BIG attractions a SHORT One-Hour Drive Away
Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum
A Remarkable collection of memorabilia that includes such amazing archives as private collections Buffalo Bill, General Custer, Roy Rogers, Civil War in the Ozarks and an Edward S. Curtis photo gallery. The Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum features artifacts, images and interactive exhibits that chronologically walk you through the development of the Ozarks.
62 Minutes North — Hwy 23 to Hwy 86 — at the intersection of 86/65
University of Arkansas Athletics
Fayetteville, Arkansas and the University of Arkansas is one-hour from Eureka Springs.
Highway 23 South — Highway 12 – Highway 45 to College Avenue
Pea Ridge National Military Park
The Battle That Saved Missouri For The Union. On March 7-8, 1862, 26,000 soldiers fought here to decide the fate of Missouri and the West. The 4,300 acre battlefield honors those who fought for their beliefs. Pea Ridge was one of the most pivotal Civil War battles and is the most intact Civil War battlefield in the United States. Daily 8:30am-4pm
Pea Ridge is on Highway 62 just 30 minutes West of Eureka Springs.
Roaring River State Park
Hobbs State Park
Buffalo River Region Hiking Trails
The Buffalo River Region surrounds America’s First National River. Bountiful watchable wildlife including an Arkansas Elk Herd and winter Eagle migration make scenic drives and breathtaking hikes something to include in your visit.
The Buffalo River Region is most commonly accessed by Following Highway 21 South from Berryville and visiting the community of Ponca. A One-hour drive from Eureka Springs
War Eagle Mill Hobbs State Park
Located on Highway 12 through the majestic Hobbs State Park, War Eagle Mill continues to operate today in the pristine valley and with a style representative to an earlier era.
War Eagle Mill is 30 minutes from Eureka Springs Highway 23 South — Highway 12
Dogwood Canyon Nature Park
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
This MUST SEE museum is located less than one-hour from Eureka Springs. Travel West on Highway 62 to Bentonville then North on J Street. Review the Collection
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman House has been relocated to the museum site.