Hawaii Mom Blog: Sunflowers at Waimanalo Country Farms




November 17, 2020

Sunflowers at Waimanalo Country Farms


I've always wanted to take the kids to the sunflower fields and I finally got the chance last week.  This year was very different as it is a drive thru event, but we had a great time.  You can make a reservation here on their website (9am to 4pm).  When you check in 15 minutes prior to your reservation, you'll scan a QR code at the entrance for instructions.  Basically, you will check in and pay for your reservation before entering the farms.  

The first stop where you can exit your car is at the field where the sunflowers are ready for picking.  Each fresh cut sunflower is $3, cash only.

The second stop where you can exit your car is where the sunflowers are picture ready.  There is only one entrance so I would suggest to move to the side to let people pass by so you can safely socially distance and to not cause traffic.  There is plenty of space for everyone!

As you drive out, you will turn in the form (given to you when you check in) with your lemonade orders and enjoy the drinks to go.

You will need to pay for all persons ages 3 and over in the vehicle (credit card payment at the door of $10.84 per person including tax + processing fees OR Cash payment at the door $10). Two years and under are free, but do not receive a lemonade.


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