Nestled in the Ouachita Mountains, Hot Springs Village is a place of natural beauty: Breathtaking vistas, blossoming forests and gleaming lakes, combined with its mild climate, reasonable property taxes and low cost of living... HSV is the perfect place to come away to stay.
Want to live on a golf course? There’s a place for you. Prefer a lake or mountain view? We’ve got those too. Whatever you desire, there’s a home that will most likely fit the bill. Available real estate spans from very affordable to affluent, with homes priced from $100,000 to over $1 million.
Hot Springs Village offers a gated environment in west central Arkansas just 20 minutes from historic Hot Springs and 45 minutes from Little Rock. Amenities include 9 golf courses, 11 lakes, 30+ natural trails, fitness center, pickleball, tennis center, dog park, 3 beaches, performing arts, farmer’s market and much more. The master-planned community was established in the 1970's.
Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Balboa Golf Club has been recognized among the state’s top ten layouts and is considered a favorite by residents. Balboa is a walker-friendly course with wider fairways and fewer elevation changes than other Village courses. The combination of water hazards and bunkers requires a strategic plan to save par, and it has quite a collection of tricky par 3s.
111 Balboa Way - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-1504
Coronado Golf Course Coronado Golf Club is the only executive-length par-62 golf course in Hot Springs Village. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, it is a great course to play for those looking to get in a quick 18 holes. There’s no sand here, so if you don’t like bunker shots, this course is for you. But don’t be fooled, Coronado is as challenging from 150 yards as any other course in the Village. This one is perfect for the beginner or the veteran wanting to perfect his/her short game.
199 Surtidor Way - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-2355
Cortez Golf Course Cortez Golf Club is known as the shot maker’s course. You don’t have to have a long drive, but you’d better hit the landing area to avoid trouble. It’s a beautiful course winding its way across rolling hills through hickory, oak and pine trees and alongside sparkling water. The elevation changes and water hazards provide plenty of challenges, but five sets of tees accommodate most players.
Many consider No. 10 as one of the toughest holes in the Village. It’s a 425-yard par 4 with a downhill slope before going back up to an elevated green.
299 Cortez Road - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-1590
DeSoto Golf Club opened in 1972 as Hot Springs Village’s first course. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, this traditional course is player-friendly and a good choice for family play. It has three great finishing holes with a par 5 at No. 16, a par 4 at No. 17 and another great par 5 at No. 18.
102 Clubhouse Drive - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-0001
Diamante is the only private membership golf club in Hot Springs Village. Opened in 1995, Diamante was ranked the No. 1 golf course in Arkansas by Golf Digest for a four-year stretch. Consistently dubbed as one of the most challenging yet flexible golf courses ever built, Diamante’s unique course design plays like six incredible golf courses in one. Diamante is a monster stretching 7,560 yards from its back set of seven tees. It was tagged the 38th most difficult course in the nation by Golf Digest in 2009 and one of the 10 Toughest ClubCorp Courses by Private Clubs magazine in 2006.
200 Country Club Drive - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-1114
Granada Golf Club is ranked among the top ten courses in the state by Golf Digest. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Granada is arguably the most scenic course in the Village with rolling hills, pine forests and amazing views. Its signature hole is the beautiful No. 18 with a meandering waterfall that stretches the length of the fairway. Granada has a nice mix of par 3s, 4s and 5s. One of the best and most difficult holes is No. 17, a 465-yard par 4 with a green 60 yards long.
250 Maderas Drive - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-3095
Isabella Golf Club opened in 2000. It was ranked as the number one course in Arkansas by Golf Digest and the Arkansas Business Journal from 2002-2006. Isabella has continued to receive high rankings year after year. Designed by Ault, Clark & Associates, Isabella is a 27-hole complex featuring three unique nine-hole rotations—Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria.
110 Iniciador Way - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-5505
Magellan Golf Club plays a little shorter than other courses in Hot Springs Village, but its tricky greens prove troublesome. Originally opened as a three-hole golf school, Magellan continues to be one of the best practice facilities in the community with a large driving range, putting green and several short game areas. The course is a favorite of our female golfers.
451 Ponce de Leon Drive - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-4497
Opened in 1991 by Arkansas’s own PGA tour player John Daly, Ponce de Leon Golf Club is consistently ranked in the state’s top ten courses by Golf Digest and Arkansas Business Journal. With its tree-lined fairways and consistently true greens, Ponce is a favorite among low-handicap golfers in Hot Springs Village.
300 Ponce de Leon Drive - Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 - (501) 922-4250
Lake Balboa is the largest lake in Hot Springs Village at 944 acres, allowing for fishing, swimming, and water sports. The lake has a large sand beach with rentable shade shelters and a covered pavilion with picnic tables, restrooms, fireplace, and grill. There is also a boat ramp and full-service marina offering boat and slip rentals. The speed limit is 35-mph.
Balboa Marina: 501-922-3435 Balboa Pavilion and Shade Shelter Rentals: 501-922-5050
Lake Coronado is 380 acres with a boat ramp, picnic tables and grills. Enjoy fishing, swimming, and water sports. The speed limit is 30-mph. Boat slip rentals are available through the Coronado Community Center and are located on the lake behind the Coronado Fitness Center.
