Bricks 4 Kidz is now enrolling for summer camps at our Fayetteville and Rogers locations. Enroll early for optimal savings!
We offer: Birthday parties, camps, classes, field trips, kid's night out, open play and event space rentals!
Parrot Island Waterpark is a tropical island oasis with over 370,000 gallons of outdoor splashing & sliding fun, including the region's only giant wave pool, four awesome twisting turning water slides, a relaxing lazy river, an activity pool and a themed children's aquatic play area. Waterpark amenities include cabana rentals, refreshment concessions & free deck chairs, lounge chairs, and water tubes. Located at Ben Geren Park with acres of additional recreational activities.
Silver Dollar City, Branson, Missouri, is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the country. Travel back in time to the simplicity of 1880s America, and enjoy the best in Branson entertainment plus a host of festivals and events.
Wild Things Farm offers a wonderful opportunity for guests to see a real working farm first-hand, with many different farm animals and a broad variety of field crops.
We are a 90 acre farm with fields of strawberries, sweet corn, pumpkins, animals and much more to see, located in Pocola, Oklahoma, only minutes from Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Call today to arrange for your group visit: (918) 626-4053.
Please be sure to leave both daytime and nighttime phone numbers-we usually work in the field during the day, and will have to confirm your reservations in the evening.
Fall harvest season is in late September and early November.
We offer school group tours by appointment only.
Call early to reserve your special day!
Your Fall Harvest Tour will include:
Hayride around the farm
Stop at the Barnyard to pet and feed the farm animals
(each child will get a portion of feed)
Trip to the Pumpkin Patch
(Each child will pick a small pumpkin to take home)
Chance to solve our Amazing Corn Maze (less)... Read more
The Arkansas Arts Center is an art museum with a children's theatre and a studio school. Founded in 1960, its mission is to ensure that learning, inspiration and creative expression in the arts flourish throughout Arkansas, for people of all ages and backgrounds. The AAC realizes this mission by developing, preserving and exhibiting its outstanding permanent collection, offering a rich variety of art from other collections and presenting programs for the education and cultural benefit of the public.
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