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Campbell's Cross Farm Dinner Lets You Eat With Your Friends In A Sunflower Field

Tired of your normal patio reservations? It's sunflower season, and the fields at Campbell's Cross Farms are in bloom. You can book an intimate farm-to-table dinner with friends at this Ontario hidden gem, where you'll be seated outside by the sunflowers.

Located in Caledon, Ontario, this wellness farm has activities and workshops during the day, and they serve their homegrown food to small groups in the evenings. 

If you want to try their dining experience, you need to email in advance

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When you get in touch, the chefs will make you a custom pre-set menu of six to nine courses, which will also come with three wine pairings.  

They use seasonal ingredients from their garden, so the menu is everchanging and super fresh.

You can watch the sunset, sip wine, and take in the scene of rolling sunflower fields while you eat.

Groups of six to eight people will be the max allowed for reservations at this time, so round up a few of your nearest and dearest for a magical evening.

Sunflower season just began, and they are in bloom for another three weeks. Make sure to get a chance to visit before it's over.

The culinary team are currently doing dinners every night, so there is still time!

They usually do the dinners between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., according to their website

If you just want to visit the sunflowers, there's no reservation needed. In fact, it's first-come-first-serve only. 

Adults are $15 and kids under 12 can visit for free.

You can never have too much yellow, and there are a variety of other blooming fields around Toronto that you can visit.

A brand new farm that just opened in Toronto has a sunflower field that is the size of 8 football fields. 

Campbell's Cross Farm

Price: $15 +

When: Monday to Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Address: 3634 King St., Caledon, ON

Why You Need To Go: Have dinner in a field of yellow with your closest friends. 

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