Nestled on 125 acres in the heart of the
Ozark Plateau is the beginning of an
Intentional Community called Rockspire,
the perfect setting for a new
concept in future living.


A new concept in future living…
as represented in the sustainable lifestyle envisioned by the members of Rockspire

For over 35 years Rockspire co-founders George Myers and Michael Johnson have partnered in multiple business ventures, and now they are focused on Rockspire near Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

As Dallas based architects and developers, George and Michael have implemented a wide variety of small to large scale projects throughout the United States and around the world and therefore bring a range of talents, perspectives, and philosophies to this project.

The combined influences of Nature, Art, and Architecture are the inspiration behind Rockspire; and they are further enhanced by incorporating the latest technologies to enable our enviable, sustainable lifestyle.

In addition, all community members are continually participating in the creation, and implementation, of this grand experiment we call Rockspire.


“Human beings are not meant to live solitary lives…
talking, touching, and relating to others is essential to our well-being.
These facts apply to all of us, from birth to death.”

The Rockspire Community is a diverse group of people who appreciate the natural beauty experience of Rockspire. It’s not a cult, commune, or movement… but merely a community of individuals who are striving to create a sustainable lifestyle concept for future living.

Our events, developments, plans, and thoughts are chronicled in our quarterly newsletter – The Rockspirian, and on the Rockspire Facebook page.

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Nature, Art, and Architecture

it’s as simple and complex as that

35 acres of mountaintop pastures with breathtaking views contrasts with the remaining 90 acres of forests and cliffs cascading down the lush and diverse mountainside.

Performances in the MobbyMac Carriage House, natural amphitheater, retreats, artists and craftsmen working in the Rockspire workshop and studio.

High quality architectural details respecting the relationships between the structures and their natural setting, are the basic principles we follow. ~ Quality & Balance of Life

Rockspirian Newsletters

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NUMBER 18 :: January, 2015January-2015-1

  • The Big Ass Fan
  • Big homes can complicate retirement
  • Top of the Rock
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NUMBER 17 :: January, 2014January-2014-1

  • Convertible Suite
  • The 2013 Holiday Season
  • The Kilman Wedding Reception
  • Mike Johnson and Pam Kovacs

 NUMBER 18 :: May, 2014

  • School’s Out !! .. They headed to Rockspire
  • City girl with country heart?

NUMBER 19 :: September, 2014

  • Do you have a green thumb?
  • Thinking about the larger eco-system
  • The nearest town to Rockspire – Eureka Springs
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NUMBER 13 :: January, 2013 January-2013-1

  • Bridge over tranquil backwoods
  • Trigger Gap LZ
  • Manifesto Presentation Slides

NUMBER 14 :: April, 2013

  • Experimental Innovation
  • Integrated Water Management
  • Joan Myers Norton

NUMBER 15 :: July, 2013

  • Joan’s Angel Trail
  • Master Stone Mason, Alan Vennes
  • Rockspires seen ’round the world

NUMBER 16 :: October, 2013

  • Poem and comments by Betty Johnson
  • It’s time for a new approach to living “sustainably”
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NUMBER 9 :: January, 2012January-2012-1

  • How do we plan to harness the Earth’s
  • cold, pure, raging, energy?
  • Some of our neighbors
  • Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

NUMBER 10 :: April, 2012

  • Hoar Frost
  • Future Stone Gazebo
  • Marjorie Jones’ Memorial
  • Rockspire Manifesto

NUMBER 11 :: July, 2012

  • Happy Trails to You!
  • Tanju and Pat Tuzer
  • Other recent visitors to Rockspire

NUMBER 12 :: October, 2012

  • The burn ban is off!
  • Digging by hand at Moonshiner’s Cave
  • Interior Furnishings at the MobbyMac Carriage House
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NUMBER 5 :: January, 2011        

  • Unearthing Mysteries
  • 2011 Celebrates 45 Years of friendship
  • 2011 Commemorates 35 Years of business
  • New Adventure

 NUMBER 6 :: April, 2011

  • The MobbyMac Carriage House
  • Rockspire is not for sale

NUMBER 7 :: July, 2011

  • Betty’s Birdhouse Cabin
  • Rainwater Collection
  • Gardening

NUMBER 8 :: October, 2011

  • What buildings are at Rockspire now, and what is planned for the near future?
  • The West End Community Buildings
  • Concepts Guiding Development

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January-2010-1NUMBER 1 :: January, 2010      

  • Construction begins on Upper Nature Trail
  • is updated
  • Betty’s Birdhouse Dedication
  • Strange objects photographed

NUMBER 2 :: April, 2010  

  • Lumber harvesting
  • Kings River Preserve Announcement

NUMBER 3 :: July, 2010  

  • Nature at Rockspire
  • Kings River Preserve Dedication
  • First ever airplane at Rockspire

NUMBER 4 :: October, 2010      

  • Harvesting Hardwoods and Hay
  • The Johnson Family Reunion
  • Eureka Springs
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