During this unprecedented event, the Eureka Springs Tourism Office continues to focus on the health and safety of all those who live and visit our unique and historic town. We know that the COVID-19 situation may impact travel plans and therefore will continue to monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the Arkansas Department of Health to provide the latest information.
Local emergency management leaders are taking the possibility of a pandemic threat seriously. City, county, state, and school leaders, nursing facilities, along with law enforcement are working together to make sure all efforts are coordinated should there be an emergency.

Please see the city web site for updated news.

As of April 4th, 2020, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has signed an Executive Order temporarily banning out-of-state travelers from staying in hotels, motels, or other short-term rentals in Arkansas. According to Hutchinson, commercial lodging and vacation rental facilities may now only allow essential personnel, such as healthcare professionals, first responders and law enforcement, to stay at the facilities. See the full press conference on his YouTube channel.  To review Governor Hutchinson’s Executive Order regarding hotels, as well as updates from the Governor’s office regarding COVID-19, click here.  Best Western Inn of the Ozarks is currently open for essential travel. 

Due to the recommendations from the CDC on gatherings, events over the next several weeks have been canceled.  We are updating our events calendar constantly to keep it up to date.

Attention brides-to-be! Currently, the Carroll County Courthouse is open by appointment only for marriage licenses.  Please call 479-253-8646 for an appointment.

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