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USA Today Picks Lookout Point for Leaf Peeping!

October 6th, 2012 by Kristie Rosset

Leaf peeping in Arkansas is a lovely experience.

Lookout Point offers great views

View fall foliage from your deck!

We’ve just started to see a few leaves turning, and usually peak season is the end of October or early November. Lookout Point has been privileged to receive great publicity lately, in USA Today and The Huffington Post.

In USA Today, “This 12-room lodging in the Ouachita Mountains overlooking Lake Hamilton offers leaf-peeping from private decks. Peak foliage may not be happening till late October or in November.

Lookout Point was named one of the top ten B&B’s (by The Huffington Post) for enjoying fall foliage from the comfort of your own porch at the inn. The blog from The Post states: “Indulge in deep relaxation at the Lookout Point Lakeside Inn which is surrounded by the Ouachita Mountains and overlooks placid Lake Hamilton. Enjoy your morning coffee and the foliage view from your private deck before taking a walk along the labyrinth waterfront trail.”

We are honored to be included in these prestigious publications! If possible, come to the inn and enjoy some beautiful fall foliage in Arkansas!

Fall Colors Add Beauty to Arkansas

October 30th, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

We chose  Arkansas for the site of our bed & breakfast inn, because it’s an extraordinarily beautiful state. Every autumn

Early Autumn on Lake Hamilton

I am awestruck by the sheer goodness of being here: perfect temperatures with low humidity, stunning views across the lake, and a riot of color.

Peak fall colors for our area are predicted for early to mid-November. Yet guests were still enjoying breakfast outdoors on the patio this week, while overlooking the lake and Ouachita Mountains.

For stunning yellow, red, and orange foliage, come on to Hot Springs. We’ll steer you to fantastic drives and hikes for the best views.

Fall Colors Finally Arriving in Hot Springs

November 12th, 2010 by Kristie Rosset

Finally!  Fall colors are bursting forth throughout our area!

Fall colors

Red leaves in Hot Springs

Autumn in Arkansas

Lake Hamilton, Arkansas in Autumn

It’s a beautiful season to visit Arkansas.

The hiking trails at Lake Catherine & Lake Ouachita state parks are spectacular right now.

Time for Leaf Peeping in the Ouachita Mountains

October 10th, 2010 by Kristie Rosset

Brilliant blue skies. Warm days, cool nights.  Early signs of fall colors.  These are just a few reasons for loving Arkansas in October & November.  The

Autumn in Arkansas

Early fall colors in Arkansas

official fall color website for Arkansas predicts the best time for leaf peeping is late October through early November.

Lookout Point’s Fall Colors package offers the perfect opportunity for autumn lovers. Enjoy a two night stay at our bed & breakfast inn, admission for two to the awesome Garvan Woodland Gardens, the 21-story Mountain Tower, a 90 minute pontoon boat ride with “Capt. Ray”, plus use of the Lookout Point canoe.

Come enjoy the sheer beauty and splendor of an Arkansas autumn in the Ouachita Mountains.  We’d love to see you!

Fall Colors To Peak Soon in Hot Springs

November 3rd, 2009 by Ray Rosset

A hike in the woods and in town revealed that the leaves have not reached peak colors yet.  Many trees still are hanging onto green leaves, others are showing off yellows, reds, and oranges.  Ray and IHot Springs Creek, fall 09 hike the waterfalls trail at Lake Catherine State Park.  With all the previous rain, the waterfalls are running fast and strong.  Gorgeous!  We also walked the new Hollywood Park in town, following the Hot Springs creek.  It’s a beautiful multi-purpose path for bicyclists and walkers/runners.  Ray and dog Nikki

November is one of our favorite months in Arkansas!

Lots of great outdoors activities, and beautiful colors.  We’d love to welcome you at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn, and direct you to the best hiking trails!

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