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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!

Mud flies at Hot Springs Jeep Jamboree

October 25th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

20th annual Ouachita Jeep Jamboree

20th annual Ouachita Jeep Jamboree

Guests Shelle & Alberto traveled from Dallas to participate in the challenging Jeep Jamboree held outside of Hot Springs.  With rocky vertical challenges, mud pits, water crossings, and various competitions, the Jamboree brought participants from around the U.S.    At times, Shelle and Alberto found the rock challenges not only thrilling, but nail biting.  With a jeep covered in mud, they had a great time!  Thanks for staying at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn!  We’re guessing the whirlpool tub at the end of the day soothed a few sore muscles.

The inn is only 4 1/2 hours from Dallas, so the guests were able to depart for Dallas and make it home in time to attend the Dallas Cowboys game.  Sweet.

More springtime at Lookout Point

March 20th, 2008 by Ray Rosset


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Originally uploaded by lookoutpointinn

With the official start of spring only one day away, the gardens at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn are changing by the hour!
Lake Hamilton ( the lake surrounding Hot Springs Arkansas in the Ouachita Mountains) water levels have returned to normal just in time for fish spawning. Every room at the inn overlooks Lake Hamilton and these gardens.

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