Little Rock Area Agritourism

Little Rock Farmers Market

Experience farms and habitats

Little Rock and central Arkansas are home to a number of Arkansas agritourism attractions – from the Little Rock  Farmers' Market in the River Market District to canoe trips along the Fourche Creek.

There's something for everyone – museums, hands-on activities, and tours promoting the great outdoors and methods of moving to a greener society while emphasizing the resources of The Natural State.

Check out the capital of Arkansas agritourism at the Little Rock Farmers Market and enjoy other green outdoor activities here in the Arkansas capital city!

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Central Arkansas

An Enchanting Evening

29300 Hwy. 300, Little Rock / 501-330-2182
Web Address: www.AnEnchantingEvening.com
An Enchanting Evening is reviving the art of commercial wine making in Pulaski County, by being the first winery in over 70 years in the historic Little Italy community. The Wine Tasting Yurt is open to the public.
Central Arkansas

Arkansas Master Gardener Program

2301 South University Avenue, Little Rock / (501) 671-2000
Web Address: www.arhomeandgarden.org/master_gardener.htm
The Arkansas Master Gardener program maintains many public gardens in Pulaski County. The Old Mill and the restoration of the grounds at Park Hill Water Works in North Little Rock, and the formal gardens at the Old State House Museum and Curran Hall in Little Rock to name a few.
Southwest

Audubon Nature Center

4500 Springer Blvd., Little Rock
Web Address: ar.audubon.org/
The Audubon Nature Center is acreage surrounding city-owned Fourche Creek wetlands and the unique soils and plants of Granite Mountain in adjacent Gillam Park.
Downtown

Bernice Garden

1401 S. Main Street, Little Rock / 501-617-2511
Web Address: thebernicegarden.org/
Privately owned by Anita Davis and intended for public use, The Bernice Garden is located at the southeast corner of Daisy Bates Avenue and South Main Street in downtown Little Rock.
Central Arkansas

BoBrook Farms

13810 Combee Ln., Roland / 501-519-5666
Web Address: www.bobrookfarms.com
BoBrook is a working farm just west of Little Rock. We open our farm to visitors to pick your own fruits and vegetables in season.
Airport

Fourche Creek Wetlands

4500 Springer Blvd, Little Rock / 501-244-2229
Web Address: www.fourchecreek.org
One of the nation's largest urban wetlands, Fourche Creek drains 108,000 acres of Little Rock and surrounding areas.
River Market Dist.

Heifer International & Heifer Village

1 World Ave., Little Rock / 501-907-2697
Web Address: www.heifer.org
Heifer International is a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to ending world hunger and caring for the earth by providing livestock, trees, training and other resources to help struggling families around the globe.
River Market Dist.

Little Rock Farmers' Market

400 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock / 501-375-2552
Web Address: www.rivermarket.info
The Little Rock Farmers' Market has been a unique shopping experience since it opened in Downtown Little Rock in 1974.
Southwest

Motley’s Pumpkin Patch

13724 Sandy Ann Drive, Little Rock / 501-888-1129
Web Address: www.motleyspumpkinpatch.com/
Motley’s Pumpkin Patch is a unique farm that offers a fun learning experience to school aged groups and youth.
Central Arkansas

Plantation Agriculture Museum State Park

Plantation Agriculture Museum, Scott / 501-961-1409
Web Address: www.arkansasstateparks.com/plantationagriculturemuseum/
Interprets historic cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II, when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized; the museum depicts how cotton was grown, picked and processed.
Central Arkansas

River Bottom Winery at BoBrook Farms

13810 Combee Ln., Roland / 501-868-8860
Nestled on 235 acres near Pinnacle Mountain, just minutes from downtown Little Rock, BoBrook Farms provides the perfect country setting. The River Bottom Winery specializes in wines produced from fruits, berries, and grapes harvested from the farm.
Downtown

Rock Town Distillery

1216 E. 6th St., Little Rock / 501-907-5244
Web Address: www.rocktowndistillery.com
Take a tour of Arkansas' first distillery. As a craft distillery, Rock Town Distillery, within the first year and half of opening, has won several international awards. Tours held daily.
Central Arkansas

Scott Plantation Settlement

Scott Plantation Settlement, Scott / 501-351-5737
Web Address: www.scottconnections.org/
Exhibits and programs interpret the history of cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II, when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized.
West Little Rock

Two Rivers Park

County Farm Road, Little Rock / 501-371-4770
The 1000-acre park, located in West Little Rock, has many amenities including bike trails, walking trails, gardens, and abundance of wildlife, as well as the new pedestrian bridge that connects to the Arkansas River Trail.
River Market Dist.

William E. "Bill" Clark Presidentia...

1200 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock / 501-374-4242
Web Address: www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org
The William E. “Bill” Clark Presidential Park Wetlands are made up of 13 acres along the Arkansas River adjacent to the Clinton Library.
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