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Spring/Summer 2019


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elcome to Hot Springs Village! Spring is a beau­ tiful time to get out and explore the Ouachitas. Revel in the beauty of nature at its best in Hot Springs Village. Our hope is that you’ll use this magazine as a resource to learn more about Hot Springs Village and the region.

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Improve your swing on one of our nine world-class golf courses or get a little exercise while exploring more than 30 miles of trails. Enjoy fishing and other water sports on our 11 beautiful lakes or get involved in various sporting clubs. Whatever you enjoy, there’s a place for you here in Hot Springs Village.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ESCAPE TO THE OUACHITAS HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE Clara Nicolosi PUBLISHER Designs Group Consulting Dannet Botkin CREATIVE DIRECTORS Carol C. Smith & Dannet Botkin EDITOR/DESIGNER

Welcome..............................................................1 Restructure Design...............................................2 Club Sports...........................................................3 Arkansas Surgical Hospital.................................5 HSV Audubon.......................................................6 Hot Springs Village Facts & Figures....................7 Featured Homes for Sale.............................. 8 -11 The Saint at Isabella..........................................13

Writing by Dannet Botkin, Pam Avila, 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

Little Rock Food Scene................................14 -15 Hot Springs Food & Nightlife....................... 15 -17 Village Clubs......................................................18 Village Amenities..............................................19

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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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March 22-24, 2019 Coronado Center

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March 29-31, 2019 Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theater

Atlantic City Boys The Atlantic City Boys are four dynamic lead singers creating an exciting mix of world class vocals and interactive comedy–featuring rock-n-roll harmonies.

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Restructure Design

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estructure Design is the perfect name for the local business that specializes in helping Hot Springs Village residents turn their older home or even their new home into their “dream home.” When Alissa Oats envisioned opening her own business, it was with the intent of offering a different experience to Hot Springs Village residents who wanted to “change up” the interior of their homes. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design, Oats honed her interior design experience and knowledge in Little Rock before moving to Hot Springs Village and opening her own business in July, 2017. The HSV market intrigued her because of the diversity of the people living and moving here. Restructure Design is different because Alissa and her team take a project from concept to finished product.

DeSoto Family Recreation Area

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he DeSoto Family Recreation Area is fun for all ages featuring playground equipment, mini golf, and basketball and pickleball courts. The play­ ground, mini golf, and basketball courts are avail­able for use at no charge, but players must bring their own equipment. A covered picnic pavilion and charcoal grill are just behind the nearby DeSoto Multi­purpose Hall and are available on a first come basis.

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According to Alissa, customers often don’t know exactly what they want; they just know they don’t like what they have. Restructure Design’s team begins each project with a consultation–visiting the project site and talking about the scope of work and the customer’s vision for the project. From there, the customer’s next step is to visit the design center/ showroom. As a design/build business, with a complete design team and a construction team, Restructure Design can “take each client from concept to a finished product tailored to their specific lifestyle,” notes Oats. The Restructure Design center showcases a number of the prominent manufacturers of products including cabinets, countertops, and flooring. The goal is to show products that fit different visions and offer different price points to fit all budgets. To stay current with trends, materials, and styles, Oats attends the Kitchen and Bath Show in Las Vegas each February. As a designer, Oats’ goal is to give people their own unique design. She notes that Restructure Design “excels at not producing the same design over and over again.” Located at 127 McNeely Circle, Suite B, just off of Hwy 7 North, the Design Center is open Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Alissa suggests that appointments are best so that the correct team member can be available to help. For more information or to get inspired to make your home your dream home, contact Alissa at 501-781-0898 or alissa@restructureAR.com. Inspiration can be found on the website retructureAR.com.

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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!

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.

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

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object to position game balls as close as possible to the target ball (pallino). All equipment is provided by the Village Bocce Ball Club. 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. 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.

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 wood or composite paddles. Experts estimate there are at least three million Pickleball players in the U.S. And more than 200 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.


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ocated in west-central Arkansas, Hot Springs Village is just minutes from historic Hot Springs and less than an hour from Little Rock. Inside the gated community, you’ll find ame­ nities like nine golf courses, 11 lakes, 30 plus miles of natural trails, a fitness center, tennis center, dog park, pickleball, lawn bowling, mini golf, three beaches, bocce ball, softball club, a performing arts center and much more with Lake Ouachita, Oaklawn Gaming & Racing, Magic Springs Theme Park, shopping, and spas nearby.

