Hot Springs Essential Info

Overview

Hot Springs is a city in the Central region of Arkansas and home to Oaklawn Park Race Track. It is also the childhood home of Bill Clinton.

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Fun Facts

  1. Tony Bennett first sang his signature song “ I Left My Heart In San Francisco” at the Black Orchid Club in Hot Springs.
  2. The oldest tourist attraction in the State of Arkansas is the Alligator Farm in Hot Springs which was opened in 1902.
  3. The last “house of ill repute” closed in Hot Springs in 1963.
  4. Al Capone maintained a suite, Suite 443, in the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs.
  5. William Jefferson Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, grew up in Hot Springs and graduated from Hot Springs High School in 1964.

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