Hello! Welcome to Part Two of our Day in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. If you missed the first post, just scroll down.
Today's Post is all about Basin Spring, which is a small park in Eureka Springs dedicated to the water that made Eureka Springs famous and started the whole town. Native American legend tells of the great healing spring and many cultures and peoples arrived there for it's healing powers. It eventually became a popular tourist destination, spa, and flourishing city.
Well, I did not see any famous water spouts to drink from to see if any of my ailments could be healed, nor did I see any Eureka Springs water for sale, but I did find this quaint park with a lovely water fountain. Above the fountain, is a natural rock formation and a band shell where the arts are celebrated.
I have this great urge to go to Missouri..... beautiful pictures of it all!ReplyDelete
Hi Amy!! WOW! What fun photos of your trip!! Looks like fun to me! :) Just wanted to let you know that I have a new blog..hope you can stop by sometime! I'm following along with you on Feedly! HUGSReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing! :)
Such pretty pictures Amy. The rock formations remind me of the ones in wisconsin dells by the river. So beautiful!ReplyDelete
Pretty pictures! Eureka Springs is such a special place-- Enjoy!ReplyDelete