Everyone is ready for fall, including this gorgeous farm in the Redlands home to a golden sea of sunflowers, thrilling hayrides, outdoor games for family fun, famous milkshakes and barbecue. Known to bring “a piece of the country to Miami,” the over 30-acre Berry Farm has opened its barn doors to welcome back autumn lovers after being closed for the off-season, and they have so much in store!
If you’re looking for the perfect sunny shot to share with your followers, their blooming sunflower field and pink tractor will be camera-ready, and you’ll be able to bring home your pick of the lot of sunflowers to commemorate a day at the farm.
For more seasonal fun, The Berry Farm will be launching its 4th Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 16, which includes everything you would need for an ideal fall day: the perfect pumpkin house, photo ops, tasty fall treats, hayrides and, of course, tons of pumpkin picking!
PLUS: a 3-acre spooky corn maze, obstacle course, fully-shaded wooden playground area and kangaroo bounce floor, 15K square foot turf field, outdoor games, live music and all the festival foods and drinks you can ever want — from burgers to smoked BBQ and tacos.
Also in store for October is their Nightmare in the Redland haunted hayride and corn maze event, and a Tricks & Treats Halloween Extravaganza for younger guests to collect candy thought the farm and field.
The Berry Farm Annual Harvest Festival will run September 16 to November 5. Come October, Nightmare in the Redlands’ first 8 nights of fear start on October 6 and their kids-friendly Tricks & Treats Halloween Extravaganza runs October 27-29. For more information and tickets, visit their website.
And on October 20, The Berry Farm will receive an eerie makeover for a scary yet magical, Candlelight concert. From Stranger Things to The Addams Family, the Listeso String Quartet will take you on a journey through thrilling movies and TV series under the glow of candles. Book your tickets here.