Eureka Springs, AR, USA

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Eureka Springs, AR, USA

Eureka Springs vacation rentals

Immerse yourself in nature and art in Eureka Springs

With its sparkling lakes and soaring mountains, Eureka Springs is a prime vacation destination for groups of friends and families looking for a quiet retreat. Visitors love feasting at one of the town’s 60 restaurants. Art lovers can also rejoice, as the city is home to over 350 independent artists and maintains several different galleries. Checking out the Thorncrown Chapel, Beaver Lake, and the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge should also be on your list when staying at one of the many Eureka Springs vacation rentals.

Sample the arts and outdoors in Eureka Springs

With options like horseback riding on wooded trails, mysterious ghost tours, and caves to explore, there’s no shortage of fun activities near Eureka Springs vacation rentals. Thanks to the vibrant art scene, you’ll have a choice of over 30 art galleries to explore. The city also has a plethora of entertaining shows to attend, from the opera to live music concerts. To soak up some sun, spend the day fishing, scuba diving, swimming, or boating at Beaver or Table Rock Lake. Even better, take a ride on your motorcycle on one of the area’s detailed biker routes.

Discover an array of natural beauty in Eureka Springs

The main allure of Thorncrown Chapel is the picturesque and isolated woodland setting where it was built. This 48-foot tall chapel has 435 windows crafted out of 6,000 square feet of glass and is truly an architectural marvel. A Eureka Springs attraction for families is the Blue Spring Heritage Center, which offers gentle garden paths for strolling and educational programs for kids. If you’ve feeling even more bold, try ziplining through the Ozark Mountain canopy or making a stop at the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, which is home to some of the world’s most exotic big cats.

Enjoy mild summers when staying at Eureka Springs

The best time of year to visit Eureka Springs is the spring, summer, or fall, as these are the seasons when temperatures are the most comfortable. In particular, visiting in April, May, June, and October will let you enjoy average high temperatures between 69 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit as well as the city’s popular shopping and festivals. However, that doesn’t mean you should rule out winter, as all of the shops will still be open and you’ll have more time to explore the historical Downtown district.

Rejoice in the nature surrounding Eureka Springs

Because the city is situated in the Ozark Mountains, it has several beautiful geographic features, including the Eureka Springs nature trails. Many Eureka Springs vacation rentals are built along a ridge that opens up to a narrow valley at the center of the city. Just to the south is the Ozark National Forest, while Roaring River State Park is to the north. On the outskirts of town is Lake Leatherwood, which connects to the headwaters of Leatherwood Creek. And of course, one of the most important geographical features of Eureka Springs is the 140 freshwater springs throughout the community.