2019 Eureka Springs Visitor's Guide
Steeped in history, clinging to limestone walls, nestled in the mountains and surrounded by water, Eureka Springs has been called the authentic "cultural island" in Northwest Arkansas. The quirky 'cosmo-urban' atmosphere is alive and brimming with activities all year long - and the 2019 season is about to really ramp up.
If you want a truly unique foody experience, you'll find it here with over sixty restaurants, most of which are Chef owned and full of culinary flare. If you're an art lover - you've just found paradise! Eureka Springs has been a vibrant art village since the early 1920's and we've been known around the world for our art and architecture ever since.
Today, we have over 350 working artists, performers, musicians, and more than 30 art galleries including one of my favorites - The Statton Gallery.
Jom and Judy Statton, of The Statton Gallery
If you're more of the outdoorsy type, you've just found nirvana! For the adrenaline rush, try out our zip line or the miles of biking, hiking and mountain trails or explore our caves and caverns. For the wet and wild, head to one of two rivers or three lakes for great fishing, smooth water for canoe or kayak floats, boating, jet skiing, paddle boarding, or Stand-Up paddle boarding.
Eureka Springs has lots of attractions and points of interest. Stroll through town and take in over 65 natural springs with manicured pocket parks like the one picture here featuring Magnetic Spring, on Magnetic Avenue in Eureka Springs, AR.
The Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center is a great place to start your visit. There you will find everything you need to know about Eureka Springs, AR including the many unique shops, event and festival information, how to plan your wedding, anniversary, family vacation or reunion, business meetings and conferences, lodging information, entertainment options and discount tickets.
Eureka Springs is a mystical, magical place that welcomes EVERYONE ... and we're sure glad you're here.
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