individuals, we can literally create positive change in our community!” CW Miller, President HSV Community Foundation

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he Hot Springs Village Community Foundation was created in 1983 when local leaders formed an organization that would enhance residents’ quality of life in surrounding communities. The Community Foundation has continued to promote philanthropy through­ out the Village and has established more than 30 funds that will provide ongoing support, forever, to local causes. On June 1, 2017, Hot Springs Village Community Foundation became the Arkansas Community Foundation’s 28th affiliate office. The Hot Springs Village Community Foundation offers giving options that can positively affect the causes that mean the most to you. Smart, charitable planning can allow you to use assets such as real estate, savings, or investments to contribute to charitable causes you support. Currently, established funds are benefiting education, animal welfare, the arts, health and wellness, and veterans.

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Our options enable you to give on an ongoing basis, give to more than one organization, make a gift using non-cash assets, or redirect your gifts over time. You can involve family members in your donation, and together create a lasting legacy. You are certain to find the option that is ideal for your needs among the several simple and flexible ways to give. For additional information, please contact Kim Harrison, Executive Director of Hot Springs Village Community Foundation at 501-984-1545 or hotspringsvillage@arcf.org.

BEER Blue Canoe Brewing Co. Core Brewing Co. Damgoode Pies Brewpub Diamond Bear Brewing Co. Flyway Brewing Co. Lost Forty Brewing Rebel Kettle Brewing Refined Ale Brewery Rock Town Distillery Stone’s Throw Brewery

Vino’s Brewpub Water Buffalo & Buffalo Brewing Co.

WINE BoBrook Farms Chateau Aux Arc Vineyards & Winery Cowie Wine Cellars & Vineyards Dionysus Wine & Brew Keels Creek Winery Mount Bethel Winery Post Winery Wiederkehr Wine Cellars 23


Hot Springs Village Trails Check Out Some of These Great Ouachita Region Nature Trails! Cedar Creek Nature Trail One of the most beautiful trails in the Village, Cedar Creek Nature Trail is an excellent area to enjoy wildflowers and bird watching. The trail consists of four paths: The Bluebird Path, Mourning Dove Path, Kingfisher Path and the Cardinal Path. Bridges across Cedar Creek separate the loops, and there are several areas with benches overlooking the creek and a scenic pond. The trail is mostly level with a slight incline on the Mourning Dove Path. Two parking areas are available on Minorca Road.

Coronado Fitness Trail This is a beautiful meandering trail that connects the Coronado Fitness Center and the Coronado RV Park. In the RV Park, the trail runs along Lake Pineda Spillway as it flows into Lake Coronado.

DeSoto Marina Multipurpose Trail This path takes you along Lake DeSoto from Marina Drive to Calella Road. Parking is available at the DeSoto Marina.

DeSoto Multipurpose Trail This trail, which is mostly asphalt surface, has a variety of challenges with a few uphill climbs. Parking is available at the main trailhead, north of the fire station on Calella Road. Limited parking can be found at several street intersections along the loop.

DeSoto Park Nature Trail This is a natural surface, single track walking trail. A short section of the trail has an easy uphill grade to a bench overlook. A narrow, steep trail continues along the hillside behind Lawn Bowling then up to and across the dam before heading back down to the spillway. The trailhead and limited parking is available on DeSoto Park Lane near the DeSoto Dog Park.

DeSoto Spillway Trail This trail follows the spillway on the south side from DeSoto Park Lane to Lake DeSoto Spillway. This is a gravelsurface loop with some rocky and uneven terrain. Parking is along the side of DeSoto Park Lane near Lawn Bowling and the DeSoto Dog Park.

Hernando Trail This multipurpose trail is the longest in the Village, paralleling DeSoto Boulevard from the eastern crossing of 24

Ponce de Leon Drive to DeSoto Nature and Spillway Trails on DeSoto Park Lane near DeSoto Dog Park and Lawn Bowling. The trail offers both level walking and some challenging hills and is a favorite among cyclists. It is particularly steep on either side of Minorca Road. The trail passes Grove Park offering access to park events and the Green Market (farmers’ market). The surface is packed-gravel making it an excellent exercise trail for hikers, runners and cyclists. Mileage markers run from east to west. Parking is available at the east-end trailhead, Ponce de Leon Center/Woodlands Auditorium, Danville Road trailhead, off Cortez Road and the DeSoto Dog Park/Lawn Bowling.