Newly Renovated Suites and Office Space

Now Available for Lease Just Outside Village Gate

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illage Square of HSV, LLC, has commercial lease space available for immediate occupancy in the thriving Village Square Shopping Center. The center is located at 4501 North Highway 7 just outside the west gate of Hot Springs Village. It is positioned on the well-traveled N. Hwy. 7 corridor, long considered one of the 10 most scenic routes in the United States. Additionally, the shopping center is surrounded by well established and thriving businesses including a grocery store, restaurants, medical facilities, and retail and professional service providers. Occupants will enjoy a great location that provides excellent networking potential. Lease spaces range in size from 150 square feet—an ideal size for a remote worker, to over 1,400 square feet— well-suited for a busy professional office. Each space has been updated with fresh paint, updated finishes, new floor coverings, and energy efficient LED lighting. Take advantage of this opportunity to lease commercial space in great condition in the highly desirable and well-traveled Hot Springs Village area. Real estate professional and land developer, Michael D. Rogers, began development of Village Square Shopping Center in the late 1980s. Over a three-year period, Rogers made several offers to purchase the property outside the west gate of Hot Springs Village. In 1988, his persistence

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paid off, and his offer was finally accepted. Construction on the existing buildings was completed by the late 1990s. From this modest beginning, Rogers went on to develop Village Plaza, Village South, Redfield Center, Greenbrier Center, and the upscale Hurricane Lake Estates subdivision in Benton, Arkansas. He is still active in real estate and land development in Northwest Arkansas. Denise Posey, Property Manager, Village Square of Hot Springs Village states that “Village Square of HSV is the perfect fit for nearly any kind of business or sole proprietor.” “We feature a variety of newly renovated lease spaces in a location with great accessibility to HSV and the surrounding community.” Lease space is available for immediate occupancy in all three Village Square locations —Professional Center, Rogers Building, and Rogers Plaza. Please call 501-204-5007 now. For more information, visit the website at VillageSquare HSV.com Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ VillageSquareHSV/


Arkansas Surgical Hospital

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ecently Arkansas Surgical Hospital was recognized as the only CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) double five-star rated hospital in the state, and only one of 19 double five-star rated hospitals in the nation. Located in North Little Rock, the hospital is a physician-owned facility, which means that the decisions made at all levels are patient-focused and made by practicing physicians who are on the front lines. Arkansas Surgical Hospital, a physi­ cian-owned facility, brings some sig­nifi­cant advantages for patient’s care ac­cor­ding to some studies on this type of facility. Doctors of physician-owned hospitals are deeply involved in the admini­stration of the hospitals in which they invest. This can enhance their commitment to promoting excellent patient care. Beyond the quality of care, it has been suggested that when possible, physicians – owners and nonowners alike – tend to refer patients to physician-owned hospitals because these facilities can often offer tests and procedures at lower prices than

neighboring community hospitals. Con­sumer Reports Magazine reported that hospitals run by physicians have been shown to run more efficiently and have higher quality patient outcomes than those run by non-physicians or boards appointed by politicians and public entities. Arkansas Surgical Hospital takes great pride in patient’s, care while they are in the hospital. Some of the ways they accomplish this include having an infection rate of less than 0.5% com­ pared to the national average of 3%; a high nurse-to-patient-ratio; and hourly rounds on patients by the nursing staff– all ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) certified. For the comfort and convenience of patients and families, Arkansas Surgical Hospital provides 41 private suites that include a separate area for families, 11 state-of-the-art operating rooms, wireless internet service, and a top notch restaurant. Notes CEO Carrie Helm when talking about their patients, “We always strive to make your hospital experience as

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positive as possible. Our number one priority is getting you back home to do what you love to do.” For more information, visit their website ArkSurgicalHospital.com.

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right and beautiful, Sum­mer Tanagers make their home in Hot Springs Village during the breeding season. They are medium size, chunky songbirds, with a large bill and robin-like song. The male is the only Summer Tanager, male totally red bird in North Photo by Vic Prislipsky America, while the female is mustard colored, and slightly smaller than the male. You may not see them at your feeders. They prefer to be mid-way or high in the trees, darting through the leafy green, catching insects on the fly. Summer Tanagers may be tempted with suet or water sources, but they dine primarily on insects: beetles, wasps, dragonflies, grubs, cicadas, grasshoppers, ants, caterpillars,

weevils, and spiders. They also eat fruits, especially in prepara­ tion for the long migration into Mexico, Central and South America. The North American population, across the southern states, has remained generally stable over the last 20 years; and the oldest recorded Summer Tanager was 7 yrs, 11 months. HSV Audubon invites you to learn and enjoy more at hsvbirds.org or call Norma Wall at 214-212-6770.

