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“Nice place to observe landscaping at its best.”

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Owner description: 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 inviting garden paths that wind through the 33 acres of native gardens. Visit the historic mill site that dates from the 1840's, see the Bluff Shelter on the National Register of Historic Places, and walk along the path of the Trail of Tears. Resident Appaloosas and abundant native flora and fauna delight visitors, and our charming gift shop offers an array of items to keep the exerience alive. Blue Spring is a quiet getaway and a perfect place for weddings, group outings or any special occasion.
Reviewed 10 September 2013

They do an incredible job of maintaining the grounds of the gardens and providing a pleasant atmosphere for all to enjoy.

Thank SL592
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Reviewed 26 August 2013

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 leave.

Thank magda38836
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Reviewed 8 July 2013

This was the first time I have ever came to Eureka Springs. My boyfriend has been working up there in Gateway for going on 6 months, so we decided to meet up in Bentonville, Arkansas and go see the sites around Rogers/Bentonville. We left our Hotel in Bentonville around 1pm and drove to Eureka Springs. It was the most fun of our entire trip, because both of us like to walk/hike and look at old stores and just enjoy each other company. We walked and walked till about 6pm around all the shops and eatery places they have there. Afterwards we went to see the Christ of the Ozarks that evening where it had started to sprinkle some rain but it only lasted about 15 mins. We arrived at the Christ of the Ozarks and they even had the Passion Play going on that evening. We parked our car and walked down to see the Giant Statue and the view on the back side of the mountain. It was a GREAT trip. I would NOT recommend taking younger children to the Eureka Springs historic shopping area but I would recommend them to see the Christ of the Ozarks.

2  Thank Silver_Spur06
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Reviewed 9 June 2013

We were told these many gardens are the work of one dedicated gardener. He is very talented and in love with his work. They are gorgeous!

Thank Deb M
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Reviewed 28 April 2013

We were in Bentonville for a softbal tourney but it rained out ... so we headed to Eureka Springs to look around ..;.. so so so beautiful ... all the springs had gardens around them ... one was down in a grotto ... all the old houses and hotels .... the main downtown and shoppes were awesome .... Great Day

1  Thank Traci M
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