Visit Moss Mountain Farm to experience daffodil hill, Arkansas’ best-kept secret! With over one million blooms this display will take your breath away.
Enjoy lunch from one of Allen’s personally selected recipes, and a tour of Allen’s private home and gardens, giving you a glimpse of his daily life at Moss Mountain Farm.
Gates will open 30 minutes prior to the tour. Tours start promptly at 10:00 a.m. You will not receive a digital or printed ticket as they are not needed for entry. Your name will be on a list at the registration area located near the restrooms and gift shop adjacent to the parking area.
Touring the grounds will be comprised of up to 2 miles of walking. Wear comfortable walking shoes. There is a lot of walking, but you can do as much or as little as you want. Also, wearing a hat and even sunscreen is suggested.
Yes, the Moss Mountain Farm Gift Shop is opened for our tour guests to shop unique selection of products curated by P. Allen Smith that includes books, giclées, seasonally-inspired gifts, soaps and lotions, honey and jams, and more!
Moss Mountain Farm is a working farm and is not pet-friendly. Please make appropriate arrangements for your companion animals.
We do not cancel for rain. Bring your umbrella and rubber boots!
Lunch is typically served around noon. If you have any food allergies, please let us know at the time of confirming your reservations and we will try to accommodate you.
Please note our lunch & tours are typically not kid-friendly unless clearly noted due to the subject of the event. All guests, regardless of age, must purchase a ticket.
Yes. The Cottage at Moss Mountain Farm is available for rentals. Click here to learn more about it and to check the availability.
In spring of 2023 we plan to have the Twin Gatehouse Cottages also available for rentals.
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Under Arkansas law, an agritourism activity operator is not liable for the injury or death of a participant in an agritourism activity resulting from the inherent risk of animals, weather, land conditions, and the potential for you as a participant to act in a negligent way that may contribute to your own injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in the agritourism activity.