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  • Writer's pictureLindsay Jordan

Exploring the Best Pumpkin Patches in Arkansas: A Fall Adventure

As the leaves change color and the air turns crisp, it's time to embrace the magic of fall. And what better way to celebrate this season than by visiting charming pumpkin patches in Arkansas? From Motley's Tree Farm and Pumpkin Patch to Peebles Farm and Corn Maze, and The Father's Field Pumpkin Patch to Circle D Funny Farm, these delightful farms offer a cornucopia of autumnal delights and provide a memorable experience for families, friends, and pumpkin enthusiasts alike.

Motley's Tree Farm and Pumpkin Patch:

Located in Little Rock, Motley's Tree Farm and Pumpkin Patch is a picturesque farm that captures the essence of fall! Besides offering a wide variety of pumpkins, this family-owned farm delights visitors with a range of activities, including hayrides, a corn maze, and a petting zoo! You’ll experience the joy of the season by picking your perfect pumpkin from the patch or enjoying a thrilling ride on the farm's cow train. The gift shop has the cutest ornament and homemade fudge and that BBQ Hickory Burger at Mike's Grill the perfect burger to enjoy on the farm! Also, did you know Motley has a Christmas tree farm too?! We'll be back for that! With its charming autumn ambiance and family-friendly atmosphere, Motley's is a must-visit pumpkin patch in Arkansas! You can experience Motley’s Thursday through Sunday from now until October 29, 2023.

Peebles Farm and Corn Maze:

Situated in Augusta, Peebles Farm and Corn Maze is a beloved destination for those seeking an authentic fall experience! This expansive farm boasts a sprawling corn maze that challenges visitors to find their way through its intricate paths and this year they have gone above and beyond, creating a Reba themed maze for your enjoyment! Alongside the corn maze, visitors can explore the pumpkin patch, where they can handpick their own pumpkins and embrace the spirit of the season. With additional attractions such as hayrides, a petting zoo, and delicious farm-to-table treats, Peebles Farm promises an unforgettable day of autumnal fun. Stop in for all the fall fun at Peebles Wednesday through Sunday from now until October 30, 2023.

The Father's Field Pumpkin Patch:

Tucked away in Plainview, The Father's Field Pumpkin Patch offers a delightful blend of fall festivities and community spirit. This family-owned farm provides visitors with an enchanting fall experience, complete with pumpkin picking, hayrides, and a variety of seasonal games and activities. You’ll find all kinds of goodies at The Country Store while you’re there, including all the fall decor you could possibly want! The Father's Field Pumpkin Patch takes pride in creating a warm and welcoming environment, making it a cherished spot for families and groups to create cherished memories. You can visit them Thursday through Saturday, 10am to 7pm, from now until November 4, 2023.

Circle D Funny Farm:

Circle D Funny Farm is taking it to a whole new level with an exotic animal wagon ride where you get to feed the animals, it's like going on safari right in Central Arkansas! From petting animals and playing on the playground to riding the barrel train and taking a trip on the exotic wagon with zoo animals, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The farm's pumpkin patch season runs from now to October 29, making it the perfect place to pick your own pumpkin and embrace the spirit of the season! Gather your loved ones and experience the joy of fall at Circle D Funny Farm Pumpkin Patch.

BONUS Family-Friendly Fun - Barnyard Friends & Stables

While our bonus spot isn’t a pumpkin patch per se, it does include a kid-friendly haunted hayride you won’t want to miss! Barnyard Friends & Stables atop Petit Jean Mountain offers a unique and unforgettable experience for animal lovers of all ages! This petting zoo provides a fun and educational opportunity to interact with a variety of farm animals where visitors can engage in hands-on activities such as feeding and petting friendly goats, sheep, and rabbits. Add this great place to your ‘Fall Fun’ list!

As the autumn season paints the landscapes with vibrant hues, exploring the pumpkin patches in Arkansas becomes a must-do activity. From the idyllic charm of Motley's Tree Farm and Pumpkin Patch to the adventure-filled Peebles Farm and Corn Maze, to the community-oriented atmosphere of The Father's Field Pumpkin Patch and the unique exotic animal experience at Circle D Funny Farm, these places offer a great escape into the spirit of fall! Whether you're searching for the perfect pumpkin, getting lost in a corn maze, or simply enjoying the company of loved ones, these pumpkin patches promise a memorable experience that captures the essence of this magical season. So grab your loved ones, embrace the crisp air, and embark on an unforgettable adventure through the pumpkin patches of Arkansas! Don’t forget to tag Arkie Travels and as always, happy adventuring!

Pumpkin Patches in the Natural State:

Arkansas Frontier - Quitman

BoBrook Farms - Roland

Circle D Funny Farm - Malvern

Family Farm - Malvern

Five M Farms - Monticello

Garner Homestead Farm - Hot Springs

Hicks Family Farms - Lonoke

In the Pines - Hindsville

Jackson Farm - Black Rock

McGarrah Farms Rivercrest Orchard - Fayetteville

Middleton Family Farm - Pottsville

Miracle Farms Market - Bodcaw

Mountain Home Berry Farm - Mountain Home

Old Milo Tree Farm & Pumpkin Patch - Hamburg

Pumpkin Hollow - Piggott

Roseberry Farms - Benton

Schaefers and Collins Pumpkin Patch - Mayflower

Shady Acres Farm - Amity

Lindsay Jordan is the Head of Operations and Sarah's trusted right-hand at Arkie Travels. With an unwavering passion for all things Arkansas, her dedication to promoting the state shines through in her role. She served as the Executive Director for the Gann Museum of Saline County for the past 6 years, where her deep appreciation for history and love for her home state was evident in the exceptional exhibits, compelling newsletters, and captivating tours she curated.

Away from the office, Lindsay finds joy in experiencing the wonders of the Natural State with her family. From camping under the stars to hiking along breathtaking trails, and even exploring waterways on kayaks, she embraces these outdoor adventures wholeheartedly and is happy to share all the beauty of Arkansas with everyone around her.


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