This is the place to go to unplug, recharge, and reconnect with a significant other. The tubs were great, the massages fabulous, the people friendly, the cabins cute, and the silence amazing. The only drawback is a foam mat to sleep on in the cabin beds (I'm taking an air mattress next time). For those that complain...look Hot Springs is not New York or Las Vegas. If you want Gold Plated faucets and people that pander to your every wimper go there. If you actually want to hear yourself think and hold a conversation with the person you traveled with go to Hot Springs. The town is 650 people at best. It's one main street, a couple restaraunts, a gas station, and yes God Bless It a train! Yes, the campground gets dirty and muddy when it rains, but from most campgrounds I've stayed in that tends to happen. My Husband and I stayed for 2 days cooked out in the fire ring, talked with our neighbors, watched the dogs and kids run around and generally had a great time watching the river flow by. Maybe this isn't for everyone, but I'm going back the first chance I get.
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- Hot Springs Hotel Hot Springs