Hot Springs, AR

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 Terminal and departure info

Ticket Counter

The SeaPort ticket counter is located within the Hot Springs Memorial Field terminal.

 

Security Screening

Currently, all flights departing from Hot Springs do not require TSA screening. Passengers can arrive 30 minutes prior to departure for check-in.

 

Parking and Ground Transportation

Parking is currently free at the airport for passengers. Ground transportation options include car rentals (Hertz & Enterprise), taxis (Checker Cab and Yellow Cab), and select hotels offer shuttle service.

 

Restaurants and Food

Vending machines are located onsite.

 

 Events and festivals

Annual Spa City 10K/5K and Spa Squirt 1K

Annual Winter Wonderland Graft & Gift Show

Oaklawn's Opening Weekend

Annual World's Shortest Saint Patrick's Day Parade

Tulip Extravaganza

Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Annual Central Arkansas Corvette Club Weekend

Annual Hot Springs Cruisers Car Show

Annual Stueart Pennington Running of the Tubs

Annual Little Miss Arkansas Pageant

Hats in Hot Springs Festival

Annual Hot Springs Music Festival

Independence Day Celebration

Miss Arkansas Pageant

 

Find out more about festivals and events in Hot Springs.

 Local attractions

Oaklawn Horse Races

Bathhouse Row

The Ohio Club

Hot Springs National Park

 

Check out TripAdvisor's list of recommended Hot Springs attractions

 


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SeaPort Airlines, Hot Springs

Hot Springs Memorial Field Airport (HOT)

515 Airport Road

Hot Springs, AR  71913

 Employee recommendations

"The Fordyce Bath House in Hot Springs National Park, AR offers free daily tours. 110 years ago it took two days to travel by horse-drawn carriage from Little Rock to Hot Springs, a trip that now takes about an hour by car. People from all over the United States came to bathe in the natural hot waters, often as a "last resort" when limited medical treatments could not cure them. A government subsidized bath at that time cost .25 cents and required a doctor's prescription. Those more fortunate in their wealth could spend their time relaxing at one of over a dozen privately operating bathhouses, where baths cost between $2 and $10, or roughly $50 to $250 today adjusted for inflation. Today there are nine restored bathhouses along Bathhouse Row, though only 3 are open to the public. One for tours and two that are in full operation.

Hot Springs also has four lakes, hundreds of area hiking/biking trails, live horse racing at Oaklawn, dozens of art galleries, Mid-America Science Museum and the largest amusement park in Arkansas, Magic Springs & Crystal Falls."

 

 Passenger recommendations

Rod's Pizza

Central Park Fusion restaurant

Rolando's Restaurante

 

Please post your recommendations on our Facebook page or send us additional suggestions via e-mail on our Contact Us page.

 

 

Interesting facts

 

•  Al Capone, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Babe Ruth all bathed at Hot Springs National Park.

•  Bill Clinton's favorite BBQ place is McClard's Bar-B-Q in Hot Springs.