Outdoor Activities

Eureka Springs has some amazing outdoor activities from hiking to ziplines!


Cosmic Cavern

URL: http://cosmiccavern.com/
Phone: 870-749-2298
Email: info@cosmiccavern.com
Come see why Cosmic Cavern has been named as one of the top 10 showcaves in the U.S. Cosmic Cavern is one of Arkansas' hidden treasures. You will see 2 bottomless cave lakes during your 1hr and 15 minute tour. Looking for a NEW adventure? Come on our Wild Cave Tours!

Mystic Caverns

URL: https://mysticcaverns.com/
Phone: 1-888-743-1739
Email: https://mysticcaverns.com/contact/us/
Mystic Caverns offers guided tours through two spectacular Ozark caverns at one location. The older cavern, Mystic, has been toured since the 1920's and is filled with beautiful calcite formations. The younger cavern, Crystal Dome, wasn't discovered until 1967 and has been maintained in pristine condition!

Oxyx Cave

URL: http://onyxcaveeurekasprings.com/
Phone: 479-253-9321
The Cave maintains a constant temperature of 57 degrees. Our radio headphones guide you through the cave as you pass amazing formations of stalactites and stalagmites. Easy access ramps take you to the cave entrance and a nonstrenuous trail leads you through it. Also visit our 1890's Button and Doll Museum.

War Eagle Cavern on Beaver Lake

URL: http://www.wareaglecavern.com/
Phone: 479-789-2090
Featuring a spectacular natural entrance, War Eagle Cavern on the shores of Beaver Lake offers 60 minute guided walking tours. No stairs or tight passages, wide walkways and stroller and pet friendly. Gem panning, Lost in the Woods maze, hiking trails, picnic and play areas above for hours of family fun.

Fishing at Beaver Lake

URL: http://www.beaverdamstore.net/rates.cfm
Phone: 479-253-6154
Fishing report: http://www.beaverdamstore.net/fishing_reports.cfm Whether you are a first timer or a seasoned expert, we can put together a guided Fly or tackle fishing experience for you. We understand a fishing trip is something you have dreamed about for some time, and it isn't just about catching lots of fish or the biggest fish; it's also time for reflection, beautiful surroundings, and a shared passion.

Busch Mountain Fishing

URL: http://www.buschmountainfishing.net
Phone: (479 ) 244-0039
Email: Buschmountainfishingguide@gmail.com
Busch Mountain Guide Service provides the best, poles (spinning reels ) , lures, bait and terminal tackle. I am the only fishing guide that fishes out of a full size bass boat in this area. Fishing out of a Bass boat allows for more comfort and mobility.

Hosanna Hills Fishing

URL: http://www.hosannahillsfishing.com/#trips-we-offer
Phone: 479-253-3199
We primarily fish for rainbow trout and brown trout since these are available all year round. Seasonally, we fish for walleye and white bass, both in the spring. After fishing, we will clean and bag your fish for you.

Holiday Island Golf Courses

URL: http://holidayisland.us/golf/
Phone: 479-253-9511
Holiday Island offers a 18-hole championship course and an executive 9-hole course. We also have the most unique driving range in the state. We offer golf tournaments for corporate and group outings and special rates including a week of unlimited golf, power cart and driving range privileges for $99 per person.

Beaver Bridge

Called the Little Golden Gate, this famous one-lane bridge is worth the ride from town. Bring your camera. Short hiking trail on the north side of the river. HWY 187 Beaver, AR 72632

Beaver Lake Trail

URL: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/arkansas/beaver-lake
Beaver Lake Loop Trail is a 4.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Garfield, Arkansas that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Black Bass Lake Trail

URL: http://eurekaspringstrails.com/black-bass-lake/
A peaceful and beautiful park close to town 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. Spring brings butterflies and dragonflies, and frogs croaking along the water's edge

