CITY

Eureka Springs

POPULATION:

2,220

MEDIAN HOME:

342,000

COUNTY:

CARROLL

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Eureka SpringsHeadlines
December 5, 2023

Eureka Springs Named Top 10 Places to Travel in 2024

Eureka Springs is famous for its historic structures, artsy vibe, and sacred healing waters. It’s…
AccoladesEureka SpringsHeadlinesOutdoors
October 6, 2023

Eureka Springs Named Among Best Small Towns in the U.S. to See Fall Foliage

Built into the mountainside, the town of Eureka Springs is one of the best places…
ArtsEureka SpringsHeadlines
August 18, 2023

Eureka Springs Named Best Small Art Town In The U.S.

The town is home to more than 400 talented working artists, which is part of…
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CIVIC

City of Eureka Springs Link

City of Eureka Springs

Well known for its inclusivity and community vibe, Eureka Springs has everything from historic tours and art galleries to outdoor adventures and indulgent spas, making it the perfect getaway for anyone seeking a welcoming and memorable experience.

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Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce Link

Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce

The ultimate resource for visitors and locals alike, the chamber is dedicated to promoting and supporting the community, offering a wealth of information about the town’s attractions, events, and businesses.

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Main Street Eureka Springs Link

Main Street Eureka Springs

With a focus on the Downtown District of Eureka Springs, the organization’s initiatives include entrepreneur education, placemaking projects, economic development, historic cultural tourism, brand building, and leadership development.

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Out in Eureka Link

Out in Eureka

The voice of LGBT Eureka Springs, providing ongoing information about events, services, lodging, art, dining, and nightlife for gay visitors.

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OUTDOORS

Lake Leatherwood City Park link

Lake Leatherwood City Park

A 32,000 square foot nature preserve spanning 61 acres, the center offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the natural history and ecology of the Ozarks. With interactive exhibits, educational programs, and miles of hiking trails, the center is dedicated to promoting environmental awareness and conservation in the region.

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Blue Spring Heritage Center link

Blue Spring Heritage Center

A downtown destination dedicated to Walter Turnbow, a local Springdale resident who served his community for 70 years. The park is newly renovated and has become the perfect gathering place to spend time with friends and family.

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Natural Springs Trail Link

Natural Springs Trail

Conceived as a training ground for aspiring mountain bikers, the park is a 2.75 acre state-of-the-art outdoor bicycle skills training area on the campus of The Jones Center. It comprises three separate areas: the Pump Track, which is one of the largest asphalt tracks in North America, the Skills Course, and the Bicycle Playground.

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Black Bass Lake Trail link

Black Bass Lake Trail

Nestled near Bayyari Park, the expertly crafted dirt trails of this mountain biking network feature boulders, rocky descents, and punchy climbs to keep riders of all levels on their toes.

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Onyx Cave Park Link

Onyx Cave Park

Famous since 1891, Onyx Cave is Arkansas’ oldest toured cave and the park offers one of the very few self-guided cave tours in the US.

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Pivot Rock Park Link

Pivot Rock Park

A unique roadside attraction, Pivot Rock Park features the area’s strangely stacked natural rock formations, including an upside-down pyramid and a naturally occurring stone bridge.

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EDUCATION

Eureka Springs Schools Link

Eureka Springs Schools

The Eureka Springs School District is committed to providing a world-class education in a caring and nurturing environment that allows every student to reach his or her full potential.

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Clear Spring School Link

Clear Spring School

Providing quality project-based hands-on learning for 49 years, Clear Spring School offers small classes for students preK-12th grade, with a focus on outdoor education, life skills, and active citizenship.

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Eureka Springs School of the Arts Link

Eureka Springs School of the Arts

With the founding philosophy that art is vital to the human spirit, the school is committed to cultivating, promoting, and encouraging artistic expression by providing art and fine craft education opportunities for students of all levels.

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Out in Eureka Link

Learn more about Education in Northwest Arkansas

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NONPROFIT

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge link

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge

A permanent home for abandoned, abused, and neglected big cats such as lions, tigers, and cougars. The refuge also educates visitors on the importance of animal welfare and conservation efforts. With over 450 acres of natural habitat, visitors can observe these magnificent animals and learn about their rehabilitation.

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Hispanic Women's Organization of Arkansas Link

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CS Bank Link

CS Bank

As the only bank to remain in Eureka Springs since the town’s establishment in 1879, the bank is proud of its longstanding presence, dedication to the area, and commitment to community.

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