1600 acres of Ozark Mountain countryside with an 85-acre spring-fed lake…all in a city park!! Hiking, picnicking, walking trails, camping, cabins (March thru November) and a small marina for boating, canoes and paddle boats. Pets welcome; playground; RV full hookup. The largest hand-laid, limestone dam in the nation impounds a lake 1 1/4 mile long with about 3 miles of shoreline covering 85 acres. Some of the best hiking trails in the area. Open to the public year round.
Services and Prices: CAMPING: Lake Leatherwood Park offers 1600 acres – Lake – 2 miles west of Eureka. Campsites are available adjacent to the lake that are equipped with tables and fire grills; however, primitive camping is allowed elsewhere in the park. All campers must register with the park attendant. FISHING: Fishing from the bank or from boats requires an Arkansas fishing license for those 16 years and older. SWIMMING: The lake has a designated swimming area. A WPA era bathhouse for showering and changing is nearby.
Additional info about Attraction: Canoe Rental, Fishing Boat Rental, Boat Launch, Fishing License, Fishing Area, Bait & Tackle, Boating Area, Hiking Area, Camping Area, Cycling Area.
Owner: City of Eureka Springs
Local Phone: 479-253-8624
E-Mail: see their website
Payment accepted (besides cash): Visa, Master Card, Discover
There is a small charge for boat rental, cabin rental and all day swimming.