Try These Safe, Family-Friendly Fall Activities on Arkansas Farms

Fall is our favorite time of year at Farm Bureau Insurance, and there’s no better place for families to enjoy the unique pleasures of autumn than an Arkansas pumpkin patch. Kids will love the out-of-the-ordinary activities, and parents will love the photo ops!

We’ve rounded up a few noteworthy farms from all over the state to start your search for a fun-filled fall adventure.

Tip: Some farms regularly update weather information in case of closures; if in doubt, call before you go. Also, some tickets may be purchased in advance, so check online for schedules and other info.

COVID-19 Advisory: always call or check online sites before you go, as schedules, activities, or COVID-19 policies may be subject to change.

Central Arkansas

BoBrook Farms

Located near Pinnacle Mountain State Park, this farm experience includes not only a prize pumpkin field, but hayrides, farm animals, mazes, slides, educational experiences, and a hay pit, corn pit, hay pyramid, snack bar, and more! Pumpkins are sold separately.
DatesOpen through October 31
Address13810 Combee Lane
​Roland, Arkansas 72135 (map)
Phone(501) 519-5666
HoursMonday-Thursday: 9am-1pm
​Friday-Sunday: 9am- 6pm
Admission$7 per person (ages 2 and up)

Motley’s Pumpkin Patch

At Motley’s, you can start the fun with pig races, check out the special magic show, and still have plenty of time to let the kids climb hay bales, slide down twisty slides, and visit goats, sheep, chickens, and pigs — and don’t forget to stop in Motley’s Fudge Kitchen before you head for the pumpkin field!

COVID-19 Precautions
  • Added points of entry
  • Extra cleaning throughout the farm
  • Extra daily pig races and new seating area
  • Extra hand sanitation areas
  • Following State directives requiring guests (when more than 10 persons) to wear masks if unable to socially distance)
DatesOpen through November 1
Address13724 Sandy Ann Drive
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206 (map)
Phone(501) 888-1129
HoursThursday-Friday: 10am-5pm (entrance gate closes at 4pm)
Saturday & Sunday: 9am-6pm (entrance gate closes at 5pm)
AdmissionBasic Admission: $8.95 plus tax
Do It All Admission: $11.95 plus tax

Schaefers Pumpkin Patch

Enjoy weekend visits to Schaefers for pony rides, train rides, bounce houses, music, crafts, face painting-and picking pumpkins right off the vine! Haunted hayrides are offered on Friday and Saturday nights.
DatesOpen through October 31
Address864 Lollie Road
Mayflower, Arkansas 72106 (map)
Phone(501) 470-3127
Hourscall ahead
Admissioncall ahead

Northeast Arkansas

Pumpkin Hollow Farm/Horror in the Hollow

While Pumpkin Hollow Farm will delight younger children with a corn maze, kids’ barn, pedal tractors, farm animals, a “train ride” on the Pumpkin Hollow Express, a Pig Scramble and more, Horror in the Hollow will thrill adults and older kids with attractions that include Misery Manor, Zombie Paintball Patrol, Forest of Fright, and other chilling encounters.

COVID-19 Precautions (Per Order of the Arkansas State Health Department):

  • Check the website for detailed information about face coverings.
  • All staff members are wearing a face covering and are screened daily.
  • Staff members are sanitizing and disinfecting frequently.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the farm.
DatesOpen through October 31
Address610 County Road 336
Piggott, Arkansas 72454 (map)
Phone(870) 598-3568
HoursPumpkin Hollow Farm:
Monday-Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 1pm-6pm
Horror in the Hollow:
Opens 7pm Last ticket sales are at 10pm
AdmissionPumpkin Hollow Farm:
Standard Package $10 (See website for special attractions)
Horror in the Hollow:
See website for detailed pricing packages

Northwest Arkansas

Farmland Adventures

Attractions include a nine-acre corn maze (and a mini-maze for younger children), pony rides, farm animals, pig races, wagon rides, “human fooseball,” group activities-and, of course, a massive pumpkin patch!

COVID-19 Advisory: Due to COVID-19, some attractions may be limited or unavailable during the 2020 season. Visitors should check this Facebook page for the most current information.
DatesOpen through November 7
Address5355 Parsons Road
Springdale, Arkansas (map)
Phone(479) 799-5033
HoursStandard Hours:
Thursday: 3:00pm-9:30pm (October only)
Friday: 1:00pm-9:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am-9:30pm

See website for additional events.
AdmissionAge 2 and under: Free
Youth (Ages 3-12): $10
Police/Military with ID: $1 off per family member
Adults (13 and over): $12
Seniors (65 and over): $10

Peebles Farm Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze

Along with its premier corn maze, this farm offers hay tunnels, rubber duck races, farm animals, a corn cannon, swings, slides, and shaded picnic areas-plus “U-pick” pumpkin and cotton patches, three acres of sunflowers, college student activities, nighttime bonfires, and more. (Warning: The maze is HAUNTED every Saturday night in October. Come if you dare!) Featured in Southern Living Magazine.

COVID-19 Advisory: Due to COVID-19, some attractions may be limited or unavailable during the 2020 season. Visitors should check this Facebook page for the most current information.
DatesOpen through October 31
AddressCounty Road 249
Augusta, Arkansas 72006 (map)
Phone(870) 919-6162
HoursSaturday: 9:00am-10:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm-7:00pm
AdmissionStandard admission: $10 (see website for additional options)

South Arkansas

Old Milo Tree Farms & Pumpkin Patch

COVID-19 Precautions: Old Milo Farms will be open pending ADH guidelines; hand sanitizer stations are throughout the farm; picnic tables are spaced at least six feet apart; bathrooms are disinfected regularly. 

A tractor-drawn hayride takes Old Milo visitors directly to the pumpkin fields for families to pick their own pumpkins right off the vine. Activities include a hay maze and kid-sized corn maze, farm animal barrel train, goat walk, pumpkin games, small animal petting barn, climbing ropes and swings, and picnic tables. 

DatesOpen through October 31
Address604 Ashley Road 485
Hamburg, Arkansas 71646 (map)
Phone(870) 853-2379
HoursMonday-Thursday: Appointment Only
Friday & Saturday: 10am-5pm
Sunday: 1 p. m.-5pm
Admission$15 admission includes Pumpkin, farm, 1 horse ride, and unlimited zipline rides
$10 admission includes Pumpkin, farm and 1 zipline
$5 admission includes Farm only

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