Get back to nature and enjoy the fresh air. There are over 30 miles of natural, secluded trails within the gates of Hot Springs Village that offer the perfect setting for taking a quick run, a leisurely walk with the dog, a long bike ride, or simply exploring the natural beauty here. From neighborhood paths, to hiking trails, to multipurpose trails that provide a route for walkers, bikers, and golf cart riders, Hot Springs Village has it all.
Multipurpose Use Trails
Cart & Bicycle Use
Cart & Bicycle use lanes are hard-surfaced paths, ideal for bike and golf cart use. Pedestrians should use caution on these trails.
Walking and/or Bicycle Use
All kayak trails are located on Lake DeSoto
Blue Catfish Kayak Trail - Map
Silverside Kayak Trail - Map
Bluegill Kayak Trail - Map
Largemouth Bass Kayak Trail - Map
Hot Springs Village has miles and miles of bicycle friendly paved roads. Ageless Bikers Club holds regularly scheduled rides and cycling events. The ride schedule is listed at:hsvabc.weebly.com.
Test your mettle on one of the many mountain biking trails in our region for heart-pumping action, beautiful scenery and a workout you’ll remember. The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) recognizes trails and trail systems around the world with model mountain biking trails, and they have designated Hot Springs as a Regional Ride Center.
Hot Springs has three IMBA Epic Rides: the 33-mile Womble Trail, the 45-mile Lake Ouachita Vista Trail, and the 108-Mile Ouachita National Recreational Trail. Find more information on Hot Springs trails here.