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It’s hot in August in the sunflower field! To enhance your experience, we recommend you bring:

  1. Sunscreen, hat, sun protection
  2. Closed-toed shoes
  3. Water bottle
  4. Camera
  5. Picnic — if you’d like to enjoy eating and spending time in the grass among the sunflower blooms!

If you are sensitive to heat, consider coming to the festival in the morning or late afternoon. If you would like a peaceful atmosphere in the sunflower field, consider purchasing the Sunrise Pass. If you would like an evening out in the beautiful sunset glow, consider coming to the Sunset Spectacular.

The parking lot is in a mowed grass field. After parking, you will be directed to the admission gazebo. Then, you may ride a wagon or walk .5 miles to the sunflower field. If you get confused, don’t worry! Our friendly staff will be there to direct you where to go!

Please drive to the sunflower field and park with one tire on the road and one tire on the grass. Then, you may walk to the Sunflower Field entrance near the Farm Store. If you get confused, don’t worry! Our friendly staff will be there to direct you where to go!

Handicap parking is available at the Farm Store. The festival area with food trucks, vendors, live music, and farm store are all handicap accessible by paved roads. The sunflower field is not wheelchair or handicap accessible because it’s on a steep hill. If you’re a person with a disability, please visit Customer Service at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival for accommodations.

No, please do not bring your pets unless they are registered A.D.A. service animals.

The Sunflower Festival is an outdoor event and we’ll be here to make your experience awesome – rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable. If it rains, bring a cute umbrella or raincoat for fun pictures!

If you have additional questions, please email [email protected]