Dog Friendly Tours in Eureka Springs, AR

There are 2 dog friendly tours in Eureka Springs. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Eureka Springs.

Pet Friendly Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway
Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway BringFido along for a train ride on the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway. Their excursion Train is pet-friendly. This short, narrated train trip is an interesting way to learn more about the area. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome to enjoy the train with you, but they are not permitted on dining tours. See Details
Pet Friendly Eureka Rock Star Photo Shoot
Eureka Rock Star Photo Shoot 'Eureka Rock Star Photo Shoot' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Susane. Contact host prior to booking for advanced approval on bringing Fido. You and your pooch will be guided along the streets of Eureka Springs as your host takes photos of you along the way. Your host will take photos of you walking the narrow streets, posing and candid moments. Eureka is a walking town with curvy, hilly streets. Be prepared to walk up and down some stairs and hills. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 4 guests ages 14 and up. Rates start at $140 per person. See Details
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. See Details