We love Eureka Springs. There is a lot to do here for such a small town. It’s definitely and ideal place to create your own adventure. Here’s some of our favorite things to do –


Lake Leatherwood City Park

Black Bass Lake

Hobbs State Park

The Gravity Feed bike shuttle

Take a walk downtown. Wendy does a regular route starting at the Eureka Springs Community Center to Benton over to Cat House to access Armstrong St to Douglas back to Little Lake Eureka to Steele Street a short jaunt on Flint to Main Street then south to Spring Street all the way to Ellis. Up the big hill then Crescent Drive which changes names with each curve back to the Community Center. It’s about 4.5 miles.

walking loop eureka springs

Rivers & Lakes

Fly fishing on the White River

Float Eureka

King’s River Outfitters

Trigger Gap Outfitters

Holiday Island Marina

Family Friendly

Turpentine Creek

Wild Boar Ax House

Escape Room 13

Turtle Creek Fun Center

Adventure Art: Art classes that make even the most skeptical feel like an artist! Very affordable, kind and patient teaching, and take home supplies make this a memory-making opportunity you won’t want to miss!


Missy’s White Rabbit

Gravel bar

New Delhi


Rowdy Beaver


Tasting Experiences

Fresh Harvest

Railway Winery

There are many good restaurants in town. We are sharing a few that are very specific for people with allergies (like alphaGal) or are vegan/vegetarian –

Three Bird Cafe

So Good Kitchen

Spring On Main

Local Flavor



Thai House

Bubba’s BBQ