Eureka Springs is home to some of the best mountain biking in Mid-America. Eureka Springs and the Oz Trails
system of Northwest Arkansas offer a huge variety of trails for mountain bikers of any experience level, from beginners looking for a scenic ride through breathtaking Ozark Mountains, to seasoned bikers looking for professionally developed routes and are up to the ultimate challenge of the Eureka Springs Downhill
. Visit Bike Eureka
for more information on our trails system.
Lake Leatherwood City Park (Map)
Historic Lake Leatherwood City Park has been a Eureka Springs recreation landmark for decades. The 1610 acre park continues to serve as the city's premier outdoor recreational resource. Over 25 miles of hiking and biking trails surround the spring-fed lake.
Black Bass Lake & Trails (Map)
Black Bass City park is one of Eureka Springs' newer recreational destinations. Two miles of trails, including a half-mile handicapped accessible trail, encircle the lake and cling to bluffs creating a backcountry feel only minutes from downtown. The 'no-motor' lake offers great fishing. A testament to the past, the earthen and limestone-faced dam dates from 1894, one of the oldest in the Ozarks.
Great Passion Play Bike Trails (Maps)
The Great Passion Play is excited to announce the completion of the first phase of construction hiking and mountain biking trails on the Passion Play grounds. Renowned mountain bike and recreational trail builder Tony Boone and his crew completed building the first 5-mile loop of what is planned to be over 18 miles of trails on the almost 700-acre complex of the Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.