Located just 2 miles north of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, Enchanted Forest Resort offers a quiet piece of ‘Heaven on Earth’ – 100 acres of peaceful forest property.
Our 8 Eureka Springs cabins are tucked away in the beautiful Ozark Mountains surrounded by beautiful woods and wildlife. Each cabin is secluded from the others, creating a space of solitude and privacy for our guests
Each Eureka Springs cabin rental is tastefully decorated with comfort in mind. We offer several different cabin styles to meet the specific needs and desires of our guests.
We have cabins for two, perfect for romance, and we have larger homes to accommodate groups and families.
50% OFF One Night
50% Off One Night
Stay 3 weekday nights Monday – Wednesday and receive 50% off Wednesday night.
Only applies on Mon – Wed stays
Stay for at least 3 consecutive nights
One Night FREE
One Night Free
Stay 4 weekday nights Monday – Thursday and receive Thursday night free.
Only applies on Mon – Thu stays
Stay for at least 4 consecutive nights
Extended Stay Discount
Extended Stay Discount
Stay 5 or more nights and receive 10% OFF your entire stay.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Selected as one of “America’s Distinctive Destinations,” Eureka Springs is located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of forested northwest Arkansas.
A unique Victorian resort town, this small community of only 2,000 residents welcomes visitors from across the region and country.
Guests are drawn here by an abundance of natural beauty, a rich history, dining, shopping, adventure, and a slower pace.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas is worth a visit… and our Eureka Springs cabins are the perfect home-away-from-home. Our guess is you’ll return again and again.
The Blue Moon Cave
A unique, natural feature of the Enchanted Forest Resort property is the Blue Moon Cave and Trail – a must see for nature lovers and adventurers.
The Blue Moon cave is privately owned and available exclusively to our guests, accessible from our Eureka Springs cabins via a 1/2 mile hike through the forest. We maintain a natural, scenic trail to the entrance.
An interesting piece of local Ozark history – the cave was used by Eureka Springs settlers in the 1800s as a clay mine. It winds deeply into the mountain, sometimes wide, sometimes narrow – Are you feeling brave?
Remember a flashlight and proper footwear – the Blue Moon is dark and wet!