Maryland is home to several fields of sunflowers so expansive and gorgeous that they look like they belong in a story book.
Learn more about them below, and scroll all the way to the bottom to see a map showing where each is located.
McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area
Located on River Road in Poolesville, McKee-Beshers is a 2,000-acre tract in a mixture of woodlands, fields, wooded bottomland and managed wetland impoundments.
It also happens to be home to acres and acres of sunflowers.
Learn more about McKee-Beshers visiting DNR.Maryland.gov.
Rocky Point Creamery
Rocky Point Creamery, on Tuscarora Road in southern Frederick County, has a sunflower field for the enjoyment of its customers. You can take pictures during the creamery’s business hours (11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday), but they ask that you make a donation inside the shop to the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. You can also cut flowers for $1 each!
More on the Rocky Point Creamery sunflower field can be found on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/rockypointcreamery/
The Sunflower Garden
This pick-your-own flower farm on Manchester Road in Westminster has LOTS of flowers to see and pick, but sunflowers are obviously a big draw to the place. Find out more about their peak bloom time and hours on their website, TheSunflowerGarden.com.
Clear Meadow Farm
This family farm on Troyer Road in White Hall produces lots of products, from black Angus beef to soybeans, but they also have a beautiful field of sunflowers. Find out more about them on their website, ClearMeadowFarm.com.
Maryland Agriculture and Farm Park
The Maryland Agricultural Resource Council’s Agriculture and Farm Park on Shawan Road in Cockeysville offers pick-your-own sunflowers. You can bring a picnic, walk the trails and have a day full of family fun on the farm. Visit MarylandAgriculture.org for details!