1 Branson. com MO Forum

Welcome to 1 Branson. com

Go Back   1Branson.com > Branson Vacation Information & More > Eureka Springs Arkansas

Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 04-17-2004, 12:25 PM   #16
It's 5:00 Somewhere
Tanya's Avatar
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: Ozarks girl planted in Georgia!
Posts: 1,175
Were you still planning on a Springfield board? I think that would be a great idea
Tanya is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-24-2004, 01:35 PM   #17
Registered User
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Newalla, OK
Posts: 8
We liked Eureka Springs except for the streets being so steep. How does anyone get around when it's icy? It is a beautiful town and very unique.
juicy is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-01-2006, 08:43 PM   #18
Senior Member
butterflyaway's Avatar
Join Date: Mar 2002
Posts: 121
Has anyone been to the Ozark Mountain Hoedown? Can you tell me a little about it. I went to their website, but it hasn't been updated since 2003-2004. How much are the tickets and when are their shows? Thank you.

butterflyaway is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2007, 09:46 PM   #19
Junior Member
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: eureka springs
Posts: 12
The following info is from Kelly of Eureka Screams:

My first suggestion is that you go to www.eurekasprings.org and request a free visitors guide. This will be mailed to you for free and it contains a wealth of information on Eureka Springs!

Historic District Tram Tours – Get a narrated tour of the Historic Loop and downtown Eureka Springs while riding an open-air tram. Tours start from the Transit Department office, next door to the Greater Eureka Springs Area Chamber of Commerce Visitors’ Center on Hwy 62 West, at 10 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. daily, from May 1 through Oct. 31.
From Nov. 1 to Nov. 24, tours will be only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For additional information, call the transit department office at (479) 253-9572.

Blue Spring Heritage Center – Blue Spring is a natural wonder, pouring 38 million gallons of cold, clear water each day into its trout-stocked lagoon. Start your adventure with an insightful historic film in the Visitor Center, then stroll the handicapped accessible walkways and inviting garden paths that wind through the 33 acres. For more information, check out www.bluespringheritage.com.

Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway - Step back to a time when passenger trains crossed America and traveling was a pleasant adventure. That’s what you’ll experience as you roll through the beautiful Ozark woodlands on the ES&NA Railway. For more information, check out www.esnarailway.com.

Model Railroad Company – A must see for the train enthusiast, and for the child in all of us! Take a tour of the fabulous operating model train display. Over eight scale miles of elegantly displayed digital trains, set in a beautiful Ozark’s autumn landscape. For more information, check out www.railroadtrain.com.

Onyx Cave – Onyx Cave is located six miles east of Eureka Springs and is open all year. The cave maintains a constant temperature of 57 degrees. Radio headphones guide you through the cave as you pass amazing formations of stalagmites and stalactites. Brochures are available at most lodging destinations. For more information call (479) 253-9321

Canoe Float Trips on the Scenic White River – Bring your camera and enjoy a canoe float trip on the scenic White River. An early morning or afternoon float will reveal some of the Ozark’s most beautiful scenery. Fish, wildlife and bird watching are also popular sights for true nature lovers. For more information, check out www.eureka-net.com/riverview.

Kings River Canoes & Kayaks – You deserve a good paddlin’. Full service canoe and kayak outfitter. Several float trips to choose from. Swimming, fishing, hiking, picnicking. For more information, check out www.kingsriverretreat.com.

Pivot Rock and Natural Bridge – Fascinating geographical formations in a tranquil, wooded area. Scenic Hwy. 62 West, then 2-1/2 miles to the end of Pivot Rock Road. For more information, call (479) 253-8860

Steve’s Stables on Pond Mountain – Guided Trail Rides on the highest mountaintop in the country. Scenic trails; gentle horses; fun for all! For more information, call (479) 253-5877.

Red Bud Riding Stables – Secluded trails tucked in the hollows, just minutes from downtown. Enjoy the wildlife and natural beauty of the Ozarks on horseback. For more information, call (479) 253-6556.

Belle of the Ozarks, Beaver Lake Cruises – Relax and view over 60 miles of scenic shoreline as the Captain delights you with a narration on the area’s history. See an ancient Indian burial ground, the submerged homestead and cruise around a 200 acre game preserve island; thrill to the sight of deer swimming, migrating birds and many lake activities. Watch for bald eagles when the foliage turns brilliant colors in the fall. For more information, call (479) 253-6200.

Thorncrown Chapel – This beautiful glass chapel with amazing architecture opened its doors in the summer of 1980. Since then, the chapel has been visited by nearly two million people from all over the United States and the world. Brochures are available at most lodging destinations. For more information, call (479) 253-7401 or (479) 253-7109.

