Downtown Little Rock

Spring Fling in Arkansas

Little Rock & Hot Springs

Three days/two nights OR Four days / three nights

Calling all travelers for a delightful, colorful springtime trip through the hills of Arkansas.

Hot Springs takes its name from the natural thermal water that flows from numerous springs on the western slope of Hot Springs Mountain in the historic downtown district of the city. About a million gallons of 143° water flow from the springs each day.

Little Rock derives its name from a small rock formation on the south bank of the Arkansas River called la Petite Roche (“the little rock”), which was used by early river traffic as a landmark and became a well-known river crossing.

Tour Highlights

Highlights in this package motor coach tour include:

  • Visit to the gorgeous GARVAN WOODLAND GARDENS in Hot Springs, all ablaze in their spring colors. In January 2008, Southern Living included Garvan Woodland Gardens in its list of the Top 10 Public Gardens in the U. S.
  • Tour and lunch at OLD WASHINGTON, site of one of the oldest settlements in Arkansas.
  • Tour of Little Rock, including the USS Razorback, Central High School, and a full morning at the new CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUM and LIBRARY.
  • Plus, MARLSGATE PLANTATION, an impressive Old South site outside of Little Rock, and lunch at the SASSY CHICKS.

Hot Springs in the fall
Photo courtesy of Edward Leger

Tour Can Include

One night in the luxurious ARLINGTON HOTEL in Hot Springs and two at the MARRIOTT COURTYARD in Little Rock. There will be plenty of time for pampering, massages, and general relaxation in Hot Springs, home of Bathhouse Row and the Arlington Hotel spas.

Please Note

Tours to Little Rock and Hot Springs may be combined with trips to Fort Smith and Eureka Springs.