Some of you may be wondering, “Is there really something for everyone to do here?” YES, there is!
We offer a wide rang of activities to participate in when visiting the festival. Our major attraction are the sunflowers, but there is so much more to see and do!
We have a variety of photo booths set up around the flower fields for you to stop and take photos with. The most popular is our “LOVE” sign. Make sure you stop by and snap a shot with it! Other photo opps include benches, doors, caterpillars, milk pails and a few new ones this year.
Face painting is always popular with the younger children. Be sure to swing by the booth and have your childs face painted ($1.00 charge) while supporting local community groups from the area.
In addition to the 15 acres of flowers that you can take photos with there is a separate 5 acre patch that has a wagon ride. This is the highest point on the farm so the view from the top is always stunning. Be sure to head to the wagon first as the line to ride is always long.
Being a working farm we always try to provide some farm animals for visitors to enjoy, including calves, mini horses, and goats.
To help with your appetite we have 18 food vendors available, each with a different offering. Our list ranges from hamburgers and hot dogs to BBQ and even Mexican! If you have a sweet tooth there are several cool treats to help with the heat along with cotton candy, kettle corn and fried oreos!
When you are ready to shop our artisans are THE BEST! We hand select each vendor to insure a wide variety of hand made items. Jewelry, stained glass, pottery, wooden works, furniture, clothing, accessories and more are available. With a total of 65 crafters and climbing to choose from, you can find that special gift for anyone!
While you are enjoying your day and admiring the breathtaking views you can listen to local bands offering country, bluegrass and rock and roll music.