Lake Balboa Spillway Trail Another great bird watching area, Lake Balboa Spillway Trail is the most open trail in the Village. It is located on and behind the embankment connecting Lake Balboa primary and secondary spillways and connects Balboa Beach to Hernando Trail at DeSoto Boulevard and Ponce de Leon Drive. Benches on the upper embankment overlook Lake Balboa. Parking access is located off Ponce de Leon Drive.

Lake Coronado Boat Ramp Trail Located at the Coronado Boat Ramp off Murillo Way, this trail borders Lake Coronado. The trail is a favored site for people who enjoy fishing and bird watching. This level trail is handicapped accessible and includes a paved path to Anglers Island. Parking is available at the Coronado Boat Ramp.

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Beaver Dam Trail, built by the HSV Audubon Society, is a unique, wetland nature trail with an abundance of wildlife. Bird signs along the trail will help you identify species you’re most likely to see. The path is located below Balboa Dam off Cloaca Road near the Animal Shelter, and it is a level path with a packed-gravel surface. The trail begins just south of the boat storage. Parking is available adjacent to Cloaca Road.

Explore Hot Springs Village


Great Eats in Hot Springs Village TANNER’S NEIGHBORHOOD BAR AND GRILL Tanner’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill offers the best in casual dining while providing a wide selection of unique American cuisine. The staff is friendly and inviting, and you can enjoy watching the game of your choice while dining on tasty food offerings in the bar area. There is also a smaller, more secluded room for private groups or more quiet seating. Tanner’s menu has something for everyone from signature salads, scrumptious sandwiches such as their famous BLT, club sandwich, or chicken tender sandwich to patron favorite burgers. The Catfish Platter does not disappoint. Think farm raised fillet served “Southern Style” which means hand breaded and deep-fried. The Broaster Chicken Platter features roasted (not deep fried) all white meat chicken. Tanner’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill, wants you to join them for Happy Hour, which happens six days a week from 3-5 p.m., with well drinks for $3.75 and domestic drafts for $2.00. Tanner’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill won first place in the 2016 Hot Springs Village Voice “Readers Choice Awards” for Dining Atmosphere! Come see why. 25255 AR 5, Suite N, Lonsdale, AR 72087, 501-915-9880 TannersNeighborhoodBarandGrill.com VILLAGE HIBACHI If you are in the mood for Sushi, Sashimi, or incredibly tasty Hibachi meals, try Village Hibachi. For those new to the Sushi experience, Sashimi is thinly sliced raw meat: usually fish, such as salmon or tuna, and it is served without rice. Contrary to popular belief Sushi is not raw fish, but rather rice with vinegar that is mixed with other ingredients, and it may or may not include raw fish. The Sashimi is an excellent choice as are the salmon, shrimp, chicken, and beef hibachi dinners. The hibachi dinners have earned the reputation as being some of the best in the Hot Springs Village and surrounding areas. Try lunch from the Hibachi Lunch Grill: select from chicken, steak, salmon, vegetable, or chicken teriyaki, among others. Your selection is served with fried rice and vegetables. Village Hibachi really aims to please all of its patrons, including prospective customers. Even if you don’t like sushi, they have great rice bowls with shrimp, chicken, salmon, or steak. Owner/Manager Eddie and his friendly, accommodating, and professional staff aim to please. His goal is to “bring the tastes of excellent Japanese Hibachi cooking to Hot Springs Village!” 4656 N Highway 7, Suites G & H, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909, 501-204-5028

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he Performing Arts Alliance was established to ensure a standard of quality in and variety of performing arts in Woodlands Auditorium for the residents of Hot Springs Village and its surrounding areas through coordinated perfor­mances according to guidelines which address technical riders, stage prepara­tion and striking, genre limitations, and booking hierarchy. 2525


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2019 Fall/Winter Escape to the Ouachitas  

Read Escape to the Ouachitas, a lifestyle magazine produced by RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village. It is packed full of fun things to do, visit,...

2019 Fall/Winter Escape to the Ouachitas  

Read Escape to the Ouachitas, a lifestyle magazine produced by RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village. It is packed full of fun things to do, visit,...