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Blue Spring is a natural wonder, pouring 38 million gallons of cold, clear water each day into its trout-stocked lagoon.Start your adventure with an insightful historic film in the Visitor Center, then stroll the handicapped-accessible walkways and...more
Rode the wagons or whatever they called them from out motel to down town Eureka Springs and then you could take those same wagons with different colors signs to different attractions all thru and around the town. You could get off any time and catch...More
My family and I went to the garden while we were road tripping through Arkansas. The guide there was very friendly and helpful. The place was very nice and relaxing. Beautiful scenery. Its a must see if in the area.
My family and I stopped by for about an hour and a half to visit the beautiful grounds. My ten year old son and twelve year old daughter really enjoyed the site. Both historical and beautiful place to visit!
What a treat to spend time on a lovely spring afternoon walking the trails, sipping the spring water, learning the history of the spring and wowing over the 10,000 petunias. It would be a lovely walk in any season. The area abounds in history.
Have never seen such pretty gardens anywhere! They have obviously been laid out with great care, thought, skill and attention to every detail. The master gardener/designer deserves kudos all the way around. A feast for the eyes and food for the soul!
There are cute shops and restaurants that string along the main road in Eureka Springs. The foliage is changing in late October-early November, and the different colors are just amazing. Take a weekend to relax and take things slow.
I really do love this little oasis in Arkansas. The blue spring is so pretty and to walk the grounds is a true pleasure. You can feed the large trout, get some great photos of nature and not feel like you are being hurried to...More