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Old 03-31-2016, 05:04 PM   #1
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Eureka Springs advice

Headed to Eureka Springs next week, which cg would you choose if you were interested in using the trolley? What are best things to not miss? Thanks in advance!

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Old 03-31-2016, 05:28 PM   #2
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Becky we stayed at Kettle campground. Down town is a nightmare to drive. The shuttle turns around at the park. Located east on 62, nice but not a resort. Not a dump either.

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Wanderlust RV Park

I haven't stayed there yet, but I stopped by Wanderlust RV Park before when I was on my motorcycle. Looks like a nice park with clean bathrooms. It's also on the BLUE trolley route.

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The trolley route is a good thing, as parking in downtown Eureka Springs is not easy.
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Old 04-03-2016, 01:51 PM   #5
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Eureka Springs is a great little town to visit. Make sure you visit the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, the most haunted hotel in America. It is absolutely gorgeous with a beautiful little church behind it. I found a campground approximately 10 miles from Eureka Springs that I will use on my next trip up there(my son lives in Fayetteville). It is called Beaver Lake. I don't believe the sites have sewer but they have a dump station on the campground. The IP is below. This campground is ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!!

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Thorncrowne chapel is awesome
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Eureka Springs Advice

We have stayed at Wanderlust and enjoyed it. The trolley came right to the campground. Eat at Ermilio's, (not sure if I spelled it right), if you like Italian food.

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I agree with Wanderlust. To us Kettle Campgound was tight when we drove through it on the trolley.
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I agree with Wanderlust. To us Kettle Campgound was tight when we drove through it on the trolley.
Just wanted to give you all a big thanks and update you. We did end up at Wanderlust for two days. The owners were great, the park was nice, gravel but level, nice views, not crowded and quiet. It is apparently on the trolley stop but they weren't running on the days we were there. Probably run more frequent in the summer. Would definitely recommend if you need a nice place in Eureka Springs!

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