Visit a field of sunshine. Nothing screams summer more than a garden full of bright yellow flowers. It is one thing you'll really want to scratch off your summer bucket list, and we know the perfect spot to go. There is a massive 5-acre field of sunflowers near Calgary officially opening next month.\nParadise Hill Farms told Narcity you'd be able to see their 400,000 sunflowers all to yourself. So mark your calendar to see the golden blooms from Friday, August 14 to Sunday, August 30.\nJust one hour from Calgary, close to Nanton, you can visit the stunning farm. Last year was their first time growing sunflowers, and it was a huge success.\nBecause of the popularity of the summertime blossoms, they've planted more seeds. In 2019 it was one and a half acres, but this summer, it will be so much larger.\nThis August, you'll be able to see over 5 acres of sunflowers. Unlike most flower gardens where there are groups or crowds, you can enjoy the sights all by yourself at this farm. To visit, you'll need to book a one-hour timeslot.\nWhen you arrive, you can stop and smell the flowers, or take all the selfies you want.\nView this post on Instagram Hi there! Welcome to my photography page. I am Keely, the sole owner/photographer of KJ Captures Photography. I am always searching for new adventures & new moments to capture. I’m obsessed with sunflowers & had the lovely opportunity to visit @paradisehillfarm ‘s BEAUTIFUL sunflower field. • •I’m excited that you’re here! Ill be busy for the next bit with photography & will be posting more. If you ever need someone to come capture your special moments, send me a message! •Thank you for following & supporting. ✨ • • • #kjcapturesphotography #kjcaptures #yycphotog #yycphotographer #yycphotography #yycphotographers #calgary #calgaryphotographer #calgaryphotography #sunflower #sunflowers #model #yyc #photography #canon #camera #photographer #capture #kjcompanies #summer #warm #lovin A post shared by Southern Alberta Photographer (@kjcapturesphotography) on Aug 29, 2019 at 6:02pm PDT\nAs the growing conditions are conditional on Mother Nature, the exact dates might change slightly. The farm owners are hoping the blossoms will last longer so they can add extra booking days.\nThe price of visiting depends on when you go. The rate ranges from $50 from sunrise to noon, between $75 and $100 in the afternoon, and $150 from 7:00 p.m until dark.\nDoes this sound like a dream come true? Why not invite your BFF to join you for an hour, and the two of you can take turns taking photos of each other?\nView this post on Instagram Currently taking bets on how long I can keep two sunflowers alive 🌻🌻🌻 📸:@kayla_dinh A post shared by Breezy (@brynabobenic) on Aug 17, 2019 at 6:10pm PDT\nYou won't find a more magical picture setting away from the crowds than this.\nParadise Hill Farm\nPrice: $50.00+ an hour\nWhen: Friday, August 14 to Sunday, August 30\nAddress: 280011 Township Rd. 162, Nanton, AB\nWhy You Need To Go: You can have a 5-acre sunflower garden all to yourself.\n View this post on Instagram “She’s an old soul with young eyes, a vintage heart, and a beautiful mind.” • How beautiful is this sunflower field? What’s your favourite flower? • With @leah.campbell14 @wildroseretro @smithbilthats @paradisehillfarm @navajopearlsranch @buffalomercantile • • • #weddingsong #firstdance #helium #elopementweddingphotographer #okotoksphotographer #albertaphotography #albertabride #albertaphotographer #travellingphotographer #wildlove #beunapologeticallyyou #southernalbertaphotographer #albertaweddingphotography #albertabride #beinspired #supportsmall #shopokotoks #shophighriver #westernphotographer #bohobride #bohophotography #bohowedding #womeninbusiness A post shared by Alberta Wedding Photography (@twistedtreefoto) on Jan 24, 2020 at 9:45pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.