Eureka Springs

Just a 25 min drive and you can enjoy the historic beauty and charm of this unique town.

Contact Information

 Location (Downtown)

36 S Main St., Eureka Springs, AR 72632





 Directions to downtown

Uniqueness at its best! Eureka Springs has a history and charm like no other. This Victorian Village has over 100 shops, galleries alone!  Fantastic restaurants, parks & trails, spas and massage locations, and a beautiful 500-acre wildlife refuge.

There’s something for everyone in Eureka Springs!

Interested in trying out a zipline, ghost adventures, fishing, opera in the Ozarks? The activities go on and on.

See their website or call them directly for more information.


Eureka Springs shops and galleries couple shopping

Shops & Galleries

Take a stroll through Eureka Springs and enjoy over 100 unique shops and galleries.  Window shopping or looking for something truly unique…you can find it here!


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Eureka Springs can satisfy anyone’s appetite for everything from down home southern food to romantic, candlelit dinners. Award-winning restaurants serve savory Czech-German dishes, authentic Italian cuisine and spicy East Indian fare. You’ll find Mediterranean, Chinese, Irish, Mexican, Cajun, and Thai as well. You can also dine on a dining car at Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway.!


Eureka Springs zipline

Ozark Mountains


Experience the exhilarating thrill of a Zip Line Canopy Tour right in the heart of the beautiful, pristine Ozark Mountains in Eureka Springs!


Eureka Springs parks trails

Parks & Trails

Eureka Springs is home to some of the best mountain biking in Mid-America. Eureka Springs and the Oz Trails system of Northwest Arkansas offer a huge variety of trails for mountain bikers of any experience level, from beginners looking for a scenic ride through breathtaking Ozark Mountains, to seasoned bikers looking for professionally developed routes and are up to the ultimate challenge of the Eureka Springs Downhill.   Visit Bike Eureka for more information on the trails in Eureka Springs.