Welcome to the Scotch Lake Sunflower Festival & Hillbilly Horse Weekender!
DATE: August 28th 2021 11:00am-6:00pm
At least five different varieties of Sunflowers will be available at the festival in 2021!
Solar Power- American Giant-Plum-Pro-Cut-Russian Mammoth-
WHAT WILL BE OFFERED:
Live Music (Mitch Rayner, Rob Cummin's and Friends)
Brass Monkey Aerial Team Circus Entertainment
Local Crafters and Vendors
Keswick Historical Society
U-Pick for Sunflowers
Book Photoshoots in the Patch
Farm Stand (offering our very own maple syrup and jams!)
Many animals to visit (chickens, highland cattle, ducks, horses, mule, bunnies)
miles of hiking/walking trails
and all of the other things typically offered here at Scotch Lake Adventure Farm
$10.00/Adults $5.00/Children 10 and under
Free day access to miles of hiking trails
you get to cut and keep one sunflower with admission
U-Pick will be kicking off at the festival additonal flowers are just $3.00/ea
1 Old Springfield Branch Rd, Scotch Lake NB E3C2L9
HILLBILLY WEEKENDER INFORMATION
Dates: August 28-29th
BYOH: BRING YOUR OWN HORSE EVENT ( We do not offer trail rides on our horses)
-Enjoy FREE primitive horse camping as apart of your admission to the weekender.
-Everything is included as apart of the sunflower festival plus+ evening live music, sunday private trail rides, Free access to sunflower fest
THINGS TO KNOW:
-We offer primitive outside open stalls for a rent of $15.00/Night.
-We have a primitive seasonal round pen
-This is a southern horse camping style event, no fancy sanded arena building here.
- YES you can bring your own portable fencing
-YES you can bring your own trailer with living quarters
-YES there are places you can camp away from the Sunflower festival
-YES you can use your own generator
-YES THere is access to clean drinking water at our spring
-YES you are responsible for the care of your horse, most guests are very poilite about distancing from the animals, It is important if your CHOOSE to camp near the sunflower festival, and not in one of the more remote areas of the property, that you place a sign asking guests not to pet your horses.