There are lots of hiking trails around Eureka Springs! Lake Leatherwood and Black Bass Lake are both city parks with historic stone dams and miles of maintained trails surrounding them. Lake Leatherwood has the largest hand-cut stone dame in the world, which you can walk or bike across. Both are only 5-10 minutes away!
Eureka Springs has some of the most beautiful rivers and lakes around. The White and Kings Rivers are both a short drive and provide ample kayaking opportunities on Class 1, and some Class 2 rapids. Or maybe you would prefer to rent one of our Stand-Up Paddleboards and paddleboard across Beaver Lake, a 32,000 acre lake only 20 minutes away! Whether you want to go for a swim or rent a kayak or stand up paddle board, you can enjoy the water and make the lodge your adventure headquarters!
Fly through the trees and let the wind through your hair on a zipline tour! An adventurous way to see the beauty of the Ozarks.
Eureka Springs is the only city in America where the entire downtown is on the National Register of Historic Places. And the lodge is just a short, 10 minute walk away! Wander through the charming and historic downtown filled with art galleries, gift shops, and soaring limestone buildings built to withstand Eureka’s many early fires. Stop for a glass of wine and mingle with locals at one the many acclaimed downtown restaurants. The historic loop starts right next door to the lodge as well. Walk the meandering residential streets and marvel at the unique Victorian architecture. There are many shops, restaurants, bars, spas, and sightseeing spots downtown to explore. We’re in the perfect spot for you to experience the best of downtown and the outdoors. Explore. Sleep. Repeat