Things to Do in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Things to Do in Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Eureka Springs is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Arkansas for many reasons. The area is very much family-oriented and has many intriguing sites. Plus, if you love the outdoors, there's plenty to do.

Onyx Cave Park

This is not the largest cave in the United States, but it is said to be one of the oldest tours. The tour is self-guided.

338 Onyx Cave Lane
Eureka Springs, AR 72632-9631


Ghost Tours

These tours take the visitor through the Crescent Hotel and the City Cemetery and spaces in between. Some visitors have had paranormal experiences. Others think the history is more interesting than the possibility of ghosts inhabiting the area.

P.O. Box 189
Eureka Springs, AR 72632


Roaring River Springs

This 3,403-acre state park offers hiking, fishing and camping. More than 20 million gallons of water rush from the spring to form the Roaring River. The park is filled with scenic and hearty trails for hikers of any endurance level as well as relaxing fishing spots.

Ozark Mountain Motorcycle Tours

For motorcycle enthusiasts, the Ozark Mountain Motorcycle Tours are available with guides. The tour requires at least two motorcycles so bring your best friend or your special someone and go for a ride through some of the United States' oldest mountains. Among the destinations are Eureka Springs and the Buffalo River National Park.

Local Calls: 479-253-9479

Toll Free: 888-582-2220

Horseback Riding, Bear Mountain Cabins

Thirty acres surround four unique, well-furnished log cabins. The area around is filled with wildlife and trails for hiking. Visitors may see bald eagles nesting in the trees.

For Reservations:

Local Calls: 479-253-6185

Toll Free: 800-805-8005

Article Written By Heather Broeker

Originally from North Carolina, Heather Broeker studied journalism and advertising at the University of North Carolina. After graduation she moved to Los Angeles, where she worked for Fox Searchlight, Fox Reality and later as a writer and marketing director. Broeker now lives in Los Angeles and runs Head Over Heels, a writing and public relations company.

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