CLOSED UNTIL FALL Friday was our last day for the spring season. Thank you to everyone for visiting us! Previously rescheduled tickets are valid in the fall. When you arrive, TELL us that you are on the Reschedule List. See you then.
The fall season is scheduled to begin with a Zinnia Extravaganza starting mid-Sept. Sunflowers will be ready soon after that, & should continue on into October.
Follow us on Facebook to get timely updates. Road 221, Picayune, MS (north Hancock county)
$14 digital tickets available on the next page. No need to print. $15 cash at the gate is fine also. NO cards at the gate. Thank you.
BUY TICKETS button is on page 2 of this website.
Admission required for each person (ages 12+). Ages 11 & under free with paid adult. $15 cash at gate or online ticket required for admittance to the farm. 9am - dusk, weather permitting. Fall Season: mid-Sept - Oct.
1 bucket only per paid admission. BYO bucket & cutter. Buy tickets on the next page. COASTAL RIDGE FARM is a flower farm. We offer a Sunflower Field & U-Pick twice a year. Open Seasonally. Typically open in May/June and mid Sept/October. The weather controls our crops, so always check here to see if we are open!
No vegetables here. We are not an event venue.
Once we open up, we are open daily whenever we have good flowers, weather permitting. Check here, or check FB or IG before you drive! Ticket sales are opened on a rolling basis, as I check the flowers. Good flowers + good weather = Open. Check here for details. Come visit us. Relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. Take home some flowers. U-Pick Digital Tickets $14 (No need to print) U-Pick Cash at Gate $15. (Bring cash to gate) No cards at gate!! Tickets become available at 6pm the night before. Buy tickets on the next page.
Admission required (ages 12+) Ages 11 and under are free with paid responsible adult. Keep your children close to you! No children's activities or games provided. No animals. Not recommended for very small children.
Buy your U-Pick tickets, bring your own cutting supplies, garden gloves, and a bucket. Wander through our sunflower fields, take photos, cut some flowers to take home. 1 bucket only, per paid ticket. If you want to cut another bucket, buy your bucket a ticket. BYO bucket & cutter.
Bring a bypass pruner or a pocket knife to cut the big sunflowers. Scissors will only cut small stems. Bring a bucket for your flowers if you want. We have water for your bucket. Garden gloves are recommended.
BRING WATER TO DRINK! NO PETS. NO MUSIC. No food vendors here. BYO snacks. Don't litter. Portalet facilities, cleaned 3 - 4 times daily. Social Distancing is expected. We have plenty of space.
Please read the FAQS page. Know what to bring & what to expect.
Flower fields are a fluid, ever changing array of color and stages of development. COME VISIT US SOON.
ALWAYS check here to see when we're open! Facebook & IG will have updates and current field photos. Wear old shoes. BYO cutting tool, bucket, and garden gloves, & water to drink. Repeat: bring water to drink! 9am - dusk. Digital tickets $14. (No need to print) Cash $15. (Bring cash to the gate) No cards at gate! Buy tickets on the next page. Tickets available at 6pm the night before when the weather is unpredictable.
See thousands of beautiful gold sunflowers in our fields, and brightly colored zinnias also.
Flower fields are a fluid ever changing array of color and development. You will see newly opening flowers, fully open flowers, and flowers that bloomed a week ago. Look around. Current field photos are on Facebook & Instagram.
Ticket availability will be set according to what the flower fields can offer. When more flowers are blooming, more tickets will be available.
Coastal Ridge Farm is a flower farm. We offer a Sunflower Field & U-Pick twice a year. May/June and mid Sept/Oct. Check back here for Open Days & facts!
WARNING: Under Mississippi law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if the injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risk of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment and animals, as well as the potential for you or another participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.