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Magic Springs and Crystal Falls

1701 E Grand Avenue
Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas, 71901

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A combined amusement park and water park, a single price admission includes all day use of the rides and attractions. The park has five roller-coasters and two water rides, with a total of 20 rides and an amphitheater.
The park is open weekends from April through October and daily late-May through mid-August.

The Gauntlet is a Vekoma Suspended Looping Coaster. Built in 2004 by Vekoma for Six Flags New Orleans (Jazzland), the sale never finalized and Magic Springs and Crystal Falls bought the coaster. It features a 110 ft. drop and is the first Vekoma SLC to feature a redesigned wheel assembly to give a more comfortable ride.

Magic Springs and Crystal Falls Categories

  • Amusements, Rides and Theme Parks

    Magic Springs and Crystal Falls was opened in the late 1970s, closed in 1995, and reopened in 2000. Magic Springs and Crystal Falls is owned by CNL Lifestyle Properties and operated by Amusement Management Partners, LLC.
  • Entertainment Venues

    The Timberwood Amphitheater is a state-of-the-art concert venue which offers a variety of entertainment. Concerts are held every Saturday during the operating season. While there is free lawn seating, there are also 26 rows of bench reserved seats in front of the stage.

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