In Eureka Springs, romantic date ideas can be sophisticated and elegant or simple and lowkey! Eureka Springs is the ideal setting for romance, with its stunning beauty, rich history, and delicious cuisine. Here’s a list of things to do together as a couple:
A Fantastic Dinner
True romantics know that fine dining is a must. Gaskins Cabin was built around a 2-room log cabin constructed in 1864. and boasts a cozy atmosphere and truly delectable food. This steakhouse really is one of the quaintest eateries in Eureka Springs.
A Cozy Stroll through the Historic District
This old-fashioned date idea will help you make the most of your evening by slowing down time. Enjoy the simple pleasure of wandering hand-in-hand through Eureka Springs’ lovely Victorian homes and natural surroundings.
Enjoy a Couples Spa Experience
Founded on healing, It’s not a true Eureka Springs get away without a little pampering, and a couples spa experience will surely bring you closer together. Treat yourself and your partner to a personal couples spa experience at New Moon Spa. Choose from a variety of treatments and packages from massages to facials to body wraps.
Throw some axes
If you’re looking for a date night axe-perience unlike any other, you should definitely give axe throwing a shot at Wild Boar Axe House. It’s a fun, unique activity that requires a bit of hand-eye coordination and doubles as a fun workout, too
Relax at Our Resorts
Stay at the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa or Basin Park Hotel and enjoy the shared activities both resorts have to offer. Guests can enjoy the hot tub outside the New Moon Spa or stretch out under the stars soaking their muscles in the 90 degree-plus “hot pool” plus daily resort activities.
Quench your thirst
craft beer lovers will enjoy the variety of locally made brews at Gotahold Brewery and Eureka Springs Brewery. Those who prefer other spirits can visit Jack Rabbett’s Whisky Bar featuring their own Dickel Jack Rabbett Select and a variety of other specialty cocktails.
Explore the backroads
Cruise along scenic Highway 23 South past Kingston to Sweden Creek Falls. The hike is an easy to moderate 1.5-mile loop in a scenic Ozark canyon leading to the eighth largest waterfall in Arkansas. Or stay closer to town, and visit Black Bass Lake, a peaceful and beautiful park that feels like it’s miles from anywhere. Good for hiking, biking, fishing or a picnic while watching the bass in the clear green water.