Research & Resources

Agritourism vacations in Arkansas combine outdoor recreation, education and often some fresh produce to take home! Arkansas farmers grow all types of crops for personal and commercial consumption — from vegetable plots to fruit orchards to livestock ranches. Learn about agritourism activities, destinations and other related aspects of agritourism vacations around the state through the links below.

Whether you’re looking to embark on a family agritourism vacation, take a farm tour, learn about the history and environmental impact of farming in Arkansas or start offering agritourism activities on your grounds, this is a great place to start. Browse the links below to view helpful websites and contact these knowledgeable resources.

Agricultural Research Centers

Dale Bumpers National Rice Research Center
Stuttgart • 870-672-9300 •

Dale Bumpers Small Farms Research Center
Booneville • 479-675-3834 •

Harry K. Dupree Stuttgart National Aquaculture Research Center
Stuttgart • 870-673-4483 •

Arkansas Forest Resources Center
Monticello • 870-460-1052 •

University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture
Stuttgart • 870-673-2661 •

University of Arkansas Northeast Research and Extension Center
Keiser • 870-526-2199 •

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
Pine Bluff • 870-575-8141 •

University of Arkansas Rice Research and Extension Center
Stuttgart (near Almyra) • 870-673-2661 •

University of Arkansas Southwest Research and Extension
Hope • 870-777-9702 •


Arkansas Agriculture Department
501-683-4851 •

Arkansas Farm Bureau

Arkansas Forestry Association
501-374-2441 •

Arkansas Forests Forever Kid's Page

National Agricultural Law Center
479-575-7646 •

University of Arkansas Winthrop Rockefeller Institute
501-727-5435 •

Visit our main Agritourism page to find agriculture-based tourism destinations perfect for those who love food, farms and travel. Plan a farm tour, farmers market visit or a grand road trip of Arkansas’s most agricultural areas.