Walking & Hiking Trails
Rolling hills and forested landscape make being outdoors a pleasure, so it is little wonder that walking and hiking are amoung the best ways to soak in the beauty Hot Spring Village has to offer.
Get back to nature and enjoy the fresh air in any over 30 miles of trails throughout our community. Walk your dog, take a quick run, hike or ride your bike on one of these beautiful trails.
The Coronado Fitness Center is a full workout facility and includes a large exercise area with weight and cardio equipment, a three-lane walking track, an exercise classroom, a 25-meter heated indoor pool, a whirlpool, steam room, sauna and massage therapy.
In addition to the men’s and women’s locker rooms, two family/handicap dressing/shower rooms are available. Classes include yoga, spin, bootcamp and more. The fitness center’s hours are 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
The Coronado Tennis Center is a 13-court complex with an USPTA Elite Tennis Professional, lounge and pavilion. Ten of the center’s courts are clay, and the remaining three are hard surface. The Hot Springs Village Tennis Association, with nearly 400 members, offers league play at all levels including mixed leagues, women’s and men’s doubles. Junior Tennis and USTA Adult Leagues are encouraged.
Village tennis players may choose from a variety of programs ranging from league play to fun social events. Once registration is completed, property owners can make court reservations online up to six days in advance. You can play in organized play or reserve a court on your own.
Hot Springs Village has more than 300 pickleball members. Players participate in open play, leagues and tournaments. The pickleball facility consists of fourteen outdoor pickleball courts with lights for night use.
The Pickleball facility is located near the corner of Sonora Way and DeSoto Boulevard.
The game of skill and concentration, rather than physical stamina, is fun and easy to learn. It is played on a flat surface similar to a bowling lane. The object is to get game balls as close as possible to the target ball (pallino). All equipment is provided by the Village Bocce Ball Club.
Bocce Ball Courts are located across at DeSoto Park Lane across from the Dog Park and next to the Lawn Bowling Green.
For more information about the Village Bocce Ball Club, visit their webpage.
The Village Green Bowls Club is active all year. Lawn bowling is a game similar to regular bowling with moderate exercise. The game is played on a green with a target ball, but the balls weigh only two to three pounds and are less strenuous on the legs and back. The object of the game is to get balls near the target ball. The balls are biased, so they are rolled left to right or right to left making lawn bowling a challenge.
The Lawn Bowling facility is located near the corner of Toledo Drive and DeSoto Boulevard.