For more than 100 years, Eureka Springs has welcomed guests to experience the magic of this Ozark Mountain town. Located in northwest Arkansas, Eureka Springs is a place like no other.
As one of the last truly Victorian-era towns, Eureka Springs remains a thriving example of Small Town America. The entire city is on the National Register of Historic Places. Eureka Springs will surprise and delight you with its colorful history lessons and vivid reminders of how things were.
Eureka Springs is a natural location for groups and small meetings or conventions. Here you will find a refreshing alternative to traffic congestion and other difficulties often encountered in larger areas. Thanks to splendid scenery and many entertainment and lodging choices, few places in Mid-America welcome group travelers like we do.
Group visitation has been the lifeblood of Eureka Springs from the start. The railroads organized excursions in the 1800s and today, Eureka Springs ranks as one of Arkansas’ most popular group destinations. Groups of all kinds are always warmly welcomed at all of our exciting attractions. Our restaurants are ready to offer your group palate-pleasing menus either pre-set or individual requests. A variety of lodging options provide everything from historic hotels to nostalgic “mom and pop:drive-ups. Many with easy in and out motorcoach accessibility.
Eureka Springs is decidedly not an ordinary town.
For more information about hosting an event in Eureka Springs, contact Madison Dawson, Tourism Director.