30+ Miles of Trails

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iscover Hot Springs Village –It’s a wonderful place for active living. Established in 1970, the Village is one of the top recreation and retirement communities in the nation. We invite you to experience firsthand the natural beauty of Hot Springs Village nestled in the Ouachita Mountains, on our more than 30 miles of nature trails. Walk, ride, run or even drive a golf cart along paths that have been designed to showcase the Village’s flora and fauna, lakes, and mountains. No matter your activity level, there’s a trail perfect for you. All walking trails are pet-friendly.

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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).

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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)


501-984-1982 kayarsenault@gmail.com

$499,000 MLS# 18012895 Teamed with Jane Hollansworth

146 Mesero Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 4 Bed / 3.5 Bath, 3163 Sq. Ft.

Teamed with Jane Hollansworth

Pat Bollier, Realtor® 501-425-0134 PatBollier.com

$279,900 MLS# 18022369

39 Victoria Lane, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2 Bath, 2300 Sq. Ft.

Wanda Bonner, Realtor® 501-984-2101 WandaBonner.com

$170,000 MLS# 18017672

8 Ochavo Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2 Bath, 2124 Sq. Ft.

Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale

Kay Arsenault, Realtor®

Susie Burns, Realtor® 501-922-8989 SusieBurnsHSV.com

$199,900 MLS# 19001334

50 Calderon Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath, 2100 Sq. Ft.

501-620-6163 RayClemHSV.com

$146,000 MLS# 18035156 8

25 Gandesa Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2 Bath, 1635 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 $370,000 MLS# 18027419

31 Empinado Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 3 Bath, 3877 Sq. Ft.

Nancy Cross, Realtor速 501-922-8331 NancyCross.net

$385,000 MLS# 18038718

8 Amable Lane, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath, 2787 Sq. Ft.

Linda Forry, Realtor速 501-922-8991 HotSpringsVillageLiving.com

$165,000 MLS# 18034152

15 Gorrion Lane, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath, 1955 Sq. Ft.

Mike Griffin, Realtor速 501-282-3333 AskMikeGriffin.com

$205,000 MLS# 19000492

20 Esmeralda Place, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 5 Bed / 3 Bath, 1888 Sq. Ft.

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

$399,900 MLS# 18027770 9

608 Race Track Rd, Benton, AR 72019 4 Bed / 3 Bath, 3307 Sq. Ft.


501-922-7050 hsvrmx@ipa.net $695,000 MLS# 18026594

20 Excelso Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath, 4843 Sq. Ft.

Jane Hollansworth with Darla & Laura, Realtors速 501-922-8177 janeholl@ipa.net $359,900 MLS# 18022589

20 Oviedo Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath, 2850 Sq. Ft.

Karen Kagebein, Realtor速 870-995-3417 kmkagebein@gmail.com

$121,500 MLS# 18033051

117 Kingsbrook Street, Hot Springs, AR 71901 4 Bed / 2 Bath, 1920 Sq. Ft.

Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale

Charlotte Hitchens, Executive Broker

Brenda Langley, Realtor速 501-922-3777 blangley100@icloud.com 19 Asombroso Lane 3 Bed / 2 Bath, 2,250 Sq. Ft. $289,000 MLS# 19001537

Teamed with Jane Hollansworth

501-226-8360 KarenSellsHSV.com Springs Village, AR 71909 5 Bed / 3.5 Bath, 2,859 sq. Ft. $495,000 MLS# 18036532 10

Teamed with Jane Hollansworth

Hot Springs Village

Karen Mallonee, Realtor速


Hot Springs Village Homes for Sale Hot Springs Village

Alissa Nead, Associate Broker CRS, GRI, SFR 734-377-3600 AlissaNead@remax.net $299,000 MLS# 18037635

3 Ola Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 4 Bed / 4 Bath 3, 768 Sq. Ft.

Anthony Nicolosi, Executive Broker 501-984-1432 Anthony_nicolosi@hotmail.com $94,900 MLS# 18036340

2 Zamora Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 2 Bed / 1.5 Bath, 1466 Sq. Ft.

Kathy & Jon Sherman, Realtors® 501-922-8277 TeamShermanHSV.com $439,900 MLS# 18005696

420 Maderas Drive, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 3 Bath, 3520 Sq. Ft.

Modine Spruell, Realtor® 501-922-7741 modine@ymail.com

$520,000 MLS# 18020333

29 Lejos Lane, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 4 Bed / 3.5 Bath, 3912 Sq. Ft.

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

$200,000 MLS# 18036208 11

24 Belleza Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 3 Bed / 2 Bath, 1833 Sq. Ft.


Swing Thru, Dive In or Hike It!

