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Where to Find Sunflower Fields Around the World!

Where to Find Sunflower Fields Around the World!

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Updated: 9/9/2021 | Where to Find Sunflower Fields

We love visiting places and searching for sunflower fields. My Vietnamese name is Huong Duong, which means Sunflower in Vietnamese. FInding sunflower fields is one of my favorite travel activities. It typically gets me off the beaten path and who doesn’t LOVE sunflowers!

Below is my bucket list of sunflower fields to visit while traveling all over the world. I hope this list inspires you to get out and smell the sunflowers too!

Destinations with Sunflower Fields

I organized my list of sunflower fields by country. Click on the country below to get to the list of sunflower fields in that destination.


The Sunflower Farm in Beaverton, Ontario is owned and operated by Ursula, the Sunflower Farmer!


We found sunflower fields along highway N258-1, just south of Cuba, Portugal. The highway connects the towns of Cuba and São Matias in the Beja District, Alentejo Region of Portugal. The fields were huge and lined the highway on both sides. You can safely turn onto the edge of the fields without blocking traffic to explore the fields.

The highway is best reached by car. The drive is about 2 hours from Lisbon and 2 hours from Lagos.

The best time to visit the fields is between mid-July to mid-September when many fields are in bloom. It’s definitely worth a visit if you’re driving in this area during those months.



There are sunflowers EVERYWHERE in Cappadocia, Turkey. As soon as you get out of the airport and start heading to the towns of Goreme or Urgup, you’ll see sunflowers lining up the sides of the road. The fields are small and appear to be growing wild. I did not see a large field when I visited Cappadocia.

Related: Best Cappadocia Travel Guide + Recommendations

United States of America (USA)

You can find sunflower fields in the following states. Click to see the list of farms with sunflower fields.

  1. Alabama
  2. Arkansas
  3. California
  4. Colorado
  5. Connecticut
  6. Florida
  7. Georgia
  8. Hawaii
  9. Idaho
  10. Illinois
  11. Indiana
  12. Iowa
  13. Kansas
  14. Kentucky
  15. Louisiana
  16. Maryland
  17. Michigan
  18. Minnesota
  19. Mississippi
  20. Missouri
  21. Nebraska
  22. Nevada
  23. New Hampshire
  24. New Jersey
  25. New York
  26. Ohio
  27. Pennsylvania
  28. South Carolina
  29. Tennessee
  30. Texas
  31. Utah
  32. Vermont
  33. Virginia
  34. Washington
  35. Wisconsin


The Sunflower Field in Autaugaville, Alabama

This enormous sunflower field became an internet sensation a couple of years ago – thanks to their phenomenal aerial video that went viral. The farm is privately owned by owner Todd Sheridan.

The field is located at the intersection of Highway 14 and Highway 33 in Autaugaville, Alabama. Visitors should note that picking flowers is not allowed, but admiring the field and taking photos is highly encouraged.


Peebles Farm and Corn Maze in Augusta, Arkansas

Come for the sunflowers, stay for the corn maze. And tractor train. And horse-drawn wagon rides. And…


Field Of Sunflowers in Dixon, California

Is there anything more iconic than Dixon’s Field of Sunflowers that sprawls for miles and miles? One look at these gorgeous blooms will absolutely make you smile from ear to ear. It will make you want to just lie in the middle of it and soak upon its surrounding splendor.

Make sure you capture the golden hour during sunrise or sunset for the best photo of your life.

Hana Field in Costa Mesa, California

Run by the folks who own the popular Tanaka Farms in Irvine, this offshoot offers pick-your-own sunflowers, as well as U-Pick zinnias and snapdragons. General admission is $5 per person, and for an additional $20 you can purchase a Hana Field Keepsake Flower Cup to fill with 15 flowers you pick yourself.


Sunflower Farm in Longmont, Colorado

While you won’t find miles and miles of sunflowers at the Longmont, Colorado, Sunflower Farm, you will find several sunflower patches to behold, along with a variety of other kid-friendly farm activities and plenty of farm animals to see.


