Life in a small town like Eureka is simple but not boring. Here are a few popular things to do with family and friends.
The public can access Fall River at the entrance of Orscheln Farm and Home or on South State Street. Fish year-round in the heated dock at state-stocked Eureka Lake, located 5 miles north of Eureka on North State Street. If you like bigger lakes, try Fall River Reservoir or Toronto Reservoir nearby. Get your fishing license here. Kids fish free.
The Gym has a racquetball court for members or pay by the day. It’s open 24 hours a day in case you want to play on a sleepless night. They have racquets and balls on hand to get you started.
Play disc golf
Also known as Frisbee Golf, you can play at Lions Park south of Eureka on Jefferson Street.
Play pickle ball
Play pickleball with friends year-round at the Tornado Activity Center located north of the football field. If that’s not your thing, play basketball and volleyball too! When the weather is nice, the group plays at Lions Park and Riverside Park.
Climb Teter Rock
OK – Teter Rock isn’t a very long climb, but the view from there is amazing. Watch for herds of wild horses in the surrounding pasture. Located northwest of Eureka at the very north end of River Road.