Hot Springs National Park KOA Holiday Review

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The Hot Springs National Park KOA is a great location to set up camp while exploring Hot Springs, Arkansas. This campground is easily accessible from the highway and is located just minutes from Hot Springs National Park.

Found in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains it is a quick 10-minute drive to the National Park. In addition to rejuvenating in the Park’s natural hot springs, you can easily enjoy the historic city of Hot Springs. 

As a holiday-level KOA,  it offers plenty to do while at camp. In addition, it is a great place to relax and enjoy your RV travel time. To learn more about KOA campgrounds, and why we recommend them, check out our KOA blog post.

Hot Springs National Park KOA
Hot Springs National Park KOA

Hot Springs National Park KOA Holiday Location

From the NORTH: Take HWY 7 to 7S; Turn left, follow 1.5 miles to HWY 70B; Turn left onto Service Road, and follow for 2 miles to KOA.
From the EAST: Take HWY 70W to HWY 70B {DO NOT TAKE Exit 6 (70W to 270W)} Follow 70B to EXIT 4, then 3/4 mile west on Service Road to KOA.
From the WEST: Take HWY 270/70 EAST. Follow HWY 70 to EXIT 11B-Grand Ave W – Follow 70B to EXIT 4, then 3/4 mile west on Service Road to KOA.
FROM SOUTH & WEST via I-30: Exit 98B; Follow HWY 270 West 13 miles to HWY 70E. Enter HWY 70E to EXIT 11B (Grand Ave West). Follow Grand Ave/70B to EXIT 4, then 3/4 mile west on Service Road to KOA.

Campground Amenities 

Hot Springs National Park KOA Holiday Review
Homemade Donuts | Hot Springs KOA

The Hot Springs National Park KOA offers many of the amenities you would expect from the KOA brand.

The campground doies offer a shuttle to the Hot Springs National Park for a small fee.

 

  • Full RV Hook-ups with 50 amp service.
  • Offers sites up to 70″ in length.
  • On-site swimming pool.
  • Grandpas Griddle (weekends during peak season) offers amazing breakfast.
  • 18 hole mini-golf

 

Campground Review 

This park was very well kept during our stay. The pool was a great place to relax after exploring Hot Springs during the hot summer while we were there.

Our site was close to the main roadway. However, there was very little noise, and it was not an issue for us at all. It was well kept and large enough for all of us.

The staff was more than helpful and very kind They gave us some great tips for visiting Hot Springs National Park and the surrounding area.

The biggest benefit in our opinion is the shuttle that runs from the KOA to the entrance to the National Park. It is a quick 10-minute or so drive, and drop off and pick up is very simple.

Our Hot Springs National Park KOA Experience

Hot Springs National Park Entrance
Hot Springs National Park Entrance

The Hot Springs National Park KOA was a two-night stop over for us on our cross-country trip to Big Bend N.P.  

After a 400+ mile drive from Nashville, we were happy to set up camp here. After a good night’s rest, we spent the next day exploring the city of Hot Springs, and the National Park.

Hot Springs National Park is one of the most unique parks in the NPS system. It is situated right in the middle of the city. In addition to its famed Bath Hosue row, there are hiking trails and other great sites. There are hiking trails that will take you right to the 216-foot Hot Springs Tower which offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.

Hot Springs N.P. is also the only National Park with its own brewery right on site.

We highly recommend adding the area to you.

Of course, the Hot Springs National Park KOA is a fantastic place to set up camp.

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Have you ever visited the Hot Springs National Park, or stayed at the Hot Springs National Park KOA? How was your experience? Do you have any tips for other travelers looking to visit the area? 

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So far we have RV camped in 33 different States, visited 14 National Parks, and 17 National Park Sites. 

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