Buttonwood Farm in Griswold, Connecticut

Griswold City’s Buttonwood Farm has been considered as the sunflower capital of Connecticut. The 13-acre stretch of striking sunflowers is not only for your eyes’ pleasure but over the past thirteen growing seasons, the farm has donated over a million dollars to the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Connecticut.

Not only that, but the expired blooms were used in feeding the cows.

Sunflower Fields & Farms in Florida

The Berry Farm in Miami, Florida

When you think sunflowers you might not think the greater Miami area, but thanks to all that south Florida sunshine and warm temperatures. The Berry Farm is able to grow them year-round. (Please note, however, that the farm is closed to the public until September.) There is a minimal entry fee to access the sunflower field, but if you would like to take a bouquet home you’ll have to pay extra.

Southern Hill Farms in Clermont, Florida

This 120-acre farm includes a glorious sea of sunflowers. And during weekends in October, Southern Hill Farms host a family-friendly Fall Festival where you can enjoy fragrant, fresh-cut sunflowers.

The farm also grows other types of crops; this includes strawberries, peaches, blueberries, and zinnias.

Sweet Fields Farms in Brooksville, Florida

Though the farm grounds are currently closed this year as they will be harvesting, they will once again accept guests this spring. Sweet Fields Farms boasts growing its crops organically – such as eggplants, berries, zucchini, among others – for more than eleven years.

HarvestMoon Farm in Masaryktown, Florida

During the summer season, HarvestMoon Farm offers a u-pick sunflower maze attraction that stretches to five-acre. There are also kid-friendly activities such as pony rides, slides, giant jumping pillow, among others.

Hunsader Farms in Bradenton, Florida

The Hunsader Farms in the city of Bradenton is only open every spring. Still, it offers several activities for your family to enjoy in the picnic area, zoo, playground, and farmer’s market. Take your kids on the Hunsader Farms field trip to learn about farm life and how to grow vegetables.

Jimmy Mc’s Sunflower Farm in Spring Hill, Florida

Sit back and relax while you marvel at the beauty of Jimmy Mc’s Sunflower Farm. And to make sure you are well entertained, the farm also holds games and tournaments on their grounds. The kids will also enjoy all kinds of domestic animals they can interact with.

Head there during the spring season, and you’ll also get to enjoy strawberry U-pick season.

Mick Farms in Saint Cloud, Florida

The farm’s 32-acre sunflower field in Mick Farms will never fail to impress you. In addition to that, this family-owned farm prides itself on its capacity to deliver and harvest fresh farm produce every day – this includes strawberries, kales, pepper, lettuce, oranges, and so much more. Just don’t forget to contact them and ask what’s in season.

Graham’s U-Pick Farm in Umatilla, Florida

Operated by Graham’s family, it all started as an orange farm for over a century before it expanded into growing of peaches, sunflowers, and other blooms. In addition to that, there are also a number of gorgeous and vast grounds on the farm where gatherings such as weddings and photoshoots can be held.

The farm also partners with local photographers, so you no longer have to worry if you want some photoshoot sessions.

Stanley Pond Adventure in Astatula, Florida

The 25-acre Stanley Pond Adventure is both for kids and adults alike! There are incredible fun zones for youngsters, such as a jumping pillow, barnyard ball, trike racing, and splash pad. While adults can take pleasure in enjoying catch-and-release fishing (but you will have to bring your own fishing pole and bait) and taking photos. It’s also the best place to hold parties and special events.

If you want to pick some sunflowers on the farm, the entry prices come with a free vase. Isn’t that amazing?

Sledd’s U-Pick Farm, Mims, Florida

The Sledd’s U-Pick Farm has been famous for its fresh strawberries, but more locals began paying attention when they started growing sunflowers. You will absolutely have fun exploring and getting lost in the farm’s flower maze. Since this is a U-Pick farm, you will have to bring your own clippers or scissors.

The gorgeous sunflowers are grown all through the year, along with other crops such as eggplants, squash, okra, and zucchini.


