You Can Try To Escape Ontario's Lavender Labyrinth This Summer

The 4-acre garden is only a short drive from Toronto. 💜

You Can Try To Escape Ontario's Lavender Labyrinth This Summer
Staff Writer

You might never want to escape this fairytale-worthy lavender labyrinth in Ontario.

Only one hour and 15 minutes from Toronto, you can visit Laveanne Lavender, which has 10,000 sweet-smelling purple plants.

There are two giant fields at the farm, one of them with a neo-medieval labyrinth made out of floral walls.

You'll have so much fun wandering through the spiral trail, where you'll be able to see not only lavender blossoms but butterflies.

Guests are also welcome to pack a lunch and have a picnic on the grass or climb to the top of the hill and do yoga while enjoying a panoramic view of the gardens.

This year, it opens on July 1, but you'll need to make an appointment as they will be limiting the number of visitors per hour.

Laveanne Lavender

Price: $11.30 per adult

When: From July 1

Address: 8667 Gilmour Rd., Campbellcroft, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can also buy relaxing lavender products like soaps and lotions perfect for an at-home spa night.


Before you get going, check out our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

Stephanie White
Staff Writer