Find what you are looking for on the road to Eureka Springs. Every year in September, motorcycles take over Northwest Arkansas during Bikes, Blues & BBQ. Those who have been doing this for awhile know about a little gem of a town not far from Fayetteville called Eureka Springs. Many say that it is all about the journey, not the destination. In this case, you get to enjoy both! Here are some tips for the best ride:
The curvy roads to Eureka are a challenge.
Do your research. Check out authority websites that provide information about the roads around Eureka Springs and the Northwest Arkansas region.
Don’t miss out on some famous food.
Eureka Springs is known for the many independently owned and amazing restaurants. You won’t miss out on anything if you decide to dine at the Balcony Restaurant and Bar, the Pied Piper or any of the other downtown restaurants with dining that looks out onto the main road. See a full list of Eureka Springs Restaurants.
Eureka Springs is a bike friendly town but some Eureka Springs accommodations like bikes more than others. Get great deals on overnight lodging at these places:
Best Western Eureka Inn (has Ride Rewards and bike wash stations)
Basin Park Hotel (located downtown)
Crescent Hotel (has monitored and covered bike parking)
Lookout Cottages Manor House (large cottages where groups of riders can stay together)