What to know
Home of Arkansas’s first cornfield maze, Pumpkin Hollow offers a new “puzzle” each fall, along with a huge pumpkin patch. Select your own pumpkins and specialty squash from more than 30 varieties, along with corn stalks, other fall decorations, and more from the Pumpkin Hollow Store. New attractions are added each year,including hayrides, pony rides, petting zoo, Kids’ Barn, pig scramble, pond slide, catfish feeding, hay play area, barrel train ride, pedal tractors, zipline, gourd trellis, Friendly Forest, Hopalong Rodeo, and much more. The kid-friendly farm is open seven days a week from mid-September through the end of October. (Check the website for specific dates and hours.) Pumpkin Hollow also is famous for Horror in the Hollow, its haunted attractions open on weekends during the fall season. These include the Forest of Fright (haunted woods walking trail), Misery Manor, Zombie Paintball Patrol, and Bubba's Butcher Barn. Pumpkin Hollow was named in 2014 as one of the country's coolest pumpkin patches by USA Today, and in 2018 it was named one of the top 15 pumpkin patches in the United States by the Travel Channel.