Lavender Fields in New York You Won’t Want to Miss!

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Beautiful Lavender Fields in New York

When you think of lavender fields, I am sure you’re automatically thinking of France. Eager to find some lavender fields close to home, I learned about Lavender by the Bay right outside New York City!

I was even more shocked to learned they are located in East Marion, (Long Island) New York since I live in Long Island!

Lavender fields on Long Island, New York at Lavender by the Bay
Lavender Fields in New York

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Update: Lavender by the Bay is now offering ticket entry only.

The time slots are around 1.5-hour time slots and are encouraging to bring masks.  Find the ticket link at the bottom of this post! 

How To Get to the Lavender Fields on Long Island, New York

Visiting the lavender fields is the perfect day trip or weekend getaway from New York City! Lavender by the Bay has two locations. Their new fields in Calverton and their original 17-acre farm all the way out on the North Fork of Long Island.

We visited their East Marion location which is about a 3-hour drive from Mid-town NYC.  Having/renting a car would be the best way to get to the lavender fields. However, if don’t have a car, you can take the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) to Greenport and take an Uber/Lyft or rent bikes.

You can check out car rentals and hotel bookings here!

In the Lavender Fields at Lavender by the Bay in Long Island New York.

When to Visit Lavender Fields in New York

Lavender by the Bay grows both English and French lavender. The French lavender is usually in full bloom during the first two weeks of July, however, the weather is always a huge factor each year.

The English lavender blooms in mid-June and mid-September. During the blooms, you can visit the farm 7 days a week from 9-5 and walk through the fields! (Times are subject to ticket purchases for now).

Holding a Lavender bunch in front of a Journey sign with Lavender Fields in the background.

What to Expect When Visiting Lavender by the Bay

Being one of the largest lavender farms in the USA, you can imagine they get quite busy! We arrived around 11 am on a Sunday and there were tons of cars lined up.

Once arriving,  you are encouraged to walk through the fields,  but please remember to be respectful of the plants and nature around them! Do not crush the flowers.

While walking through the fields, don’t be surprised to find tons of bees hard at work.

The fields are quite large so after taking all your insta-worthy photos through the Lavender fields, take a seat in the many chairs placed all around the fields, and just soak in nature!

Overall, visiting Lavender by the Bay is a really cool experience.

Before leaving, don’t forget to check out their shop. They sell tons of lavender products and even your own bunch of fresh Lavender to take home.

About Lavender by the Bay

Lavender by the Bay opened their family-owned and operated fields in 2002 located in East Marion, New York. They now have over 80,000 plants and sell their products all over local New York Green markets that support local farmers.

If you can’t visit one of their markets, you can also get their products online!

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Address: 7540 Main Rd, East Marion, NY 11939

Visiting the Lavender fields is one of the best things to do in Long Island, NY

Explore the North Fork of Long Island, New York

While you might want to spend all day in the lavender fields, there is plenty of other activities to do in the North Fork of Long Island, New York! Be sure to hit some of these gems while you’re out in Long Island, New York!

Long Island Vineyards

Did you know New York had a Wine Country? Located on the North Fork, you can find over 60 vineyards on Long Island and it makes for a great day trip.

We spent about an hour at the Lavender fields and then made our way over to Macari Vineyards! They have a beautiful property, a trendy Pizza truck and you can wander through the fields!

Learn more about the best Vineyards on Long Island here!

Address:150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck, NY 11952

New York U-Pick Farms

Depending on the season, the North Fork also has great U-Pick farms including apple, pumpkin, squash, berries, and more!

You can also find a lot of organic farms along the road as well! Harbes Family Farm in Mattituck is one of the most popular farms among Long Islanders!

Address: 715 Sound Ave, Mattituck, NY 11952

Orient Beach State Park

You can also relax at Orient Beach State Park! This 363-acre state park located in the Town of Southold includes lots of natural beauty, bird wildlife, and picnic and playground areas.

Address: 40000 Main Rd, Orient, NY 11957

Love Flower Fields? Check out: The Best Sunflower Fields on Long Island

New York Lavender Fields Wrap-up

You are all for an epic day trip or weekend to the best lavender fields in New York! For more information about Lavender by the Bay or to see their shop, click here.

To get your tickets for your time slot with Lavender by the Bay, click here! 

*This post was not sponsored by Lavender by the Bay or other locations listed above! This post was inspired by the amazing time I had during my visit!

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20 thoughts on “Lavender Fields in New York You Won’t Want to Miss!”

  1. I actually didn’t know that New York had lavender fields! They all look so pretty to visit and I bet the smell was amazing!

  2. I’m obsessed with lavender, and I’d love to check out more lavender fields in the US! Thanks for sharing these- might need to take a road trip to New York this summer 😉

    • There are quite a few places in the USA that have fields =) what comes to mind is NY, Hawaii, and Oregon. I am sure there are some others I missed. Thanks so much for your kind words =)

  3. Lavender and vineyards, I would have never pictured that in New York! It’s always great to find magical spots in your own hometown 🙂

    • Hey Lauren! We stayed for a little over an hour and then went to a vineyard after. We bought fresh lavender to bring home, which can then be dried out and used as decoration in a vase. They also have tons of other lavender products in their gift shop! Hope this helps!


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