Trails

Ride a bike, go for a walk, take a run or go golf cart trekking on the 30+ miles of trails in Hot Springs Village. Experience the natural beauty of Hot Springs Village on more than 30 miles of trails. You can walk, ride, run or even drive a golf cart along paths. No matter your activity level, there is a trail that is right for you. So, put on your walking shoes and get moving.

Magellan Beaver Dam Trail

Magellan Beaver Dam Trail

Built by the HSV Audubon Society, the Magellan Beaver Dam Trail, provides some of the best opportunities for bird watchers to catch a glimpse of their feathered friends. This wetland nature trail also includes bird species identification signage. Trail Rating: Easy; Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.
Hernando Trail

Hernando Trail

Bike along the Hernando Trail, the longest multipurpose gravel trail in the Village. With flat and hilly terrain, this trail also offers great opportunities for runners and golf carts. Trail Rating: Overall Difficult/Moderate Sections; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.
DeSoto Marina Trail

DeSoto Marina Trail

Listen to nature as you walk along Lake DeSoto on the DeSoto Marina Trail. And be sure to stop in for a fresh cup of coffee or a sandwich at Waypoint Marina. Trail Rating: Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.
Coronado Fitness Trail

Coronado Fitness Trail

Get your heart rate up along the Coronado Fitness Trail. This trail connects the Coronado Fitness Center and the Coronado RV Park, providing beautiful views of the Lake Pineda Spillway flowing into Lake Coronado. Trail Rating: Easy; Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.
Cedar Creek Trail

Cedar Creek Trail

Witness spring in bloom along the Cedar Creek Trail, home to native wildflowers and birds. The trail includes creekside views and bridges. Take the Bluebird Path, Mourning Dove Path, Kingfisher Path or the Cardinal Path. Trail Rating: Easy; Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.
Balboa Trail

Balboa Trail

The Balboa Trail provides a great opportunity to see some of Arkansas bird species, both common and rare, in their natural habitats. Stop at one of the benches along the upper embankment for a peaceful view of Lake Balboa. The trail is located by the lake spillways. The Balboa Trail connects Balboa Beach to Hernando Trail at DeSoto Boulevard and Ponce de Leon Drive. Trail Rating: Moderate/Easy. Cart, Bike, Hike, Dog Friendly.
LOViT Trail

LOViT Trail

Lake Ouachita Vista Trail (LOViT)