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Pumpkin Hollow

Northeast Arkansas’s largest and original pumpkin patch festival includes something for all ages.  A corn maze, hayride, the Friendly Forest, corn bin, pedal tractors, barrel train, pond slide, rubber duck races, zipline, expansive Country Store, a “Runnin’ Scared” 5K Run/Walk, and a Country Bumpkin Playground provide plenty of farm-related entertainment to round out a full day of fun .More than 30 varieties of pumpkins and specialty squashes are grown and harvested annually, providing a spectacular array of fall color for visitors. In keeping with the farm’s dual goals of education and entertainment, the Kids’ Barn provides plenty of both. Through storytelling and interactive exhibits, children young and old can learn about farming ways both past and present, as well as getting to meet all the resident animals:  goats, sheep, calves, rabbits, and chickens. On the scarier side, there are three major professional farm-related haunted attractions that together are dubbed “Horror in the Hollow.” A  Zombie Paintball Patrol is among the most popular events. For more information or to reserve a group tour, contact the Daltons at 870-598-3568, visit the web, or e-mail ellen@pumpkinhollow.com.

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671 County Road 336, St. Francis, Arkansas