Good Day NWA: Bike Eureka, Black Bass Lake City Park Part 2

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Black Bass Lake City Park is a facility completed by the Eureka Springs Park and Recreation Commission. From humble beginnings as a lumber source and spring water gathering location this area has long contributed to Eureka’s progress and well being. 

Watch as Good Day NWA’s Jason Suel meets up with the City of Eureka Springs Special Events Coordinator Tracy Johnson to learn more about this city park.

Eureka Springs has over 66 springs. You can easily walk to 15 of the prominent ones. Eureka Springs was founded on the springs and is often referred to as “the city that water built”. Originally Native Americans and later settlers to the area believed that the spring waters had healing properties. A while no longer used for that purpose, travelers today still marvel at the beauty and peace that the springs emanate.

Eureka Springs has over 66 springs. You can easily walk to 15 of the prominent ones. Eureka Springs was founded on the springs and is often referred to as “the city that water built”. Originally Native Americans and later settlers to the area believed that the spring waters had healing properties. A while no longer used for that purpose, travelers today still marvel at the beauty and peace that the springs emanate.

Visit the Eureka Springs Trails web site for more information.

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