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Beaver Lake - Beaver Dam Park

10-15 minutes away

Enjoy the area around Beaver Dam or explore a few of the 487 miles of shoreline on this beautiful deep-water lake. Beaver Lake is an ideal location to learn how to Stand Up Paddleboard, relax and catch some rays on the shore, or drop a line for bass, crappie, or catfish from the comfort of your kayak. Pack a lunch and set up at picnic table on one of the many recreational sites that border the lake. The Army Corps of Engineers may require payment of a $5 day-use fee depending on the specific site you choose.

 
Click the image to download a trip guide with the details you need to plan your adventure! Need more help getting there? Check the map for navigation. 

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Beaver Lake - Hogscald Hollow

20 minutes away

Folks have been coming to Hogscald Hollow for hundreds (if not thousands!) of years to enjoy the nature beauty of this area. This is where the locals go to visit Beaver Lake. Be prepared to drive several miles down an Arkansas gravel road and maybe miss a turn or two along the way, but once you arrive, the destination will be worth the journey.  Gorgeous bluffs, water-dependent waterfalls, and an abundance of natural scenery characterize this remote area.  

 
Click the image to download a trip guide with the details you need to plan your adventure! Need more help getting there? Check the map for navigation. 

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Black Bass Lake
 

4 minutes away

Eureka's hidden gem. A small, serene, 9 acre lake located within city limits and less than 5 minutes away from our office. Features several miles of hiking trails and in-town fishing. Great for a close 1/2 day adventure - spend some time on the water and then hike around the lake. Aquatic vegetative growth accelerates as the temperatures rise in late summer. Visit Eureka Springs Trails to learn more about the hiking opportunities surrounding the lake. 

 
 
Click the image to download a trip guide with the details you need to plan your adventure! Need more help getting there? Check the map for navigation. 

Click the image to download a trip guide with the details you need to plan your adventure! Need more help getting there? Check the map for navigation. 

 
Lake Leatherwood

7 minutes away

Lake Leatherwood, Eureka’s largest city park, features more than 1,600 acres, 25 miles of hiking and biking trails, and an 85-acre spring-fed lake. Lake Leatherwood is a top recommendation--it’s very close to town, but feels like it’s miles away. Put your kayak, canoe, or stand up paddleboard in at the boat ramp and paddle down to the limestone dam and back for a great, scenic little voyage. With abundant fishing and hiking opportunities, Lake Leatherwood is large enough to easily spend a half or a full day exploring the area.

Visit Eureka Springs Trails to learn more about the hiking opportunities surrounding the lake. 

 
Click the image to download a trip guide with the details you need to plan your adventure! Need more help getting there? Check the map for navigation. 

Click the image to download a trip guide with the details you need to plan your adventure! Need more help getting there? Check the map for navigation. 

 
 

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