If you suffer from that “summer is almost over, but it’s like it never really started” feeling, I know something that just might cure it. These sunflower farms have been popping up in my newsfeed and giving me that real summer vibe. Since these flowers are only really in bloom from July through September, they’re a great reminder to soak up the sun, and summer, while you still can. I’ve already requested that my fiancé take me to one this weekend and I cannot wait. These fields are beautiful and honestly are the perfect setting for those Insta-worthy photos we’ve been craving.

Golden Hour Tulip Farm, Lakeville, MA
Golden Hour Tulip Farm just opened this year and operates from 10 am to 7:30 pm. Admission is $5 and $1 a stem to take home.

Simcock Farm, Swansea, MA
At Simcock Farm, the “Positive Vibes Sunflower Maze” is an event like none other. In 2020, the event will be held in late August and probably last until early September. Until then, take advantage of the "Pick Your Own" available now. Bring your own sheers. Check back for COVID-19 updates.

Under the Sun Farm, Dighton, MA
Under the Sun Farm is not currently offering "Pick Your Own" due to the coronavirus. However, you can still stand at the edge of the field for photos if you wish. And there are sunflowers at the stand available for purchase.

Young Family Farm, Little Compton, RI
For our Rhode Island audience, we didn't forget about you. There will not be hayrides at Young Family Farm this year, but "Pick Your Own" sunflowers will take place Friday through Monday. "Wear a mask and bring clippers!"

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