Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Hot Springs Village, AR that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $50 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Hot Springs Village. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Head to the tranquil city of Hot Springs Village

Enjoy the live music and other features of Hot Springs Village. Travelers to this relaxing city praise the hot springs, lake and golfing. Many rental homes come with outdoor spaces, separate dining areas and full kitchens, perfect if you want to enjoy some home-cooked meals.

Things to do

Thrills and chills at Arkansas' premier theme park

While Hot Springs Village has plenty of activities to keep youngsters amused, but if you want to venture afield, you can have a family day out at Magic Springs theme and water park. Your Hot Springs Village vacation rental will be a 30-minute drive from the hair-raising roller coasters and stomach-churning thrill rides of Arkansas' premier theme park. It's worth doubling up with a cool-down day in the neighboring water park, which boasts a dozen or so waterslides, including Rapid Falls Raceway, and the swirling tubes of the Seven Falls Slide Tower.


Spring into action in Hot Springs Village

Hot Springs Village is a haven for eager outdoor enthusiasts. The community is centered around 11 beautiful lakes, which makes it a great spot if you want to get your feet wet. Windsurfing, waterskiing, paddleboarding, and sailing—the water sports options abound in Hot Springs. It's also a prime destination for golf fanatics. Your Hot Springs Village vacation rental will give you a choice of 9 different golf courses to play a round on, including the Balboa golf course with its challenging layout, and the executive-length Coronado, which is perfect for beginners.


Drop it like it's Hot Springs

Just north of Cleveland are the southern fringes of the Chattahoochee National Forest, where you'll find more than 850 miles of fabulous hiking trails. One of the best for hikers of all abilities is the trek to Anna Ruby Falls, a series of cascading waterfalls surrounded by lush forest. Set just north of Helen and adjacent to the Unicoi State Park, the forest is home to a varied wildlife, including raccoons, white-tailed deer, and black bears. Thrill seekers should also chance the wild rapids of the Chattooga Wild and Scenic River, one of the top-notch white-water rafting destinations in the southeast.

Natural features

Splash in the healing waters of the American spa

Hot Springs Village is tucked away in the Ouachita Mountains, just north of Hot Springs National Park. Hot Springs, the city, grew around the dozens of natural thermal springs found at the base of Hot Springs Mountain. Nicknamed the American Spa, waters from the national park now feed the bathhouses in downtown, making it easy to enjoy its health-giving waters. Aside from the thermal springs, the national park has various hiking trails to explore, where you'll come across cottontail rabbits, gray foxes, and maybe even the rare Red River Waterdog salamander.

How to get there

How to get to and around Hot Springs Village

The nearest airport is in Hot Springs, AR (HOT-Memorial Field), located 14.2 mi (22.8 km) from the city center.

What's the best place to stay if you're looking to rent a house for a weekend in or near Hot Springs Village?

A weekend of clean coastal air and laid-back vibes at De Soto Beach in Hot Springs Village will do you the world of good. Check in to a rental home and stay a few nights or even longer at this picturesque stretch of coast located 0.1 miles north of Hot Springs Village.