COVID-19: What to Expect in Eureka Springs Right Now
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 provide the most up-to-date information with your safety in mind. We want you to have the resources you need to make informed travel decisions when it comes to COVID-19 and urge all travelers to take protective measures. 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.
Effective July 20th, 2020 Governor Asa Hutchinson has issued state mandate for residents and visitors in Arkansas. Everyone will be required to wear masks in public spaces to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. For more information on this mandate, please click here.
On May 11th, restaurants were allowed to re-open with restrictions,. Currently in Phase II, restaurants are allowed to seat at 2/3 capacity. Please note that masks must be worn inside restaurants until food is served.
Whether you are looking for a hotel, bed & breakfast or private vacation rental, our Eureka Springs lodging properties are offering unique safety protocols to protect the health of their guests.
From socially-distanced tables to curbside dining, our restaurant community is dedicated to making the health and safety of our visitors their top priority. All restaurants are only allowed to seat at 2/3 capacity. Other procedures include:
-Ensuring staff wear cloth face coverings
Eureka Springs tours, attractions, shops, and experiences are all offering unique safety precautions for the health and well-being of our visitors as well.
As a visitor to Eureka Springs, you can help create a safer, healthier environment for everyone by following a few guidelines and best practices:
Please see the city web site for updated news.
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.