Pumpkin patch and corn maze opens at Holly Springs Homestead in Mena


Holly Springs Homestead is a Century Farm located in the heart of the Ouachita mountains in Mena. The homestead, which is 20 acres, is run by Luke and Deedee Alston and is certified as an Arkansas Grown business, meaning that what they sell is grown and made in the state. The farm is also the scene of the area’s first pumpkin patch and corn maze, which is set to be open September 15- October 29.


Also on site there is a Kids Adventure Farm, which has features such as Adeline’s Mud Pie Kitchen, a giant teepee, a hay maze, tree swings and more. This working farm produces vegetables and fruits for sale and you can also find handcrafted items to buy such as jams, preserves, Heirloom seeds, local honey, sorghum, jewelry, quilts, essential oils, and more. The farm is located at 217 Polk Road 184 and their phone number is 479-243-6525. Admission to the corn maze and pumpkin patch is $9. Be sure to call the farm ahead of time for hours of operation.