With the closing of Natorp’s sunflower field at Cottell Park, families in Southwest Ohio have fewer options to visit a golden flower-filled field. While families can still enjoy sunflowers at Gorman Heritage Farm or Burwinkel Farm, if you’re up for a road trip, here’s a list of sunflower fields worth the drive.
The sunflower field is located on County Road 92 in Lindsey, Ohio. The 50 acre field is full of over two million planted sunflowers and will include tours, hayrides, selfie displays and U-Pick sunflowers.
The sunflowers continue to emerge and new varieties keep blooming at Boltz Family Farm. You are free to enjoy the field everyday during market hours, however, there is a cost of $1 a bloom to cut and take home.
With blooms just starting at Kellogg Farms, the best is yet to come! Stop by the sunflower patch at your convenience on the corner of County Road 175 and Township Road 50. Double Sunflower pictured below in this year’s patch!
Come prepared for lots of fun photo ops at Crossway Farm’s blooming sunflower fields! The farm is open Tuesday-Saturday and is preparing for their annual pumpkin patch with a beautiful sunflower field backdrop.
Now through August 14, Lynd Fruit Farm’s sunflower field is blooming for farm visitors to enjoy. The farm is currently offering U-Pick berries on certain days and has a daily market of sweet corn, peaches and more.
Currently open until there are no more blooms, 22 Acres Farm sunflower fields cost $5 for guests ages 6+. Visual Storytelling Photography will be onsite taking photos for purchase, enjoy an early 6am visit or try yoga in the field with one of 22 Acres Farm sunflower amenities.
With blooms anticipated by September 16, the Tecumseh Land Trust is one to put on the calendar! Many visitors to Yellow Spring’s sunflower field look forward to the yearly community blooms.