Annual Boat Slip Leases: 501-922-5050
Lake DeSoto is two hundred acres and has a boat ramp and full-service marina. Uncovered slips are available for short- and long-term rental. The beach is pea gravel and has picnic tables and grills. Picnic, fish, swim, boat, sunbathe, or enjoy other water sports. The speed limit is 30-mph.
DeSoto Marina Boat Rentals: 501-922-5511 Annual Boat Slip Leases: 501-922-5050
Balboa (2.1 Mile One Way) – an easy, mostly level trail with a hilly beginning, it consists of two loops starting at Balboa Beach, continuing along the lake’s spillway, then meandering under a canopy of hardwood and evergreen trees. One of its most thrilling views is from the bridge below the spillway. Parking is available at Balboa Beach, 476 Ponce de Leon Drive, and the commercial center at 410 Ponce de Leon Drive.
Cedar Creek (3.1 Mile One Way) – a beautiful, wooded trail that encompasses three separate loops with a soft surface and level terrain, except for a slight incline on the Mourning Dove Path. This trail is a favorite for wildlife viewing and birdwatching and features a seasonal view of Cedar Creek. The three loops within the trail include Blue Bird Path, a 0.7-mile loop; Kingfisher Path, a 0.6 mile loop; and Cardinal Path, a 0.6 mile loop. Parking Lot A is located at 200 Minorca Road. Parking is also available on Lot B at the north end of the trail at Minorca Road and Coronado Drive across from the Coronado Baptist Church.
Coronado Fitness (1.0 Mile One Way) – an exhilarating multi-surfaced path that incorporates fitness stations along the trail for a full workout. The trail runs from the fitness center parking lot to the RV Park, ending at Lake Coronado and offers beautiful views of the Lake Pineda spillway creek and Lake Coronado. Parking is available at the fitness center, 160 Ponderosa Lane.
DeSoto Multipurpose (3.4 Mile Loop) – the oldest and first trail in the Village. It's not your ordinary trail as it serves as a network, connecting residential areas to the DeSoto Golf Course & Club, Pickleball Courts and the DeSoto Recreation Area. Main parking is available at the trailhead, north of the fire station, at 110 Calella Road. Additional limited parking is available along various intersections of the trail.
Hernando (8.6 Mile One Way) – the longest trail in the Village and parallels DeSoto Boulevard. The trail has a packed gravel surface and offers both level walking and some challenging hills. It is particularly steep on either side of Minorca Road. Parking is available at the Cortez Pavilion, 181 Carmona Road; POA Administration Building, 895 DeSoto Boulevard; and Ponce de Leon Center, 1101 DeSoto Boulevard, as well as a few other convenient locations along DeSoto Boulevard. Mile markers run from east to west along the trail.
Waypoint (0.7 Mile One Way) – running along the edge of Lake DeSoto and offering beautiful views of the lake, the trail begins at the Waypoint at DeSoto Marina parking area and continues along the shore past Los Lagos to Calella Road. Parking is available at Waypoint at DeSoto Marina, 120 Marina Road.
Bocce Ball Lanes are located at 200 DeSoto Park Lane, across from the Dog Park and next to the Lawn Bowling Green. For information about the Village Bocce Ball Club, visit their website at https://hsvbocceclub.wixsite.com/mysite
The Lawn Bowling facility is located next to the new Bocce Ball Lanes, at 200 DeSoto Park Lane. Play both sports in the same afternoon.
Our Croquet Lawn is an artificial turf located at 200 DeSoto Park Lane, next to the Bocce Ball courts. In croquet, a player uses a mallet to hit a ball through hoop-shaped wickets. The sport is great for those looking for a game that is easy on the joints and requires moderate physical activity.
The DeSoto Dog Park is a gated, off-leash park for well-behaved and healthy dogs. The site is approximately 1.5 acres of level open area, divided into two sections for use by large and small dogs. The Park contains benches, watering stations, waste receptacles and shade pavilions.
201 DeSoto Park Lane
The Coronado Fitness Center is a full-service workout facility and includes a large exercise area with weight and cardio equipment, a three-lane walking track, an exercise classroom, a 25-meter heated indoor pool, a whirlpool, steam room, sauna, massage therapy and personal training. Classes include yoga, spin, bootcamps and dance fitness. In addition to the men’s and women’s locker rooms, two family/handicap dressing/shower rooms are available.
160 Ponderosa Lane, 501-922-1230
he outdoor pool features 2,900 square feet of water fun. The zero-entry pool has a large open area for play, spray jets, in-water bench seating, and deck diving in the deep end. The deck features a mix of shade and sun options, and the building has restrooms and a snack bar. The Outdoor Pool is available for private events.
205 DeSoto Boulevard, 501-915-0985
The Hot Springs Village pickleball facility consists of 14 courts renovated in August 2021. Players can participate in open play, leagues, and tournaments. Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. Players use paddles to hit a perforated ball over a net. Pickleball can be played with two or four players. HSVpickleball.com
209 DeSoto Boulevard, 501-984-0468
The Coronado Tennis Center is a 13-court complex with a USPTA Elite Tennis Professional, lounge and pavilion. Ten of the center’s courts are clay. The facility offers league play at all levels including junior, mixed leagues, women’s and men’s doubles. Junior Tennis and USTA Adult Leagues are encouraged here.
151 Ponderosa Way, 501-922-5054