Ann Arbor Sunflower Fields & Festivals

Ann Arbor Sunflower Fields & Festivals

Are you looking for Ann Arbor Sunflower Fields & Festivals? I had heard from friends in other cities that these are popular, but did not know there were any near Ann Arbor. The good news is that there are several great options for seeing sunflowers near Ann Arbor.

Ann Arbor Sunflower Fields

You can visit these Ann Arbor Sunflower Fields anytime during the season.


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DeBuck’s Sunflower Farm

DeBuck’s Sunflower Farm has more than 20 varieties of sunflowers across more than 14 acres. In addition to their Sunflower fileds, they have 18 other activities. Take a wagon ride to the farm, play human foosball, pedal tractor races, and much more.

At this time, they are not operating all of the attractions. Tickets are currently $5 for Thursdays or $8 for the weekend for a 2 hour visit. Tickets are currently listed for sale through July 19, but are all sold out.

Your ticket includes wagon rides to and from the 3 acre lavender field (or a 1/4 mile walking path if you skip the wagon), a 2 acre sunflower field, pedal trike track, combine slide, tire mountain, swings, tether ball, and Ga Ga ball.

Their sunflower festival is usually in September and includes additional attractions. Tickets for the festival were $15 in 2019. Dates for 2020 have not yet been announced.

Schell Family Farm

Schell Family Farm is on track to open for Sunflowers on Friday, July 31. They have not announced details (hours and pricing) for 2020.

Last year they were open Fridays-Sundays from 9a-4p. Admission was $4/adult including one free flower. Children are free with adults. Additional flowers were $2/each or $9/6 flowers.

Schell Farm is in Pinckney. Their address is 10055 Dexter Pinckney Rd,


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Gust Brothers Farm Sunflower Trail

Gust Brothers offers a sunflower trail at their Summer Market. The 2020 trail is 5 acres – that’s 6 times larger than their 2019 trail! As of July 12, they were about a week away from opening. It is about 1 acre and perfect for kids. Admission is $5/person. There is no cutting flowers on the trail. They have a cutting area. Children 2 & under are free. The Summer Market is open 10a-7p daily until September 6.

Gust Brothers is located in Ottawa Lake, just north of the Ohio border. Their address is 11998 Rodesiler Highway.

Spicer Orchards

Spicer Orchards in Fenton added sunflowers for summer 2019. Their field is slated to open for 2020 around August 1. Last year’s admission was $3/person for one flower and photos. $10 for 5 stems, $20 for an all-you can fill bucket. There were also $10 and $20 admission packages for families and small groups. We will update for 2020 when information is available.

Spicer Orchards’s address is 10411 Clyde Rd. I don’t love driving on country roads, so I love how convenient they are to US-23.

While visiting the sunflowers, also consider picking blueberries, peaches, raspberries, or even apples depending on how long the sunflower season lasts.


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Muddy Acres Cut Flower Farm

Muddy Acres offers U-Pick Farm Visits and has sunflowers. Since they are primarily a cut-flower farm, most of their sunflowers are harvested early in the bloom stages. A limited number are available for u-pick. They are currently open, but may have more wildflowers than sunflowers.

Advance reservations are required, and they do sell-out. Admission is $10 or $25 to create a bouquet.

Ann Arbor Sunflower Festivals

Check out these Sunflower Festivals near Ann Arbor.

Zilke Sunflower Festival

Zilke Vegetable Farm has a 3 acre sunflower field. It is open to the public from August 14-30, 2020. Details will be available soon. Admission to the Sunflower Festival in 2019 was $5/person.


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Find Sunflower Fields Near Me

Are you wondering “Where can I Find a Sunflower Field Near Me?” Check out the map below of sunflower fields in the Ann Arbor area.


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  3. Just west of the City of Saline, this amazing farm is bursting with sunflowers in late summer.  A must see with a long history, the Finkbeiners have been growing sunflowers for the past several decades on a rotating basis (every 3-4 years).  Their seeds have been recommended by the Audubon Society and Audubon is now printed on their seed bags.  The seeds are sold in bulk to independent stores and are available locally at Downtown Home Garden in Ann Arbor.

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