National Park Service Hot Springs National Park
U.S. Department of the Interior 101 Reserve Street
Hot Springs, AR 71901
Thermal water service will be temporarily interrupted to repair a main water line on Bathhouse Row. The thermal water jug fountains on Reserve Street and Hill Wheatley Plaza will be turned off Wednesday, April 1and Thursday, April 2 to allow park staff to make needed repairs. Service will resume Friday, April 3.
The Happy Hallow and Whittington cold spring fountains will remain open.
About Hot Springs National Park: Established as a federal reservation in 1832 to protect the unique geothermal spring water and associated lands for public health, wellness, and enjoyment. In 1921, the area became a national park with the same mission; preservation of the 47 hot springs that come out of the Hot Springs Mountain and the historic resources built for visitor enjoyment of the hot springs. Visit us at www.nps.gov/HotSprings, on Facebook
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