You Can Get Lost In A Magical Maze Of Sunflowers This Summer At This Mississippi Farm
A field of sunshine!
It’s hard not to feel happy when looking at a field full of sunflowers. Their blooms are like tiny little suns shining joy into nature. At this sunflower farm in Mississippi, you can get lost in an actual maze of them and you may never want to be found! Add The Wise Family Farm to your summer bucket list for a day full of fun in the sun.
The Wise Family Farm is one of the only farmlands in the area to offer both a traditional corn maze and a sunflower maze.
Each year their mazes don different designs, making for some really cute and creative aerial shots. As you try to find your way out, you'll be surrounded by bright yellow blooms that make for the perfect selfie backdrop.
Getting lost in adoesn’t sound so bad, does it?
During the fall, you can cruise on a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch and pick your very own pumpkin right from the vine. You can even run wild through their seasonal corn maze during the day and even explore it by night with a flashlight.
After running around in the maze, you can refuel at their Down on the Farm Grill munching on hamburgers, hotdogs, nachos, and even .
General admission is just $12, but some activities such as concessions, the pumpkin and cost extra., as well as the barrel rides will
The Wise family told Narcity that their sunflower maze is still scheduled for this summer season, waiting for visitors to wind through the floral labyrinth.
The farm posts to their Facebook page with updates about each coming season.
The farm will be open from September 24 to November 3, so you'll have plenty of chances to enjoy all it has to offer.
Wise Family Farm
When: September 24, 2020, to November 3, 2020
Address: 291 Shady Grove Rd, Pontotoc, MS
Why You Need To Go: Get lost in an actual sunflower maze and enjoy all the goodies the farm has to offer.
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