Eureka Springs Blues Festival, June 13 – 16


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We hope you can join us in Eureka Springs June 13 through 16 for four days of great
blues music, world-class restaurants, amazing nightclubs,  unique shops to visit and fun things to do in “The Fourth Coolest Town In America”! One of our suites at Cliff Cottage Inn makes a perfect “headquarters” for taking in all the fun sights and exciting music for this fabulous weekend. Best of all, with our off-street assigned private parking, you can park and walk  just 17 steps down to Main Street at the center of all that great blues music.
Our festival this year has a added even more performances, including an amazing duo from Iceland that will play during a live broadcast of KUAF’s Ozarks At Large on Friday at noon.
The most important thing for you to know is that we have over three dozens bands performing in thirteen venues all around Eureka Springs.  The musicians have been honored with three Grammy Awards, ten Blues MusicAwards, five Grammy nominations, 47 Blues Music Award nominations, 21 Living Blues Awards and two International Blues Challenge wins! And that is just a start…
Call us today – 47-253-7409 or visit us online at to reserve your special suite from which to enjoy this whole magical weekend of great live music.

Top 10 Motorcycle Rides in North AmericaDelete Reply


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Top 10 Motorcycle Rides in North America

Eureka Springs has become the hub of many amazing motorcycle rides and the #2 ride out of 10 named by Discovery Channel starts in Ozark, just 80 fabulous riding miles down from Eureka Springs.  Head south out of Eureka Springs on Hwy 23 for about two hours of incredible scenery and turns to Ozark, AR (between Little Rock and Ft. Smith) where the Pig Trail begins.

 Some other neat rides from Eureka Springs are: head west on Hwy 12 to Rogers via War Eagle Mill; head west on Hwy 62 to Bentonville and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art; head north towards Roaring River Canyon and Branson, and southeast to Buffalo River National Park. 

All bike riders know the feeling of flying … of freedom … that a great ride brings. Imagine those feelings intensified by the sheer beauty or fascinating landscape of nature’s best wonders.

To help you imagine (and maybe even go), we’ve chosen the best places in North America to take your motorcycle for a spin.




2. Arkansas Pig Trail, Arkansas

The town of Ozark lies between Little Rock and Fort Smith, and that’s where you’ll want to pick up this trail, so aptly named in the state that made Razorbacks famous. The rugged and forested Boston Mountains region of the Ozark Mountains is the setting for this route, which often runs through a tunnel of foliage during spring, summer and fall. 

Spring wildflowers and brilliant autumn colors make the route especially popular during those seasons. The route crosses the Mulberry River and the 165-mile Ozark Highlands Trail. And you’ll encounter various hairpin turns, straightaways, and drop-offs where the cliffs seem to be right next to you.  Stop by the general store halfway through the run to get a pin proclaiming that you have ridden “The Arkansas Dragon.”