44 Kingshighway 479-239-0029 firstname.lastname@example.org The Eureka Springs Community Center offers classes and activities for both local members and our guests. They offer multi-use outdoor events space for farmers markets, concerts, exhibitions, plus indoor meeting and activity space. Visit the website for a current calendar of events. Web Site Facebook Page
Outdoors and Indoors, Traditional to Eccentric
Eureka Springs is an extraordinary destination with extraordinary attractions, both within the downtown historic district and in the picturesque surrounding countryside. Experiences range from a quietly absorbing stroll through the town’s Historical Museum to venturing underground for tours of our incredible caves and caverns. Don’t miss the wildlife refuge, with its large population of big exotic cats living in a natural habitat. There are ghost tours, ziplines, even a seven-story statue of Jesus, arms spread, overlooking downtown. Regardless of which Eureka Springs attractions you choose, you’ll be entertained, educated and utterly charmed.
239 Turpentine Creek Lane (479) 253-5841 Web Site Facebook Instagram In the Ozark Mountains on 459 acres and home to a variety of exotic and native animals, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge (TCWR) is one of Arkansas’ most respected big cat sanctuaries. As an ethical animal tourism destination accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries, this […]
The Ozark Natural Science Center’s mission is to enhance the understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of the Ozark natural environment. The Center focuses on school-based programming that offers hands-on, experiential field science opportunities to more than 3,000 students annually. ONSC’s campus includes three lodges, an education building, guest housing, outdoor classroom, observation deck, pavilion, dining hall, […]