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o matter your golf skill level or hobby, Hot Springs Village offers something for everyone!

Balboa: 501-922-1504

18-Hole Course

Granada: 501-922-3095

18-Hole Course

Coronado: 501-922-2355

Executive Course

Isabella: 501-922-5505

27-Hole Course

Cortez: 501-922-1590

18-Hole Course

Magellan: 501-922-4497

18-Hole Course

DeSoto: 501-922-0001

18-Hole Course

Ponce de Leon: 501-922-4250

18-Hole Course

Diamante: 501-922-1114

Private 18-Hole Course

LOVE OUR LAKES

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alboa Marina offers boat rentals, kayak and paddle boat rentals, sunset cruises, snacks, and refreshments: 501-922-3435.

Call RE/MAX to Book Your Vacation Rental & Home.

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 cafĂŠ with great food and refreshments: 501-922-5511. 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

John & Mildred Cooper Nature Preserve Trail System

Coronado Boat Ramp Trail:

0.35 Mile

Magellan Beaver Dam Trail:

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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HSV Trails

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ike, bike, walk, or run the over 30+ miles of nature trails in Hot Springs Village.


The Saint at Isabella

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he Saint at Isabella, located in the Isabella Clubhouse, pro­vides a gorgeous setting for delightful and authentic Cajun cuisine. Alanna Hernandez, who has extensive experience in corporate fine dining establishments, operates the restau­ rant. She exclaims, “It is an honor to be a part of this great community,” and plans to show her gratitude by providing outstanding service. Pop into The Saint at Isabella for break­fast before your tee time. Enjoy

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VILLAGE AMERICAN

French toast, pancakes, or Saints on Shingles (scram­bled eggs, andouille sausage, hash browns, and gravy on Texas toast). Savor a leisurely Sunday brunch: Shrimp and grits, migas (scrambled eggs, melted cheese, tortillas, and salsa), and the signa­ ture Eggs Isabella (Texas toast, grilled ham, poached egg, melted Swiss, car­amelized onions, and drizzled hol­ lan­daise) all await you. For lunch, pay homage to the Razor­ backs by enjoying Razorback tacos (tortillas stuffed with pulled pork, grilled

EATS

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 Last Chance Lakeside Café: 488 Ponce de Leon Drive, 501-9224870, LastChanceHSV.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 13

Cajun Food in Hot Springs Village

jalapeños, cheddar cheese, and coleslaw.) The jumbo shrimp and catfish fillets are cooked to perfection and are customer favorites. Enjoy an ice-cold beer or cock­ tail of choice from the bar. End your meal with the bread pudding– topped with homemade whiskey sauce, vanilla ice cream, and toasted pecans. Or, ask about the daily dessert choices courtesy of Melinda’s Coffee Corner. 110 Iniciador Way, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909, 501-226-3334. TheSaintHSV.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

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 Domino’s Pizza: 4656 N Hwy 7, 501-915-9595, Dominos.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


Kick it Up in Little Rock

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ajun’s Wharf in Little Rock has managed to remain current, fresh, and yes, trendy despite being open for over 30 years! One of the ways they maintain their vitality is by offering delectable seafood dishes using fish caught less than 24 hours earlier. That provides longtime fans of Cajun’s something new to try on a consistent basis, and also allows them to serve up the freshest seafood possible in a landlocked state. “Every night around 10 p.m., we get a report from our seafood provider about what fish was caught that day,” owner Mary Beth Ringgold says. “They immediately ship it and it is here at 2 p.m. the next day.” Simply put, that means your coconut-pecan encrusted tilapia, Captain’s Oscar, grouper, or char-grilled salmon will be extraordinary. Allow your taste buds to guide you through their varied menu selections. After your entrée, pick a heavenly dessert, among the offerings are Bailey’s Irish Cream and chocolate chip cheesecake, chocolate crème brûlée, and chocolate ganache key lime pie. Enjoy with your favorite libation, and you and your taste buds will delight. 2400 Cantrell Rd, Little Rock, AR 72202-2114, 501-375-5351 CajunsWharf.com

