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War Eagle Cavern on Beaver Lake

War Eagle Cavern on Beaver Lake is pet friendly and offers guided cavern tours, gemstone panning, Moonshiners' Mystery Shack, Lost in the Woods Maze, nature trails, and more. Well-behaved pups are welcome in the cavern and on the grounds, everywhere except inside the gift shop. Dogs must always be kept on a leash and under control by their owners. Stroll along the shores of Beaver Lake to the spectacular natural entrance to the cave and follow a flowing stream deep into the mountain. Stand beneath soaring domes and see an array of formations, including fossils, rimstone dams, and waterfalls. After the tour, hike short nature trails, feed lake fish, pan for semi-precious gemstones, or explore the 'Lost in the Woods' maze. The cave tour is an easy walk: no stairs or tight places. Huge rooms with well-lit pathways. Cavern is open 7 days a week, early March through November. Visit Website

Or call (479) 789-2909 or email info@wareaglecavern.com for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

War Eagle Cavern on Beaver Lake has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 7 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Mackenzie
    May. 19, 2019
    Great For Dogs

    Two humans and two dogs enjoyed our one hour guided tour through the cavern! Very unique experience to take your pups on. Everyone was very dog friendly.

  • John
    May. 9, 2019
    Great Place For humans and Furry Friends

    My wife, 2 dogs and I did the 1 hour guided tour of the caverns. It was very informative and fun. The dogs had a great time investigating new smells and drinking from the natural spring water inside the cavern. Everyone there was extremely dog friendly and we all had a great time.

  • Rachel
    More than a year ago
    Great place for well-behaved dogs

    We went to the cavern yesterday an had a great time- our 2 dogs are 6 and 12 and are used to being in a variety of social situations. The tour guide was great!! The tours are over an hour and you are in very close quarters in the cavern, stoppjng very frequently, with possibly unsupervised children running up to your dogs (loudly) and "petting" them. It is also very dark and they even shut the lights out for several seconds (complete darkness) for the "feel." So I would not recommend this for dogs who spook easy or who become restless easily. It's very slow paced and intimate and it's tough to get a lot of space between yourself and others if you need to.

  • Danita
    More than a year ago
    wiener dog outing.

    Had a great time with our dogs. They loves exploring.

  • John
    More than a year ago

    Great Time Wife loved gift shop, Tour was excellent.

  • Dave Lisenbee
    More than a year ago
    Interesting Tour

    The tour is about an hour long and cost around $13 a person. We took our Westie on the tour and saw 3 other dogs while there. There are a few trails to walk after the tour if you like. It's about 22 miles from Eureka Springs on the south side of Beaver Lake. Eureka Springs is very dog friendly. Every store or shop we went to let us take her inside. You can also dine with your pet at a place called "Local Flavor Cafe" which was pretty cool. We had a good time. It was something to do where our dog could tag along so that made it pretty fun.

  • Brenda Waide
    More than a year ago
    War Eagle Cavern

    It is a awsome place, They were very friendly. The guide is the best I have meet. There were bats, bats, and more bats. I plan to go back and take the wild tour in the fall.

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