Reviews & Comments
Hot Springs Village, AR
re: Very Nice Retirement Area - 4/17/2009
HSV seems to be a bad fit for Susan and has influenced her review. She doesn't play golf, cards, walk the trails, play tennis, swim.....and if she had fished in the lakes, she'd know there are plenty of fish. There are gardening clubs, dance clubs, every club in existence. I do enjoy sitting on my deck and watching the wildlife and looking at the unpolluted star-filled sky, but for my husband and myself, there is so much to do in HSV that we're busier in retirement than when we were working full time. There's nothing "boring" about living here. We're early 60's and almost everyone we know is in our age-group. Some PARTS of The City of Hot Springs are like most cities in the U.S. where I wouldn't venture after dark, but it's a charming town with many fine restaurants, art galleries, shops and the only National Park within a city in the U.S. I hope by now Susan has found a place to live that makes her happy.
Hot Springs Village, ARHidden gem of a retirement place
We pay $3,200 a year for unlimited green fees for two people to play eight quality courses and a trail fee for new carts applies at $650. All of the courses are within 15 minutes from our home, so we don't spend much in gas for transportation. Every other type of recreation is available from fishing our lakes to tennis. The village is gated and is well managed. We enjoy mild weather every month of the year with minimal cold days. Homes are priced from $150,000 to over $1,000,000. Beautiful community with beautiful people. Check it out at hsvpoa.org and come on down to see us.