Parks

Interactive Map to Parks & City Facilities

Park Reservations

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Parks Master Plan


Brookside Park
S. River Street (Opposite 315 S. River Street)
Playground area, picnic tables and footbridges. Seasonal restroom. Fall River and the Freedom Trail run through this park area.  Places for swimming, wading, and tubing can be found along Fall River.
Butler Park
Between S. 11th and S. 14th Streets
Playground area, skateboard park, tennis court, basketball court, baseball and softball fields, soccer fields, restrooms, two shelters, outdoor grill and picnic tables, concession building, long walking paths. Public library located at south of park on Library Drive.
Centennial Park
Between N. Garden Street & N. River Street
Located in the middle of town, easily accessible by footbridge and traffic bridge. Fountain, two shelters, 8 picnic tables, public restrooms. Fall River and Fall River Freedom Trail run beside it and the walking trail connects to Kidney Springs Park which has a natural spring coming from the side of the hill under a gazebo. Recently built covered stage allows public performances during events.
Chautauqua Park
Hot Brook Canyon Rd. (0.4 mi. northwest from Evans Plunge Mineral Springs)
Lower Chautauqua has playground area, picnic tables and outdoor grills. Please be cautious of fallen rocks and follow any posted safety advisories.
Upper Chautauqua has two areas of outdoor settings, a shelter with picnic tables and outdoor grills, playground area and restrooms. It has a rock bridge over Fall River and more picnic and walking areas along the river.
Kidney Springs
Just off of Minnekahta Ave, across from Inn By The River.
Gazebo with a water fountain which is fed by the natural mineral water.
Historic Bandstand with natural occurring amphitheater.

Welcome Park Court
One acre set aside by the City of Hot Springs for mobile food vendors in a central area across from Evan’s Plunge. The park includes shade trees, picnic tables and parking for customers. The mobile vendors have access to electricity and water April 1st to October 31st.  Click here for vendor locations in the park.
Mobile Food Vendor License
School Street Park
Cold Brook Ave. (0.3 mi north from Evans Plunge Mineral Springs)
Playground areas and picnic tables. No facilities. 
The Fall River Freedom Trail
Mueller Civic Center to Chautauqua Park
The trail is approximately 2.3 miles both ways. It starts behind the Mueller Center and follows Fall River up to Kidney Springs Park then resumes from Evans Plunge Mineral Springs to Upper Chautauqua Park.  Benches along the way, passes by Brookside, Centennial, School Street and Upper Chautauqua Parks. Plenty of opportunities to cross footbridges to downtown shopping or dining.
Umiker Dog Park
Between Hwy 18 Bypass and Joplin Ave, Opposite Econo-Lodge hotel
Fenced Dog Park with water access, picnic tables, trash cans, and river access. Open 24 hours/day.