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The best campervan rentals near Eureka Springs, AR

Eureka Springs is an enchanting town in the Ozark Mountains where visitors can find a piece of old America with a campervan rental. From its Victorian buildings to its natural springs, Eurekas’ Historic District holds onto its Southern charm like nobody else!

Eureka Springs welcomes hikers and mountain bikers to enjoy outdoor activity opportunities and seasonal views, families will find thrills on ghost tours, and couples will relax at the Best Spa Destination in the Midwest. There is something to do for everyone and campervans are very popular.


The perfect getaway awaits you in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Whether it's lounging by one of the beautiful lakes or taking advantage of the many activities around the town like fishing and kayaking, a campervan rental is perfect for a vacation in this beautiful place.


Recently, the great Beaver Lake has become an important destination for eagle-watching tours. On these cruises, you can see eagles of all ages as well other wildlife with a 28-foot pontoon boat that will allow your view to be unobstructed by any obstructions or buildings along shorelines!

Eureka Springs Fun Facts

Eureka Springs has been selected as one of America's Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The historic town was originally called "The Magic City" and later became known as 'Stairstep Town' because it had such mountainous terrain with winding streets leading up to steep paths that overlooked valley views below you on every side!

The Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is not only a magnificent example of vernacular architecture but also has been ranked as the fourth most significant American architectural structure behind the Sears Tower (which was built in 1978), Empire State Building from 1933, and Chrysler Building erected between 1929 - 1932.

Eureka Springs was a favorite of Robert Ripley of Ripley’s Believe it or not. The town has been featured many times and one reason is that none of the streets cross at right angles and there are no stoplights in town.

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