Eureka Springs, Arkansas: Razorback Tower

"Take an exciting climb for an amazing view of the Ozarks." The free tower was originally built for the Forestry Service to spot fires. Now it has its own gift shop.

Address:
579 W. Van Buren St., Eureka Springs, AR
Directions:
On the south side of US-62, two miles west of its intersection with AR-23/Main St. in Eureka Springs.
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Razorback Tower.

Razorback Tower

Razorback Tower is a 100-foot-high lookout tower.

[Dana Haimes, 01/09/2022]

"Take an exciting climb for an amazing view of the Ozarks." The tower was originally built for the Forestry Service to spot fires. Now it has its own gift shop.


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