There are several places on Oahu where you can find sunflower fields depending on the time of year. When the flowers are in bloom, locals, tourists, and photographers flock to the fields in Waialua, Waimanalo, and Kapolei to capture the golden sunflowers. The fields vary in size but a visit here will surely not disappoint.
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Waialua photos by: Kristi Zazueta
You can find sunflower fields in Waialua, near Waialua High School on the North Shore of Oahu. Dupont Pioneer owns these sunflower fields and typically asks for a $5 dollar donation for parking that will benefit a local sports team.
Tours are typically available from October to November. (Call before you go, as dates could change depending on when the sunflowers are in bloom.)
The Koolau Mountains tower over the sunflower fields at Waimanalo Country Farms and the blue Pacific Ocean glistens in the distance. Located on the East side of Oahu, the sunflower patch and pumpkin patch is typically open during the month of October and in the summer. I visited the fields when the sunflowers were in bloom in July 2017.
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41-225 Lupe Street, Waimanalo, HI 96795 (808) 306-4381
Aloun Farms in Kapolei also has sunflowers during the month of October. They are open Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 am – 5 pm on weekends.
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91-1440 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, HI 96707 (808) 677-9516
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