One must-do summer activity is strolling through a field of lavender. When they are in bloom in June through July, you can walk through a dreamy field of sweet-smelling purple flowers. Not only is it a fantastic photo opportunity, but the smell of the blooms are super relaxing too!\nFor the ultimate lavender field experience, you won't want to miss the lavender festival in Prince Edward County, Ontario this summer. The lavender festival will take place at Prince Edward County Lavender on July 6-7, and July 13-14, 2019, from 10 am to 5 pm.\nView this post on Instagram Lavender dream💜. #lavender#lavenderfields#ontario#pec##summer#july#lavenderseason#love#purpl#photography#throwback#happysunday#fun#trip#roadtrip A post shared by ⒷⒺⒸⓀⓎ ⓁⓊⓁⓊ (@lulubecky) on Jul 15, 2018 at 7:21am PDT\n\n View this post on Instagram Sea of lavender #stilldoesnttastegood A post shared by S (@slayvaun) on Jul 19, 2018 at 6:14pm PDT\n\nThis year the lavender festival is celebrating its 8th anniversary and has extended the length of the festival. So this July, it will take place over two weekends instead of just one!\nAt the lavender festival, there will be plenty to see and do. There will be live bands, cute animals to see at the petting zoo, demonstrations on making lavender essential oil, and plenty of food vendors too! Plus, they will be giving out prizes, and one lucky winner can get the top prize of a two-night stay at the Prince Edward County Lavender BnB.\n\n View this post on Instagram I’m passing around a petition to reinstate naps into our 9-5 routine. Sign your name below👇. A post shared by -•K A S I A•- (@champagneshores) on Nov 7, 2018 at 10:33am PST\n\nOn top of all the fun activities, you can also bring some lavender home with you! For a small fee, you can pick your own lavender bouquet or purchase a lavender plant for your garden.\n\n View this post on Instagram Lavender fields forever 💜 #TWHtravels #20weeks A post shared by Esther (@thiswildheart) on Aug 2, 2017 at 6:36am PDT\n\nThe lavender festival will be taking place at Prince Edward County Lavender (732 Closson Rd, Hillier). It is a 2-hour drive from Toronto, and 3 hours away from Ottawa. Admission to the event is $10 a person.\nFor more information about the festival, visit the Prince Edward County Lavender's website.