When is the best time to visit Hot Springs National Park?

I’ve been looking into taking a trip to Hot Springs for a few years now, but I haven’t been able to figure out the best time to go—and I don’t know anyone who’s been. Any advice on when I should plan my trip?

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Answer provided by
Olivia Rose
Answered on May 11, 2022
We definitely support a trip to Hot Springs—it’s a popular destination for a reason!
The best times to visit Hot Springs National Park are in the spring (February to April) and fall (August to October) when you’ll get to enjoy the water attractions and moderate weather.
Visiting in early spring before the temperatures are warmer will allow you to avoid tourist-season crowds. Summer is also a nice time to visit, but you’ll experience way more crowds and have to deal with higher prices for lodging.
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