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There are so many things to do in Hot Springs Village!

Hot Springs Village is home to more than 200 clubs and organizations for almost every hobby and personal interest you can imagine. Card clubs, arts and crafts clubs, dance clubs, women’s organizations, and so much more.


With 11 recreational lakes, Hot Springs Village is a community of lakes surrounded by land. Amenities include swimming beaches, covered pavilions and two full-service marinas. The lakes offer a variety of fun activities like fishing, swimming, paddleboarding, canoeing, kayaking, boating and skiing.
Hot Springs Village has two marinas: Balboa Marina and DeSoto Marina. The marinas offer pontoon boat, kayak, and paddle board rentals. You can also purchase fishing gear, snacks, drinks and more.
DeSoto Marina – (501) 922-5511 DeSoto Marina is a full-service marina, owned and operated by the POA. A pontoon boat, paddle boards, canoe, kayaks, pedal boat, and CORCLs are available for rent by the hour, half day or full day. Staff at the marina also provide instructions for novices. DeSoto Marina offers specialty coffees, smoothies, and sandwiches which can be enjoyed on the deck overlooking the lake. Sunrise and sunset cruises are available in season. The marina is open seasonally from March through November.
Balboa Marina – (501) 922-3435 The Balboa Marina has everything you’ll need to spend a day on the water from boat rentals to snacks. It has both covered and non-covered slip rentals on a permanent or part-time basis as well as live bait and tackle supplies. Be sure to ask about their sunset tours.

Golf Courses

Hot Springs Village May be best known for it’s nine world class golf courses. Play every day of the week and never play the same hole twice!
For tee times please contact 501-922-2858.

See this page for a list of our renowned golf courses in Hot Springs Village:


One of Hot Springs Village is fastest growing recreational activities is pickleball!
Our brand new pickleball facility has 14 premier courts or all ages and skill levels. See this page for more info.
209 Desoto Blvd. • 501-984-0468
Hot Springs Village has two beaches with marked swimming areas. Beaches do not have lifeguards and are swim at your own risk.
Balboa Beach – 476 Ponce de Leon Drive
Balboa Beach is the largest beach and features a sand surface. There are four shade shelters available for rent throughout the season that feature picnic tables and a grill. Balboa Shade Shelters – (501) 922-5050
DeSoto Beach – 26 Seville Lane
DeSoto Beach is pea gravel and has picnic tables and grills. Located off neighborhood streets, DeSoto Beach provides a wide view of Lake DeSoto and is located next to the spillway and DeSoto Spillway Trail.

Hot Springs Village offers incredible bocce ball and lawn bowling facilities. Both are located at 200 De Soto Park Lane.

The Coronado fitness center is a full service work out facility with full cardio and weight training equipment. It also houses an indoor track, indoor pool, sauna, steam room, and personal trainers.

Coronado Tennis Center

Coronado tennis Center offers a 13 court complex. There are mixed leagues, men’s and women’s doubles, also junior tennis and USTA adult leagues. The clubhouse features a pro shop, lounge, and a kitchen.
160 Ponderosa Lane
Hot Springs Village, AR 71909
(501) 922-1230

Outdoor Pool

The outdoor pool features 2,900 square feet of water fun. The zero-entry pool has a large open area for play, spray jets, in-water bench seating, and deck diving in the deep end. The deck features a mix of shade and sun options and the building has restrooms and a snack bar.

Contact Information

205 DeSoto Boulevard


Hot Springs Village has over 30 miles of scenic nature trails for walking, hiking or biking. All trails beautifully maintained are easily marked.

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