Connect with us!

A Guide to

Eureka Springs Attractions

Eureka Springs is a great place to visit and there is so much to do in and around town to keep you busy when you stay at All Seasons Luxury Properties. These Eureka Springs attractions range from walking distance from one of our properties to a short drive. Regardless, each offers a unique experience and good times for all who visit. Be sure to add these attractions to your list of things to do in Eureka Springs.

Springs in Eureka Springs

Eureka Springs got its names thanks to the host of springs that sit in and around the city. Before tourists ventured to Eureka Springs, there were 62 springs in town. While all these aren't all visible, the city has restored over 12. This includes Basin Spring at Basin Spring Park; Crescent, Harding, Sweet and Grotto springs on Spring Street; and Magnetic Spring o0n Magnetic Drive.
  • Address: 4 Spring St. Eureka Springs, AR
  • Hours: N/A
  • Price: Free 
Basin Spring Park is more than just a park to honor the eponymous spring, but is also a hub of sorts. This park sits in the heart of downtown Eureka Springs and is a centralized spot for a variety of activities throughout the year. This is a great place to rest and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Learn of the history to fully appreciate the park.
  • Address: 30 Crescent Drive, Eureka Springs, AR
  • Gift Shop Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Monday
  • Price: Free
St. Elizabeth Catholic Church has been a part of Eureka Springs since 1882 when Father Michael Smythe built a frame church. The church offers mass, confessions and other worship services throughout the week. The church grounds are a great place to take in the history and beauty of the structure. There is also a gift shop that offers a number of religious items.
  • Address: 1303 County Road 204, Eureka Springs, AR
  • Hours: N/A
  • Price: Free 
Lake Leatherwood sits in the northern alcove of town and offers an 85-acre spring-fed lake. Surrounding the body of water is Lake Leatherwood Park, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors to the park can enjoy the 25-miles of hiking and biking trails, enjoy the wildlife, go boating or go fishing. There is a bait shop and boat rentals available at the lake.
  • Address: 274 Quigley Castle Road, Eureka Springs, AR
  • Hours: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. April 1 through Oct. 31
  • Price: $8 per adult; free for children 14 and under
Quigley's Castle is billed as the "Ozarks strangest dwelling." The castle was the dream home of the late Elise Quigley and is famous for its garden displays. There are over 400 kinds of flowers and paths to fully enjoy them. The paths take guests to benches, lily ponds and birdbaths. The paths take guests indoors where plants grow as well.
  • Address: 338 Onyx Cave Lane, Eureka Springs, AR
  • Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday
  • Price: Varies based on attraction combos 
Onyx Cave sits northeast of Eureka Springs and offers a variety of tours for all guests to enjoy. The cave, however, isn't the only attraction on site. Visitors can pair their cave tour with gemstone mining, ax throwing or a smash room. There is an option for a combo of all the activities. Cave tours last about 30 minutes and include an audio guide. The cave is accessible to all ages thanks to the easy access ramps.