Sunflower fields forever! If you wish that summer would never end, then a last-minute visit to Laura’s Farm Stand is an absolute must this season. You can score mason jars full of blooms and wander through the dreamy sunflower field near Toronto.
Located roughly one hour from the 6ix in Simcoe County, this adorable farm stand is full of charm.
You can cut your own flowers, wander the flower-lined trails that stretch a ½ kilometre, buy fresh corn, and of course take a million selfies at golden hour.
The flower trails are open every day at 10 a.m. until dusk from now until Labour Day and the best part? It’s totally free to visit.
If you do plan to cut your own flowers, they will cost you $2 a stem.
Now, there are plenty of sunflower fields for you to enjoy all around Toronto, but this cute spot has so much more to offer.
Aside from the farm-fresh corn, the stand turns into a magical pumpkin patch in the fall.
According to the farm stand website, you’re allowed to bring your furry friend along with you.
Just be sure to keep them on a leash and clean up after them.
It’s also worth noting that there are no washrooms on-site.
As far as sunny summer day trips go, this one is pretty fantastic.
If you're looking for something a little different, you can actually enjoy an al fresco dinner at another Ontario sunflower field in Caledon.
Laura's Farm Stand
Price: Free admission
When: Open daily
Address: 5590 Simcoe County Rd. 27, Cookstown, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can get fresh corn and wander through golden sunflowers at this cute farm stand near Toronto.