The Farm in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is not actually a farm. It’s a beloved outdoor destination for many, and it’s something a little different to everyone. For campers in the Ozarks, it’s an often peaceful (sometimes rockin’) place to sleep outside.

For three days in November, it’s the setting for Spaceberry Music Festival, where campers and concert goers get groovy to jam bands, peruse arts and crafts, munch of local food, and gaze up at fireworks. For the rest of the year, it’s the place to go for a challenging 18-hole disc golf course and year-round camping.

What You Get With Camping Reservations at The Farm

The Farm Campground and Events is 160-acres of rolling Ozark hills, nestled against the Mark Twain National Forest. Tent and RV campers enjoy shady sites; 26 campsites feature water and electric hookups and the rest is primitive camping—you can pitch your tent just about anywhere on the property.

Campers also have access to a bathroom and shower house with hot water, a general store for snacks and last minute camping supplies, 3 miles of on-site hiking and biking trails, and The Farm’s famous 18-hole disc golf course.

To fill your days, choose to enjoy the property or head into the surrounding Ozark wilderness where you’ll find fishing and boating on Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, and the White River, all within 5 miles of The Farm.

Primitive camping is $10/night and full hookup sites are $20/night for two people. Additional guests are $10/each and using the disc golf course is an additional $5.

“The Farm has such an amazing, widespread, and comfortable atmosphere that you’ll never want to leave. In the morning you’ll be deep in the seas of fog, and at night you’ll be dazed by wide views of the stars.” — The Dyrt camper Jon W.

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Britany Robinson

Britany Robinson

Britany is the Managing Editor of The Dyrt. She's been a writer ever since she can remember, and her first literary accomplishment was having a poem about a panda published when she was eight. The anthology was definitely a scam to get her parents to buy a bunch of anthologies, but she's still pretty proud of her panda poem. When she's not at her computer, she's (hopefully) outside, hiking or camping with her dog.