Eureka Springs flirts with the Missouri border in Northwest Arkansas. We hope you like road trips because Hillberry’s central location is a huge advantage for fans coming from nearby major cities. It’s only a few hours’ drive from Tulsa, Kansas City, Little Rock, and Dallas, give or take. As for flying, Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) is one of the smallest airports in the country with nonstop jet service to New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and many other giant cities.
That’s right! As long as you bought a ticket to Hillberry, you’re free to camp! In case you packed too light, there’s an on-site store where you can buy the necessary camping supplies, food, and water.
Not a big camper? No worries! For such a small town in the Ozarks, there are dozens of places to stay. Here you’ll find a map of available cabins, hotels, BnBs, hostels, and many other affordable options. Put your cursor over any blue dot and it’ll tell you the name of the place and how long it takes to drive to the festival. Be sure to click on the dot that interests you for further information on the property and accurate prices.
Art That Feeds
Conscious Alliance is teaming up with Hillberry for the first time to host the “Art That Feeds” Food Drive to benefit local food pantries. You can see a list of the most needed items on their website. According to the link, the first patrons to donate 20 non-perishable food items or a suggested monetary donation will receive a Hillberry screen print poster!