The sunflowers at Waimanalo Country Farms are back for the season! This event is one of my absolute favorites on island. Walking through the fields with the mountain backdrop and ocean breeze you feel like your transported away from all the hustle and bustle of the island. There are plenty of designated paths throughout the fields and other photo op areas to capture lots of memorable photos.
The fields are open now through July 17, pending the bloom season. Here is what you need to know to plan your visit:
- The sunflower fields are open 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. , with the last car in at 4pm.
- Marks are no longer required, but are always welcomed! Social distancing is encouraged.
- Reservations are not required by recommended (you can make them here). You will have 48 hours prior to your reservation to cancel without being charged.
- Admission is $10 cash ($10.84 credit card) for all persons ages 3 and over, military with valid ID. Childaren ages 2 and undere are free!
- Professional photoshoots are not allowed during public hours, they must be booked with their in-house photographer or seperately.
- The farm also offers some delicious food and drinks with all your crave-worthy farm favorites! Monday-Friday will have a limited a-la carte menu available at the Market Stand while Saturday and Sunday will have the full grub options. (Get the corn and lemonade…TRUST Me!) Open daily from 9am to 5pm.
- The Country Market stand is open daily, 9am-5pm, selling farm fresh honey, homemade cornbread, handmade wooden coasters, sunflowers, t-shirts and apparel and more.
- New this year is private picnics! Enjoy private picnic in the sunflower fields. Packages and bookings can be found and made here. This sounds like the perfect date night after an long underway or duty day!
For more details and day-of information, visit www.waimanalocountryfarms.com. Make sure to tag us @thesubmergedlife and share your sunflower trip photos! Follow @aloha.mama.cat to explore other family friendly events on island and now in New England!