- TripBuzz discovered 48 different types of activities for couples in the Hot Springs area, including National & State Parks (like Hot Springs National Park), Horseback Riding (like Panther Valley Ranch), Specialty Museums (like Gangster Museum of America) and Off Road & ATV (like Superlift Off Road Vehicle Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 32 date ideas in or near Hot Springs, Arkansas, including 4 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Arkadelphia, Jessieville and Benton.
The Arkansas Art Center features drawings by many artists including Peter Takal, Paul Signac, and Will Barnet. The center also features contemporary crafts including baskets, ceramics, fiber, furniture, glass and jewelry, along with paintings, photographs, and prints.
77% 926 votes
Route 1 - Box 364, Murfreesboro, AR 71958 MoreLess Info
Arkansas Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only diamond mine in America opened to the public. Besides the digging area, in here can also be found camping sites, 2,4 mile-long trails, a water park and wildlife observation blinds.
Segway of Arkansas offers Segway tours of Arkansas Arts Center, Clinton Presidential Center and Park, Heifer International, Historic Arkansas Museum, MacArthur Park and Riverfront Park. The company also sells Segways.
96% 80 votes
400 W Broadway, North Little Rock, AR MoreLess Info
There's nothing better than a ball park frank while enjoying a game at Arkansas Travelers, Dickey Stephens Park. Talented teams, clean and high capacity stadiums, and delicious food have fans coming back every season.
89% 150 votes
Downtown Little Rock River Market, Little Rock, AR 72201 MoreLess Info
Get outside and enjoy the scenery while you traverse the expansive, 88-mile Arkansas River Trail. This trail connects 38 parks, 6 museums, and thousands of acres of parkland for bikers, hikers, and others who want to enjoy the Natural State.
77% 938 votes
209 State Park Road, Murfreesboro, AR 71958 MoreLess Info
For travelers looking for something different, the Crater of Diamonds State Park is a great stop for tourists of all ages. The park allows visitors to learn the diamond mining process and search for treasures themselves.