STAFF LETTER

Hello, and welcome to Eureka Springs!

August is the perfect time to visit our little town, whether you're taking a last-minute family vacation before school starts or enjoying a romantic getaway with your love.

If you're looking for some family fun, you can't miss Bluegrass Blast. Slated for Aug. 9-10, Bluegrass Blast features two days of free music in Basin Spring Park. We always love watching talented musicians perform in the Basin Spring Park bandshell, and we bet you will, too!


For those looking to relax outdoors, look no further than the Native Plant Garden project next to the art wall downtown. The garden has more native plants that we can name, and it's a beautiful sight to see. Even better, the native plants feed our pollinators to keep the cycle of life thriving in the wild.


We imagine you'll work up an appetite venturing throughout our hilly town. You can't go wrong with SkyBar, a restaurant that serves pizza, wings, salad and more at the historic towering Crescent Hotel. Great food with a view? Sign us up!


Whatever you do when you're in Eureka Springs, we hope you enjoy it and come back soon!

- Eureka Springs Visitor Staff

COVER STORY

Bluegrass Blast 2019

The festival features two days of music in Basin Spring Park, centrally located in downtown Eureka Springs.

FEATURES

FEATURED RESTAURANT

SkyBar Restaurant at the Crescent Hotel

Tommy Shafer, the hotel’s executive chef, said the hotel used to be known for its Crystal Dining Room but SkyBar is growing in popularity. SkyBar found its groove after a few menu changes.

Native Plant Garden

Downtown Eureka Springs is a treasure trove of sights and sounds if you know where to look. We suggest you start at the Native Plant Garden.

Image courtesy of Eureka Springs Historical Museum

Historic Downtown Eureka Springs

Here’s the history of some of downtown’s most popular spots, courtesy of the Eureka Springs Historical Museum.

View the 2019 Eureka Springs Community Calendar

Check out all the restaurants in town