Sunflower Days   

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In the summer of 2022, we will be hosting our 5th annual Sunflower Days. 

Enjoy over 500,000 Sunflowers across 15 acres! The sunflowers are just a 2-minute walk from the back of our petting farm on our grass lane. Enjoy the beauty of our wildflower field next to the sunflowers too! All in all, many breathtaking sights await!
 
Admission includes strolling through the Sunflower field, access to our U-Cut flowers, and our 15-acre Petting Farm. The Sunflower field is a great photo background, so don't forget your camera! 
 
Note: we have ample parking available and offer handicap parking near the Sunflower field - just ask and follow the signs!

   Dates, Hours, and Admission   

Admission: $8.50 per person (Age 1 and under is free)

Cash and credit accepted at entrance building windows! No online tickets for this event!

*Last ticket sold one hour before closing* 

2022 Dates and Times:

Sunflower Days will be from July 21st through August 7th! After this range, the flowers will have passed their 'peak' bloom. However, you are welcome to continue to visit the flowers for at least the few days following the end of the event.

The sunflowers will be accessible during our regular farm hours 10 am to 5 pm

CLOSED TUESDAYS

Extended hours on Saturday Nights for photography (We will close at 8 pm)

Sweet Corn Roast - On the first weekend of Sunflower Days (the 23rd and 24th), we will be roasting our home-grown sweetcorn so bring an appetite! We hope this is a tradition to continue into the future, so we value your feedback and patience as we try something new! Corn will be available from 11 am to 5 pm.

As always, keep an eye out for our social media posts for the most current information!

   Special Note for Photographers   

Professional and amateur photographers are welcome during open hours, there are no private appointments. You and your clients must pay for admission. No reserving or holding a specific location in the field. No soliciting other guests. 

   Sunflower Days Photos