Colorado Nature August 23, 2020
Don’t Miss Your Chance To See A Gigantic Field Of Sunflowers In Full Bloom In Colorado
Temperatures continue to skyrocket, and school is back in session, which means summer is coming to a close, and fall will be here before we know it. Before the leaves begin to change colors and fall, however, there is one last thing you need to do, which is visit this gigantic field of sunflowers that is currently in bloom in Colorado:
Hiding away near Denver International Airport is arguably the biggest and best sunflower field in the Centennial State.
Featuring thousands upon thousands of bright and cheery sunflowers, this field is a favorite of photographers and backroad drivers alike, thanks to its gorgeous sights and fragrant smells.
Please note: Farms are private property, and this sunflower field and farm are no exception, with the Adams County Sheriff's Department
reminding visitors: It is a crime to go onto other people's property, even if there are no signs prohibiting trespassing. Criminal trespass carries a penalty of up to six months in jail and a $750 fine. And although our county roads are not heavily traveled, all traffic laws still apply.
Despite not being able to go onto the property, visitors can still get a great view from the surrounding road, so remember to be respectful and not to forget your camera!
Can you see why so many people look forward to this colorful time of year?
This famous sunflower field can be accessed by taking Pena Boulevard to 56th Ave and heading 5+ miles past the E-470 exit.
Have you visited this stunning Colorado farm? We would love to see your photos in the comments! Do you have a favorite attraction that you would like to see featured on Only in Colorado? Nominate it
here! For even more things to do this time of year, click on Off The Beaten Path In Ridgway State Park, You’ll Find A Breathtaking Colorado Overlook That Lets You See For Miles.