As the newest spa to Hot Springs National Park, and historic Bathhouse Row, Quapaw Baths & Spa offers guests a unique way to experience the acclaimed thermal mineral water in our four large capacity soaking pools and new Private Bathing Area. Our expertly trained and experienced therapists provide relaxing massages, facials, and revitalizing body polishes designed to leave our guests completely rejuvenated. Stop in the Quapaw Retail Shop, which features gift cards, organic body care products, and other items with an environmentally conscious theme.
Established in 1922.
Hot Springs National Park was the first reservation of land for public use by the U. S. Government and in April, 2007, celebrated its 175th anniversary. Bathhouses started becoming a part of the growing Hot Springs landscape in the early 1800s and the government saw the need to protect the thermal waters for future generations. By the 1880s the bathhouses in Hot Springs rivaled those in the spas of Europe. The Quapaw was completed in 1922 as the moderately priced bathhouse with none of the extras such as beauty parlors. Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park was named a National Historic Landmark in 1974. The Quapaw was last operated by Health Services, Inc. in 1984.