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Lavender Queen Lavender Farm - Find Peace & Beauty At Our Farm

Health & Wellness Day Tripper destination, featuring farm fresh lavender and handcrafted lavender products.

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Immerse yourself in the magic of lavender

Experience Health & Wellness on our Farm

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Conveniently located off Highway 401

When our farm is not booked for photography or private events, we are open to the public on a general admission basis to visit the grounds and enjoy the beautiful nature that our farm offers!

Located in the small country town of Yarker just off the Napanee River, close to the Camden Braes Golf & Country Club, and nearby hotels, we are a perfect destination for day trippers and nature enthusiasts.

We are pet-friendly provided they are leashed and you clean up after them!

Please note that our Farm is a smoke free environment.

General Admission to the Farm is $7.00 + hst per adult, children under 12 are free (June to August 1). Children are welcome on our farm but they must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Our operating hours are 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM from Tuesday - Sunday (June 25 to August 1). Please call ahead or check the note section on Instagram for daily and weekly updates as we operate on reduced hours per week starting August 1 to October 9 (Wednesday & Sunday 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM) and when we have booked Private Events before planning your visit!

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Why Choose Lavender Queen Lavender Farm?

We are a unique one-stop destination that includes a 12-acre lavender farm with a 1/3rd of an acre of newly planted lavender and growing. Our property is a stress free zone where you can leave your cares behind and enjoy all of the peace and tranquility that nature has to offer. Come and listen to the bee's hum and smell all of the luscious lavender. Those busy worker bees are attracted to the beautiful flower for its aroma and to collect the nectar that is utilized in making us a highly sought after Lavender Honey. While collecting nectar, bees also help with the pollination process. The pollen gets attached to them and travels with them to other flowers.

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Lavender Queen Project                                                   Lavender Queen Farm Project Phase 2

Where We Are and Nearby Hotels

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