U-Pick Sunflowers 2022 is Now Closed
Thank You for Joining Us This Season
U-Pick Sunflowers will Return Summer 2023!
Anderson Farms is excited to bring you our second annual U-Pick Sunflowers! Beginning July 29th we invite you to visit our beautiful 15 acre sunflower field. We have planted over 17 varieties of sunflowers ranging in height, colors and stages of bloom! Admission includes a wagon ride to and from the field where you will find many hidden photo ops. Take home some of our beautiful flowers by purchasing an All-You-Can-Fill Bag or French Market Bucket
$12.00 Per Person (Ages 4 & up) Children 3 & Under: Free
Admission includes your wagon ride to and from the sunflower field and access to walk around and take photos with the flowers and props. Picking flowers to take home is not included in admission. You may purchase an All-You-Can-Fill bag or bucket at the sales stand in the field or online with the purchase of your admission.
**Limited number of tickets available – this will be a timed ticketed event**
U-Pick Flower Pricing
Not included with Admission
Shears are provided with the purchase of a bag or bucket – Please return when done picking.
Bag of Sunflowers
Bucket of Sunflowers
Sunflower Pick and Paint
$75.00 Per Person
New! Kid’s Pick and Paint on Fridays
$50.00 Per Person
Pick and Paint will include your admission and wagon ride to and from the sunflower field, a $25 bucket to fill before or after you paint, walk around and take photos with the flowers and props, all your painting supplies, canvas and instructions. Paint the picture provided or paint your own creation with inspiration from the flower field.
Class Times on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
**Limited number of tickets available**
Special Private Campfires in the Sunflower Field Saturday, August 27th ONLY Limited Space Available
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
One Night Only! Reserve a private cove among the sunflowers that includes a propane fire pit, log bench seating for 8, and one 4-foot folding table.
This reservation DOES NOT include admission to the field. All campfire guests MUST also purchase admission to the U-Pick Sunflower field.
Campfires will begin at 5:30 PM and end at 8:30 PM. The sunflower field closes at 8:30 PM as the sun fully sets.
Guests may bring in food and drinks, however alcohol and marijuana are NOT ALLOWED. You must be able to carry anything you bring in on your own and it must be able to ride on our hay wagons to the field with you.
Flowers are not included. They may be purchased separately online or at the door.
Here are some of our most frequently asked questions. Select any question to see the answer.
Yes, everyone entering the farm will need to purchase admission to see the flowers.
Admission will include a wagon ride to and from the sunflower field and access to walk around and take photos with the flowers and props. Picking flowers to take home is not included in admission, however you may purchase an All-You-Can-Fill bag or bucket at the sales stand in the field.
No, the barnyard attractions such as the barrel train, jump pads, pedal karts and the playground will not be open during this event. You will have access to the combine slide while waiting for the Wagon Ride to the field.
No, all outside pets are not allowed at Anderson Farms, including the parking lot or inside parked vehicles except for trained service dogs in accordance with ADA guidelines.
We accept cash and credit. An ATM will not be available during this event so please plan accordingly.
All-You-Can-Fill bags and buckets will be available for presale with your tickets and at the sales stand in the field.
If you are a photographer you will need to purchase an admission ticket for yourself and any crew members that will be accompanying you. Your clients will also need to purchase admission tickets. We recommend you coordinate with your clients and have everyone purchase tickets for the same day and time slot for the photo shoot. Anderson Farms does not offer special times for photos. Only the days and times available on our ticket page.
Yes! We will have our handicap wagon available. However, the dirt in the field is loose dirt. The dirt will get more compact as the season progresses and will become easier to navigate with a wheelchair.