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Pivot Rock and Natural Bridge

Eureka Springs, AR
+1 479-253-8860
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Not for physically disabled

The one big redeeming factor is a nice walk through the woods. I have seen better pivot rocks in... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
Marie T
via mobile
A long drive and a short walk

It's a long drive on narrow country roads and a short walk through the woods to see two natural... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
Professor-Zero
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Tucson, Arizona
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  • Poor11%
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“short hike” (14 reviews)
“gift shop” (30 reviews)
“nature walk” (5 reviews)
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Eureka Springs, AR
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+1 479-253-8860
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Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

The one big redeeming factor is a nice walk through the woods. I have seen better pivot rocks in Colorado. It's interesting but not that awe inspiring. The drive to attraction is a twisting very narrow road. The scenery is lovely. This attraction is okay...More

Thank Marie T
Reviewed 14 September 2017

It's a long drive on narrow country roads and a short walk through the woods to see two natural wonders and beautiful countryside. The small $5 fee is well worth it. Keep an eye out of for the blacksnake who guards the natural bridge; he...More

Thank Professor-Zero
Reviewed 14 September 2017

we when to see it and it was fair and was okay especially Pivot Rock. Would be okay to visit if you never seen rock things and it's for.

Thank Dave P
Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

Not on the main road, a couple mile drive on curved roads. Great place for pictures with children "holding" the rock. Natural bridge is another great photo op. Paths have a couple Steep inclines, majority are easy to navigate

Thank lottadots23
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

The drive to get to the pivot rock/natural bridge is a bit rough and very out there. You have to pay to see the attraction which I honestly wouldn't have had we not drive all that way. It was just okay to see. I was...More

Thank daearp5349
Reviewed 19 August 2017

Doesn't take very long to get to see. Self paced hike. Be careful if it's been raining as some of the rocks become slippery but worth the $5 to take pics with both items.

Thank Brenda S
Reviewed 1 August 2017

I had read prior reviews so I hadn't added Pivot Rock to my list of must-see attractions, but I ended up passing by it and decided to check it out. The walk was short ten minutes round-trip approximately. The Rock itself was very beautiful and...More

1  Thank Angelle225
Reviewed 31 July 2017

This was such a nice and interesting trail! We love the outdoors and rocks. Our son was climbing rocks on the side and having fun!

Thank Charity W
Reviewed 25 July 2017

We visited Pivot Rock on our way out of town. I was seriously annoyed that it cost $5 per person to take a ten minute walk. They have literally found a way to monetize EVERYTHING. I was massively underwhelmed by the rock itself. I enjoy...More

1  Thank 123juliebee
Reviewed 24 July 2017

went with young kids, mother and sister. we are not much of a hiking crew, but we did enjoy the 15-20 minute walk.

Thank Amber K
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kimncocoa
10 July 2017|
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Response from BlackChrome | Reviewed this property |
I also don't know. It only takes about 20 minutes to do the whole thing so leaving them in the parking lot with plenty of air and water probably wouldn't be a big deal. Hope this helps. As someone else stated you could also... More
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