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Trail Tips:

  • When possible do not walk alone and let someone know which trails you plan to use.
  • Know your limits; keep distance, direction and time in mind.
  • Stay on the trail and do not disturb the native setting.
  • Pets must be leashed, cleaned up after and under positive control of the owner.
  • Please observe the 15-mph speed limit for multipurpose trails.
  • Pedestrians have the right of way.
  • Please remember to take your trash with you when you leave.
  • Wear comfortable, rubber-soled shoes and bring water with you.

Herradura Trail 0.4 – Miles
The Herradura Trail is a short trail in the Herradura subdivision.
Trail Rating & Usage –Easy                            Walk, dog

Hernando Trail 8.6 – Miles
The Hernando Trail, favored by cyclists, is the longest multipurpose packed-gravel trail in Hot Springs Village running parallel to DeSoto Boulevard from Ponce de Leon Drive to DeSoto Park Lane. This trail fluctuates between level sections and challenging hills especially near Minorca Road. Bike, cart or walk Hernando Trail to Grove Park to enjoy events like Green Market (farmers’ market) on Thursdays, semi-annual Artisan Markets, and monthly Rock Porch Sessions or Rhythm Jams. Mileage markers run from east to west. Various parking options include the east-end trailhead near Ponce de Leon Drive, the Ponce de Leon Center/Woodlands Auditorium parking lot, Danville Road trailhead, the medical clinic at Cortez Road and the DeSoto Dog Park/Lawn Bowling parking lot.
Trail Rating & Usage – Difficult Overall/Moderate Sections   Cart, bike, walk, dog

Magellan Beaver Dam Trail 0.6 – Miles
The Magellan Beaver Dam Trail was built by the HSV Audubon Society. This wetland nature trail has packed-gravel level surfaces and an abundance of wildlife. It is a great trail for bird watching with signage to help identify species. The path is located below Balboa Dam off Cloaca Road near the Animal Shelter beginning just south of the boat storage. Trailhead parking is available adjacent to Cloaca Road.
Trail Rating & Usage –Easy                  Bike, walk, dog

Off the DeSoto Nature Trail. Access card required.

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Off the Hernando Trail each Thursday during the growing season.

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DeSoto Nature Trail 1.2 - Miles
The DeSoto Nature Trail is a natural surface, single track trail with a bench overlook. This moderate endurance walking trail does have some narrow and steep areas. The trailhead is near DeSoto Dog Park with parking available in the Lawn Bowling & Dog Park area.
Trail Rating & Usage –Moderate                    Walk, dog

 
DeSoto Spillway Trail 0.77 – Miles
The DeSoto Spillway Trail follows the DeSoto Spillway on the south side from DeSoto Park Lane to Lake DeSoto Spillway and is a gravel-surface loop with some rocky and uneven terrain. The trailhead is near DeSoto Dog Park with parking available in the Lawn Bowling & Dog Park area.
Trail Rating & Usage –Moderate                    Walk, dog

 
DeSoto Trail 3.4 – Miles
The DeSoto Trail is mostly asphalt surface and has a variety of challenges with a few uphill climbs. Extend your walk, run or ride by crossing Calella Road onto the DeSoto Marina Trail. DeSoto Trail parking is available at the main lakeside trailhead on Calella Road and DeSoto Marina Trail parking is located by the newly renovated DeSoto Marina Basecamp.
Trail Rating & Usage –Moderate                    Cart, bike, walk, dog

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Balboa Trail 2.1 – Miles
The Balboa Trail is the most open trail in the Village, great for bird watching. The upper embankment benches offer a relaxing view of Lake Balboa. The trail is located on and behind the embankment connecting Lake Balboa primary and secondary spillways and connects Balboa Beach to Hernando Trail at DeSoto Boulevard and Ponce de Leon Drive. Trailhead parking access is located off Ponce de Leon Drive.
Trail Rating & Usage Moderate/Easy              Cart, bike, walk, dog

 
Cedar Creek Trail 3.1 – Miles
The Cedar Creek Trail is one of the most beautiful trails in the Village offering wildflowers, bird watching, creek-view benches, bridges and four paths: The Bluebird Path, the Mourning Dove Path, the Kingfisher Path and the Cardinal Path. Two trailhead parking areas are available on Minorca Road.

Trail Rating & Usage –Easy                            Bike, walk, dog.