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ew Orleans native Ed David has been operating The Faded Rose since 1982. The David family, which includes wife Laurie and their son Zac, have perfected their particular brand of south Louisiana classics, delighting diners across the generations. When the restaurant first opened, Ed was gone a lot due to work, and Laurie remembers an exchange with then-three-year-old Zac . . . “Do you know who loves you?” Zac replied, “Yeah, you and that man at the Faded Rose.” They spent more time with Zac, but he became a part of the restaurant, too, enjoying his favorite meals and playing games with customers. Whether you come for their tasty selection of burgers and sandwiches, including The Faded Rose’s take on the classic hamburger and cheeseburger, or an amazing entrée such as Rose’s Prime Rib, you are certain to experience taste-bud heaven! Sip a glass or two of your favorite vino, and enjoy the ambiance, grace, and endearing charm of a decades old family business still going strong in the city! 1619 Rebsamen Park Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202, (501) 663-9734 TheFadedRose.com

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uring your next visit to Little Rock, plan to dine at The Oyster Bar, located in Little Rock’s Historic Stifft Station/Hillcrest neighborhood. The Oyster Bar has perfected the art of Cajun style cuisine! Entrees such as their legendary Shrimp Gumbo and Shrimp Etouffee, and authentic, tasty Po-boys (fried gulf oysters and grilled Mahi-Mahi among others) will make you think you are dining in the Big Easy! For dessert, how about frozen and fabulous Ice Box Pies? House-made Chocolate Peanut Butter and Key Lime are always available, and the Oyster Bar suggests patrons ask about seasonal flavor offerings. The Oyster Bar associate and server, Virginia, encourages regular patrons and new diners alike to make The Oyster Bar the site for their next party, stating, “We’ll take care of the hassle so you can have the fun!” With the private party room seating up to 50 people, a big screen TV/DVD, shrimp by the boatload, and oysters by the bushel, Virginia certainly makes a compelling case. 3003 West Markham Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205, 501-666-7100 LrOysterbar.com

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hen asked to describe Maddie’s Place, Owner/Executive Chef Brian Deloney says, “It is a fun, casual restaurant with southern food influenced by New Orleans.” He adds that the signature dish is the shrimp and grits. Try a crowd favorite Po-Boy: They are served on Leidenheimer French bread and dressed with remoulade or mayonnaise, shaved lettuce and tomato, served with potato chips and a house pickle. You can choose from grilled shrimp or catfish, roast beef with horseradish aioli, fried catfish, crawfish, oyster or shrimp, hamburger, homemade hot sausage, or smoked turkey. Cajun inspired entrees include seared red fish with garlic grits, green beans, and crawfish étouffée sauce; shrimp and smoked cheddar grits with andouille sausage reduction; and crispy Mississippi catfish with slow-cooked greens, blackeyed peas, and creole tomato glaze. Maddie’s Place offers a wide selection of both white and red wines. Find the perfect selection to enhance your entrée. Dessert, anyone? Indulge in bread pudding with spiced rum sauce, pecan or peanut butter chocolate pie with caramel sauce, or banana pudding parfait. 1615 Rebsamen Park Road, Little Rock, AR 72202, 501-660-4040 MaddiesPlacelr.com

Enjoy the Nightlife in Hot Springs The Big Chill is a cozy hangout for Bubba Brew’s is a local brewery on Martini’s on the Bay is located above cocktails, grub, and live bands playing Lake Hamilton offering karaoke and the Back Porch Grill Restaurant on blues, rock, and country. bar food. Lake Hamilton.

