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Dog Areas in Eureka Springs

6 Parks
7 Trails
9 Shops
7 Eateries
3 Groomers

Eureka Springs is a unique small town in northwest Arkansas. The entire town is on the National Register of Historic Places, with previous names being "The Magic City", "Stairstep Town" and even "Little Switzerland of America". Humans and dogs alike should take a moment to paws and look into all the dog-friendly areas in the city, with some special options like dog parks and one veterinarian. 

It won't be hard to find the Eureka Springs Bark Park, a park recently created to allow dog residents to play off-leash throughout the park. With over an acre of land, the park is separated into two sections for smaller and bigger dogs, and Fido will get access to dog-sized water fountains, clean-up stations, trash bins, and free toys!

Residents and visitors usually come to Eureka Springs for the Beaver Dam Site Park, that sides along the shoreline of Beaver Lake and next to the dam. The park is dog-friendly to dogs who remain on a leash, and offers beautiful lake views, trails, and scenic mountains. There are benches and trash bins at the park.

Surrounded by mountains and natural land, it's no wonder Eureka Springs has become such a dog-friendly destination!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Eureka Springs

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    Population Density 401/sq mi

    #1 Eureka Springs City Center


    The City Center of Eureka Springs has a lot of historic buildings and is known for its twisting mountainous roads. Among the city life of Eureka lies another gem: The Lake Leatherwood City Park, a 1600-acre park that surrounds the 85-acre lake of Leatherwood. There are about 5.7 miles of trails that run throughout the park, with extra features including fishing areas, a small marina and boat launch, and paddle boat rentals. Dogs are welcome throughout the park to enjoy the scenic trails of the thick forests, but must remain on a leash. Dogs are not allowed in the water, but are welcome on the paddle boat rentals! Other features include water fountains and benches.

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    Population Density 235/sq mi

    #2 Historic District

    The Historic District includes the Victorian-style downtown known as the Pine Mountain Village. The historic looking site offers traditional shops and paved walkways. Fido is welcome in the district while on a leash. Outside of the Pine Village is an urban park known as Basin Spring Park, which is perfect for Fido's walking needs. The park is entirely shaded by the thick woods, but can be explored along the dirt and gravel walking trails, and features trash bins and benches. Your dog is welcome to explore this area while on leash. When hunger calls, head to Grandma's Beans and Cornbread, a southern comforts restaurant with outdoor dog-friendly seating and complimentary water.
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    Population Density 106/sq mi

    #3 Beaver

    The Beaver neighborhood is along the northern part of the town, featuring upfront views of Beaver Lake and Ozark Mountain. The best destination in the area is Day Park, a park that sits along Beaver Lake, with access to the Beaver Lake Campsite, a beach, trails, a fishing dock, boat launch, and beautiful landscape views. Dogs are welcome in the park and the campsite, but must be on a leash. Fido is also welcome on the beach and in the water, but must be cleaned up after. Other features of the park include benches and trash cans.
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    Population Density 127/sq mi

    #4 Garfield

    The small town of Garfield is a mere 6 miles west of Eureka Springs, and features a few dog-friendly options that really get you and Fido closer to nature. The Indian Creek Park lies on Beaver Lake, on the opposite side of Beaver Dam. The area is dog-friendly and consists of a boat launch, barking lot, beaches, trash bins, benches, and plenty of open space to run around. The Lost Bridge North Park is to the south, and offers a wooded area with 1.2 miles of nature paths. Your pup is welcome at both parks, but must stay on a leash.
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    Population Density 40/sq mi

    #5 Pea Ridge

    Pea Ridge lies on the northern border of the state, and only 14 miles away from Eureka Springs. This small town is home to the Pea Ridge National Military Park, a dog-friendly, historic park with memorial monuments for the Civil War. The park takes up over 150-acres, with open fields, scenic battle reenactments, mountain scenery, and 7 miles of trails. Fido must remain on leash while at the park and owners must bring water and clean-up bags. East of the park is the Devil's Eyebrow Natural Area, which offers trails leading up to the peak of Ozark Mountain. Dogs are welcome in the park while on a leash and can enjoy 11.8 miles of trails.
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