While there is plenty to do out in the wild, we encourage you to mosey into town and reconnect with civilization for a bit. Shopping in Eureka Springs gives you a chance to acquire a real sense of place and immerse yourself in the historical beauty offered by the Victorian architecture that lines the streets.
There’s no better family vacation than heading to a cabin. You get out of the house and away from chores, and the kids have plenty of room to play outdoors. When your children are all grown up, they’ll still speak fondly of their weeks at the cabin with you. With sizes ranging from one to five bedrooms, the Can-U-Canoe Eureka Springs family cabins have space for all the members of your household to relax and play all day. Here are our recommendations for things to do in Arkansas with kids.
Are you ready for an Indiana Jones adventure? When you visit Eureka Springs, outdoor adventures are around every corner. Some of the best Eureka Springs attractions are underground; four of the most impressive caves in Arkansas are in our town. So when you stay at Can-U-Canoe Riverview Cabins, you can explore these mysterious caverns and search for undiscovered parts of the world. Check out these cave tours in Arkansas for your next vacation.
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Arkansas summers are hot and humid, with high temperatures averaging 90 degrees, and the days remain toasty through the end of October. When the sun hits its peak, the only thing to do is find a body of water and chill, chill, chill. That’s why Beaver Lake is one of the top Eureka Springs attractions. It’s where you can go scuba diving in Arkansas and get the perfect golden tan. When you’re looking for things to do in Eureka Springs, try out these activities to beat the southern heat.
Eureka Springs is located in the Ozarks of northwest Arkansas. It is a town rich in history and scenic beauty. Native Americans treated the area as a sacred site honoring the powers of 65 “Great Healing Springs.” Eureka Springs is often called the “City of Magic,” perhaps because of the revered waters or maybe the shadows of theenchanted Ozark Mountains. The magic certainly transcends to inspire artisans of every craft as demonstrated in the Eureka Springs art gallery district.