There are no shortages of things to photograph in the Greater Eureka Springs area. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs and the surrounding area is home to iconic images that are easily accessible to everyone.
Capturing photos of breathtaking scenery is as easy as pulling over to the side of the road and snapping a shot. Renowned local landscape photographer Edward C. Robinson often holds photography tours and workshops through Sacred Earth Gallery and the Eureka Springs School of the Arts.
Learn more about Edward Robison and Sacred Earth Gallery. See Eureka Springs School of the Arts classes on the Eureka Springs Calendar of Events.
There are many opportunities to photograph wildlife. Deer are routinely seen crossing the streets of downtown Eureka Springs or munching on grass in one of the many woodland spaces that speckle the town. Elk roam the Ozark hills near Boxley Valley on the Buffalo National River and trumpeter swans make the valley their home too. Beaver Lake cruises show off eagles in flight especially during the fall and winter months. Hobbs State Park hosts photographer workshops for free periodically. Visitors can even capture images of big cats. Lions, tigers, bears and more gladly pose for photos at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.
Learn more about the Buffalo National River, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge and other Outdoor opportunities in Eureka Springs.
If you enjoy architectural photography, Eureka Springs has dozens of photo opportunities. Some of the most famous include the Flatiron Building in downtown Eureka Springs…the famous sign of the Palace Bathhouse…the Crescent Hotel…Beaver Town’s historic Little Golden Gate Bridge, Thorncrown Chapel and so much more.
Photographing in Eureka Springs makes it look like you traveled to remote locations for that perfect shot. Start planning your trip to Eureka Springs and don’t forget to pack your camera!
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