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On Top of the Pig Trail
The Legend Continues at America’s Most Haunted & “Bike Friendly” Hotel. The Crescent Hotel and Spa offers weekday biker rates beginning at just $129 and features amenities that include covered bike parking, large balconies for gathering, rooms with one or two beds, and restaurant and bar options that range from the Crystal Dining Room to a casual gourmet pizza place (SkyBar Pizza) featuring views from atop the county. For a little relaxation after a long ride, the Ozark’s finest spa (New Moon Spa) is located on the hotel’s garden level. Accommodations range from standard Victorians to the luxury offered in Crescent Park at the Crescent Cottages.
Located on the Peel Ferry Ride, the Golden Pioneer Museum offers a unique look into the lives of early Americans in the area. The museum also houses one of the largest collections of rare minerals and Carnival Glass in the Midwest.
Located on the War Eagle Mill Ride, Hobbs State Park is Arkansas’ largest park in land area with more than 12,000 acres. Bordering Beaver Lake, the park is home to beautiful natural features and mountain streams. Interpretive services, hiking trails and a state of the art visitors center offer many great activities to break up the trip.
War Eagle Mill is a working grist mill located in Northwest Arkansas since 1832. Overlooking the War Eagle River, a visit to the mill is a charming trip full of history complete with beautiful Ozark Mountain scenery. War Eagle Mill produces natural and organic goods and serves some of their products on site at the Bean Palace which makes for a hearty lunch. War Eagle is home to two big arts and crafts fairs annually. See a Calendar of Events in the Spring and Fall for more information on the War Eagle Mill Crafts Fair.
Experience an evening of Mystery and Intrigue with Sean-Paul the Illusionist and Juliane Fay the Medium – featuring special guests from the other side. The evening begins as guest enter our 110 year old building (Gavioli Theater) that only seats 75 people. Everything in this throw back production is based on Real Historical entertainment that is still so effective that it can bring even today’s most cynical audiences to the edge of their seats! Groups of 10 receive 10% off.
Located in the heart of the Ozarks, Eureka Springs is an eclectic mountain town listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been recognized as a Top 25 Arts Destination. Eureka Springs is home to dozens of natural springs and winding streets lined with Victorian houses. Its historic downtown is bustling with events and activities all year long and at night, the mountain town lights up with live music on the streets and in one of several funky pubs owned by Eureka locals.
Landmark buildings like the 1886 Crescent Hotel make Eureka Springs a destination. World class spas like New Moon Spa offer relaxation after a long ride.
Pruitt Bridge is an historic bridge built in 1931. This bridge survives as one of four known Pennsylvania through-truss style bridges in the state of Arkansas. Located on Scenic Highway 7 near Pruitt, Arkansas.
Mystic Caverns showcases two of Arkansas’ most spectacular caves, Mystic Caverns and Crystal Dome Caverns. In Crystal Dome you will explore a cave in its pristine form, and see the spectacular eight-story dome. Located on Scenic Highway 7 south of Harrison, Arkansas.