Eureka Springs, Arkansas
The Most Fun in Historic Downtown is
Eureka Springs, Ark.
...and that's why families, couples and groups come here!
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.
Today's visitors still splash in our waters (adjacent Beaver Lake and Table Rock Lake; Buffalo National River, White River, and Kings River), hike our trails (both urban and throughout the Ozark National Forest), find great places to eat (Eureka Springs restaurants abound .greatest per capita of any Arkansas community), stay (historic Eureka Springs hotels that accommodate with old world charm) and discoveries like shopping (one-of-a-kind stores and galleries) and an Arkansas spa or two that are uniquely located in a historic hotel.
Featured outdoor fun events include the Eureka Springs Fat Tire Festival, Eureka Springs XTERRA Eureka Springs Off-Road Triathlon and Trail Run, Wal-Mart FLW and Buddy Bass Tournaments on Beaver Lake. Meanwhile back in downtown Eureka, there are parades galore, live music and entertainment in Basin Spring Park and the all-new Downtown Underground tour. Find easy trails maps at EurekaSpringsTrails.com
And these days even more come for romance fun and a Eureka Springs wedding at such world-renowned sites as Thorncrown Chapel (more Arkansas weddings in Eureka than anywhere else here in The Natural State). So how do today's travelers spell FUN? Eureka Springs, Arkansas and remember the MOST FUN IS DOWNTOWN!
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.
Northwest Arkansas: Do More than Visit - Explore !