Hiking in Eureka Springs

Hiking in Eureka Springs

Eureka Springs
Eureka Springs
Eureka Springs, AR 72632




Harmon Park Loop is a beginner 1.4 mile hike starting right out the front doors of the Crescent Hotel. It features a Playground, Skate park for the kiddos and a Dog park for our best friends to run free. Grab a map at the trail head.

Aine's Way Trail is an intermeditate trail that begins behind the Crescent Cottages and connects you to Spring Street close to Grotto Springs. 

In town Trails are available for year round use. From the Crescent the most direct way to get downtown is using Magnolia Trail, access is across the street from the fountain garden path. In 7 short minutes you will find yourself in the heart of downtown to view the Historic Homes, Shops and Natural Springs. To include some history on your way Downtown take Kansas Street past the Red Brick School house and Sweet Spring.--- From the Basin head left out the front doors and make your way up Spring street. When you arrive at Sweet Spring you will see your first staircase to the in town trail system.---

Black Bass Lake is a peaceful park with trails close to town that feels miles from anywhere. Only 1.1 miles away from the hotel that includes 5 miles of hiking trails along the bluff line as well as around the lake and historic dam.---

Lake Leatherwood City Park is 2.5 miles drive from the Crescent Hotel and includes over 25 miles of hiking/biking trails as well as kayaking, fishing, camping and a playground. Lake Leatherwood City Park is a place of natural serenity encompassing 1,610 acres of the Ozark Mountain countryside which includes an 85 acre spring-fed lake and a hand-cut native limestone dam that you can walk across.---