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Go Camping at These Colorful Flower Farms

Ready to wake up to the sweet scent of fresh blooms as you sip on your morning coffee? 

Then one of these flower farms may be right for your next spring or summer camping trip. From rows of radiant tulips to fragrant lavender fields, these beautiful Hipcamps promise a postcard-worthy backdrop and a rejuvenating escape. Take your pick from this bustling bouquet of charming flower farms on your next camping excursion. 

Photo by Hipcamp Photographer Shayna Frankenfield at Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm

Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm

  • Location: Sequim, WA
  • Price: From $75/night
  • Number of campsites: 2 tent campsites

A certified organic lavender farm on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm specializes in small-batch essential oil. You can enjoy the restorative and calming scent of the purple flowers from one of two designated campsites (the lavender fields are at peak bloom from late June to August). 

Pitch your tent right next to a lavender field or open up in a larger space where families can spread out. Then, visit with the resident chickens and goats before exploring nearby Olympic National Park and Dungeness Spit. 

Photo by Hipcamp Host Dennis Monn at Black Sheep Flower Farm

Black Sheep Flower Farm

  • Location: Lewistown, IL
  • Price: From $40/night
  • Number of campsites: 1 cabin

A pet-friendly camping cabin with an outdoor shower, Black Sheep Flower Farm overlooks the Spoon and Illinois River Valley. The cozy cabin has a full-size bed, private firepit, and charcoal grill. Visit anytime from April to July for the most brilliant blooms on this chemical-free flower farm with easy access to wetland hiking trails at Emiquon Nature Preserve and Dickson Mounds State Park. Excellent birdwatching also awaits during the day while stargazing is prime at night.

Photo by Hipcamper Leah Peroni at Evergreen Oasis Farm

Evergreen Oasis Farm

  • Location: Lindstrom, MN
  • Price: From $35/night
  • Number of campsites: 3 tent/RV campsites

A short distance from the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Evergreen Oasis Farm sits on 20 acres of U-pick flower fields (open from July to the first hard frost) and animal pastures. Level pull-in RV sites here fit vehicles up to 75 feet and offer a porta-potty, picnic table, and firepit. The working farm is also home to flocks of sheep and alpacas—you’re welcome to interact with them. 

Photo by Hipcamp Photographer Virginia Pitts at Hidden Acres Orchards

Hidden Acres Orchards

  • Location: Green Bluff, WA
  • Price: From $30/night
  • Number of campsites: 12 tent/RV campsites and 1 group campsite

Just north of Spokane, Hidden Acres Orchards is a multi-generational working farm full of animals who loudly enjoy life and busy tractors working the fields. With no designated campsites, you’re free to set up your tent or park your RV at a location on the farm of your choosing. Amenities include a flush toilet and potable water from an outdoor sink.

After setting up, enjoy the flowers in spring and pick apples and pumpkins in fall. The 60-acre U-pick fruit and flower farm is close to Spokane River for Class 4 whitewater paddling too. 

Photo by Hope Fiser at Miss Effie’s Country Flowers

Miss Effie’s Country Flowers

  • Location: Donahue, IA
  • Price: From $40/night
  • Number of campsites: 1 tent campsite

A quick drive from Davenport and Wildcat Den State Park, Miss Effie’s Country Flowers offers a wonderfully private and tranquil tent camping site in the rolling rural countryside of Iowa. Firewood is provided for campfires and the picnic table is ideal for al fresco dining all day.

The U-pick flower farm features irises, poppies, peonies, and more starting in May. You can also buy local honey and eggs from the bees and chickens on the farm and take a load off in the evenings at a unique cornzebo. 

Photo by Hipcamp Host Matthew Beauchamp at Prickly Pair Flower Farm

Prickly Pair Flower Farm

  • Location: Lampasas, TX
  • Price: From $35/night
  • Number of campsites: 2 RV campsites

Deep in the heart of Texas, Prickly Pair Flower Farm offers terrific spaces for RVers to park big rigs and travel trailers over 40 feet long. The newly built RV sites come with full hookups, including multiple power outlets, septic, and water.

While here, explore the 30-acre working flower farm filled with towering sunflowers, vibrant marigolds, and gorgeous snapdragons of every hue. Or relax under large oak trees or by the koi pond while snacking on juicy peaches freshly picked from the orchard.

