If you’re searching for where to find sunflower fields on Oahu, you came to the right place. Whether you’re looking for things to do on Oahu or you’ve seen the pictures on Instagram, add a visit to the sunflower fields on Oahu to your travel bucket list.
Where to Find Sunflower Fields on Oahu
You only get a few weeks a year to visit the sunflowers in bloom. When you start seeing posts in your Insta feed, that’s your cue to grab your camera and stop by for a visit.
There are locations in Waialua, Waimanalo, and Kapolei and the best time to visit is usually between October to November. (There are dates in the summer months as well.)
You can find sunflowers in Waialua, near Waialua High School on the North Shore of Oahu. Dupont Pioneer owns the sunflower farm 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. Dates could change depending on when the sunflower fields are in bloom.) 67-670 Kuemanu St, Waialua, HI 96791 (808) 637-0100
The Koolau Mountains tower over the sunflower fields at Waimanalo Country Farms, while the Pacific Ocean glistens in the distance. Located on the East side of Oahu, the sunflower fields here typically bloom in July and October. The pumpkin patch is open in the Fall.
- Get there early in the season. The sunflowers typically bloom for up to 10 days.
- No animals are allowed on the farm.
- $3 per person.
41-225 Lupe Street, Waimanalo, HI 96795 (808) 306-4381
Aloun Farms in Kapolei typically has sunflower fields between October – November. Traveling with children? Every year, they host a Pumpkin Festival that brings funds and awareness for local schools, Hawaii Foodbank, National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii, and other programs.
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91-1440 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, HI 96707 (808) 677-9516
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