Cincinnati and NKY Guide to Sunflower Fields


Visiting a sunflower field and getting our photos is a yearly tradition. It’s one of my favorite ways to enjoy nature’s beauty toward summer’s golden end. This year, it’s also a fun summer/fall family activity you can incorporate while social distancing!

If you missed the fields in July-August, don’t worry; there are still more to come in September and October. So go ahead, load up the car, grab your camera, and go get lost in a sea of flowers!


Blooms and Berries Farm Market – Loveland, Ohio

Late September

Details: Recently planted, this gorgeous sunflower field is expected to bloom late September, coinciding with the annual Fall on the Farm festivities and Sips & Sunflowers, perfect for date night! To get all the details on Blooms and Berries Fall on the Farm, read our Mom’s Guide HERE.

Where: 9669 OH-48, Loveland, OH 45140

Gorman Heritage Farm – Evendale, Ohio

Early October

Details: Save the date for the annual Sunflower Festival at Gorman Heritage Farm! The festival will also feature live music, food, pumpkins, hayrides, craft vendors, beer from MadTree Brewing, and more! Visit their website to get details on admission. The farm is a working farm, so there are live animals to see and an education station to explore as well. Hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and closed on Sunday.

Where: 10052 Reading Road, Evendale, Ohio 45241

Niederman Family Farm – Hamilton, Ohio

Late August and on

Details: “We’re doing a thing!” Niederman Family Farm announced on its Facebook page. The field is currently in bloom and is open for visitors as of late August. Check the farm’s Facebook page for updates on pop-up sunflower events. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: 5110 LeSourdsville-West Chester Rd, Hamilton, OH 45011

Vogel Farm – Melbourne, Kentucky

Sept. 12 and on

Details: Currently the farm is offering sunflowers and vases for purchase at their farm stand. You may take photos from the farm stand in front of the field, which they hope to open to the public by Sept. 12! Check their Facebook page for updates.

Where: 5380 Four Mile Road, Melbourne, KY 41059

Burwinkel Farms – Ross, Ohio

September TBA

Details: This farm offers Sunflower Weekends. There are acres of sunflowers and walking trails. During the Sips in Sunflowers event (TBA), ride a hayride from the farm market to the pumpkin patch and sunflower field. Enjoy small bites, live music, sips in sunflowers, and more. Check their Facebook page for updates!

Where: 4359 Hamilton-Cleves Rd, Ross, OH 45013

We hope you are able to enjoy the sunshine and sunflowers while social distancing this summer into the fall! There are so many fields and farms to explore.

What family traditions do you have involving sunflowers? Are there any other fields or festivals in the Cincinnati area that we’re missing on this list? Let us know and share your favorite pics in the comments!


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