According to the information provided on the field's official Facebook page, the property is privately owned and located along County Hwy 221, Hampton, Florida. Anyone is allowed to enter the field without charge but being respectful of the property is an absolute must. The flowers normally start blooming around late March/early April and keep blooming for amount two months.
There have been thousands of visits to date, and tons of recommendations from visitors posted on their Facebook page. One reads, "its a great location one of the few locations [that] has wildflowers like this - just respect the property and the owners they are extremely nice and just ask that you not pick the flowers."
This is a popular destination spot for both tourists and locals during the blooming season - and understandably so.
According to one Facebook user, the purple flowers are starting to bloom currently. The yellow flowers have yet to start.
You can find more information and current updates on the field on their Facebook page here.
Disclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.
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The animal shelter says a generous donor decided to use their earnings to cover the adoption fees of every dog in the facility, meaning qualified adopters could give a dog a new home at no cost.
The Halifax Humane Society Community Outreach Director Barry Kukes told FOX 35 News that the donor, who had put the donation under the name, "Dogecoin," had "made a very wise investment in some cryptocurrency" and "that she wanted to do something nice."
Disney World has captured the hearts of millions and has rightfully earned the title of "The Most Magical Place on Earth."
But some attractions in the massive park seem to win visitors over more than others, and a recent study done by Upgraded Points was able to find out which rides are the most popular among citizens in each state across the United States.
Why You Need To Ride: This musical attraction is full of bright colors and joy. You'll have a hard time not smiling as tropical birds, tiki gods, and colorful flowers come to life to the beat of beach tunes.
Why You Need To Ride: This ride will take you on an unforgettable boat adventure through Asia, Africa, and South America. You'll see a variety of animals and characters that will make you laugh and smile throughout the entire journey.
States Ranking This Ride #1: Indiana, Massachusetts, and Tennessee.
Why You Need To Ride: This magical boat ride across the globe features children from around the world singing an "anthem of world peace." Whether you love it or hate it, you cannot deny that the song was stuck in your head for days after riding it.
States Ranking This Ride #1: Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin.
Why You Need To Ride: Perhaps the best ride to cool off on during a long hot summer day. This water coaster takes you through a whimsical world filled with some of your favorite classic characters and songs.
States Ranking This Ride #1: Arizona, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
Why You Need To Ride: This thrill ride is definitely worth the wait. You'll journey through a haunted gold mine aboard an old-school-style train that will make for an unforgettable and high-speed experience.