This Sunflower Festival In New Hampshire Is Worth A Trip From Any Corner Of The State

New Hampshire in the summer is a sight to behold. From lakes to mountains to forested fields, getting outside into the fresh air is always a high priority for us. And, one of our favorite ways to enjoy the outdoors here each summer is this sunflower festival. For just under two weeks this farm is awash in color, making everything look yellow and green for as far as the eye can see! And, even better, it goes to help support a great cause.

Coppal House Farm is located at 118 North River Road, Lee, New Hampshire. The annual sunflower festival takes place from July 27th to August 4th. You can learn more about the farm and get all the details related to the festival by clicking here.

Tickets: Tickets provide access to the sunflower fields, tented shade area, picnic area and farm animals.

  • Monday through Friday admission is $10 for people 13 years old and above. Kids 8-12 years of age, folks 65+ and military are $8.
  • Saturday and Sunday admission is $12 for people 13 years old and above. Kids 8-12 years of age, folks 65+ and military are $10.

 

There are lots of places in New Hampshire to enjoy fresh flowers. Including these 8 farms where you can cut your very own.