Hot Springs Village Lakes
Hot Springs Village boasts 12 man-made recreational lakes that offer some of the finest fishing and boating in central Arkansas. One of the best attractions of the lakes is that they are only open to Hot Springs Village Residents. No need to worry about your favorite fishing spot being crowded. The almost 2,000 acres of lakes are home to bass, crappie, catfish, and bream. Two marinas serve Lake DeSoto and Lake Balboa. Beaches with swimming and picnic facilities are located on DeSoto, Cortez, and Balboa.
Lake Balboa, at 944 acres, is the largest recreation lake within the Village. Located off of Ponce de Leon Drive, Lake Balboa has a boat ramp, covered pavilion, sand beach, and a full-service marina. The boat ramp features a floating dock. The covered pavilion has picnic tables, fireplace, grills, PA system and restroom facilities. The pavilion will seat up to 348 people. The beach area is sand and has beach shelters, picnic tables and grills available on a first come first serve basis. The full-service marina has covered and non-covered slip rentals, boat rentals, grocery items and much more. Fishing, swimming, and water sports are allowed. Speed limit is 35 mph.
Lake Coronado is approximately 380 acres with a boat ramp located off Murillo Drive. Near the boat ramp is Anglers Island, a quiet spot for fishing or relaxing. Picnic tables and grills are available. Boat slip rentals are available through the Balboa Marina. The slips are located on Lake Coronado behind the Coronado Fitness Center, 160 Ponderosa Lane. Fishing, swimming, and water sports are allowed. Speed limit is 30 mph.
Lake Cortez is 245 acres and has a boat ramp and covered pavilion located off Carmona Road. The Cortez Pavilion is covered and offers seating for 216. Picnic tables, fireplace, grills, restrooms, PA system, and volleyball equipment and area are also available. The Cortez Beach is pea gravel and has picnic tables, grills and restroom facilities available. It is located off Sereno Lane. Fishing, swimming, and water sports are allowed. Speed limit is 30 mph.
Lake DeSoto is approximately 200 acres and has a boat ramp and full-service marina. Located off DeSoto Boulevard, non-covered rental slips are available, as well as boat, canoe, and paddle boat rentals. The DeSoto Beach, located off Seville, features pea gravel, picnic tables and grills. Fishing, swimming and water sports are allowed. Speed limit is 30 mph.
Lake Estrella is approximately 21 acres and has a boat ramp located off Panorama Drive. Fishing and swimming are allowed, but no skiing. The speed limit is NO WAKE.
Lake Granada is 54 acres and has a boat ramp located off Gusta Lane. Fishing and swimming are allowed, however, skiing is not. The speed limit is 20 mph.
Lake Isabella is 25 acres and has a boat ramp located off Pillar Lane. Fishing and swimming are allowed, water sports are not. Speed limit is NO WAKE.
Lake Lago, the Village's reservoir, is the only lake in which swimming, boating, and fishing are not permitted. 100 Acres.
Lake Maria is approximately 27 acres and has a boat ramp located off Linares Lane. Fishing and swimming are allowed, but no skiing. The speed limit is NO WAKE.
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Hot Springs Village Lake and Golf Properties
Nona Burns, Realtor
Century 21 H.S.V. Realty
121 Cordoba Center Drive, Suite 100
Hot Springs Village, AR 71909
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