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Hot Springs Food Scene

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at Jack’s Oyster Sports Bar & Grill is a landmark in Hot Springs, Arkansas. It probably would not be much of a stretch to say they are “legendary.” Well-renowned for serving the best oysters in Arkansas, Fat Jacks is also a great sports bar. Thanks to the culinary team of James and Meredith Mills, you can count on awesome Cajun spices and seasonings resona­ting through their crab cakes, shrimp, gumbo, étouffée, and red beans and rice. Want to further delight your taste buds? How about an appetizer named ‘Natchitoches meat pies’? These are spicy, mini meat pies made with home­ made Remoulade sauce. Yum! You can also choose from some great sandwich options, among them are the “American Pharaoh” Reuben: a toasted rye bread filled with corned beef, sauer­ kraut and cheese; and the “Pat Day” Sandwich: a chicken filet (grilled or fried), topped with mozzarella cheese, mushrooms and onions. There are great options for the 12 and under set. Kids can enjoy chicken or fish basket, grilled cheese sandwich, or nachos. Fat Jacks is also a venue for music and weekly karaoke. They host the annual Karaoke World Championship Qualifiers. Make sure to check their Facebook page for details on this, as well as for updates on entertainment offerings. 101 Central Avenue, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901, 501-623-5225 FatJacksHotsprings.com

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ajun Boilers menu features a variety of classic favorites. Whether you are visiting for lunch or dinner, you are sure to find something to please everyone in your party. Select an appetizer of fried alligator bites (dusted with a blend of pepper and spices, coated with a light corn flour batter, and fried to a golden crisp, served with cocktail sauce). Perhaps the peel and eat shrimp, or a sampler platter (choose from fried zucchini, breaded mushrooms, cheese sticks, fried gator, calamari, fried pickles, popcorn shrimp, fried crawfish, and three-cheese jalapeno chicken bites) will satisfy your taste buds. The Crab Cake Supreme is a culinary masterpiece. It is two crab cakes topped with Crawfish Etouffee. The Cajun Crawfish is a bountiful serving of Cajun-style fried crawfish tails. Certain to please are the deep-fried gulf oysters that are dipped in corn meal batter and fried to a crisp golden brown. In addition to mouth-watering Cajun classics, what else makes Cajun Boilers so popular with its fans? Perhaps restaurant team member, Michelle has the ultimate response, “We aim to deliver quality service even when we have a restaurant packed with hungry patrons!” 2806 Albert Pike Road, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913, 501-767-5695 CajunBoilers.com

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olf Nutrition in Hot Springs, Arkansas, wants to help you get healthy in the most deli­ cious 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 preworkout, 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 be­ tween 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


Jamming Food & Fun

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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. 501 Prime has a fine (and ever expanding) 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, 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. 215 E. Grand Ave. Hot Springs, AR, 71901, 501-623-0202

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.

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Over 200+ Clubs & Organizations in HSV LADY DUFFERS GOLF LEAGUE: Established in 1974, the HSV Lady Duffers play 9 holes of golf every Wednesday, April through October, at Coronado Golf Course. The 300-member league includes players of all skill levels, from beginners who have never picked up a golf club before to seasoned veterans of the game. The main focus is to make new friends while enjoying a fun-filled game of golf. For more information, contact Marian LaVelle, President, 501-209-2435, marian.lavelle@yahoo.com or visit their website, HSVLadyDuffer.com. DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (DAR): The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), founded in 1890, is a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women’s service organization. The Akansa Chapter in Hot Springs Village is just one of 43 chapters in the state of Arkansas. All are committed to serving their communities through activities that promote patriotism, preserve American history, and secure America’s future through better education. Akansa Chapter meets on the first Saturday of the month, September through May. Meetings are at Woodlands Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. Fellowship is at 9:30 a.m. and the meeting begins at 10:00 a.m. Guests are welcome! Their activities are many and varied, reflecting the overall objectives of the national organization. From visiting local schools during Constitution Week to educate students, to providing Arkansas vets in VA care with a shoe box filled with goodies at Christmas, to making hats for veterans and American Indians in Oregon, the Akansa Chapter stays busy and focused. For more information on DAR and membership, contact Peggy Cara, pgcara@suddenlink.net, 501-922-3140, and visit the primary website at DAR.org or the state website at Arkansas-DAR.org. HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE EVENING

LIONS CLUB: The Hot Springs Village Evening Lions Club, the first civic club formed in the Village and the largest Lions Club in Arkansas, is a group of service-minded men and women who are interested in improving their Village community. The Club includes young people, families, seniors, and baby boomers alike. Since it began in 1972, the local Lions have raised over $1,500,000 to support organizations, both locally and regionally, that help the sight and hearing impaired and promote diabetes awareness, youth activities, and other civic needs. If you are looking for a place to have an important impact on the community, serve those less fortunate, and enjoy the camaraderie and fellowship of the club’s members, you are welcome and needed at the Evening Lions Club. The group meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month in Room 6 of the Coronado Center, 150 Ponderosa Lane. At 5:00 p.m. there is a social hour and dinner with the meeting beginning at 6:00 p.m. For more information, visit their website at HotSpringsVillageLionsClub.com. 18

