With more than 30-acres of family-friendly activities to offer the South Florida community, The Berry Farm, 13720 SW 216 St. in Miami’s Redland, now is celebrating its annual Sunflower Festival.
The five-acre sunflower maze is in full bloom with a weekend of one-of-a-kind good times, on Saturday, Apr. 2, and Sunday, Apr. 3.
Admission to the Sunflower Festival affords visitors the chance to enjoy free hayrides, 24-piece ropes course, multi-part wooden playground with giant climbing areas (i.e., a monster truck, pirate ship, castle, train, ark, and more), 15,000-square-foot turf field (with giant outdoor games) with live music and bands scheduled throughout the weekend, on the signature stage.
The free 25-foot rock wall, state slide, gem mining (by Miami Mining), and pony rides (additional fee applies) will entertain the kids, while photo ops galore will keep Mom and Dad beaming with pride. The vast sunflower and berry fields — each ripe for picking — bring options to every member of your family.
Be sure to come hungry, too. The Berry Farm offers everything from tenders and fries to smoked barbecue and tacos. Pair your meal with an ice-cold beer or your favorite beverage of choice, as well. Finish off your meal with a dessert like no other. Guests will have a hard time choosing between the world-famous milkshakes, strawberry shortcakes, Belgian waffles, and more.
Barn doors open each day of the weekend at 9 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Adults are $17 to enter and children (ages 3-12) cost $13. For more information, or to purchase your tickets ahead of time, visit www.visittheberryfarm.com.