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Coronado Fitness Trail 1.0 – Mile
The Coronado Fitness Trail is a new, winding trail that connects the Coronado Fitness Center and the Coronado RV Park along the Lake Pineda Spillway flowing into Lake Coronado. Trailhead parking areas are available at the Fitness Center.
Trail Rating & Usage –Easy                            Cart, bike, walk, dog

 
Coronado Boat Ramp Trail 0.35 – Miles
The Coronado Boat Ramp Trail, located at the Coronado Boat Ramp off Murillo Way, borders Lake Coronado and offers fishing, benches, bird watching, handicapped accessibility and a paved path to Anglers Island. Trailhead parking is available at the Coronado Boat Ramp.
Trail Rating & Usage –Easy                            Walk, dog

 
DeSoto Marina Trail 0.7 – Miles
The DeSoto Marina Trail takes you along Lake DeSoto from Marina Drive to Calella Road. Trailhead parking is available at the DeSoto Marina. Relax at the newly renovated DeSoto Marina Basecamp for snacks, refreshments and fun.
Trail Rating & Usage –Easy                            Cart, bike, walk, dog

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Sonora - Calella Trail 0.4 – Miles
The Sonora - Calella Trail is a hilly, asphalt-surfaced path that takes you along the north side of DeSoto Boulevard from the DeSoto Family Recreation Area across Sonora and Emperado Way to Calella Road at the DeSoto Center.
Trail Rating & Usage –Moderate           Cart, bike, walk, dog

Cart Trail Paths:
Barcelona Cart/Bicycle Lane – 1.2 Miles
Barcelona Car/Bicycle Lane is an asphalt-surfaced lane on the north shoulder of Barcelona Road and the east shoulder of Cortez Road from Santa Maria to Doscientos Way. It provides for golf cart travel to the Cortez Golf Course.

Carmona Cart/Bicycle Lane – 1.1 Miles
This asphalt-surface lane is on the east side of Carmona Road from DeSoto Boulevard to Barcelona Road.

Santa Maria Cart/Bicycle Lane – 1.3 Miles
Santa Maria Cart/Bicycle Lane is an asphalt-surfaced lane on the south shoulder of Santa Maria Road and connects to the Barcelona Cart/Bicycle Lane and the DeSoto Trail. It provides for golf cart travel to DeSoto or Cortez Golf Courses.

Cycling in Arkansas:
Whether on the Village nature trails or on Arkansas’ mountain trails and secluded scenic roads, cycling is one of the best ways to get outdoors and see the beauty of the state. Explore routes of varying degrees and difficulty like the challenging hills of the Epic Womble Trail, Cedar Glades Mountain Bike Park in Hot Springs, or simply pedal across Arkansas on rural roads that take you from one historic town to the next.

As a testament to the state’s commitment to biking, a $9.2 million pedestrian-bicycle bridge has just been completed in Little Rock – the second longest bridge of its type built in the U.S. It links the 14 miles of the Arkansas River Trail that runs along the north and south banks of the Arkansas River.

Geocaching:
Geocaching is a popular modern-day treasure hunt combining nature and technology. The location of each geocache (hidden treasure) is marked with Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates. Geocachers use hand-held GPS devices to hunt for the partially hidden containers hidden throughout the Village including locations on the Cedar Creek Trail. GPS coordinates for the Village and state can be viewed online at Geocaching.com

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30+ Miles of Rustic Nature Trails in Hot Springs Village

Hot Springs Village real estate is spread across 26,000+ acres of Ouachita Mountains. With a spectacular array of amenities and amazing natural beauty this gated community offers 9 championship golf courses, 11 lakes with 3 beaches, 30+ miles of nature trails, tennis center, dog park, pickleball, RV park, fitness center, farmer’s market and so much more. Find your perfect Village Home with RE/MAX of Hot Springs Village - (800) 364-9007.

30+ Miles of Nature Trails
Restore your nature – ride a bike, walk your dog, take a run or go golf cart trekking on the 30+ miles of beautiful trails in Hot Springs Village.

Area Trails
In addition to the Hot Springs Village nature trails, both the Ouachita National Forest and Hot Springs National Park offer an abundance of paths perfect for hiking and mountain biking. In fact, Hot Springs has one of the two IMBA epic trails found in Arkansas – the Womble Epic (the International Mountain Bicycling Association uses the Epic® designation to identify the best mountain biking trails in the region). 

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