Driving Routes

Options For Saturday Morning Drives



We expect to have over 200 Porsches at the event this year, so we're offering four different routes for our Saturday morning drive. We've suggested car models for each route, but feel free to drive in any of the routes that interest you.

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Download information about all four routes including driving directions by clicking here. This is the route information that will be available in your information packet when you check in.
War Eagle Route

73 Miles (3 hours)
Suggested: 911, 928, 944, 968
Depart 8:00 am

This route goes south to Withrow Springs State Park then on to War Eagle Mill before heading back to Eureka Springs.
Roaring River Route

54 Miles (2.5 hours)
Suggested: Boxster, Cayenne, Cayman
Depart 8:20 am

This route goes over the Little Golden Gate Bridge in Beaver, AR before heading north to Roaring River in Missouri, then back to Eureka Springs.
Kings River Route

51 Miles (2.5 hours)
Suggested: 964, 930, 993, 996, 997
Depart 8:45 am

This route runs south along the King's River then to Berryville, AR, north into Missouri, then south back to Eureka Springs.
Beaver Dam Route

25 Miles (1 hour)
Suggested: 356, 912, 914
Depart 10:00 am

This is a great route for anyone who wants a shorter drive, a more relaxed pace, or who wants to sleep in Saturday morning. It goes over the Little Golden Gate Bridge in Beaver, AR then south over the Beaver Lake dam, then back to Eureka Springs.
Thorncrown Route

70 Miles (4 hours)
Suggested: 356, 912, 914
Depart 9:00 am

Join us for a four-hour scenic drive through the Arkansas countryside and tour two of the chapels designed by world famous architect E. Fay Jones, an Arkansas native, student of Frank Lloyd Wright, and recipient of architecture's highest award, the AIA Gold Metal.
First we will tour Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs winner of numerous architectural awards including Design of the Year Award in 1981, Design of the Decade Award in the 1980's, and recently named fourth on the list of top buildings of the twentieth century by the American Institute of Architects.
Approximately a scenic hour's drive away in Bella Vista, Arkansas, we will tour The Mildred B. Cooper Chapel built a decade later in 1991 of steel and glass, based on the pointed Gothic arch, a design element repeated throughout the length of the structure.
Driver's meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. in front of the convention center. Return by 12:30 p.m. in time for lunch on your own in Eureka Springs with time to prep your car for the car show, which begins at 2:30. Drive encompasses approximately 70 miles.