Before planning your trip to your local pumpkin patch, there is still time to check sunflowers off your fall bucket list. Many sunflower fields close by Labor Day in early September, so we've rounded up some of the best fields that are still in full bloom for you to enjoy with your friends and family.
1. Thompson Strawberry Farm in Bristol, Wisconsin
The sunflowers are only available through September so visit while you can! This is the first year the farm is hosting a pick your own flowers sunflower patch, and they will be charging $25 per car (up to six people). This will cover a dozen flowers with an extra $1 for any subsequent flowers. Stop by any day 10 am-7 pm before the season ends next month. Don't forget your clippers and a vase for the flowers...the farm will provide water for the drive home.
2. DeBuck's Sunflower Farm in Belleville, Michigan
This is the last week for Sunflower Spectacular before DeBuck's officially transforms into its annual corn maze and pumpkin patch. Click here to purchase your $8 ticket. U-pick flower prices range from $5 to $25, depending on how many you want to bring home. While you're here for one of the best sunflower fields in Michigan, make sure to grab an apple cinnamon donut and take a wagon ride around the beautiful property.
3. Robinson Family Farm in Temple, Texas
This family farm also offers its guests a corn maze, pumpkin patch, farm animals, live music and more family fun in addition to their beautiful sunflower field. Come visit weekends in October and click here for tickets. Flower prices will be $3 per bloom, which isn't included in the admission fee.
4. Coastal Ridge Farm in Picayune, Mississippi
For folks in Mississippi, a day trip to this stunning field is the perfect fall activity for the whole family. Be sure to keep tabs on their website to check when the farm will be welcoming guests for their fall season! Tickets will go on sale the day before opening which is estimated to be between now and mid-October. Tickets are required for everyone over 12 which will get you up to 10 stems. It's BYO clippers and buckets.
5. Peebles Farm and Corn Maze in Augusta, Arkansas
Talk about a lot of fall fun under one roof. This farm has a corn maze, u-pick pumpkin patch and cotton patch, a corn cannon, a barnyard full of pets, hayrides and a horse and wagon ride through the field of sunflowers. $10 admission gets you access to nearly everything including the sunflower field.
6. Sunflower Farm in Longmont, Colorado
This sunflower farm will be open through October. Reservations are required and will cost you $15 per person. Note, this isn't acres of sunflowers. They're planted ornamentally around the farm. Regardless they will still make for beautiful photos, and you'll get to visit all of the farm animals while you're there.
7. Sunflower Maze at The Inn Between Restaurant in Camillus, New York
Come for the fine dining at The Inn Between Restaurant, but take advantage of the beautiful flower fields right outside their doors.
8. Burnside Farms in Nokesville, Virginia
The Burnside Farms sunflower fields are expected to be ready for visitors in October. Be sure to check their website for updates on when the fall season will start.
9. Berry Hill UPick Farm in Berryton, Kansas
This Kansas farm is currently welcoming visitors to its sunflower field sunrise to sunset. There's no entry fee, but there is a yellow donation box if you'd like to contribute.
10. Lucky Ladd Farms in Eagleville, Tennessee
The summer sunflower season has ended, but it's estimated that the fall u-pick sunflowers will be available in mid-October. Make sure to check Lucky Ladd's website to plan accordingly. This is a perfect day trip for folks coming from Nashville, Franklin or Murfreesboro.