Most People Don’t Know About This Magical Sunflower Field Hiding in West Virginia

Nothing says summer like big, yellow, daisy-like sunflower faces swaying in the breeze. Native to North America, sunflowers (helianthus) are grown for their beauty as well as harvested for seed. But did you know there’s a place in West Virginia where you can see rows upon rows of these cheerful flowers and have a lot of other fun, too?

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Check out their website, and pay them a visit at 480 Arnold Hill Road, Elkins, WV! Have you been to Pegasus Farm Campground? Tell us about it!