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Updated: May 27
EUREKA IS ALIVE AND BOOMING WITH DEVELOPMENT
Readers far and wide have found this blog from all over the country and so this particular post is most exciting to me, as we - the beautiful community of Eureka Springs - announce some wonderful new developments on the horizon.
Basin Park Hotel
The Basin is an anchor in downtown Eureka Springs and has been since it was built in 1881 ; after all it is our Basin Spring where it all began. It is this spring that was first knows as Indian Healing Spring and it was the waters that flowed from here that caused a population surge in Eureka Springs as many flocked here to reside and to be healed.
The Basin Park Hotel, as old as it is, is cherished so it is with much pride that we announce these refurbishment plans. In this video, Jack Moyer, the General Manager of the Basin Park Hotel, explains what is about to happen in this exciting remodel.
With this new concept, a father-son duo is planning a $10 million dollar resort property to be built right here in Eureka Springs.
According to a news release issued Wednesday (Jan. 15), the $10 million development will incorporate two farm-to-table restaurants, a fast-casual cafe, 15 new cabins, boutique shopping, a 200-person event center, an outdoor event space and more than three miles of mixed-use walking/hiking and biking trails.
The destination is expected to create more than 100 hospitality jobs.
The Pine Mountain resort will open in phases, with all of the new concepts expected to be open by fall 2020 on the Pine Mountain property. Shea Design of Minnesota is the lead designer and C.R. Crawford of Fayetteville is the general contractor.
Chef and entrepreneur Marshall Johnson and his father, Paul Johnson, own the property and are the Pine Mountain developers. Marshall is the owner of Eureka Springs restaurant Rockin’ Pig Saloon.
More information <here> on this exciting new concept coming in 2020.
In an earlier blog-post written by Tammye Nash, Managing Editor of The Dallas Voice entitled "There's no place like 'shome'" www.iloveureka.com featured this new and exciting development also soon to arrive.
Ethan and David plan to create a nonprofit LGBT tiny home village right here in Eureka Springs, Arkansas for displaced LGBTQ+ folks. Check it out at www.safetobe.org.
The Queen Anne Mansion and Resort
Located in the historic district of charming Eureka Springs, The Queen Anne Mansion and Resort is the most enchanting, historic Victorian estate in the Ozarks.
Schedule your dream wedding, reception, corporate event, health & wellness retreat, or reserve a special getaway in their luxurious accommodations.
The Queen Anne Mansion and Resort will also offer, an Innovative Health and Wellness Day Spa as well as The Royale Dinner Club (a gourmet dining club.)
More information <here> on the Queen Anne Mansion and Resort.
Today, the population of Eureka Springs is approx. 2500 and The National Trust for Historic Preservation has named Eureka Springs as one of America's Distinctive Destinations. With so much on the horizon for us here, please take a moment to learn about Eureka Springs at www.iloveureka.com and discover what this beautiful place has to offer.