The Anderson Sunflower Farm in Cumming, Georgia

Head to the Anderson Sunflower Farm in Cumming, Georgia for a day of outdoor fun. This pet-friendly destination is the perfect place to bring your pup for a picnic. While you’re there, you can purchase freshly picked flowers, local honey, and other fresh treats.

Copper Creek Farm in Calhoun, Georgia

Hayrack ride, juvenile pigs racing against each other, a petting zoo – your kids will definitely enjoy the family-friendly Copper Creek Farm. The best time to visit the farm is during the annual Sunflower Festival that usually begins from June through July.

Fausett Farms Sunflowers in Dawsonville, Georgia

This farm in Georgia started as poultry six decades ago. But in 2011, the 13 acres of sunflowers have been added, and it’s nothing but stunning.

In addition to that, Fausett Farms Sunflowers also offers mule-drawn wagon rides. And for just a fee of $10, you can bring your horse with you and enjoy a day of riding on the farm’s horse trails. Make sure to give their BBQ sandwiches and local honey a try too!

Open since 1858, this Georgia farm has plenty of family-owned charm and tradition to go around. After 60 years of poultry farming ended in 2011, the 13 acres of sunflowers are a more recent addition, but no less striking. On top of the main attraction, the farm offers mule-drawn wagon rides, BBQ sandwiches, local honey, and more. And for a $10 fee, you can bring your own horse and spend the day riding on the horse trails. The farm is scheduled to open in September this year, when the sunflowers should be in full bloom.


DuPont Pioneer’s Waialua Sunflower Farm in Oahu, Hawaii

If you find yourself on a dreamy Hawaiian vacation, be sure to check out this DuPont Pioneer’s Waialua Sunflower Farm, a free attraction located on the North shore of Oahu, Hawaii. With several parking lots right next to the 20-acre field, this is a fun place to stop by and visit in November when the flowers peak. Parking will cost you $5, but you can feel good knowing all the money is donated to local schools.


Wild Adventure Corn Maze in Idaho Falls, Idaho

Sure, Wild Adventure Corn Maze offers loads of fun for the whole family, including a 13-acre corn maze with six miles of trails, as well as a zipline, bungee trampoline, and rock wall. But with more than nine acres of 25-some varieties of sunflowers to wander, the attraction’s best adventure might be its posy patch.


L&A Family Farms in Paris, Illinois

The sunflower maze at L&A Family Farms is a must-see if you’re in the Paris, Illinois, area in August. Stop by to make your way through the attraction, or take a walk around the outskirts if you want to skip the maze portion. And while you’re there, you can pick up fresh produce or venture through one of the farm’s nature trails.

Matthiessen State Park in Utica, Illinois

You can’t pick the sunflowers in Matthiessen State Park, but with roughly 60 acres planted each year, just the memories of them should be enough to bring you joy. The flowers begin blooming in July, and usually last until around Labor Day. While you’re in the 1,629 acre park, be sure to keep an eye out for its famously lovely rock formations.

Von Bergen’s Country Market in Hebron, Illinois

Come every July, Von Bergen’s Country Market hosts their annual Sunflower Festival, offering more than 30 acres of the big-headed blossoms, which bloom through early fall. There are five mazes planted with black oil sunflower seed on the farm, as well as other fields growing about 25 different varieties of specialty sunflowers. Adult admission begins at $8 Monday through Thursday.


Thistleberry Farm in South Bend, Indiana

With plenty of exciting activities like a corn maze, super slide, and jumping pillows, Thistleberry Farm is a favorite for families with kiddos. But folks also come from all around the country to see the stunning sunflower field, which usually blooms in July, and again in September. Admission to the field is $7 per person.


Ditmars Orchard and Vineyard in Council Bluffs, Iowa


Beginning in early July and running through the first frost, Ditmars Orchard and Vineyard dishes up U-Pick sunflowers in more than a dozen varieties. Prices run $2.50 a stem or 5 for $10. Other family-friendly activities on the farm include a playground, corn maze, goat petting, and much more.


