• 62Avg. Depth
  • 70Deepest Depth
  • Shoreline Borders
    State Park (Some)
    National Park (Some)
  • Year Built
    1972
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    380
Campgrounds
(501) 760-1146
Royal, AR 71968
(501) 620-6715
305 Gorge Rd
Hot Springs National Park , AR 71901
(501) 767-7946
1601 Lakeshore Dr
Hot Springs , AR 71913
  • Counties: Hot Spring County
  • Fish: Black Crappie, Blue Catfish, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Striped Bass, Walleye, White Crappie
  • Condos available (No)
  • Interesting facts: Lakes of Hot Sprigs Village boasts Nine 18-hole golf courses, miniature golf, disk golf and a dog park.
  • Known for: Lake Coronado is known for its indoor exercise facility called the Coronado Natatorium and Fitness Center. It has a heated indoor pool, exercise equipment and a fitness instructor. It is also known for its golf course.
  • History: Created in the1970s, the Hot Springs Village lakes cover 26,000 acres.
  • Landmarks: Hot Springs National Park, Ouachita National Forest, Garvan Woodland Gardens
Hospitals
(501) 776-6000
1 Medical Park Dr
Benton, AR 72015
Airports
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport
1 Airport Rd, Little Rock, AR 72202
50 miles away
Conway Municipal Airport at Cantrell Field
3250 Sand Gap Rd, Conway, AR 72032
66 miles away
About Lake Coronado
Named one of the Best Lake Communities

Lake Coronado is a lake of the Hot Springs Village, recognized as one of the Best Lake Communities by ideal-LIVING.

Hot Springs is just 15 miles south of the community, home to the National Park Medical Center, Memorial Field Airport, Walmart, hotels, restaurants, and more. An hour’s drive will get you to major-city establishments in Little Rock like the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, Baptist Health, or the Simmons Bank Arena.

About Coronado and the Community

Hot Springs Village is one of the country’s largest gated communities, covering 26,000 acres home to 12 different lakes.

Lake Coronado is the second largest lake of the dozen, having a surface area of 380 acres. Its size permits all watersports, including swimming, boating, water skiing, fishing, and more.

Amenities and Activities

Spend a day sunning, playing in the sand, or swimming at the beach on Lake Balboa, accompanied by a large pavilion and picnic areas. The community is home to the Granada Golf Course, ranked first of the top 10 in the state, and eight other 18-hole courses.

There are many mountain biking trails in the community that wind through beautiful woods. Still, Womble Trail is the best, being named an epic trail by the International Mountain Biking Association.

Some of the other amenities include an indoor pool, dog park, 13 tennis courts, 14 pickleball courts, two full-service marinas, and a fitness and massage center.

Community Events

Stars and Stripes is a sensational event that begins on July 1st, including concerts, fish fries, kayak races, games, and a grand finale firework show over Lake Balboa on the 4th.

The Green Market brings fresh vegetables, home-cooked goods, and unique items to the Hot Springs Village every Thursday, April through November. Chef’s Table is an event that happens once a season to celebrate a local chef in a whim of music, lighting, and elegant decor.

Musical events include Rhythm Jam or Rock Porch. Visit the Woodlands Auditorium for a state-of-the-art show.

Nationally Recognized Gated-Community

It is impossible to pass up lake property in the sought-after community that focuses on its 12 gorgeous lakes and provides a great list of amenities.