Eureka Springs is known by many names: Haven for the State's Eccentrics. The place where misfits fit. The hole in the Bible Belt where the buckle goes through. And then there's our personal favorite: America's Largest Open Air Asylum.
Sometimes people ask us, "Is it true that Eureka Springs is a haven for gays & lesbians?" Well, yes! But Eureka Springs isalso popular with families, church groups, astrologers, lawyers, artists, musicians, accountants ... we're a diverse community in every sense of the word.
Businesses listed in this section include our favorite resources for alternative healing, alternative spirituality, LGBT friendly lodging, commitment ceremony & Holy Union providers, plus businesses who specifically asked to be in this section because they want you to know they are committed to treating ALL people with dignity and respect.
History of LGBT Eureka - how Bible stores, bikers, LGBT and families coexist in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
For the MOST FUN in downtown Eureka Springs, choose The 1905 Basin Park Hotel. This historic seven-story structure towers over the entertainment district of downtown Eureka Springs -night spots, bistros, shopping and galleries- and adds to that downtown fun with its own Balcony Bar and Restaurant, Lucky Seven Rooftop B[...] more details
Description: Rest, relax and renew on a 150-acre historic resort, with fishing ponds, heated pool and horseback riding, and only 2 miles from downtown Eureka Springs! Stay & play with us for that country-quiet, city-close escape. We offer several romantic packages & if you need to stay connected, we have WI-FI, too! Choose from our r[...] more details
Description: High atop the Arkansas Ozarks sits Eureka Springs' mountaintop spa resort that is "the symbol of Arkansas hospitality" and a proud member of the exclusive Historic Hotels of America. The Crescent Hotel has been the choice of those seeking a prestigious Eureka Springs wedding site, mountaintop spa getaway, or a comfort[...] more details