How to Have the Best Eureka Springs Halloween Ever!

Beautifully nestled in the shadow of the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is a magical place to visit in the fall. Admire the changing leaves and relish in the crisp autumn air as you participate in all of the most exciting Eureka Springs Halloween activities! Read below for an essential list of things to do in Eureka Springs on Halloween this year. For a more in-depth explanation of everything that this spectacular mountain town has to offer year-round, access our free Vacation Guide and make planning your next trip as easy as the cool, fall breeze.  

Things to Do in Eureka Springs on Halloween

Eureka Springs is known as “The Halloween City” for a reason. Combining the natural charm of fall with the spooky, mystical atmosphere of Halloween, Eureka Springs is the perfect place to make your dream vacation a reality this fall. Discover Eureka’s best Halloween activities below!

The Zombie Crawl

One of Eureka Springs most popular Halloween attractions, the Zombie Crawl takes place on the last weekend of October every year. Bring your family and friends out to Spring Street to watch the parade or dress up in your best zombie attire and join in on the fun! The event is free for participants as long as you bring two cans of food in support of Flint Street Food Bank. Have a good time and creep across town for a good cause in this year’s Zombie Crawl!

Ghost Tours

Between Crescent Hotel, Basin Park Hotel, and Haunted Eureka Springs, there are plenty of ghost tours in Eureka Springs that are waiting to lead you on a haunted adventure. Learn more about Eureka’s eerie past as you ride around this historic town on your guided tour. Even if you don’t get spooked easily, a Eureka Springs ghost tour is still a fun way to see the best of The Halloween City in one night.  

Pumpkin Hollow Corn Maze

Grab your flashlight and try to find your way out of Eureka Springs’ toughest corn maze! If you manage to make it out in one piece, refuel with some of Pumpkin Hollow’s homemade pumpkin pie or apple cider. The Pumpkin Hollow Corn Maze is open every day from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. and on Friday nights from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.  

Horror in the Hollow

Are you looking for a truly frightening Halloween experience? Is the corn maze just not thrilling enough for you? Luckily, Pumpkin Hollow offers something a bit darker for those who are really trying to get into the true Halloween spirit. Get ready to jump out of your skin! You can explore the Forest of Fright, Manor of Misery, and Bubba’s Butcher Barn every Friday and Saturday in October at Horror in the Hollow.

Cave Tours

Not everyone wants to spend Halloween shuddering under their covers. Instead, spend some time at the amazing Onyx Caves or Cosmic Cavern. Home to interesting wildlife and awesome scenery, Eureka Springs’ natural caves offer tours for any group size and are a great way to spend a few hours during a cold October day!

Stay With Beaver Lake Cottages

Eureka Springs is filled with hotels and bed and breakfasts, but none quite compare to the unique charm and intimate setting of Beaver Lake Cottages. Spend a weekend experiencing the full beauty of the Ozark Mountains or make it a relaxing three-day weekend with our half-price Sunday offer.

For the ultimate Beaver Lake vacation, take a look at our gorgeous lake view suites. Each suite is equipped with a king-size bed, a small deck, a Jacuzzi, and a stunning view of Beaver Lake. Start planning your trip to The Halloween City before it’s too late and book your stay now!

View of Beaver Lake from Lake view Suite Deck