Local Area Activities
Make time to see all of Eureka Springs - and bring the kids and grandkids! Eureka Springs has plenty of attractions, vacation and honeymoon activities that entertain the young and young-at-heart.
Are you looking for locally handcrafted art, jewelry, apparel of all kinds or maybe antiques? You'll find it all in Eureka Springs. Artists of all mediums from around the country have converged here over the years to enjoy the beauty of Northwest Arkansas. Come see what treasures you can find!
Bass, trout, crappie and wall-eye are all waiting for the avid fisherman. Don't have a boat? Rent one from one of several outfitters. Need a guide? We know who to call.
Enjoy a sumptuous dinner in one of the many fine Eureka Springs restaurants. Arkansas newspaper readers have consistently voted Eureka Springs’ restaurants among the best in the state in annual polls. Restaurants in Eureka Springs are all “come as you are” hospitable and ready to make eating out a highlight of your visit to Eureka Springs. Whether your taste runs to American, European and Mediterranean or New York-style pizza to fried catfish or filet mignon, you’ll leave the table with a smile and a resolve to come back again soon.
Nestled in the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas amidst sparkling lakes and rivers with spectacular sunsets and its own captivating Victorian charm, Eureka Springs is a perfect destination for your wedding, reception and honeymoon. If you are looking for a charming, intimate, unique and special locale for the most important day of your life – and perhaps a beautiful vacation together –this one of a kind historic town offers just that.Called “The Wedding Capital of the South”, Eureka Springs hosts over 4,000 weddings a year and boasts an amazing variety of wedding venues from the historic hotels to charming gardens and small salon settings. It is a community filled with wedding professionals ready to make your wedding easy for you and personal to your taste.
For hiking and biking enthusiasts, Lake Leatherwood Park maintains over 21 miles of trails with varying terrains. Please note that all trails are closed to motorized vehicles. Hikers and bicyclists will enjoy solitude, wildlife, cool springs, an intermittent creek, historic stone walls and bridges, unusual rock formations and the beauty of nature.
For the canoe and kayak enthusiasts there are options galore. Beaver Lake, Lake Leatherwood, Black Bass Lake, the White River or the King River each offer something a little different to explore. Don't have your own, we can hook you up with one of the outfitters in this area.