Dogwood Canyon Park

URL: http://www.dogwoodcanyon.org/
Phone: 1-800-225-6343
Email: info@dogwoodcanyon.org
Our 6.5 mile paved walking trail guides you past beautiful limestone bluffs and tumbling waterfalls, over bridges formed of native stone or hand-crafted wrought iron, and a covered bridge of Amish construction. Our beautiful rainbow trout swim in clear spring-fed waters, easily visible as you pass by. Native Ozark wildlife can be seen throughout the wilderness park as you walk or hike on the many trails available. Biking is not only an enjoyable hobby but also a great form of exercise and no place is better suited for it than Dogwood Canyon. You can bring your own bike or single-speed, coaster-brake bikes are available in a variety of sizes (including kiddie carts) and provide a comfortable ride at your own pace. The path is paved and gently sloping, and is shared by walkers and trams. Bikes are rented on a first come, first served basis. Horseback riding at Dogwood Canyon Nature Park allows you to explore the Ozarks through the eyes of early settlers, discovering areas of the park not seen by the tram or from walking and biking trails. Located right along Little Indian Creek, the new Little Indian Stables has 24 stalls and gives guests the chance to meet the horses before setting out on their horseback adventure. Experienced wranglers guide guests on a leisurely ride while exploring ridges, hollows, old logging roads and other scenic views. We offer 1-hour horseback rides, or for more experienced guests wanting a longer horseback experience, we offer our Little Indian lunch ride! This ride is approximately 2 hours with a break for lunch. Reservations are required.

Hobbs State Park

URL: https://www.arkansasstateparks.com/hobbsstateparkconservationarea/
Phone: 479-789-5000
Email: hobbs@arkansas.com
Arkansas's largest state park in land area, Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area (HSPCA) covers a 12,056-acre tract of diverse Ozark landscape along the southern shore of 28,370-acre Beaver Lake. The park includes a wide variety of trails. This park's landscape consists of plateaus, ridges, valleys, and streams featuring an upland forest of oak, hickory and pine. Many water features including disappearing streams, springs and seeps have carved the many hollows in this fragile limestone landscape and created cave-related features including numerous sinkholes.

Lake Leatherwood

URL: http://eurekaparks.com/parks/lake-leatherwood/
Phone: 479-253-7921
For hiking and biking enthusiasts, the park maintains over 25 miles of trails with varying terrains. Please note that all trails are closed to motorized vehicles. Hikers and bicyclists will enjoy solitude, wildlife, cool springs, an intermittent creek, historic stone walls and bridges, unusual rock formations and the beauty of nature. Fishing & boating fans will be glad to know that the park provides a paved boat ramp and a handicapped-accessible kayak & canoe launch!

Pivot Rock & Natural Bridge

URL: https://www.eurekasprings.org/pivot-rock-natural-bridge/
Fascinating geological formations in a tranquil, wooded area. Easy hiking 1708 PIVOT ROCK RD

Bear Mountain Riding Stables

URL: www.bearmountainstables.com
Phone: 479-253-6990
Trail rides last about an hour through some of the most beautiful Ozark mountain views and are suitable for all ages and experience, from beginners to pros. Rides are led by experienced guides who tell great stories and tall tales.

Dinner Bell Ranch

URL: http://www.dinnerbellranchandresort.com/
Phone: 479-253-2900
Enjoy guided Horseback Rides through the hilly terrain of the scenic Ozark countryside. Not to worry, though, the ride is suited for all ages and experience levels. Bring your camera to take advantage of the many photo opportunities!

Ozark Mountain Ziplines

URL: http://www.ziplineeurekasprings.com/
Phone: 479-363-6699
Experience the exhilarating thrill of a Zip Line Canopy Tour right in the heart of the beautiful, pristine Ozark Mountains at Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Soar through the air

Trigger Gap Outfitters

URL: www.triggergapoutfitters.com
Phone: 479-253-5444
Email: http://www.triggergapoutfitters.com/contact-directions.htm
Five different types of float trips, ranging from beginner level to the novice on the Kings River. Kayak, raft, and paddle board rentals and also provide shuttle services on the King's River.

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