Photo by Hipcamp Host Lance S at Thundering Hawk Retreat

Thundering Hawk Retreat

  • Location: Valley Center, CA
  • Price: From $109/night
  • Number of campsites: 7 glamping tents

Revel in the comfort of fully-equipped glampsites at Thundering Hawk Retreat in Valley Center. The glamping bell tents on this 40-acre flower farm offer over 300 square feet of spacious relaxation.

Rest your weary head on king and queen-sized beds with soft linens near a portable heater for chilly nights. Other amenities include gas firepits, Weber grills, portable toilets, and picnic tables. Nearby, Daley Ranch Park offers over 20 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails.

Photo by Hipcamp Host Alyssa O’sullivan at Sweet Alyssum Farm

Sweet Alyssum Farm

  • Location: Vashon, WA
  • Price: From $50/night
  • Number of campsites: 3 tent campsites

Set on one of Puget Sound’s largest islands, Sweet Alyssum Farm feels a world away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Seattle. Spring U-pick flowers here include strawflowers and forget-me-nots, while summer delivers dahlias, amaranth, and cosmos.

Request to borrow the cart to haul your gear from the parking lot to the walk-in tent sites set against forested backdrops. Campers also have access to a communal water spigot, kitchen, porta-potty, dishwashing station, and propane stove with basic cookware. 

Photo by Hicamper Caitlin Fullam at Red Daisy Farm

Red Daisy Farm

  • Location: Brighton, CO
  • Price: From $125/night
  • Number of campsites: 1 RV campsite and 1 glamping site

A flower farm, event space, and bed-and-breakfast just 20 minutes north of Denver, Red Daisy Farm is family-owned and operated. From June to early October, seasonal flowers range from delicate pink and purple dahlias to vibrant coral and golden peonies.

Whether you’re staying in the converted glamping grain silos or at the pull-through RV site with 50-amp hookups, you’ll have shared access to a six-person hot tub and an all-natural swimming pond for the ultimate luxury camping escape. 

Photo by Hipcamper Ben Brown at Shaky Barn Farm

Shaky Barn Farm

  • Location: Livermore Falls, ME
  • Price: From $60/night
  • Number of campsites: 1 glamping site

Campers are encouraged to go off-the-grid at Shaky Barn Farm, a flower farm on 60 acres of Maine pine and hemlock forests. The farm specializes in vegetable seedlings, native perennials, and herbs. Boasting eco-friendly solar power for your electrical needs, the spacious glamping bell tent comes furnished with a full-sized bed. A second tent platform is home to a screened sitting and sleeping area. Other amenities at this pet-friendly glampsite include a sun shower, propane stove, cooking utensils, and private walking trails.

Photo by Hipcamp Photographer Kassidy Paige at A Vegetable & Flower Farm

A Vegetable & Flower Farm

  • Location: Fredonia, WI
  • Price: From $55/night
  • Number of campsites: 1 tent campsite

Escape to a private tent site on A Vegetable & Flower Farm in Wisconsin. After setting up camp, visit the hilltop apple orchard, wooded acreage, farm pasture, and lively garden on Willoway Farm. The small-scale organic vegetable and flower farm is run primarily with hand tools and human power, raising elderberry bushes, sweet peas, zinnias, peonies, and lady’s gloves. Harrington Beach State Park on the shores of Lake Michigan is less than 10 miles away if you’re looking for terrific swimming, hiking, and birdwatching. 

Photo by Hipcamp Host Renee Nelson at Grumpy Chicken Tent

Grumpy Chicken Tent

  • Location: Sandpoint, ID
  • Price: From $40/night
  • Number of campsites: 1 tent/RV campsite and 1 glamping site

Delight in beautiful flowers while glamping at Grumpy Chicken Tent near Sandpoint. Snapdragons, dahlias, and sunflowers are among the floral highlights of this Idaho U-pick flower farm that’s also home to free-range chickens and buzzing bumblebees. Groups of four can stay in the 10-foot-by-12-foot canvas tent—it has two twin beds and two blow-up mattresses, including linens. You can also reserve the flat tent and RV site that has electric and water hookups. All campers have access to a portable toilet, running water, and a firepit for campfires. 

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Michael Kwan is a freelance writer and content creator. Over his nearly two decades of experience, he has covered everything from consumer technology to travel and parenthood. A founding member of Five Dads Go Wild (#5DadsGoWild), Michael has written for POPSUGAR, Angi, Invest Surrey, Tourism Richmond, LoveToKnow Media, and British Columbia Mom. He has been featured by CBC News, Huffington Post, and The Good Men Project. Fueled by caffeine and wifi, Michael lives in Metro Vancouver with his wife and two children.

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