Forks of the River Sunflower Fields

Monday, July 17, 2017

📌  Parent's Visit America 

Sunflower Farm is the place I dream of as a child.  Since my parent's are here right now for vacation its even more fun to go. The sunflower field is very photogenic and picturesque, the whole place is simply amazing and really worth going!

The lovely bright yellow Sunflowers are the major attractions of Forks of the River WMA  of Knoxville,TN. With 70 acres of sunflowers standing over 6 feet tall, it is obvious why the fields attract so many visitors.  It is a sheer joy to see the blooming fields with big sunflowers.

Forks of the River Wildlife Management Area : Located at 3140 McClure Ln, Knoxville, TN 37920. 

It's a wonderful feeling to be surrounded by the sunflowers - watching them dance when the wind blows!

Morning till noon are the best time to see upright pictures of the sunflowers. Lots of bees move around the flowers to collect honey. The well maintained sunflower fields are really a place for enjoyment. It is quite sunny and bright in first week of  July, so it is advisable to take hats and sunblock creams. 

Be happy and smiling like a sunflower. 🌻

My father (Tatay Oscar)  selfie shot

Mom (Nanay Julia) had a blast on this trip.

Sunflower farm is always a good bet for a day outdoors. So many things to see and do for kids and/or adults.

We all had a great time!


16 comments:

  1. Who doesn't love sunflowers. So very pretty and cheerful. Visiting a farm would be tons of fun

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  2. That is so amazing! I love sunflowers. I've never seen such a huge field of them before.

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  3. What beautiful sunflowers. I've always loved sunflowers, they are so happy, bright, and beautiful. This looks like a gorgeous place to spend the day!

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  4. What a beautiful place to explore and it certainly makes for some fantastic photos! Sunflowers are one of my favorite flowers.

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  5. This would be such a gorgeous area to check out! I love all those sunflowers.

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  6. I have always wanted to see a huge sunflower field with my husband. They bring out his childlike joy.

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  7. So nice to see you and all your family! Wow I only thought Sunflowers grew like that in my state of Kansas!

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  8. I love sunflowers and would love to visit a sunflower field one day!! What a cool time you must have had!!

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  9. I love sunflowers, but I've never been to a sunflower farm. Your parents looked like they had a wonderful time.

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  10. What a fantastic trip with the folks! I'm sure they had a blast, just look at their smiles! I think it's awesome that you took them here. It's definitely worth seeing!

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  11. How beautiful! I haven't seen a sunflower field yet, but I have heard about some near me. I would love to check them out and get some photos too.

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  12. That looks like a fun place to visit. I actually just planted sunflowers in my yard for the first time. We're excited how big they're getting already.

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  13. What an amazing place for photos! My daughter has been trying to grow a sunflower for some time and it is growing and growing (now bigger than her) but no bloom yet!

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  14. Oh my gosh this place is so perfect for Photoshoots! I'm sure your Tatay Oscar and Nanay Julia enjoyed their trip in the Sunflower farm.

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  15. These sunflowers are stunning! I wish I lived near there, what a perfect place for a photo op!

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  16. Sunflower is our state flower. We grow mammoth ones in our backyard and others have them all over town. We love Sunflowers!

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