Fall

Halloween is traditionally for kids, sure, but that doesn’t mean adults don’t want to get in on the action. Here are a few Central Arkansas happenings that are sure to be a scream. Adult Night at Boo at the Zoo One of Arkansas’s favorite annual Halloween festivals is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year! Boo at the …
This October, celebrate the season with a trip to two of the Arkansas Delta’s most beloved fall attractions, both open through Oct. 31. Near Piggott, you’ll find Pumpkin Hollow. Spend a beautiful autumn day enjoying all the fun including the corn mazes, hayrides, catfish feeding, pony rides, pig scrambles, farm animals, the Kids’ Barn, the …
Fall means many things to different people. For me, it means cooler temperatures, pumpkins…and Pumpkin Hollow! And Pumpkin Hollow is now open! Located near Piggott, Pumpkin Hollow offers something for everyone. Home of Arkansas’s first cornfield maze, Pumpkin Hollow includes a new “puzzle” each fall, along with a huge pumpkin patch. You can select your …
When September rolls around, we all seem to get our hopes up for the arrival of fall. Another indication that autumn is in the air is a pumpkin patch. A great place to experience this excitement is at Mary’s Place in Bryant. Her 7th annual Pumpkin Patch is scheduled for Sept. 24 to Nov. 7. …
Yes, folks.  it’s true.  The leaves are beginning to change colors. That brings us to one of the most eagerly-awaited times of the year in Arkansas: the beginning of fall color reports. You can keep track of the changing of the leaves by visiting the fall page of Arkansas.com. The updates are posted every Thursday …
Arkansas State Parks are fun to visit year round with their hiking and mountain biking trails, playgrounds, campgrounds, swimming pools and wildlife. In autumn they rise to the occasion with leaves turning gorgeous hues of orange, red, and yellow, and programs that celebrate the harvest season. Here are some upcoming park programs for kids taking …
September brings thoughts of autumn in Arkansas.  From the changing of the leaves and a new major arts event, to pumpkin patches and locally grown produce, there’s a kaleidoscope of color and activities around nearly every bend. Start planning your trip now.   1.   A Top 10 in September’s 10: It’s pretty impressive when the …
It is no secret that fall is a special time in Arkansas. The season is filled with camping, biking, live music, fall color, farm tours,  festivals… the list can go on and on. In light of this, we decided to share Ten Reasons to Visit Southwest Arkansas in the Fall. Enjoy! 1. The Talimena in …