Come spend some time in the flower field…
This year, the first weekends of March, March 5 – 13, will welcome guests to the Wye Mountain Daffodil Festival. Seven acres of approximately 60 varieties of jonquils + daffodils are guaranteed to delight the senses. These bulbs traditionally bloom from early to mid spring. The festival, located on Wye Mountain – Highway 113 at the Wye Mountain United Methodist Church – began in 1978; making this its 44th year.
This beloved Arkansas festival is visited yearly by thousands with attendance growing each year with both first time visitors, repeat visitors and the generational families. Lots of wonderful memories have been made with family and friends at the Wye Mountain Daffodil Festival. Find your spot and relax in the field of flowers, take a tour of the historic and quaint rock church and make some memories. There are photo ops, arts & crafts, food vendors, music and daffodil bulbs available to purchase.
Admission and parking is free, church donations are accepted and appreciated. Donations support maintenance of the church and flower field as well as the church’s local ministries such as emergency food pantry and home safety repairs for the elderly and handicapped.