Arkansas October 10, 2015
Don’t Miss These 10 Great Arkansas Pumpkin Patches This Fall
If your favorite autumn haunts haven’t been mentioned in our Arkansas pick-your-own food article or corn maze piece, don’t worry, your time has come! There are many places across the Natural State where you can pick your own pumpkin from a patch, find your way through a corn maze, and jump on a hay ride. Many of these wonderful farms have been mentioned previously and others are getting their deserved recognition now as a great place for fall fun!
10. Roseberry Farms
Located in Benton and established in 2014, Roseberry Farms offers a great selection of pumpkins to pick from as well as hay rides for the kids. Roseberry Farms is open from Friday to Sunday this season from 9 am to 6 pm.
9. Scott Pumpkin Patch
The Scott Pumpkin Patch on 14900 Highway 65 in Scott has been around since 2010 and their 5th season of fun has just begun and will last until August 31st! The patch is open to the public on weekends (from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturdays and from 1 pm to 6 pm on Sundays) and open by reservation on weekdays.
8. Holland Bottom Farm
This family-owned Cabot farm is well known for it's strawberry picking, but the pumpkins here are in season now! Bring the family out for a day out in the patch - Holland Bottom even does hay rides on the weekends!
7. Mary's Place
Mary's Place in Bryant at 3705 AR-5 has everything for your holiday needs whether it's Halloween or Christmas. Pick from the pumpkin patch, purchase fresh produce or yard decorations, and the kids can even enjoy a trackless train ride.
6. Motley's Pumpkin Patch
Located on 13724 Sandy Ann Drive in Little Rock, Motley's Tree Farm and Pumpkin Patch is easily accessible from all areas of central Arkansas. Featuring pumpkins large and small to select from, families visiting Motley's can also enjoy a petting zoo, wagon rides pulled by a tractor, and a holiday gift store.
5. Peebles Farm
Also mentioned as an excellent place to take the family on a wild corn maze trip, Peebles Farm on Co Road 249 in Augusta not only has pumpkins available to be picked, but those who are more arts-and-crafts inclined can pick their own cotton as well among numerous other things for families to do here! Fall activities will continue at the farm from now until November 2nd.
4. Hicks Family Farms
Previously mentioned for their corn maze, Hicks Family Farms (located between Cabot and Lonoke) also has a pumpkin patch in addition to pony and hay rides. There's always something going on every Saturday and Sunday during this season!
3. Cox Berry Farm
Cox Berry Farm of Clarksville was referenced in a pick-your-own article, and it should be noted that there are pumpkins ready for picking in addition to apples. Cox Berry Farm is closed on Sundays but open to the public Mondays through Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm.
2. Schaefers and Collins Pumpkin Patch
We've proudly mentioned the Corn Maze at Lollie before, but don't forget you can still pick from a pumpkin patch at this Mayflower farm! Concessions are also offered and guests have a picnic area here to sit back and have a bite to eat as well.
1. Pumpkin Hollow
Pumpkin Hollow in Piggott not only has challenging corn mazes, hay rides, and a petting zoo, but they also have pedal tractors for the little ones to ride, a full patch of pumpkins ready for picking, and kids can also ride the Pumpkin Hollow Express! Don't forget to visit the Pumpkin Hollow gift store to take something home for the Halloween holiday.
Get all of the enjoyment out of autumn while you can – time is flying by and before you know it Halloween will have passed us by! Have fun spending a weekend day trip at one of these Arkansas pumpkin patches and get creative when you’re putting up this year’s seasonal decorations or carving your jack o’lantern!