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Are you looking for the loveliest lavender fields in the USA to breathe in that glorious, fresh floral scent and take stunning pictures?
Long gone are the days that associated lavender with grandma’s soap! Hello, purple perfection-infused cakes, gin, beauty, aromatherapy, and social media culture.
This guide will take a look at the best lavender farms in the US that you can visit. It is etiquette that you purchase products during your visit. We never encourage readers to flash and run.
Be considerate of other photographers and respectful of the land.
Remember, lavender is a de-stressor! Don’t get yourself in a hot mess if someone is in your shot. Be patient.
Just here for images of lavender fields? You can buy lavender products from some of the farms online and have them shipped to your address!
Note: Most farms require reservations and lavender blooming season takes place around June/July.
Cute Lavender Fields in the USA You Can Visit
Lavender Fields, Long Island
1. Lavender Bay, East Marion, NY
Lavender By The Bay (7540 Main Rd, East Marion, NY 11939) is a popular lavender farm on the easy cost.
The farm is home to 17-acres of lavender which grows 80,000 lavender plants including Purple Bouquet, Melissa, Grosso and Hidcote Giant.
Visitors love to snap up the native honey which is sold on a first come first served basis.
Fun photography is encouraged but if you plan to use a tripod inquire about the photography site fee.
There are lots of other things to do around Lavender By The Bay such as wine tasting at a local vineyard or shopping and dining in Greenport so you can make a day of it!
Check our our epic New York State activities guide for more ideas.
Lavender Farm, NJ
2. Orchard View, NJ
The private residence of Orchard View Lavender Farm (7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712) opens its gates to the public to share its serene setting among the swooshes of purple.
Offering ‘Cut Your Own’ lavender bloom, visitors can leave with a fresh bunch of lilac love. The farm also sells artisan products such as bath, culinary and household items.
Guests are encouraged to pack a picnic and bring a blanket to make an afternoon of their visit to see the 1500 variants in bloom throughout the summer.
This lavender homestead is a popular professional photography spot for engagement and wedding shoots.
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Lavender Farms, VA
3. Seven Oaks
Seven Oaks Lavender Farm (8769 Old Dumfries Rd, Catlett, VA 20119) is a small family-owned lavender farm in Catlett, Virginia and we love its slogan, “come to your senses.”
There are two passes available, a day pass or a season pass which allows you and one other to visit the farm as much as you like.
Pack a picnic blanket as tables are limited.
Visitors can stay over at one of the farm’s glamping huts, attend a meditation event or enjoy home baking with a lavender twist.
Well-behaved dogs on leashes can visit on Monday mornings.
4. White Oak Lavender Farm
White Oak Lavender Farm (2644 Cross Keys Rd, Harrisonburg, VA 22801) is a family-owned business located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
Not only can visitors smell the lavender, but they can also sample wine at the tasting rooms!
If you fancy getting crafty, sign up for the lavender wreath-making class, all materials provided.
5. Sweethaven Lavender of Williamsburg
Sweethaven Lavender of Williamsburg (2460 Bush Neck Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188) is the perfect engagement location if anyone is looking for a proposal spot!
This farm boasts of both English and French lavender, which bloom at different times, so there is a reason to visit twice.
English lavenders bloom around Mother’s Day until mid-June and the French lavender starts from early June through July 4th.
U-pick a banquet, pay at the Check-In Cottage and take it home as a gift for others or yourself.
Pack a picnic or pre-order from the farm with 48 hours’ notice.
As the farm has livestock, dogs are not permitted.
If you plan to take professional photos, contact the farm for pricing.
Lavender Farms, Michigan
6. Lavender Hill Farm, Michigan
There are a handful of lavender farms in Michigan well worth visiting.
Lavender Hill Farm (7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712) is the biggest and puts on quite a show.
Home to 29 varieties of lavender, Italian honeybees and a restored vintage barn, this estate not only invites to you spend some time among the lavender plants but also asks you to join them for a live music gig or lunch event at the farm.
You can either join a guided tour or take a self-guided one of the 33 acres. Watch out for the lavender labyrinth!
7. Indigo Lavender, Michigan
5th July is usually peak purple at Indigo Lavender Farm (631 N Van Dyke Rd, Imlay City, MI 48444) and locals can U-Pick a bunch and join a guided tour of the farm.
The tour lasts for 30 minutes and cover 1/2 a mile and you will see some of the nine varieties of lavender.
