These 10 Harvest Festivals In Arkansas Are A Great Way To Celebrate Autumn
Arkansans usually laugh when the first of autumn rolls around. Sure, we try hard to break out cozy sweaters and pumpkin spiced everything, but it sure is hard to enjoy a latte while sitting in a sweat puddle. Inevitably, after the first few weeks of denial, the weather will eventually cooperate and we can comfortably snuggle and sip steaming ciders. If you want to pretend like autumn is here, you’re in luck. These are the 10 best harvest festivals in Arkansas.
Did your favorite festival make the list? What are your favorite things to do in fall in Arkansas?
What other types of events take place in fall in Arkansas?
In addition to these exciting harvest festivals, Arkansas is known to host thrilling craft fairs. One of the most popular festivities takes place at the War Eagle Mill. Over 250 vendors set up shop and showcase their wonderful goods. You could spend hours scouring the selection. After you’ve shopped ‘til you’ve dropped, refuel at the Bean Palace Cafe. Visiting The War Eagle Mill Fall Crafts Fair is a wonderful all-day event. If you loved this, then you should definitely visit the Fall bonfire at Rodeo Of The Ozarks in Springdale, Arkansas. You’ll really get in to the fall spirit at this seasonal event.
What are the best family-friendly activities to do in the fall in Arkansas?
Fall is the perfect time to gather up the kids and visit a pumpkin patch. Motley’s Pumpkin Patch, located in Little Rock, has so much more than just colorful gourds. There’s also a tractor-drawn wagon ride and a colorful play area. Every weekend at Motley’s feels like a harvest festival! Roseberry Farms, located in Benton, is another popular place to visit in autumn. No matter which destination you turn to, you’re certain to have a lovely time.
Which Arkansas town is the best to visit in the fall?
Sheridan is the best town to visit in Arkansas during fall. During the first weekend of October, this small town hosts TimberFest. This annual tradition celebrates Sheridan’s unique logging industry. In addition to craft booths, scrumptious food, and family fun, this quirky festival hosts a one-of-a-kind lumberjack competition.
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Arkansas native, Carol Ann Carson, has written for OnlyInYourState for three years now. She resides in Western Arkansas' Mountain Frontier but calls NWA home as well. The graduate of University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, Carol Ann earned her B.A. in English and will soon be pursing her M.A. in Library Science. She loves exploring the trails around the Buffalo National River and has yet to find a waterfall that wasn't her favorite.