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Sunflower Fields Near Toronto That Have Endless Golden Blooms

There are so many stunning sunflower fields around Toronto, and you'll want to visit them all this summer.

You don't need to go far to get lost in golden blooms, and many spots have unique photo ops, food, and more.

Sunflower Fields Of Markham

Price: $15 per adult

When: Until August 15, 2021

Address: 10378 ON-48, Markham, ON

Why You Need To Go: This brand new sunflower farm is super close to Toronto and boasts over 20 acres of blooms.

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Campbell's Cross Farm

Price: $13.50 per adult

When: Until August 21, 2021

Address: 3634 King St., Inglewood, ON

Why You Need To Go: Boasting over 700,000 sunflowers, this golden field is worth a visit. Don't leave without trying one of the iconic watermelon sandwiches.

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The Sunflower Farm

Price: $18 per adult

Address: Hwy. 48 & Sideroad 17, Beaverton, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can wander along a sunflower-shaped trail at this dreamy farm near Toronto.

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Lakeview Village

Price: Free

Address: 800 Hydro Rd., Mississauga, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can see 1 million sunflowers in this massive field to brighten your day. It's good to note that there is no parking on site.

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Pingle's Farm Market

Price: $16 per adult online, $20 at door

When: August 6-22, 2021

Address: 1805 Taunton Rd. E., Hampton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore a 6.5-acre field filled with golden blooms at this spot. There are lots of photo ops along the way, as well as some tasty treats to enjoy after your adventure.

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Hanes Sunflower Maze

Price: $15 per adult

Address: 1001 Hwy. 5 W., Dundas, ON

Why You Need To Go: Get lost in a giant sunflower maze for an enchanting summer experience. This year, the farm is even offering visits at sunset, so you can enjoy the fields beneath a pink sky.

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Dixie Orchards

Price: $13.50 for 10 years old and older

When: Opens August 15, 2021

Address: 14309 Dixie Rd., Inglewood, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take a trip down this sunflower trail and explore a corn maze for a day filled with fun. Don't forget to book in advance.

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The Fieldstone Barn

Price: $10 per adult

When: Friday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. starting August 6, 2021

Address: 7450 Middlebrook Rd., Elora, ON

Why You Need To Go: This enchanting field sits on a historic farm and boasts unique photo ops, snacks, and even visits from a miniature donkey.

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Sunrise Sunflower Farm

Price: $10 per adult

Address: 1846 ON-6, Hamilton, ON

Why You Need To Go: This sunflower field has a unique addition — a giant yellow duck who smiles above the flowers.

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