There are a number of events which include live music, fall activities and festive farm fun.
Lavender Farms, California
8. Monte-Bellaria di California, Sonoma
Monte-Bellaria di California’s (3518 Bloomfield Rd, Sebastopol, CA 95472) climate is ideal for producing the high-quality lavender grown at this estate and used to make oil, honey, and fragrances.
The estate has created platforms that look as if you are standing among the rows of lavender. This setup allows visitors to get the perfect shot while protecting their produce.
Monte-Bellaria di California is a no-dog or drone lavender farm in California.
Are you planning to visit for a special occasion? The estate caters for private lunches at its wisteria-draped picnic arbor surrounded by views of the valleys and vineyards. Bliss.
You can also visit neighboring wineries, cheese creameries, or gardens, making it an excellent spot for a day trip or weekend getaway. Check out our California bucket list for more ideas.
9. Fork and Plow
Not only can you U-pick lavender at the rustic Fork and Plow (43601 Sorensen Rd, Aguanga, CA 92536) but you can also take part in yoga sessions!
Nestled in the mountains just outside of Temecula Wine Country, Fork and Plow grow and nurture the French and English lavender used in their teas, candles, and household products.
The estate has handmade field dining tables for customers to dine on their picnic baskets.
Entry is $10 per person.
Lavender Farm, Oregon
10. Lavender Valley Farm
You’ll find Lavender Valley Farm (5965 Boneboro Rd, Mt Hood, OR 97041) all over Instagram grids and shadowed by the mighty Mt. Hood.
This farm offers tours, events and products, including honey, beauty products and gifts.
Enjoy a picnic among the 11 varieties of lavender with the powdered white mountain in the distance.
Dogs are welcome at the farm if you keep them on the leash.
There is a small entry fee under $5 per person.
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11. Cascade Lavender Farm
Cascade Lavender Farm (5000 SW Feather Dr, Madras, OR 97741) is located in the heart of Central Oregon’s agricultural belt.
This farm has 4000 lavender plants and over 1000 varieties framed perfectly with Cascade Mountain in the backdrop.
Other amenities include display gardens, plant nursery, oil distillation and U-pick so you can give back to the business.
Entry is free and guided tours are available.
Lavender Farms, Washington
12. Pelindaba Lavender Farm
For a complete lavender experience on the west coast, consider Pelindaba Lavender (45 Hawthorne Ln, Friday Harbor, WA 98250).
This farm is a premier grower of lavender plants, distiller of lavender essential oils and also makes handcrafted lavender products.
The farm suggests setting aside 1-2 hours for your visit when it is open. The farm never closes, so you can walk through the fields after hours too.
You will find over 50 different varieties which start to bloom from early May, with some going until October.
Entry to Pelindaba Lavender is free.
13. Blue Mountain Lavender Farm
Blue Mountain Lavender Farm (345 Short Rd, Lowden, WA 99360) can be found in the Walla Walla Valley with the Blue Mountains in the background.
Visitors can enjoy 25 varieties of lavender to pick from and DIY workshops such as lavender wreath making.
The farm boutique sells handmade, local, and artisanal lavender goods, such as dried bouquets, sachets, a selection of culinary products.
You can also purchase a picnic or dine at one of the local Walla Walla restaurants.
Dogs are not permitted in the lavender fields can be held on their leash outside the grounds.
Professional photographers can hire the fields for $55 and the package includes a fresh bouquet of lavender.
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Lavender Farms in Texas
14. Luling Lavender Fields
This family-owned agritourism business is located just outside of Luling (5 Arrow Ln, Luling, TX 78648) at the intersection of I-10 and SH183.
Here you’ll find 2000 lavender plants over 2 acres, including Spanish Lavender and Goodwin Creek.
Look out for the annual Bluebonnet and Lavender Festival, two dreamy blooms for the price of one!
15. Lacey Farm, Texas
The wedding and professional photography spot, Lacey Farm (5 Arrow Ln, Luling, TX 78648), is located off the La Bahia Trail (FM 390) between Brenham and Burton.
This Hill Country venue promises a serene setting at their working lavender farm.
Outdoor weddings by the old live oak trees are a popular choice for couples tying the knot.
The 30-foot 150-year-old barn can host up to 183 guests and its porch overlooks the lavender fields.
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You don’t have to fly to France to smell the stunning scent of the purple stuff! For a relaxing day out among nature, support local by popping along to a lavender field in your state for a picnic and make a purchase or two.
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