Grinter Farms in Lawrence, Kansas

This list would never be complete without Kansas’ Grinter Farm, which boasts a 40-acre sunflower field. And the best part is that admission is totally free!

According to the farm operator, they originally intended to use the sunflowers for birdseed, not a bustling tourist destination. But seeing the smiles on their visitor’s faces, they decided to keep an open-door policy – all they are asking for is the on-your-honor donation for every sunflower you pick.

Lyndon Leader 4H Sunflowers in Lyndon, Kansas

Organized and managed by the local Lyndon Leaders 4H Club, this sunflower field in Lyndon, Kansas, is open to visitors for photos and flower picking. Donations are accepted on site and are often donated to local charities, making this attraction well worth the visit.


Evans Orchard in Georgetown, Kentucky

Sunflower bloom time at Evans Orchard should range through all of August so you have plenty of time to plan your adventure in the fields. Entry is $12 for adults and $8 for children, with an additional $2 charged per cut flower. Kids will get a kick out of the orchard’s play area, with jumping pillows, a pedal cart track, a petting zoo, and more for $8 admission for kids and $5 for adults.


Sunflower Trail in Shreveport, Louisiana

Sunflower fans will want to make their way to Louisiana sometime from June through early August and head down The Sunflower Trail, which follows Highway 3049 North from Shreveport to Gilliam. You’ll see everything from small patches planted by locals to large agricultural fields lining the road for miles. Don’t miss Gilliam’s Sunflower Trail and Festival the third Saturday in June.

Sunflower Fields & Farms in Maryland

McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area in Poolesville, Maryland

The 30-acre sunflower field was originally planted for the local wildlife and not as a tourist attraction, but it’s still one of the most gorgeous views you can revel in. Guests are welcome to park at no cost and take photos in the fields, but picking flowers is strictly prohibited.

Rocky Gap State Park in Flintstone, Maryland

Picking is off-limits but photography isn’t in this sunflower field tucked away within the bucolic confines of Rocky Gap State Park. However, shutterbugs should keep in mind they are are only allowed inside the field on specially designated days, with permits. The blooms at Rocky Gap should peak mid-August through September.

Rocky Point Creamery in Tuscarora, Maryland

Rocky Point Creamery is a family-owned dairy farm that was established in 1883, and every year, they plant two acres of sunflowers as a fundraiser for Comprehensive Cancer Center at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Donations can be made as you enter the field or at the register while cutting flowers worth a dollar each – 100% of donations go directly to St. Jude’s. THey have over 80 flavors!



Colby Farm in Newbury, Massachusetts

Make sure to save the date! As early as now, Coppal House Farm is already planning for the 2021 Sunflower Festival that takes place on the last day of July and stretches through the first week of August.

The farm has announced that they’ve planted a one-acre field of ornamental sunflowers that they have named “Variety Garden.” This is different from the oilseed sunflower field that they used to have. The varieties of ornamental sunflower actually branch out and endlessly produce new blooms you can revel in all through the month of August.



Zilke Vegetable Farm in Milan, Michigan

The 32-acre Zilke Vegetable Farm in Milan, Michigan, hosts an annual sunflower festival in August (grab tickets online!) and even farm-to-table dinners and kids’ days among the lush landscape.


Treasured Haven Farm in Rush City, Minnesota

With as many as 20 acres planted with sunflowers, Treasured Haven Farm would be a must for bloom lovers even without fun additions like a sunflower craft shop and nature trails. Peak times for the flowers are predicted to run through August.

The Wish Upon a Sunflower Fields in Cold Spring, Minnesota

Any trip to The Wish Upon a Sunflower Fields feels like a wish comes true! Not only will you enjoy the stunning view, but your entry fee will also help Minnesota’s Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Any trip to your local sunflower field is guaranteed to be fun, but you can feel extra good about your venture to this sunflower attraction and charity. Stop by the Wish Upon a Sunflower Fields at this Cold Spring, Minnesota, farm and your donation in exchange for entry will given to the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Minnesota.


