Spring is coming to Hot Springs Arkansas!

We’ve certainly had some chilly temperatures the last few weeks in Hot Springs. It’s been nice to cuddle up beside the fireplace– just ask our recent guests! But now that Phil has decided that Spring is closer than we knew, it is time to start thinking about Springtime. The gardens at Lookout Point will be in bloom before … Read More

Holiday Tip from Lookout Point

Here’s an easy trick for keeping poinsettias looking fresh and beautiful for the entire month, and beyond.  Ice.  That’s it.  Simply place 1/2 cup of ice on each poinsettia in place of water.  Do not even think about watering these beautiful plants! I learned this trick years ago when serving the church, and we had … Read More

Beautiful Lakeside Wedding at Lookout Point

It it such a great feeling to be a part of a couple’s special day, and this day was very special for Stephanie and Rodney Gibbs.  According to the family of this recently married couple, their marriage has been a long time coming.  The couple has been dating since they were fifteen years old, which … Read More

The Life in Hot Springs

Fall is finally here. The leaves are starting to change and the weather is just beautiful! This atmosphere is perfect for the Garvan Woodland Gardens’ sixth annual plant and landscape sale.  This event is where gardeners and novices can purchase hard-to-find plants, trees, bushes, and bulbs from over 25 nurseries and garden related vendors from … Read More

Rainy Weather at Lookout Point

 Rain rain go away.  Come back another day.  Even though the rain  was greatly needed to drown out the pollen in the air, it makes for icky days outside.  Even with all the rain, the spirit of our guests is not soggy.  Just this morning we had a couple interested in hiking in the rain.  We … Read More

Hints of springtime at Lookout Point, Hot Springs

spring 2009 002 Originally uploaded by lookoutpointinn We are doing the happy dance as signs of approaching springtime are popping out in the gardens. The phlox are in full bloom, daffodils proudly produce yellow trumpets, yellow buds dot the forsythias, and even the weeds are a welcome sign of new life. To top off this … Read More