BEBOPPERS CLUB: Remember the “oldies but goodies” . . . the music from American Bandstand . . . sock hops? Once a month, the Hot Springs Village Beboppers bring the music from the 50’s and 60’s to those residents who still love to kick up their heels and dance. Many Villagers grew up dancing to Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, Johnny Mathis, the Ev­ erly Brothers, and Elvis Presley. Thanks to the Beboppers, for only $5, you can do it once a month, from 5:30 – 9:00 p.m. at the Corona­ do Center. There’s a cash bar, and everyone is wel­ come to bring snacks. For the calendar of com­ ing dances, contact the Beboppers founders, Chuck or Joyce Allen, at 501-209-0817 or cjal­ len@suddenlink.net.


So Many Amenities . . . 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 and 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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he RV Park is in a rural setting with lots of trees. It has twelve parking pads available to selfcontained recreational vehicles. The park is open year-round 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.

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Spas and Shopping

LOVE ZEN AROMATHERAPY LOUNGE Love Zen Aromatherapy Lounge is your personal oasis of serenity with its very relaxing atmosphere and amazing staff who aim to please. Delight your soul with a full-body Electric Shiatsu Massage, or soothe your tired soles with a foot massage. Love Zen provides an aromatherapy infused atmosphere with the enhanced calming boost of Himalayan salt rock lamps. This naturally stress-free environment is the perfect setting for the exhausted, stressed out, or simply overwhelmed among us. Established in 2018, Love Zen is owned and operated by Jamie D. Wanting, who wanted to “inspire people and give the community an outlet to relax and be truly happy.” 610 Central Avenue, Suite B, Hot Springs, AR 71901, 501-400-0337 LoveZenHotSprings.com

ZENSATIONS SPA Need some more ZEN in your life? ZENsations Spa, located in beautiful downtown Hot Springs, offers Therapeutic Massage for Health and Wellness, and it can be your oasis of relaxation and tranquility. Five good reasons to schedule your next massage: Relieve stress, reduce muscle tension, improve sleep, lower blood pressure, and improve overall general well-being. ZENsations Spa services include: Deep Tissue, Custom Therapeutic, Hot Stones, Aromatherapy, pain free deep tissue massage, fibromyalgia massage (with essential oils), and more. 320 Ouachita Ave., Hot Springs, AR 71901, 501-625-1795

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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 the Hot Springs Mall. Come take a dip in Hot Springs where the water is hot and treasures await.

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OXY-ZEN Ms. Esner is proud to say that “OxyZen is the ONLY oxygen bar in the state of Arkansas. Customers can come in with migraines, sinus congestion, sleep deprivation and get the natural benefits of oxygen.” A favorite customer experience is the Aqua Massage which employs a machine that uses water pressure to massage the body. Customers can control the pressure used by selecting from seven settings. There are soundproof headphones available that play peaceful music. Enjoy an Oxygen Bar session: The oxygen bar is set up with a machine at each session. There are four different flavors to use individually or as a combination. Customers can also have an eStem Massage while breathing the oxygen. De-stress, rejuvenate, and refresh today at Oxy-Zen. 328 Central Ave, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901, 501-623-2777 HotSpringsOxygenSpa.com


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Swing Thru Hot Springs Village Golf Courses DESOTO GOLF COURSE

DeSoto Golf Course

DeSoto Golf Club is a great choice for families. The course, which was recently renovated, opened in 1972 as Hot Springs Village’s first golf course. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, the 18-hole course has three finishing holes and includes two par 5s and a par 4. DeSoto also includes a driving range and putting green.

Ponce de Leon Golf Course

Cortez Golf Course

PONCE DE LEON GOLF COURSE Consistently ranked in the state’s top ten courses by Golf Digest and Arkansas Business Journal, Ponce de Leon Golf Club is a favorite among golfers. Ponce’s 18-hole golf course also includes a putting green and short game area.

CORTEZ GOLF COURSE Play Hot Springs Village Golf! Cortez Golf Club, designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, offers elevation changes, water hazards, and five sets of tees that will keep most players happy. Cortez’s No. 10 is considered one of the toughest holes in HSV and No. 17 is breathtaking. The course features a driving range and putting green.

