Hot Springs National Park

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Noun1.Hot Springs National Park - a national park in Arkansas featuring ancient hot springsHot Springs National Park - a national park in Arkansas featuring ancient hot springs; bathing is said to have therapeutic effects
Arkansas, Land of Opportunity, AR - a state in south central United States; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
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Hot Springs National Park--Arkansas' only National Park.
Gabriel picked Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas and Collins chose San Antonio.
Superior Performance Awards were presented to Blanca Stransky, Superintendent, Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial; Pat Jones, Chief of Interpretation, Independence National Historical Park; Josie Fernandez, Superintendent, Hot Springs National Park; and Mike Madell, Superintendent, Vicksburg National Military Park.
The Hot Springs School District sits within Hot Springs National Park, known for hot springs, bath houses, spas, art galleries, lakes, and Magic Springs amusement park.
Each year, five new designs will be released, in the order in which the location was first designated, leading off with Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas (set aside as a federal reservation in 1832), Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Yosemite National Park in California, Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, and Mt.
5 liter) comes from springs in the foothills of the Quachita Mountains near Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas.
For example, one group might be told that its endothermic organism lives in Hot Springs National Park, depends on bacteria living within the hot springs for its food, weighs about 15 kg in adulthood, and must beware of predation by wolves.
We rented a cabin in Hot Springs National Park, packed, and were frantically making the final arrangements to leave town.
There is something for every interest, from Hot Springs National Park, the Central High Museum and Visitor Center civil rights landmark to the Museum of Black Arkansans.
With the first phase of the new Civic and Convention Center now open, Hot Springs National Park is aligning itself with meeting planners who like small town appeal with big-city amenities.
Trudy Krause, age 83, of Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, enhanced her home with Vivint's intelligent home security system, which includes a centralized panel, automated door locks, alarms, motion detectors and a variety of sensors that work together to ensure every area of the home is safe.
These awards coincide with this year's AIA Arkansas State Convention held in beautiful Hot Springs National Park.