Howdy! Welcome back to Small Town Saturday, where we visit one small town in each state. Today we are visiting Eureka Springs, Arkansas!
Eureka Springs in located right in the heart of the Ozarks. The Ozarks are home to some of the best trout fishing, water sports, camping, hiking and biking! And while you can spend your entire visit adventuring, you would be missing the beauty and flair this special town has to offer.
About Eureka Springs
With its winding mountainside streets, Eureka Springs is secluded and peaceful. The entire downtown area is on the National Register of Historic Places. Victorian homes line the streets hugging the cliff edge. And every block is lined with unique shops, boutiques, museums, and art galleries.
During the late 1800s, people flocked to the area in search of the healing powers of the springs. Today, one can experience the healing power of those springs through numerous day spas, massage therapists, herbalists, and alternative healers.
The springs are not potable, but provide a beautiful picnic and rest area with their perfectly landscaped and lush gardens.
Where to Stay
There is an abundance of options for visitors to find their ideal stay, Guests can choose between historic hotels, bed and breakfasts, motels, cottages, and cabins!
The Palace Bath House and Hotel is rich in history and a National Historic Register Property. Restored to its former glory, this unique hotel caters to those who seek out the finest accommodations. An absolute must and a tradition that has endured the test of time is the Palace Pampering. You absolutely must indulge yourself during your stay here.
For a truly unique stay, check out the Treehouse Cottages. All of the cottages were built and designed by the owner for a luxurious cottage stay. Suspended 20-3- feet in the treetop canopy of a private forest provides guests with a romantic experience.
The Stonegate Lodge offers a home away from home stay. You can enjoy their outdoor fireplace and pool. During seasin, they offer complimentary dinner on Saturday night for their guests. Stonegate Lodge recently underwent a renovation with oak furnishings and decor.
Contact your Travel Guru today for price points and things to see and do while you are in Eureka Springs. They can curate the perfect itinerary for your Ozarks getaway. Oh, and if you need a payment plan-we got those too!