Get Lost In This Beautiful 60-Acre Lavender Farm In North Carolina

The Beatles proclaimed “strawberry fields forever,” but we beg to differ. After visiting this 60-acre lavender farm in North Carolina, you’ll be saying “lavender fields forever!” Each year, Lavender Oaks Farm in North Carolina transforms into a sea of purple and mountains of fragrant flowers. Open seasonally from May through October, Lavender Oaks Farm is one North Carolina ‘field’ trip you’re sure to love.

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Lavender Oaks Farm is open to the public from May to October. The Farm Shoppe is open year-round. The hours vary by season. Learn more, including information about weddings as well as special events that are open to the public, from the official website.

And for another entirely different kind of must-see field near this one in Chapel Hill, go see the Stonehenge of North Carolina!

Address: 3833 Millard Whitley Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27516, USA
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Lavender Oaks Farm In North Carolina

March 15, 2021

Does North Carolina have many farms? 

North Carolina has some truly beautiful farmland, and a variety of farms that are open to the public for exploration, like Mike’s Farm. From fried chicken and biscuits, to farm views, this farm and its unique restaurant are a must-visit. Throughout the year, the farm also hosts special events and decorates according to the season. Pop in the gift shop to pick up some local goodies or take a hayride around the property. The best part, of course, is the food! Then there’s Hubb’s Farm in Clinton. Deemed an ‘agri-theme park,’ Hubb’s is so much more than a farm but a whole amusement park filled with delights almost too extensive to list in one simple paragraph. From climbing the giant sandhill and venturing through the corn maze to laser tag, hayrides, a train, and farm animals – that’s only scratching the surface. 

What are some fun things to do in North Carolina?

The Tar Heel State is full of fun things to do — from exploring little-known beaches to waterfalls, hiking trails, restaurants, swimming holes, and just about everything in between. In Fayetteville, ZipQuest is an adventure park that’s an oasis of ziplines, canopy trails, tree walks, waterfalls, and daring feats! Sylva has one of the most unique attractions in the state: the Museum of the House Cat. Found at the Old School Antique Mall right in town, this museum features an epic collection of all things cat. The museum is run by volunteers, with owner Harold Sims often making appearances to provide wonderful details about all the pieces here.

Where are some beautiful gardens in North Carolina?

While there are many beautiful gardens to behold in North Carolina, Wilson Botanical Garden is perhaps the most resplendent. Wilson Botanical Garden is 11 acres of North Carolina beauty, featuring 14 individual gardens and an arboretum. Visitors can wander through a variety of themed gardens, including a pond garden, ornamental grasses and daylilies garden, native plants garden, and more.

Address: 3833 Millard Whitley Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27516, USA