Coastal Ridge Farm in Picayune, Mississippi

Coastal Ridge Farm in Picayune, Mississippi, offers an annual U-pick in their beautiful sunflower fields. Visit for family photo ops or even a picnic. Don’t forget to bring a bucket for your 10 blooms! Buy tickets online in advance.


Columbia Bottom Conservation Area in St. Louis, Missouri

A whopping 4,318 acres of conservation lands boast stunning views of the meeting place between the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers—and the fields full of sunflowers are just the icing on the cake.


Nelson Produce Farms in Valley, Nebraska

Now in its third year, Nelson Produce Farms’ Sunflower Festival will run for three weeks from the end of August through the week after Labor Day. Some 75,000 sunflowers will grace the farm’s south side, on three terraces overlooking the beautiful Elkhorn River.


Ferrari Farms in Reno, Nevada

Founded in 1912, Ferrari Farms is a family-owned establishment located along the lovely Truckee River. Originally known for it’s pumpkin patch, the farm first offered a U-Pick sunflower field in 2017. Nowadays, “The Summer of Sunflowers” includes more than 20 varieties, which reach maturity in late July and August.

New Hampshire

Coppal House Farm in Lee, New Hampshire

Make sure to save the date! As early as now, Coppal House Farm is already planning for the 2021 Sunflower Festival that takes place on the last day of July and stretches through the first week of August.

The farm has announced that they’ve planted a one-acre field of ornamental sunflowers that they have named “Variety Garden.” This is different from the oilseed sunflower field that they used to have. The varieties of ornamental sunflower actually branch out and endlessly produce new blooms you can revel in all through the month of August.

New Jersey

The Sussex County Sunflower Maze in Sandyston, New Jersey

Through August and September, The Sussex County Sunflower Maze grows more than 1.5 million sunflowers, making it the biggest sunflower destination in New Jersey. It also offers outdoor activities, such as build-your-own scarecrow and scavenger hunts.

Every August and September, the Liberty Farm grows over 1.5 million sunflowers in their Sandyston, New Jersey, field, making it the state’s largest sunflower destination. Head to the Sussex County Sunflower Maze for a day of outdoor activities, like scavenger hunts and build-your-own scarecrow, or take advantage of their U-pick field.

Sunflower Fields & Farms in New York

Frederick Farms in Clifton Springs, New York

The best thing about Frederick Farms is that you can marvel at the sunflower fields’ beauty while taking one of the farm’s daily hayrides. This will be available every time the blooms get into their peak – which typically occurs in the middle of August.

Once your adventure is done, you can purchase freshly pressed sunflower oil and seeds or take a look at the various farm animals in the area.

Pindar Vineyards in Peconic, New York

If good wine and sunflowers are two of your favorite things, then this one’s for you – the Pindar Vineyards offers two of the best things in the world.

The iconic Pindar Sunflower field – they’ve been planting for more than twenty-five years – will be in bloom through mid-August. This will provide the perfect backdrop for your photos while posing with a glass of wine as your prop.

Sunflower Maze at The Inn Between Restaurant in Camillus, New York

The Sunflower Maze can be found just right beside The Inn Between Restaurant in New York’s upstate – and they’re just ready to be appreciated. The restaurant grows 75-acre of bright sunflowers annually, where they harvest sunflower oils and seeds – but guests can marvel at the glorious blooms and enjoy in the maze before they are collected by early fall.

North Carolina

The Sunflower Fields at Neuse River Greenway Trail in Raleigh, North Carolina

Anyone can walk, run, or ride their bike along this public, sunflower-lined trail in Raleigh, North Carolina. Just be sure to bring your camera because you’ll definitely want to take a few snaps of the 50-acre flower field as you pass by.


Woodstock Inn & Resort in Woodstock, Vermont

In August and September, guests at Woodstock Inn & Resort can expect to see thousands of gorgeous blooming sunflowers at the nearby Billings Farm & Museum. There, just a half-mile walk from the hotel, Master Gardener Benjamin Pauly has created the first annual Sunflower House, a series of five artful, sunflower-filled “rooms” and hallways that you and your family can explore together.


