Head To The Top Of This Flower-Covered Mountain To Celebrate Arkansas’ Daffodil Festival

Head for the hills to see a yellow field full of daffodils! The Wye Mountain Daffodil Festival in Arkansas will be in bloom soon. This family-friendly spring festival is a perfect way to welcome the season. Let’s frolic to this festival and see the hundreds of daffodils atop the mountain as people have for over 40 years.

Have you attended the daffodil festival in Arkansas before? We would love to hear about your experience in the comments below! You can also share your favorite flower photos of Wye Mountain in our Facebook group, Arkansas Nature Lovers. You should join for your chance to be featured and to discover why there’s nothing better than Arkansas’ stunning nature.

Read the article These 15 Festivals in Arkansas Are Excellent Outings for Everyone to find even more fun ideas!

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July 29, 2022

 Are there other spring festivals in Arkansas?

The Magnolia Blossom Festival in Magnolia, Arkansas is fun. There are all sorts of fun activities and things to look at, but many are most interested in the steak cook-off which brings in all kinds of talent.

There is a lantern festival each year that coincides with the Lunar New Year. This spring festival is in Little Rock and it is beautiful. 

What else is going on at Wye Mountain?

There is a farm named Wye Mountain Flowers and Berries that have, you guessed it, flowers and berries that you can pick. It’s a gorgeous place to visit. 

There is also a bike route that cyclists enjoy called the Wye Mountain Loop. It’s a bit over 30 miles on a road route that takes riders around Lake Maumelle and through the countryside. 

Recommended activities for the spring in Arkansas?

Spring in Arkansas is pretty. It’s always good to get a list of places to check out flowers in bloom among sometimes dramatic settings. Buffalo National River is alive in the spring and the dramatic bluffs behind all the green leaves are awe-inspiring. Check out the article The History Of Arkansas’ Buffalo National River Goes Back Further Than You Think to learn more.

Taking a nice drive down Hwy. 23 is a ritual for many. It’s also known as the Pig Trail Scenic Byway. Read the article There’s Nothing Quite As Magical As The Tunnel Of Trees You’ll Find At Pig Trail Scenic Byway in Arkansas to learn more about it. What a great road for a car or motorcycle. 

Waterfalls are more dynamic in the spring due to the seasonal rainfall. One of the most photographed spots in Arkansas is Cedar Falls. It’s in Cedar Creek Canyon and well worth your time.  

Here Are The 12 Most Colorful Places To Visit In Arkansas This Spring has even more suggestions. Let us know if you enjoy any of these!