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 pumpkin, gourd, corn stalks and other fall decorations. Hayrides, pony rides, petting zoo, Kids’ Barn, pig scramble, Waterfall Pond, catfish feeding, hay play area, barrel train ride, Pig Pen Pedal Tractors, Friendly Forest, Hopalong Rodeo and much more. Pumpkin Hollow is also famous for Horror in the Hollow, its haunted attractions in October. The annual Forest of Fright (haunted woods walking trail), the annual Bubba’s Butcher Barn, and annual Mad Skull Mine are available 10 nights each September/October. Named in 2014 by USA Today as one of the country's coolest pumpkin patches.