STAFF LETTER

Hello, and welcome to Eureka Springs!

We hope you are revved up to have a good time, because September is one of the best times to check out our little town.

It's a popular month for bikers to visit, with the Bikes, Blues and BBQ rally in Fayetteville spilling into Eureka. We are happy to welcome bikers from all over the country; there's so much to see and do in town and, if you ask us, it's even more fun on two wheels. Be prepared to see the breathtaking sights, have a drink and make new friends. We wouldn't blame you if you never wanted to leave!

Of course, there's plenty to do for those of you who aren't coming to town on a motorcycle. Listen to free music in Basin Park –– we anticipate a lively performance by PopRoots band Front Country on Sept. 21. Then step back in time with a trip to the Crescent Hotel, a historical marvel with activities for the whole family.

Whatever you do in Eureka Springs, we hope you have a lovely time, and please come back soon!

- Eureka Springs Visitor Staff

COVER STORY

Bikes, Blues & BBQ 2019

The bikes are in town for a long weekend in Eureka Springs to take the curves and roll with the hills.

FEATURES

FEATURED RESTAURANT

Myrtie Mae's

Full of good hometown country cooking, Myrtie Mae's of Eureka Springs has a menu that keeps going and fan favorites that never quit.

The Crescent Hotel

Beauty, history and mystery abound at this iconic boutique hotel that continues to make a name for Eureka Springs.

Basin Park Music Series

High-quality bands perform throughout the fall in a free outdoor music concert series.

Check out all the restaurants in town