Spring break is around the corner. The busy season at work and school quickly approaches. Now is the time to book a spring escape and recharge for the craziness to come. Whether you are a couple wanting to get away from it all, girlfriends wanting to reconnect or a family wanting to make memories, Eureka Springs is your one-stop-shop.
Book a room at the historic Crescent hotel, drop your bags off and head outdoors to go biking in Lake Leatherwood Park or perhaps you prefer canoeing down King’s River. Maybe a reflective time outdoors is called for, so bring your hammocks, hike to a waterfall within Buffalo National Park and make yourself at home for the afternoon.
Throughout your stay, take some time to try out the finest dining—we have 59 chef-owned restaurants so you’ll never run out of options.
With a few days of outdoor fun in the books, head down to the New Moon Spa for one of our many relaxing services—including a full-body massage or a variety of facials. Just make sure to call and schedule your services in advance, so our masseuse can be ready and waiting.
It’s hard to maintain relationships over a distance! Take some time to reconnect with your college roommates, your high school BFFs, the girls. Eureka Springs is an engaging little town with wonderfully unique stores for shopping and a town layout that allows you to walk everywhere!
When the evening strikes, put on your favorite pair of heels and hit one of over 20 bars. From pubs to karaoke, lounges to dancing, you’ll have fun catching up amongst the vibrant, local nightlife. Click here for our 21 & fun guide.
You know time together as a family is precious. With a visit to Eureka Springs, you can engage in a variety of activities that keep up with your kids and spark new excitement. Check out Turpentine Creek, a wildlife refuge that rescues cats (of all sizes) from around the nation. The up-close tours will spellbind kids both big and small!
Maybe you’re past the boogie-man stage and on to the thrill-seeking stage. If so our ghost tour offered at the one and only Crescent hotel is just the thing. You walk back in time (and throughout the hotel) hearing of the ghosts that still roam the halls, as well as visit the morgue—yes, a real morgue where a crazy “doctor” used to store bodies, now you’re intrigued.
Don’t delay in scheduling your trip to Eureka this spring break, no matter the occasion or group!