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Coronado Golf Course

Short on time, but still want to play golf? Then Coronado Golf Club’s executive-length par-62 golf course is just the place. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, it is the only executive length course in Hot Springs Village. Although Coronado does not have sand bunkers, the course is as challenging from 150 yards as any other HSV course. Coronado also offers a putting green.


No Two Holes or Courses Are the Same MAGELLAN GOLF COURSE Magellan Golf Club is one of the best practice facilities in Hot Springs Village. Magellan was originally opened as a three-hole golf school and includes an 18-hole golf course, a large driving range, putting green, and several short game areas.

Magellan Golf Course

Granada Golf Course

GRANADA GOLF COURSE Ranked as one of the 10 best golf courses in the state by Golf Digest, Granada Golf Club is also known to be one of the most beautiful courses in Hot Springs Village. Enjoy the view of the waterfall meandering along the fairway of No. 18. The course, designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, includes par 3s, 4s and 5s. Granada also has a driving range, putting green, and short game area.

BALBOA GOLF COURSE Practice your swing on Balboa Golf Club’s walker-friendly course. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Balboa’s wide fairways and few elevation changes offer walkers a great place to take a stroll while getting in a game. Water hazards, bunkers, and par 3s offer some challenges. Balboa’s 18-hole golf course includes a driving range, putting green, and short game area.

ISABELLA GOLF COURSE Isabella Golf Course in Hot Springs Village was Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates. The course is fun for both novice and professional, offering three nine-hole rotations – Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria – for a total of 27 holes of play. Ranked as the No. 1 course in Arkansas by Golf Digest, Isabella has plenty of twists, turns and elevation changes to bring challenges to the game. The course also has a driving range, putting green, and short game area.

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Balboa Golf Course

Isabella Golf Course


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ometimes opportunity presents itself on the heels of tragedy. Greg Jones, owner - manager of the highly successful and innovative Beehive Neighborhood Hangout in Hot Springs Village, has led the development of the new Balboa Marina and new eatery, Balboa Lakeside, to replace the marina that burned to the ground in 2018. Currently with limited operation, the new marina should be fully operational in time for Memorial Day and will offer the requisite gasoline for boaters, as well as offering kayak and pontoon boat rentals by the hour or day, plus fishing boat rentals. Bait and Arkansas Game and Fish Licenses will also be available. Most of these services are currently available at the marina in a limited capacity until construction is complete. As a special touch, Balboa Marina will be offering concierge service to tenants of the boat slips to assist in provisioning their boats for use this summer. The marina will offer cleaning services, fuel service, and general cleanup to

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make it easier for slip tenants to use their boats, potentially eliminating the “little red wagon” most people bring to get ready to use their boats. Balboa Lakeside Grill & Store, set to officially open on Memorial Day, will offer imaginative “beach-y” foods including burgers, tacos, salads, and sandwiches made from fresh ingredients and locally sourced when possible. Seating will be available on the large lakeside deck. The store located inside will offer a wide variety of items including dairy products, limited groceries, bread, produce (local when available), and other standard convenience store items. The store will be open every day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., and the grill will be open from April through October. If the Beehive Neighborhood Hangout is any example, HSV residents can look forward to excellent service, creative ideas, exciting events, and happy customers at the new Balboa Marina and Balboa Lakeside.


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Check Out Some of These Great Ouachita Region Nature Trails! Cedar Glades Trail – 10 Miles Beginner to Intermediate Mountain Biking

Iron Mountain Trail – 21.5 Miles Beginner to Intermediate Mountain Biking

Lake Ouachita Vista Trial (Lovit) – 45 Miles IMBA EPIC Intermediate Mountain Biking

NEW Northwoods Trail System – 44.6 Miles IMBA Mountain Biking “The city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, is poised to become the nation’s next mountain bike destination,” said Trail Spe­ cialist, Joey Klein, of the International Mountain Biking 25

Association’s Trail Solutions program. “Hot Springs is sur­ rounded by ample forested hillsides and pristine waterways. Cedar Glades Park and the new Northwoods Park will be connected by trails, all of which will be designed to be completely accessible from town. IMBA Trail Solutions plans to showcase the varied terrain, offering many trail experiences to all skill levels.”

Ouachita National Recreation Trail – 108 Miles IMBA EPIC Intermediate to Advanced Mountain Biking Superlift Off-Road Vehicle Park Beginner to Competition

Womble Trail – 33 Miles IMBA EPIC Intermediate Mountain Biking Source: HotSprings.org


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