Lake Hamilton Quiet Paradise Lakefront Retreat

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6 guests, 3 bedrooms, 3 beds, 2 bathrooms
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Shady, extremely private, flat lakefront retreat. Closest lake location to Hot Springs National Park and Bathhouse Row downtown -- with unobstructed views of the National Park!!

Close to Hot Springs National Park, Mid-America Science Museum, Oaklawn Park Racing & Gaming, grocery stores (Harp's, Walmart Supercenter, Kroger's) and local favorite restaurants such as Cajun Boilers!

The home has three spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, ample parking and all on a flat lake lot with no steps needed!

The space
Spacious house that’s peaceful and serene with beautiful views of Lake Hamilton and Hot Springs National Park.

Ideal for couples or groups, this lake property has it all. No need to worry about steep hills or steps to lake access. It's flat from the driveway to the house out to the lake. Three comfortable bedrooms tastefully decorated provide a getaway from hectic day to day life. Spacious and modern, you're sure to want to sit back and enjoy this property.

The kitchen is spacious with new appliances and granite countertops. From there you will see the large lakefront living room with its wall of windows. You can see nature from all sides and will enjoy both the lake and mountain views in our quiet cove.

It's perfect for swimming and kayaking, and of course just for sitting out on the back wrap around deck and relaxing. There is also a propane grill for your use.

Three spacious and comfortable bedrooms complete the rest of the house for your stay.

What this place offers

Waterfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV with standard cable/satellite
Washing machine
Dryer
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States

The best thing about this house is the easy and convenient location. You have Cajun Boilers Restaurant just steps away. Harp's grocery store minutes away and just down the road from Kroger's.

Here are some of our favorite activities when visiting Lake Hamilton and Hot Springs National Park:

• Since our home is lakefront, you can enjoy Lake Hamilton just steps from the back door! We also have one of the few spots on the lake with unobstructed views of Hot Springs National Park!

• Use our boat dock for swimming or docking your boat! We are in a quiet cove, so there is no wake and it's perfect for floating, swimming and sunning!

• If you rent a boat and dock it at our place, you can enjoy water skiing, tubing, wake boarding and all the fun that time on the lake in a boat brings!

• Many of our guests love to fish right off the boat dock.

• If you don't rent a boat but want the experience of being out on the water, try out the Belle of Hot Springs River Boat. The Belle offers cruises for either lunch or dinner. Treat yourself to beautiful Lake Hamilton and let someone else steer you around the lake!

• National Park Duck tours are another option for getting out on the water and exploring Lake Hamilton if you don't have your own boat. It's an amphibious vehicle which will take you on a tour of town before splashing into the water and cruising around the lake.

Garvan Woodland Gardens

• Garvan Gardens is a year-round attraction

• No matter what time of the year you visit, the gardeners have made sure that the flowers and landscaping make the most of that season's local shrubs, flowers and trees.

• Bring your family and bring the camera for some spectacular photography backdrops!

• At Christmastime, don't miss the extensive light display!

• Hidden Gem: The Anthony Chapel.

What do Eureka Springs, Hot Springs, and Bella Vista have in common? Yes, two of them have “Springs” in their names, and they’re excellent towns to visit, of course, but there’s something else they have in common. All three are home to similar chapels. The facades of these chapels are all slightly different, and the interiors are not identical, but what they have in common is that they successfully unite the beauty of the outdoors with the details of man-made ingenuity and focus on giving visitors a peaceful nondenominational experience in a setting that exalts both the wider natural world and the inner spirituality of their visitors. Not to be missed!

Oaklawn Racing and Gaming

• Oaklawn Park is a world-class thoroughbred racing course which hosts live racing from January to May. Don't miss the Racing Festival of the South, with the Grade I Arkansas Derby (known for producing various Kentucky Derby winners). You can now also head to Oaklawn to watch and bet on the Kentucky Derby the first weekend in May!

• If you're not able to visit in the spring, don't fret as you can still wager in comfort and style at the Oaklawn Gaming Casino, which often features local live music.

Historic Downtown Hot Springs (P.S., take Blacksnake road back into town from our home and you'll not only go through the National Park to get there, but you'll miss all the traffic!):

• By far the most popular attraction in Hot Springs is the National Park (which by the way was designated as a reserve by the federal government in 1832!! That's 40 years before Yellowstone!) Be sure to walk down world famous Bathhouse Row. The Fordyce bathhouse has been beautifully restored and serves as the Visitor Center for the National Park.

• Relax and take your mind off your worries with a bath from the natural hot mineral waters that seep to the ground and give the area its name. The Quapaw Baths as well as the Buckstaff Baths give you the opportunity to treat yourself and step back in time to a world of luxury and pampering.

• While downtown, you'll find a various shops, restaurants and art galleries when you want to take a break from all the sightseeing.

• When you're downtown you'll see the steam rising from the water as it bubbles up from the ground. Yes, it's really really hot!

Activities for the children:

• Just down from the National Park on Whittington Avenue you'll find the Arkansas Alligator Farm and Petting Zoo.

• Our lake home is only minutes away from Mid-America Science Museum. It's another hidden gem of Hot Springs and the kids will love it. There are lots of interactive displays which teach science at the same time!

• It wouldn't be a town for tourists with out some good old fashioned mini-golf!! Our home is minutes from Volcano Falls Mini Golf. Other themed options include Pirates Cove Adventure Golf and T-Rex Indoor Mini Golf (they've got you covered if you need to escape the hot summer weather).

• Magic Springs Theme and Water Park has been a mainstay in Hot Springs since 1977 (they did have a brief hiatus) but it's back and as popular as ever. Take the kids to all the amusement park rides, or enjoy the water park to beat the heat. Check the Magic Springs website to read about the summer concert series at the Timberwood Amphitheater throughout the summer. With genres ranging from classic rock, country, Christian to contemporary, park visitors are sure to find music to their liking this summer at Magic Springs!

Nightlife:

• Hot Springs has no shortage of entertainment spots for the adults in your group.

• For those theater fans, Hot Springs also has you covered! Try Maxwell Blade's Theatre of Magic & Comedy, Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre, Hot Springs Central Theater or the Pocket Theatre.

Annual Events:

• If you're visit coincides with March 17, check out the Worlds Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Head down to Bridge Street downtown and try to get a good viewing spot! I hear they are hard to come by!

• The Hot Springs Motorcycle Rally roars into town in early September. Visitors from all over come for a parade and various concerts.

Yes, Even More Fun Things to Do:

• Various wineries operate downtown for all the wine lovers who visit. Check out the Winery of Hot Springs, Bath House Row Winery or Spa City Tropical Winery and Gifts.

• Did you bring your jacked up Jeep? Head straight to Superlift Off Road Vehicle Park and get muddy! (Send us pictures, please)

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