AROUND dogwood hills
While there is plenty to see and do at the farm, there are so many other adventurous things to do in the Ozark Mountains and Searcy County. All of these activities are within an hour from Dogwood Hills.
We encourage you to explore the area as it is truly spectacular.
OZARK FOLK CENTER
Visit The Ozark Folk Center to learn about the heritage of this area. There is much to do there including participating in pioneer craft, herb gardening and other workshops. Enjoy a meal at the Skillet Restaurant, and attend an American folk music show in the center's theater. The Ozark Folk Center also includes the General Store, SmokeHouse and Homespun Gifts shop.
With all that and more there, it is well worth the one hour drive from the Farmhouse. For more details including rates and hours, as well as to see what events are scheduled, visit ozarkfolkcenter.com.
Searcy County offers beautiful views and challenging terrain. Check out the Ozark Grinder trail and various events at https://searcycountyarkansas.org/attractions
BUFFALO RIVER CANOEING
LOCAL FARMER'S MARKET
You will find affordable, fresh, local homegrown produce, as well as farm products and crafts also regionally-made, at our local Farmers Market. It is located in Marshall. Tuesdays 9-12 and Fridays 3-6 For more information go to:
GOOD LOCAL EATIN'
Farm to Table:
Staying on the farm gives you the exclusive opportunity to dine right here. Family style or fine dining, you won't be disappointed. Our kitchen is gluten free but you would be hard pressed to tell the difference from grass fed local meats to hand rolled pasta and pastry.
Ryan's Main Street Grill: www.facebook.com/ryansmainstreetgrill/
Black Sheep Joe's:
We recommend you start off your Buffalo River canoe trip at Crockett's Country Store & Buffalo River Canoe Rental, 10 minutes away from Dogwood Hills Farm. The owners, Creed & Amanda Crockett, offer friendly service, a true country store experience, groceries, and pre-made meals.
Another local store is Wild Bill's Outfitters offering canoe rentals, groceries, maps, camping supplies, etc.
Making a reservation may be required. To help plan your canoe trip, make sure to visit the following sites:
Kenda Drive-In has been operating since April 1965. It is a real old fashioned treat to watch a movie under the stars! Bring a blanket, camp chairs, and an appetite, Kenda offers great family fun with a full concession stand including burgers, hot dogs, buttered popcorn, and more. Sit back and enjoy the show!
Arkansas Quilt Trail
Our farm is the first in Searcy County to display one of the 20+ barn quilts as part of the arkansasquilttrails.com.