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Coronado Area

Coronado Golf Course is a par-62, shorter, executive course which opened in 1984. Sand, water, hilly lies and tough pin placements make it a test for the short game with only par 3’s and 4’s to navigate the just short of 3,400 yards. Mostly elevated, don’t let the shortened course distance fool you. The Casa Coronado Grill offers quick grill dining before or after a round of golf.

Coronado Golf Course

Golf Shop Phone (501) 922-2355  Restaurant Phone: (501) 922-0007 
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total
White 269 122 142 289 274 158 176 312 135 316 287 183 161 142 159 285 176 309 3895
Handicap Men 17 5 15 1 11 9 7 3 13 2 12 8 4 16 14 10 18 6
PAR 4 3 3 4 4 3 3 4 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 62
Gold 238 76 115 264 253 130 148 284 100 294 254 136 134 132 130 254 135 264 3341
Handicap Women 7 17 13 1 5 11 9 3 15 2 6 14 12 10 18 8 16 4

Course/Slope Rating

Men C.R. NA NA 60.4 58.9
Men SLOPE  NA  NA 99 95
Women C.R. 610.9 57.7
Women SLOPE 94 87
Lake Coronado
Completed 1976
Covers approximately 380 acres
Speed limit

30 mph

Boat Ramp


Located off of Murillo Way.



Boat slip rentals available. Contact Balboa Marina at (501) 922-3435.





Lake Coronado offers fishing, swimming, and water skiing.
Types of Fish: black bass, spotted bass, channel catfish, blue cat, black and white crappie, blue gill, and green sun fish.

Coronado Area Amenities

  • Many Area Churches

  • Condominiums

  • Townhouses

  • Boat Launch

  • Natatorium & Fitness Center Coronado Natatorium and Fitness Center offers all you could ever need for fitness. You can enjoy fitness equipment and free weights for muscle toning and building. For a cardiovascular workout, try the stationary bicycles, rowing machines, Stairmasters, or treadmills. A full-time fitness instructor is available to help tailor your fitness regimen. Coronado Fitness Center also offers a 25-meter indoor heated pool for use anytime of the year. Coronado also boasts 13 courts and of those there are 10 lighted, pro-surfaced and clay courts. Two full-time teaching pros are available to enhance your game. Coronado Natatorium and Fitness Center is definitely worth looking into for your fitness needs. Do you prefer the outdoors? Whether you want to walk, jog, or just enjoy the scenery, twenty miles of multi-purpose trails will fit your needs.

  • Indoor Pool

  • Coronado Community Center Coronado Community Center is an 18,000 square-foot multipurpose facility. It’s central location makes it a perfect choice for many Village organizations, committees, service clubs, instructional classes, and the Hot Springs Village Board of Directors, who meet at the center twice a month. The Coronado Room will hold 450 guests for a lecture and 320 guests for a sit-down catered dinner. Dance instructors and performing groups often rent Room 6 with its mirrored wall. Arts and crafts groups prefer Room 5 with a sink. The versatility of carpeted Rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4 feature foldaway doors to allow clients to expand their space requirements. Also available to meet client needs are the choice of card tables, round banquet tables or six-foot rectangle tables. A commercial kitchen, tablecloths, and tableskirts are available for rent, as well as audio/visual equipment. The center can provide drink service and even special lighting, upon request. If you have special needs, managment will be happy to assist your club or organization with an event. The staff invites you to stop by and visit the Coronado Community Center. Dances are also held at this facility in the auditorium portion of the building on a hardwood dance floor that was installed in 1998.

  • Coronado Library The Coronado Library was expanded in 2002 to add an additional 2,700 square feet to the existing 1,400 square feet. The expansion allows the library to grow as needed and is an excellent place to sit back, relax, and have a stunning view of Lake Coronado. Annual Library cards are $6.25 per person and can be purchased at the POA Administration building or the Library. Books may be checked out for up to three weeks. Reserved and new books may be checked out for up to two weeks. Books can be returned to the library during normal business hours, and after hours to a drop box located in the parking area of the Coronado Center. Library patrons are limited to three new or reserved books per card. The library will notify you of reserved books by phone. Reserved books will be held for two days before they are returned to circulation. Books can be renewed as longs as they have not been reserved. Books, audios, and current periodicals may be donated directly to the librarian. Cash donations should be made out to the Property Owners’ Association.

  • Lawn Bowling The Lawn bowling Courts are located at 200 DeSoto Park Lane, just west of the recycling center. The club meets Monday through Saturday at 9:30 a.m. for months of January-May and October-December, and 8:30 a.m. for the months of June-September. Contact Howard Davis at (501) 915-0792 for additional information.

  • Coronado Tennis Center Coronado Tennis Center has ten clay courts (four lighted) and three hard courts. Over 400 senior tennis players, levels 3.5-4.5, utilize the courts on a regular basis. The opportunities for play are numerous and varied. Coronado Tennis Center offers organized leagues at all levels for men and women who like to have a definite time for play each week. These include men’s, women’s, and mixed doubles leagues. In addition, for those who prefer to plan just a week at a time, there are weekly ‘scrambles’ for men and women. Many USA teams call Coronado Tennis Center home. In 2001, over 20 teams (men’s, women’s, adult, senior, super senior, levels 2.5-4.5, as well as combo and mixed combo teams) are playing for Hot Springs Village. Over the years, seven teams have made it to the Nationals; none of these finished lower than fourth. One team, the men’s 3.5 senior team, were National Champions in 1995. For 15 years, the Hot Springs Village Tennis Association has had a yearly exhange with its sister village, Bella Vista. As many as 120 people have gone to Bella Vista for a weekend of tennis and social fun. The HSV Tennis Association’s competition committee runs five to seven social tennis playing programs per year. A person new to the Village can come and play five times a week, right away, in organized play. There is a level for everyone. One player didn’t begin playing tennis until the age of 79. Now in his 80’s, he continues to play four times a week.The professional staff at Coronado Tennis Center consists of head pro Bob Wagstaff, and assistant pro Travis Johnson. Both offer group and private lessons as well as USA league training. A ball machine is available for rent. The Coronado Tennis Center recently dedicated a new clubhouse. The 1,450 square foot structure is over 500 square feet larger than the old facility. The clubhouse also includes a 400 square foot covered patio. The new clubhouse features a check-in area, pro shop, lounge, restroom, office, and a small kitchen.

  • RV Park Located on Balearic Road a half mile south of the Camino Road intersection is the entrance to the campgrounds. There are 10 spaces (6 for property owners and 4 for guests.) Each site has electrical and water hook-ups.A centralized dump station is located at the entrance to the campgrounds. Reservations are required. Maximum stay is 14 days.

  • Cedar Creek Walking Trail Cedar Creek Walking Trail is a combination of four paths for a total of 2.5 miles of trail. This is a beautiful, wooded nature trail with level terrain except for a slight incline on the Mourning Dove Path. Bridges across Cedar Creek separate the loops, and there are several benches overlooking the creek. Entrance to the trail is located on Minorca Road, 1.4 miles south of DeSoto Blvd. Two parking areas are available.

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