Dogwood Hills


| 7/7/2017 9:09:00 AM


Tags: guest farm, self-sufficient, hydroponic farming, cast iron cooking, buffalo ranch, cooking class,

farm sign 

I love living in these Arkansas Ozark Hills. We have many scenic drives and so much to see and do. I have lived here all of my life — 56 years so far — and I am still amazed at the beauty and variety of attractions within a stone's throw of my childhood home. I hope to share many of the wonders of my world with you from time to time.

One such wonder I just discovered is down scenic HWY 14, nestled in a beautiful hollow. Dogwood Hills Guest Farm is open for business and well worth the stay.

Welcome Sign

Owned and operated by Ruth, Thomas, and Grace Pepler, this unique place offers a lovely guest house for a variety of package stays, and hands-on experience of everyday farm life. Guests are free (but not required) to join the owners for daily chores, such as milk goats and cows, groom Pollywog (the mini horse), collect fresh eggs from the hens, feed the animals, and even check in on newborn animal babies as they arrive. Animals on the farm include cows, horses, goats, sheep, rabbits, chickens, ducks and, of course, dogs and cats. Hiking among the goats free-ranging in 40 acres of fenced-in wooded trails is also available.

Polliwog




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