One of the most common reasons for relocation to the Eureka Springs, Arkansas area is for retirement, as the entire city is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The tourist destination is a unique resort village with an architectural makeup almost entirely of Victorian-style manors and buildings. Most of the buildings were constructed using local materials. There are no traffic lights within the city, and auto shipping vehicles are not able to access most of the downtown area, including the steep winding streets that make up the majority of transportation in the village. Eureka Springs is often referred to as “Little Switzerland” for its unusually mountainous terrain for a stereotypically flat state.
Auto shipping services in Eureka Springs, Arkansas are a rare request, partially due to the village’s semi-isolation on the eastern side of Beaver Lake. Only two major highways provide interstate access to the village. U.S. Route 62 runs near the city from east to west while Arkansas Highway 23 allows traffic to continue north from the village to Springfield, Missouri. In fact, most auto haulers operating in the region will access the city from the north rather than travel along southern highways like Interstate 40.
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