Y’all, it’s that time of year again! Crops are bountiful and ready for harvesting. So, kick off the season by visiting one of the many u-pick farms in Arkansas. There are quite a few that offer different products and experiences. But there is one charming farm hidden in the Ozark Mountains that has the sweetest strawberries money can buy.  Let’s take a look at this wonderful strawberry farm in Arkansas.

Did you know about this charming strawberry farm in Arkansas? If so, tell us about your experience in the comment section. And, if you would like more information about the current u-pick season, visit the website or Facebook page. If you’d like some more country charm, check out these covered bridges in Arkansas

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Amazing Attractions in Arkansas

What are the best day trip destinations in Arkansas?

The best day trip destinations in Arkansas include

  • Blue Spring Heritage Center. This 33-acre botanical garden in Blue Spring is a lovely site that is well worth seeing.
  • Cotter. Fishermen come to this area on the White River for some of the best fishing in Arkansas. 
  • Rush. This is an old ghost town that remains from the zinc mining industry and the rotting buildings hold much history.
  • Walnut Ridge. This tiny town has a restaurant on an old plane and holds an annual Beatles festival at the Ridge festival.

Learn more about these and more of the best day trip destinations in Arkansas.

What are the best roadside attractions in Arkansas?

The best roadside attractions in Arkansas include

  • Humpty Dumpty. This model of the egg-shaped nursery rhyme character is located in Eureka Springs.
  • Old Flippin Jail Cell. Located in Flippin, this 12X9-foot jail cell that was built in 1928 was used to hold people arrested for fighting and public drunkenness. 
  • Mr. Peanut. The mascot of its namesake snack company stands near Fort Smith.
  • Popeye’s Garden. See the statue of the famous spinach-eating cartoon character in the tiny town of Alma.

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What are some hidden gem attractions in Arkansas?

Hidden gem attractions in Arkansas include:

  • Moro Bay State Park. Visitors come here for fishing and kayaking through the beautiful cypress groves.
  • Monster Mart. This odd place is a roadside stop in Fouke with a cryptozoological creature in an exhibit called the Boggy Creek Monster.
  • Queen Wilhelmina State Park. This is where to go for gorgeous vistas overlooking the verdant forests as far as the eye can see.
  • Daisy State Park. Located at the foothills of the Ouachita mountains, this is a wonderful camping area next to Lake Greeson.

Find out more about these and other hidden gem attractions in Arkansas.

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