|Facts about Eureka Springs City|
|Country||USA (United States of America)|
|Total Area||6.9 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||36.4011° N, 93.7378° W|
|Time Zone||CST (UTC−06:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway, Frog Fantasies Museum, Eureka Springs Historical Museum|
Tourist attractions :
- Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
- Thorncrown Chapel
- Ozark Mountain Hoe-Down
- Beaver Lake
- Quigley’s Castle
- Lake Leatherwood
- Onyx Cave Park
- Pivot Rock and Natural Bridge
Eureka Springs is a city in the US state of Arkansas. The city known for its miraculous healing water was transformed into a developing city later. Because of this, people from various parts of the world migrated into the city increasing its population. In February 1880 Eureka Springs was incorporated as a city and by 1881 it started enjoying the status of the fourth largest city in the state. Soon the city established itself as one of the premier vacation resorts of the Victorian era. It is now one of the two county seats of Carroll County.
Eureka Springs, known for its spa and resorts is the favorite haunt of tourists. Refurbished rooms and mouth-watering delicacies are the main features of these hotels. Coach House Inn, Grand Central Hotel, Holiday Inn Express Eureka Springs, Crescent Hotel & Spa, Eureka Springs Swiss Holiday Resort and Visitor’s Center, New Orleans Hotel and Spa, Best Western Eureka Inn, Best Western Inn of the Ozarks, Swiss Village Inn, Comfort Inn, Cinnamon Valley Resort, Motel 6 Eureka Springs and Candle Wick Inn are the important hotels in the city.
Carroll County Airport is the main airport that serves the city. The huge bus and subway transit system is a form of public transportation in the city. Eureka Springs Trolly Service is yet another means of commutation in the city. Taxis, rental cars are also available in the city. The city has wide road network and it is the only city in North America where none of the streets meet at right angles.
Places of Attraction :
Blue Springs Heritage Center that contains native plants and hardwood trees is a historic tourist attractive place. Onyx Cave -a small show cave, the Thorncrown Chapel and canoeing and cave tours in Ozarks provide the people with cheerful experiences. Besides this, festivals and shopping are the interesting activities for the visitors. Pine Mountain Jamboree, Great Passion Play, Beaver Lake, Christ of the Ozarks- a700-foot concrete statue of Jesus, Pivot Rock and Natural Bridge, Frog Fantasies Museum and Hammond Museum of Bells captures the attention of the tourists reaching here.