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Laveanne Lavender Fields

8667 Gilmour Road,

Campbellcroft, ON L0A 1B0

Telephone: (705) 201-1545

 

STORE HOURS

May 1st - October 31st

Seven days a week 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

November 1st - April 30th By appointment only

GENERAL VISIT FAQS

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  • ARE YOU OPEN ALL YEAR?

    We are a seasonal business open May 1st to the
    end of October.

  • WHAT ARE YOUR HOURS?

    Our gift shop is open 7 days a week, 9am to 5pm from May 1st to the end of October.

  • WHEN CAN I BUY LAVENDER PLANTS?

    Our lavender plant nursery is open from May 22nd (Victoria Day) to the end of September, 7 days a week 9am to 5 pm. Our plant nursery specialized in lavender; our nursery offers a large selection of lavender varieties and cultivars ranging in colours from white, red, pink, purple, blue and even a rare yellow.( for more information click Nursery ).

  • ARE THE FIELDS & LABYRINTH OPEN DAILY?

    Our lavender fields and meditation labyrinth  are available June 21st (First Day of Summer) to and including Thanksgiving Monday.

    Please note: The lavender blooms only in the month of July. (for more information click Bloom Dates).

    Please also note: We do need to close the fields and labyrinth for a few days the first week in August to allow us to mass harvest the lavender, and prune the plants.

  • IS THERE AN ADMISSION FEE?

    We don’t charge an admission fee to view our fields or a parking fee to park your vehicle. We only ask for a free will donation to help with the care and up keep of the grounds and the facilities that we provide for our guests.

  • ARE GUIDED TOURS AVAILABLE EVERY DAY?

    The Passion of Lavender seminar is available in July only.
    ( please click Here for more information )

  • ARE DOGS ALLOWED?

    Dogs are not allowed. Many of our visitors enjoy laying in the grass, having a picnic on the grass, or walking barefoot in the grass ( earthing ). For this reason we only allow trained service animals. Please also respect that some people are afraid of dogs. We would like everyone to enjoy a relaxing day here at Laveanne. Thank you for your understanding.

  • WHAT IS THERE TO SEE?

    Our lavender fields also include a large meditation labyrinth. ( for more information click meditation Labyrinth ). We also have a plant nursery, a gift shop, and descriptive panels describing lavender and the development of Laveanne.

  • CAN I BRING MY OWN PICNIC LUNCH?

    Our grounds are nice for a picnic. You are welcome to bring your own lunch on a warm day and enjoy a picnic lunch in the lavender fields. If you decide to bring a lunch please also bring your own chairs or picnic mat, a sunhat, sunshade, or sunscreen. Lavender loves to grow in full sun, so there is very little shade here. During July the terrace is reserved for restaurant guests, during restaurant hours.

  • WHY ARE THE FIELDS CLOSED IN EARLY AUGUST?

    Early August the fields will close for a few days to allow us to harvest and prune the plants. The fields will then re- open for walking through, when our work is done.

    Please note: Only the fields will close the gift shop, nursery and the self guided tour will be available.

  • WHAT ELSE IS THERE TO DO IN THE AREA?

    Things to do in Port Hope

    Port Hope is an interesting and intriguing place. Leaving Laveanne and going left or south on Gilmour Rd. the first place you could explore is our neighbour at # 8382, Lindwood Acres Trout Farm is open daily for tours of his stock ponds and for fresh fish purchase. Continuing down the road, if you turn left on Ganaraska Rd. 9 and go East until you get to HWY. #28. There, then turn right going South towards Port Hope, you will discover two very different but very interesting shopping experiences, Herma’s Fine Foods ( more than just food ) and then Primative Designs. Continuing South on HWY. # 28 you come into the Town of Port Hope. Like a time capsule the down town architecture captures the flavour of small town Ontario in the late 1800’s, enhanced by it’s renowned antique, boutique, galleries and one of a kind shops. If you plan to stay for dinner Port Hope has many fine restaurants to choose from, with cuisine ranging from North American, European, Thai, Chinese or Greek. There are also cafes & pubs that can provide a relaxing break to your day out.

    There is so much more to do but this may require a longer stay. They include live theatre, museums, architectural tours, outdoor recreation and much more. ( for more information click Port Hope Tourism ).

  • COULD YOU SUGGEST PLACES TO STAY IN THE AREA?

    Planning a Holiday in Kawartha/Northumberland, check out https://www.bbcanada.com/ontario/kawartha_and_northumberland for places to stay.

     

    ( for more information on area attractions click Kawartha/Northumberland Tourism )

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