November is the perfect time to escape for a fall weekend getaway to the beautiful Ozark Mountains Surrounding Eureka Springs, Arkansas. As the nights get cooler, this town comes to life with unique festivals and events.

eureka springs fall colorIt’s All About Peak Week

The first week of November is typically Peak Week for Fall Foliage in the Ozarks. Book your trip in the first few weeks of November and see the very hills in and around Eureka Springs becomes a patchwork of beautiful fall colors. Eureka Springs is the perfect spot in the Ozarks to see fall foliage!

Walk with Ghosts

Discover why the Crescent Hotel is known as America’s Most Haunted Hotel on one of their nightly Crescent Hotel Ghost Tours (tickets sell out fast and online ghost tour tickets purchased in advance are recommended especially during the weekend). Go Downtown-n-Underground for a walking tour of Eureka Springs.

Don’t Miss the Eagles

November is just about the best time to view wildlife around Eureka Springs. See Eagle soar over Beaver Lake with a ride on the Belle of the Ozarks or an Eagle Watching tour through Hobbs State Park. Take a scenic drive from Eureka Springs to the Buffalo National River to see elk grazing in Boxley Valley. You may even catch a glimpse of Trumpeter Swans swimming in the valley ponds. Of course you don’t have to travel very far to see lions, tigers and bears. Visit Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge and get up close and personal with the big cats.

Don’t miss our Eureka Springs Attractions Map for more information and to help plan your one-of-a-kind fall weekend getaway!


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