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Apple Blossom: Celebrate Arkansas' state bird -- the mockingbird -- and its state flower -- the apple blossom -- in this lovely pastel postcard.

Bigfoot Hide and Seek: Do you ever feel like someone or something is playing hide and seek with you while in the woods? Maybe, just maybe, you've been visited by Bigfoot in Hot Springs National Park. Get a postcard to remember the games you played.

Bigfoot Mountains: Do you ever feel like someone is watching you while camping out? Maybe, just maybe, you've been visited by Bigfoot in Hot Springs National Park. Get a postcard to mail to your bestie to let them know what might have happened.

It totally happened.

Buckstaff: According to the National Park Service, Buckstaff is the only bathhouse that offers a traditional bathing experience in Hot Springs National Park. It has been in continuous operation since opening its doors in 1912.

Destinations: As you travel up Scenic Highway 7, be sure to check out Degray Lake, Lake Hamilton and Lake Catherine, Lake Ouachita, Ron Coleman Mining, And Lake Nimrod.

Geometric: Celebrate all your favorite things about Hot Springs National Park in one image. This best-selling design features Bathhouse Row, wildlife, the hot springs, local vegetation, and people hiking.

Hot Springs National Park Waterfall: According to the Hot Springs National Park website, John Fordyce "added a dam on the creek below the house to form a pond for his wife to enjoy. Named Lake Lillian in her honor, Fordyce also constructed large and small stone bridges over the creek and pond, a boathouse, and a water wheel to generate electricity for the house.

After donating and selling some of land to the National Park Service, John Fordyce sold the remaining acreage of the original estate in 1937 to Major General Earl T. Ricks. The house and 17 acres on the hilltop above the pond are still privately owned. Today, Lake Lillian is known locally as Ricks Pond."

This postcard captures the waterfall created at one of the stone bridges.

Icons: Memorialize all your favorite destinations along Bathhouse Row in one postcards.

Lakes: All the outdoor things you did while in Hot Springs are featured in one place!

Quapaw: According to the National Park Service website, "The Quapaw Bathhouse opened in 1922. It is the longest building on Bathhouse Row, occupying the site of two previous bathhouses, the Horseshoe and Magnesia. Vacant since closing in 1984, it was the first to be leased for adaptive reuse. It reopened as a family-oriented spa in late June 2008." Today, it is one of two bathhouses along Bathhouse Row that provides baths using the hot springs.

Superior: Would you like to commemorate your trip to the first craft brewery in a national park? This is it! Superior Bathhouse Brewery in Hot Springs, Arkansas, makes craft beers from the hot springs found in its backyard and serves food with local connections.

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Apple Blossom
  • Apple Blossom
  • Bigfoot Hide and Seek
  • Bigfoot Mountains
  • Buckstaff Bathhouse
  • Destinations
  • Geometric
  • Hot Springs National Park
  • Icons
  • Lakes
  • Quapaw Bathhouse
  • Superior Bathhouse
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Apple Blossom

  • 610-C Central Avenue (1/1)
    Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

    610-C Central Avenue
    Hot Springs AR 71901
    United States

    501-620-3971

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