Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Eureka Springs in Winter - A Wonderland
Some 2000 residents call
There are many attractions that aren’t open during the colder months, and the trolleys aren’t in operation, but there are still many, many things to do and lots of things you should know about.
Eureka Springs in the winter is a good place to go shopping for art and antiques. Without the
January and February are also great for exploring the city and its surrounds. Dozens of springs are quietly marked alongside city streets, and they run unless it’s way below freezing. For hikers, there are paths that ring the city. Get lost briefly on the streets, which crisscross town in a patternless fashion where no two intersections are alike – or drive a
During the winter months, when Eureka Springs is quiet, local wildlife feel more at ease.
The best part of winter in Eureka Springs? There’s no rush, no hurry, which suits a town without a single traffic light just fine. For more information or to find a sweet winter deal, check out the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce website or Eureka Springs Online.
North Penthouse at 1886 Crescent Hotel
Cats at the Crescent
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge