Fall Festivals Around the Ark-La-Tex
As more fall like weather slowly moves into the area, there's plenty for folks to do.
Nashville City Park - Nashville, Arkansas
This festival is for those 55 and older and features music, entertainment, food and recreation. There will also be a fishing derby, bingo and door prizes. For more information, email Nikki Cherry.
Sevier County Museum Complex - De Queen, Arkansas
Two days of live music, crafts, food booths, demonstrations and more. There will be an antique car show on Saturday as well as an antique tractor show.
Wright City, Oklahoma
Food, games, arts & crafts, entertainment and events throughout the day. Events include a 5k run, boat race, pony rides, quilt show and more. For more information call 580-981-7013 or 580-981-7071.
Texarkana Moose Lodge
There will be a car show, barbecue cook-off, games, costume contest, stein contest and food. For more information call 903-832-6265 after 3 p.m. or 903-733-6772.
Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murphreesboro
Beginning at 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 13th, Crater of Diamonds State Park will be hosting a family-friendly Fall Festival! The cost is just $3 per person, which pays for a wrist ticket that is used for admission to games, entertainment, and an evening hayride. Attractions will include local crafts, food, an 18’ inflatable slide, obstacle course, bungee run, hoops challenge, dunking booth, and more! For more information, contact Crater of Diamonds State Park at 870-285-3113!
Harris Field @ Liberty Eylau High School
This annual festival at Liberty Eylau High School features over 70 booths with food, games, arts and crafts and more. Admission is free. Call the administration office at 903-838-1535 for more information or to reserve a booth.
Bring the kids to Central Mall on Halloween for trick-or-treating and a costume contest. Registration begins at 4 p.m. at Center Court.
First Baptist - Moore's Lane
Food, candy, fun, games, bounce houses, train & hay rides, face painting and more. No scary costumes please.
Downtown Bloomburg, Texas
The "biggest little fair in Texas" is held on the first Saturday in November each year in Bloomburg, Texas to support the Bloomburg Volunteer Fire Department. There will be plenty for people of all ages to do. Food booths, arts & crafts, inflatables, rock climbing walls and live music all throughout the day.
Beavers Bend State Park - Broken Bow, Oklahoma
Live music, demonstrations, arts, crafts, food vendors and more. This three day festival has something for everyone!