The nation’s largest gated community, Hot Springs Village is spread across 26,000 acres in West Central Arkansas’ Ouachita Mountains and offers the natural beauty of sweeping vistas, lush forests and sparkling lakes.
Residents have access to nine signature golf courses, a 13-court tennis center, swimming, boating and fishing, over 30 miles of hiking trails, a fitness center and over 200 clubs and civic organizations. Amenities also include a 650-seat performing arts center, recreational library, and community centers.
Hot Springs Village is just 20 minutes from historic Hot Springs and 45 minutes from Little Rock, the state capital. Outdoor adventure, historical attractions and cosmopolitan amenities are all close by.
A wide selection of homes gives buyers the choice between golf-, mountain-, or lake views on any of the community’s 11 lakes. Homes range in price from $100,000 to over $1 million, with a variety of long-term rental properties available.
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Acreage 26,000 acres (10,400 hectares)
Gatehouse Main entrance Staffed with 24-hour security.
Golf Eight 18-hole courses and one 27-hole course, practice facilities, pro shops, computerized tee time reservation system and two golf professionals on staff.
Recreation Surrounded by the Ouachita National Forest, the Ouachita Mountains and numerous lakes, rivers and streams, Hot Springs Village has easy access to some of the best mountain trails, wilderness areas and waterways in the state. Kayaking, hiking, biking and motorcycle riding are popular pastimes.
Swimming Indoor and outdoor swimming pools plus three lakeside beaches (DeSoto, Cortez and Balboa).
Club Sports The Coronado Tennis Center is a 13-court complex (ten clay courts and three hard surface courts), and has an active tennis association, USTA league play and lessons. Lawn bowling and bocce ball facilities, as well as a family recreation area with basketball courts, playground equipment and miniature golf course are available.
Fitness Center & Massage Therapy The Coronado Fitness Center offers weight machines, cardio equipment and free weights. A variety of land and water classes are available – yoga, Zumba, Pilates, spinning and water aerobics. An indoor heated lap pool and indoor walking track are also on site. Registered massage therapists offer Swedish, deep tissue, and and reflexology massage.
Clubhouses & Venues Every golf course has its own grill/restaurant facility. In addition, the community has three event centers (Coronado Community Center, DeSoto Event Center and Balboa Club) featuring events such as dances, karaoke, holiday celebrations, and a Chef’s Table Series. The Woodlands Auditorium hosts musicals, dramas, and dance, vocal and choral presentations. Grove Park is an outdoor venue and home to a farmers’ market, artisan market, live outdoor concerts, holiday celebrations and community events.
Pickleball The HSV Pickleball Club has more than 300 members, and the outdoor facility includes eight regulation courts with lights for night use.
Dog Park The DeSoto Dog Park is 1.5 acres of level open area and divided into two sections for use by large and small dogs.
Fishing & Boating Residents enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing and other water sports at community lakes. A variety of fish can be found here including bass, catfish, bluegill and sunfish (crappie).
Clubs & Organizations Hot Springs Village has over 200 clubs and organizations, including service organizations, social clubs, churches and special interest groups for hobbies and crafts, music and arts. The Ouachita Rod & Gun Club takes advantage of the diverse hunting and fishing opportunities in the state. Meanwhile, the Basecamp calendar is one outdoor enthusiasts will want to check out.
Area Attractions Hot Springs National Park is one of the South's largest tourist destinations. Famous for its thermal springs, Hot Springs has long attracted visitors from around the world. Oaklawn Park, a premier horse racing and gaming venue, is another popular attraction.
Rentals Long term rental homes range from $600 - $1,400 per month; Nightly rentals run as low as $75 per night.
Lots For Sale Priced from $2,500 to over $100,000
Townhomes For Sale Priced from $48,000 to $250,000
Homes For Sale Priced from $60,000 to over $1.8 million
We have been coming to HSV since 1998, primarily to play golf and visit friends. We moved here in 2014 and this is the best place we have ever lived. It is quiet and safe, and the recreational amenities are superior. Our neighbors are great and the cost of living and available homes are truly exceptional. Our home here would cost at least twice as much from where we came (Colorado).
We have been coming to HSV since 1998, primarily to play golf and visit friends. We moved here in 2014 and this is the best place we have ever lived. It is quiet and safe, and the recreational amenities are superior. Our neighbors are great and the cost of living and available homes are truly exceptional. Our home here would cost at least twice as ...