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge – Turpentine Creek is one of the few USDA licensed facilities for large carnivores in the U.S. They rescue neglected or unwanted “Big Cats” and provide them with a safe home in a caring environment. For more information, check out www.tigers.tc.

Pine Mountain Jamboree – Over 30 years of family tradition in the beautiful Ozarks, Don’t miss Arkansas’ most attended and talked about show featuring bluegrass, gospel, pop, rock, big band, Cajun, country music and comedy performed by top entertainers. For more information, check out www.pinemountainjamboree.com.

Ozark Mountain Hoe-Down – The fun begins the moment the Award Winning HOE-DOWN CAST hits the stage. You’ll see some of the most talented pickers and singers to ever assemble on the same stage. You’ll hear contemporary, classic, country, western swing, pop and gospel. For more information, check out www.ozarkmountainhoedown.com.

The Great Passion Play – Witness the power and majesty of The Great Passion Play as a cast of hundreds bring to life the thrilling, epic drama of the Greatest Story Ever Told! See the drama under the Ozark skies from comfortable seating with back rests, in an impressive 4,100-seat amphitheater. For more information, check out www.greatpassionplay.com.

New Holy Land/Tabernacle Tours – Guided tours of Biblical re-creation from Old and New Testaments. Visit the world’s only complete reproduction of Moses’ Tabernacle, Ten Commandments Memorial, Sea of Galilee & more on the Passion Play grounds. For more information, call (479) 253-8559

Christ of the Ozarks Statue – 750,000 visitors journey to visit this seven-story memorial to Christ annually. Overlooking the Ozarks and Eureka Springs, the landmark is seen for miles and lighted for nighttime viewing. Located at The Great Passion Play grounds. For more information, call (479) 253-9200.

St. Elizabeth Catholic Church – In Ripley’s “Believe It or Not”. The only church you enter through the bell tower. Just off Historic Loop on Crescent Drive. For more information, call (479) 253-9853. Free.

Judge Roy Bean’s Old Time Photos & Weddings - Specializing in worry-free, inexpensive, unique wedding ceremonies in Victorian, old west saloon, civil war, and roaring 20's themes. The largest old time photo studio in town with the largest selection of period costumes! Newly remodeled 1,500 sq. ft. Shop located in the Heart of downtown Eureka Springs.

Virtual Reality Entertainment, 7195 Hwy 62E, Eureka Springs, AR 72632, (next to Hilltop Garden Center and across the street from SPINS Casino. (479) 253-4919. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. You may e-mail us for more information, tom@virtualrealityunlimited.com

Queen Anne Mansion – This Queen Anne masterpiece, featured in Southern Living magazine, was built in Carthage, MO in 1891 and moved to Eureka Springs. The interior oak and cherry woodwork includes seven fireplace mantels and five pocket-doors hand carved by Italian and German woodcarvers. Open daily all year for tours, weddings and receptions. Located on Hwy 62 West. For more information, call (479) 253-8825.

Rosalie House – A lovely Victorian house, which has appeared in dozens of books and magazines, constructed in the 1880’s and restored to its original condition. Furnished with period furniture and accessories. Located at 282 Spring Street. For more information call, (479) 253-7377.

Quigley's Castle - Quigley's Castle is the dream home of Elise Quigley (1910-1984). Her grandchildren invite visitors to wander through her perennial garden of over 400 varieties of flowers. The Garden paths wind around secluded benches, a lily pond and birdbaths up to her home which she beautifully covered with stones she'd collected since childhood. See how she found a way to sleep in treetops full of bloom. Tropical plants grow in the natural soil of the first floor and brush the ceiling of the second floor. She has a butterfly, fossil, crystal, arrowhead and glassware collection beyond imagination. Quigley's Castle is located 4 miles south of Eureka Springs. One can visit between April 1 and October 31. For more information, check out www.quigleyscastle.com.

Abundant Memories Heritage Village - At Abundant Memories Heritage Village, the great American past is alive. In all its color and legendary glory. Nestled in the rustic, colonial setting of the Ozark Mountains of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Have fun looking around and feel free to contact us for more information. For more information, check out www.abundantmemories.com.

