Locate Arkansas pumpkin patches for this fall. Find pumpkin picking near Little Rock, Jonesboro and Fayetteville in Arkansas. Support your local farm this October. Many also have hayrides, corn mazes, live animals, and kids games.
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Arkansas Frontiers - Quitman, AR
Open October 1st through the 31st every day except Sunday. A living history farm founded by two teachers with more than 60 years combined teaching experience. U-pick pumpkins in October. Reservations only Monday _ Friday. Enjoy the hay ride, dino dig, farm animals, enchanted forest, old school house and gem mining. Their address is 1625 Wesley Chapel Road, Quitman, AR. It is about 61 miles north of Little Rock.
Bo Brook Farms - Roland, AR
Open 7 days a week in October. A 235 acre country farm with pick your own pumpkins. Family owned and operated since 1995. The rest of the year, it is a wedding venue and berry farm. Located near Pinnacle Mountain State Park, thirty minutes northwest of downtown Little Rock. Their address is 13810 Combee Ln., Roland, AR 72135.
Farmland Adventures - Springdale, AR
The farm is open to the public beginning on September 7th. Starting around October 1st the pumpkin patch is open. They run Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in October. Pick out a pumpkin from their large patch. While you are there, enjoy their corn mazes, petting zoo, wagon rides and pony rides as well. The Farmland Adventures pumpkin field and corn maze was opened in 2011 by the Parsons family, who has been farming near Springdale since 1910.
Holland Bottom Farm - Cabot, AR
They grow lots of fruits and vegetables on this huge farm. In the fall they grow pumpkins, have hayrides, and grow mums. Their address is 1255 Hwy 321, Cabot, Arkansas. It is about 24 miles northeast of Little Rock.
McGarrah Farms - Pea Ridge, AR
The season begins on September 29th. Pick your own pumpkins from their field this fall in Northwest Arkansas. Wide range of pumpkins from miniature to giants weighing 150 pounds. Open from late September through Halloween on every day but Tuesday’s. Admission fee of $8 entitles you to equivalent value of tickets for rides and pumpkins. The farm is run by the McGarrah Family who have been farming in Benton County since 1824. The address is 14816 Miser Rd, Pea Ridge, AR 72751. It is about 11 miles northeast of Bentonville.
Motley’s Pumpkin Patch - Little Rock, AR
Open Saturday and Sunday starting on September 29th. Celebrate 32 years of farm fun at this Central Arkansas pumpkin farm in Little Rock. Pick your own pumpkins off the vine, take a tractor-drawn wagon ride to the field and visit the farm animals. Randy and Linda Motley have been growing Christmas trees since 1982 and opened their patch in 2008.
Mountain Home Berry Farm - Mountain Home, AR
Their fall festival begins weekends starting in late September. A northern Arkansas farm with a fall festival and pumpkin picking. Enjoy a 1.5 acre kid’s corn maze, hay ride, petting zoo, mulch mountain and country store. Admission to the festival tour is $6.50 per individual. Admission to the patch is free but there is a cost for pumpkins you pick. Parking is free. Open on weekends and Friday afternoons from late September through early November. Their address is 693 County Road 57, Mountain Home, AR 72653. Note open weekdays for school and church groups and corporate events.
Old Milo Tree Farm - Hamburg, AR
Fall festival open to the public on Saturday and Sunday in October. Pick right off the vine. Take a tractor drawn hayride, get lost in the kid size corn maze, petting zoo, hay maze, barrel train, pumpkin painting and giant caterpillar swing. Kids are $8 (includes one from the patch). Adults are $5 (no pumpkin). Pumpkin Chunkin also available. Their address is 604 Ashley Road 485, Hamburg, Arkansas 71646. It is about 70 miles south of Pine Bluff.
Peebles Farm - Augusta, AR
Open every day starting September 22nd. Enjoy 10 acres of u-pick pumpkins on their 60 acre field halfway between Augusta and McCrory. Have fun at the 20 acre corn maze, relax on a hay ride and visit the farm animals. Activities run from the last weekend in September through the first weekend in November Learn more about what’s happening on the farm this fall.
Pumpkin Hollow - Piggott, AR
The fun begins on September 15th this fall. For over 20 years, home of NE Arkansas’s only pumpkin patch and Arkansas’s original corn maze offers hayrides, pig scramble, pony rides, Pedal tractors, Friendly Forest, and much more farm fun. Pumpkin Hollow is also home to Horror in the Hollow, scariest haunted attractions in the tri-state area.
Schaefers and Collins Pumpkin Patch and Farm - Mayflower, AR
Pumpkin patch is open every day starting September 29th. Fall activities on weekends. Join them for their 19th season growing pumpkins and pick your own pumpkin off the vine. Enjoy a corn maze, rock wall and pony rides. There is also a haunted house and haunted hayride on Friday and Saturday nights. Note: Cash and check only! Located 50 minutes northwest of downtown Little Rock near Conway. Their address is 862 Lollie Road, Mayflower, AR 72106.