Burnside Farms in Nokesville, Virginia

Here you will find rows and rows of bright sunflowers in thirty different varieties in the middle of the sunflower maze and massive fields. Head to the Burnside Farms early in the morning, and you can pick the best blooms that will make every room in your home as lively as ever; every stem costs $1.50.

Between the sunflower maze and enormous fields containing 30 different sunflower varieties, there so much to see at the Burnside Farms in Nokesville, Virginia. Head there early in the day to pick the best blooms ($1.50 per stem), which you can then take home to style into beautiful arrangements.

The Homestead Farm in Winchester, Virginia

If you happen to be cruising down Highway 522 north in Winchester, Virginia be sure to keep an eye out for three acres of sunflower fields blooming from September through October. Planted by The Homestead Farm at Fruit Hill Orchard, they’re free to enter, but if you’d like to build your own bouquet the flowers are $1 a stem. Coming up on September 25, the farm will host its annual Sunflower Festival.

Hydeout Bed and Breakfast in Highmore, South Dakota

Typically ranked first or second in the country for sunflower production, South Dakota can claim thousands of acres of the cheery plant in the central and western parts of the state. They’re private fields, however—so if you want to do more than look from the side of the road, opt for a sunflower tour with Hydeout Bed and Breakfast.


Maria’s Sunflower Field of Hope in Avon, Ohio

First planted in 2014 to focus attention on childhood cancer, Maria’s Sunflower Field of Hope in Avon, Ohio blooms in September for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. A second location, Maria’s Sunflower Field of Hope next to Cedar Point, blooms in August. Both are free to enter, but donations, which go toward finding a cure for childhood brain cancer, are accepted.

Whitehall Farm in Yellow Springs, Ohio

This privately owned farm boasts 400,000 sunflowers and it’s just breathtaking. But just a note to all guests, you will have to leave the blooms in place – the sunflowers are not for picking.

This breathtaking field of 400,000 sunflowers in Yellow Springs, Ohio, is privately owned, but is now open to the public all thanks to the Whitehall Farm and the Tecumseh Land Trust. Anyone can visit, though you’ll want to be sure to park in the designated areas (not on the side of the road) and leave the flowers in place (these beauties aren’t for picking).



Maple Lawn Farms in New Park, Pennsylvania

Billed as the largest, most diverse pick-your-own sunflower patch east of the Mississippi River, Maple Lawn Farms’ Sunflower Festival is a must-see. The festival is returning for the fifth year during weekends beginning August 6 through August 22. In addition to wagon rides out to the 10 acres bursting with 50 sunflower varieties, the event will also feature food trucks and live music. Tickets begin at $10 for adults.

Please Wash Me Car Wash in Elverson, Pennsylvania

Try Googling the phrase “please wash me car wash,” and the first photo you will find will not be a car wash but instead of a sunflower field.

When the owner of Please Wash Me Carwash observed how the corn stalks blocked his business view from the road, he started planting an acre patch of sunflowers, trying to draw some customers – much to his surprise, it was an effective strategy.

But due to the new normal, the field is a bit smaller than usual, so the management is asking for visitors to remain in their cars if possible.

South Carolina

Strawberry Hill USA in Spartanburg, South Carolina

Family-owned and operated since 1947, Strawberry Hill USA will host its second annual U-Pick Sunflower Experience in September, complete with a wagon ride out to the field. Once you’ve wrapped up your sunflower expedition, make sure you visit Strawberry Hill’s renowned on-site cafe for freshly made ice cream.


Smith-Perry Berries in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Two farmer friends started Smith-Perry Berries Farm in 2017 with the goal of coaxing people to the country and giving them reasons to smile. While their sunflower season is just for a couple short weeks in July, it’s well worth a visit if you live nearby.


Wild Berry Farm in Sadler, Texas

There’s more to see at this gorgeous farm than just sunflowers—though those alone are worth the trip. U-pick berries and a fun Farm Café make it worth the trip nearly year-round.


