Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs is a vacation destination with year round appeal.
Eureka Springs is surrounded by natural springs, waterfalls, dozens of green spaces, city parks. Hike on miles of woodland trails or through the historic city streets. Challenge yourself with one of Eureka’s great outdoor events like the Fat Tire Festival, the Eurekan or the Victorian Classic. Swim, bike, boat, fish or float on Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, the White River, the Kings River, the Buffalo River Lake Leatherwood or Black Bass Lake. Work on your golf game in nearby Holiday Island.
Zip through the Ozark Mountain canopy & see things from a new perspective.
Follow the Arkansas Art Trail and explore the natural beauty of the region with stops at America’s First River…The Buffalo National River and the first art museum dedicated to American art….Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
History and Culture
A City that time forgot…Eureka Springs has embraced its unique stories and history with fun tours and attractions. From a Wild West town to unsolved mysteries, guided tours give visitors a glimpse of the history and culture that make Eureka Springs so magnetic. Creative festivals like the May Festival of the Arts, Eureka Gras, Blues Weekend, and the Folk Festival draw big crowds and are usually kicked off with a spectacular parade through downtown. Live music, dance performances, art shows and theater happen throughout the whole year.
Tour Eureka’s Underground with Downtown-N-Underground
Hang out at the pool, eat ice cream, ride the trolley…the list of things to do in Eureka Springs is endless. Kids really love to see the lions, tigers and bears at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge and all ages find inspiration in The Great Passion Play.
Have a roaring good time at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.
Take a day trip…See national parks, visit museums, watch Broadway shows. The Buffalo National River and Pea Ridge Military Park, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Walton Arts Center are just a few of the attractions that are just a short, scenic drive from Eureka Springs.