Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Fun Awaits in Downtown Eureka Springs, AR
Combine the thrills of a GHOST TOUR with the ADVENTURE of a Paranormal Investigation and you have the Basin Park Hotel’s “GHOST ADVENTOUR”.
The "early-day tourists" who came flocked here in the mid- to late-1800s knew right away that Eureka Springs was a place to which they would like to return time after time after time. Why? Because here in The Ozarks they had FUN. Memorable, clean, affordable fun. Whether it was splashing in our waters or hiking our trails or finding a great place to eat or stay or other wonderful discoveries, they knew they could unwind outdoors in Eureka Springs, AR.
In Downtown Eureka Springs, there are parades galore, festivals and events year round with live music througout most bars and restuarants, including Basin Spring Park, located adjacent to the Basin Park Hotel. Whatever time of year you are visiting Eureka Springs there is always something happening and attractions open year round. The Downtown Underground tour is a great way to learn about the history and colorful past of Eureka Springs. Find easy trails maps at EurekaSpringsTrails.com.
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Eureka Springs Outdoors
Eureka Springs nestled between three lakes and two rivers is perfect for an active escape. The town is blessed with abundant trails in town as well as adventure biking trails at Lake Leatherwood. Whether you are a walker, hiker or mountain biker, Eureka Springs is right. Click here for easy viewing maps.
For floaters and fisherman both the Kings River and White River have professional outfitters to assist. For boaters Eureka Springs is within ten miles of the Holiday Island Marina on Table Rock Lake and Eureka Spring's Starkey Marina serving the BIG water of Beaker Lake.
Eureka flips the switch from day time shopping to nighttime fun in downtown with unique bars, restaurants and live music all around. Enjoy the tastes of Eureka! With so many locally owned chef restaurants, you will not be disappointed in where you choose to dine. Live music can easily be found almost daily by walking through town and checking out the local bar scene.
With lakes as big as Beaver and mountains and scenic beauty that define the Natural state, Northwest Arkansas is the signature region that finds itself as an international leader for business, education, sports, tourism and arts and culture.
Home of the Razorbacks and University of Arkansas, the region fosters entrepreneurial spirit that founded such companies as Walmart and Tyson foods and was foundational in inspiring leaders such a William Fulbright and William Jefferson Clinton.
Today, the arts of our unique and preserved downtowns are alive in top 50 arts destinations such as Eureka Springs with its Thorncrown Chapel or Fayetteville with the Walton Arts Center and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville.