Dreaming of purple fields of flowers to run through? Us too! Check out our below roundup of some great spots near NYC where you can get your lavender fix this summer. Please remember to check social media or online before visiting any of these wonderful spots for the most up to date news. Also, keep in mind that many lavender farms do not allow you to pick-your-own, but there are plenty of picture perfect opportunities to enjoy your surroundings.

New Jersey

Happy Day Farm: This lovely family-owned farm is a great spot full of beautiful lavender fields. Lavender viewing (no picking) and raspberry picking starts June 12th followed by blueberry picking in late June, and sunflowers and zinnias in July and August before the fall harvest season. Tickets will be sold at the door and the farm is cash-only. 106 Iron Ore Road, Manalapan, NJ 07726

Orchard View Lavender Farm: Located in Warren County, this property dates back to 1765 and was restored to create a colonial village with a growing lavender farm and other gardens and structures. They sell homemade lavender product and garden accessories. Open Fridays Saturdays & Sundays from 10 am – 5 pm from April – December. 101 Karrsville Rd, Port Murray, NJ 07865

Pleasant Valley Lavender: This lovely 10-acre farm has different types of lavender and allows picking. Reservations encouraged. Pre-registration price is $20 per car and includes large bouquet and 90 minutes field access for all occupants of your car. Drop-ins are $25 per car and subject to our discretion depending on field conditions and number of people in the fields when you arrive. They sell pre-picked lavender and lavender products, such as soap and lavender honey along with lavender plants. 288 Pleasant Valley Rd, Morganville, NJ 07751

Eastern Long Island

Lavender by the Bay: (Calverton/East Marion): There are two locations of this family-owned and operated farm and farm store with a variety of lavender products. Reservations can be made online for wither location. Manor Road (at the intersection of Route 25) Calverton, NY 11933 or 7540 Main Road East Marion, NY 11939 


Lavender Pond Farm: The mission of the stunning farm is to celebrate the beauty of nature. The farm founder Denise, from the children’s book “Miss Rumphius” by Barbara Cooney, “to make the “to make the world more beautiful”.  They have a farm “train” that is a huge hit with families, a wonderful shop and 10,000 lavender plants in 30+ beds. Their beautiful pond and covered bridge is also directly in line with their mission. 318 Roast Meat Hill Rd, Killingworth, CT 06419