Olden Days Carriage Services -
They leave from historic downtown. For more information, check out http://www.oldendayscarriageservices.com or call
479-253-1737 or 479-253-8432

Southern Pride Carriage Tours -
They leave from the Crescent Hotel
September Hours are 6pm to 10pm
Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday
For more information, call 870-749-2665

Dinosaur World - On Hwy 187 and is a great place to take kids for a fun afternoon. There is a gift shop that is any child of any age's delight. There are also tables for picnicking and the giant prehistoric beasts located throughout the park will astound and amaze your dinosaur starved young ones. They also have fishing available in their huge pond, (there are literally billions of pan fish (bream, sun, perch, crappie and more) stocked in their pond. No child (or adult) will walk away without having caught something), and a quaint walking suspension bridge to cross from one side of the pond to another. For more information call 479-253-8113

Beaver Dam Store Fly Fishing - Charlotte Downey at Beaver Dam Store not only has canoe trips and fly-fishing lessons, she also has rafts for larger group floats on the White River. She also has the areas largest selection of trout and fly-fishing gear. If you need it to fish or float the White, Charlotte's probably got it. Beaver Dam Store is located on Hwy 187 just past (or before, depending on which entrance to 187 you came in on) Dinosaur World. For more information call 253-6154

Spider Creek Resort - Offer canoe floats and Jon Boats. Spider Creek is located right next door to Beaver Dam Store on Hwy 187. 253-9241
Fun Spot – Just for kids of all ages, Go-cart rentals, miniature golf, bunmper cars and video game room. On highway 62 East. For more information, call (479) 253-7548.

C&J Sports - offer all kinds of events and supplies for SCUBA divers up at their new home near Beaver Dam on Hwy 187. 253-9799 http://candjsports.com/events/

Eureka Springs Historical Museum – See the colorful past of this unique town and the people who lived here. A fascinating collection of papers, photographs, mementos, official documents, home furnishings, and other artifacts. Located at 95 South Main Street. Closed Monday. Nominal Admission. Open daily 9:00 to 4:30. For more information call (479) 253-9417.

Razorback Observation Tower – Climb 100 feet for spectacular Ozark panoramas in every direction. Scenic HWY. 62 West. For more information, call (479) 253-8294.

Pine Mountain Observation Tower – Located in Pine Mountain Village, this 100-foot tower reveals breathtaking scenes of the surrounding Ozarks.

Eureka Springs Ghost Tours – Learn about the ghosts and personalities of the town, the city cemetery and the historic Crescent Hotel. Tours of the hotel are at 8 p.m. Thursday through Monday, May 1st to Oct. 31st. Friday and Saturday only from Nov. 1st to April 30th. For more information, call the tour office at (479) 253-6800 or visit www.eureka-springs-ghost.com.

Lake Leatherwood – One of the nation’s largest City Parks, this WPA-era park features an historic dam on Lake Leatherwood, with picnic, swimming, fishing, hiking, and off-road bike trails. Free admission. Located on HWY 62 West, For more information, call (479) 253-8624.
harvesthouse is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-28-2007, 09:48 PM   #20
Junior Member
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: eureka springs
Posts: 12
Originally Posted by butterflyaway View Post
Has anyone been to the Ozark Mountain Hoedown? Can you tell me a little about it. Butterfly
I love the Hoe Down & laugh every time I go, which is at least twice or three times a year! The band is very talented, there's comedy & entertainment. Do bring a camera & make sure to use the restroom so y'all don't soil yer drawers!
harvesthouse is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 06-05-2007, 11:11 PM   #21
CarriageGuy's Avatar
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Eureka Springs
Posts: 27
just a clerical correction...

[quote=harvesthouse;232615]The following info is from Kelly of Eureka Screams:

Olden Days Carriage Services -
They leave from historic downtown. For more information, check out http://www.oldendayscarriageservices.com or call
479-253-1737 or 479-253-8432

My ph# is 479-981-1737, those other numbers have been gone for years and years

But the web link to my site is correct!!!

CarriageGuy is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-27-2007, 06:42 PM   #22
Registered User
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Springfield Mo
Posts: 6
Originally Posted by juicy View Post
We liked Eureka Springs except for the streets being so steep. How does anyone get around when it's icy? It is a beautiful town and very unique.
i lived there as a kid it was hard walking up Benton street to school
uncleharry58 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-07-2008, 07:29 AM   #23
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Ureka Springs
Posts: 7
Martini and Me

Thanks, Basil, for setting up this site.
When next in Eureka, call me at 479-981-9551 and I will be glad to sit with you over a Martini and give Eurekan insite from a Newcomer's point of view.
This invitation is also extended to your viewers.
I provide the folowing websites for more info.
BigFox is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-07-2008, 10:36 AM   #24
Super Ultra Member
Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: WI
Posts: 3,367
Good timing. Someone asked me about Eureka Springs the other day, and as usual I had to plead ignorant.
jakwi is offline   Reply With Quote




Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Read This First: Forum Rules bgroman 1Branson.com Welcome & Board How-to's 1 06-19-2007 03:04 PM
Debut: New Show HYPNOSIS- BRANSON STYLE Free Tickets For Forum Members Branson 2 for 1 The Marketplace 11 08-13-2005 09:34 AM

All times are GMT -6. The time now is 01:24 PM.