Green Acres Dairy in Ogden, Utah

The Utah Sunflower Festival more than lives up to its name with three football fields of sunflowers blooming late August through early September at Green Acres Dairy. Admission is $15 for adults and $8 for youth and includes a live cut sunflower. Bring your own professional photographer for an hour-long special session for an additional $75.

Sunflower Fields & Farms in Washington State

Listed below are some of the sunflower fields in the State of Washington. Sunflowers bloom here typically in late summer to early fall (July through September).

Birch Bay Home Farm Sunflower Festival

Sunflower Festival at Birch Bay Home Farm features two acres of sunflowers and over 12 varieties plus other flowers, berries, and cornfields for strolling and u-pick. When: August.

Birch Bay Home Farm Sunflower Festival is not on their event calendar in 2021, however, the farm stand and u-pick is open.

Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm Sunflower Experience in Snohomish

Sunflower Experience at Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm features 12-acres of sunflowers in bloom, largest u-pick Sunflower patch in the state of Washington with 37 varieties of sunflowers. When: August.

2021 Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm Sunflower Experience happens Aug 14 – Sept 17, 2021. Advance ticket required.

Schilter Family Farm Sunflower Experience in Olympia

Sunflower Experience at Schilter Family Farm features 5-acres of beautiful sunflowers. Includes a wagon ride out to sunflower field, photo props set up, and one u-cut bloom to take home (or pre-purchase a bucket of these gorgeous summer flowers).

2021 Schilter Family Farm Sunflower Experience happens weekends 9/10-9/19. Advance ticket required.

Sterino Farms u-cut sunflowers in Puyallup

Jack’s U-cut sunflower field at Sterino Farms does not list any dates for 2021.

More info about Sterino Farms:

Stocker Sunflower Festival in Snohomish

Washington State Sunflower Festival at Stocker Farms. Features a self-guided tour through the farm’s sunflower fields with plenty of photo ops and u-pick flowers. When: September.

2021 Stocker Sunflower Festival dates are still TBA as of August 12. Advance ticket required.

Sunflower Festival at Maris Farms in Buckley

Sunflower Festival at Maris Farms. Their first-ever sunflower festival! Features fields of brilliantly colored sunflowers for u-pick.

2021 Maris Farms Sunflower Festival happens weekends August 14 – September 19. Advance ticket required.

Thomas Farm Sunflower Festival in Snohomish

Sunflowers in Snohomish Festival at Thomas Family Farm. Features 8 acres of sunflowers in a variety of colors, u-pick fields (weekdays only), and self-guided tours. When: August.

2021 Thomas Farm Sunflower Festival happens weekends August 16 – Sept 2. Advance ticket required.


Babbette’s Seeds of Hope in Eau Claire, Wisconsin

The Babbette’s Seeds of Hope Sunflower Maze aims to support cancer patients going through cancer treatments and hospitals’ cancer research – in honor of the farmer’s wife Babbette, who died in 2014 due to the disease. So even though you can walk through the fields, take pictures and even bring home fresh blooms from the picking patch for free, it’s highly recommended to make some donation.

Lannon Sunflower Farm in Lannon, Wisconsin

Look for Lannon Sunflower Farm to feature eight exceptional acres of sunflowers this summer, lasting well into September. Admission is $20 per vehicle, which includes 12 U-Pick flowers. A corn maze and pick-your-own summer pumpkins and fall raspberries are open for additional charges.

Thompson Strawberry Farm in Bristol, Wisconsin

Thompson Strawberry Farm has been around for more than seven decades already, growing strawberries for everyone to enjoy. But with the series of unfortunate events that happened in 2020, the Thompson family knew that people across the country needed extra reasons to smile about – so the 22-acre sunflower field followed! It offers over two million blooms that will fill your eyes and heart.

The Thompson Family has grown strawberries in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, for more than 70 years. But with all that’s happened in 2020, current owner Scott Thompson and his family decided their community needed something extra to smile about. 22 acres of sunflowers and more than 2 million blooms followed, with plenty of space to spread out and social distance. Families can visit Thompson Strawberry Farm to pick-their-own for $25 per car.

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