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Festival Information

2017 Festival Dates

9:00am  to 3:00pm

Thursday, June 22 through Sunday June 25

Thursday, June 29 through Sunday, July 2

Entry: $5.00 Per Person* Entry fee includes all free festival activities (Lavender Growing Discussion and Cooking with Lavender Demonstration & Tastings. 

No reservations required.

Meals available to purchase on-site.

Directions to the Farm: Click Directions to Farm 

Food: We are offering two lunch selections to purchase onsite. 

Pets: Pets are not allowed on the grounds of the Lavender Festival, except Service Dogs. We appreciate your cooperation. Please note: It is against Arizona State Law to leave any animal -- including pets -- in a vehicle REGARDLESS of the precautions taken (which includes: open windows, A/C, refrigeration, fans, etc.).

Non Smoking Policy: Smoking is prohibited on the farm and in the parking area due to the fire risk and as a courtesy to non-smokers. 

Bees: Bees love lavender so you will see them on the lavender plants. They are generally harmless because the bees are so enthralled with the lavender that they rarely sting. The only reported sting in 12 years has been someone in open-toed shoes that stepped on a bee. 

However, people with allergies to bees should be aware of this potential risk. 

Picnic Area: We have some dining tables available (first come) or you can sit on the grass if you want to bring your lunch. 

U-Cut: We provide the clippers for the U-Cut.

What to Wear: Comfortable closed-toed shoes, a hat for sun protection, bottled water.

Lodging: Recommended lodging near Concho: Click Lodging Suggestions

Road Conditions: The road to the farm is about one mile off the main highway.  It is a well maintained dirt road and easliy passable.  All vehicles including tour buses, RV's, mtorcycles and small cars can easily navigate the road to the entry gates. 

Parking: Park in the lot outside of the entry gate.

Paths: After entering the gates, there is about a 100 yard walk on a cinder road that leads to the farm store; the remaining pathways are crushed granite.

Reminder: Please stay within the festival grounds, hiking and walking around the property outside of these areas is not allowed.

Cameras: Cameras are permitted for photo taking. 

*Ages 3 years and under free admission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cost: $5.00 Per Person*

Directions to the Farm: Click Directions to Farm 

Food: We do not have food vendors on the premises during the festival and restaurants are not close-by.  We offer Box Lunch Packages that include entry, beverage, and a lavendr bouquet. Click Festival to order your Box Lunch.

Picnic Area: We have some dining tables available (first come) or you can sit on the grass if you want to bring your lunch. 

UCut: We provide the clippers for the U-Cut.

What to Wear: Comfortable closed-toed shoes, a hat for sun protection, bottled water.

Lodging: Recommended lodging near Concho: 
Snowflake, Pinetop/Lakeside and Show Low.

Road Conditions: The road to the farm is about one mile off the main highway.  It is a well maintained dirt road and easliy passable.  All vehicles including tour buses, RV's, mtorcycles and small cars can easily navigate the road to the entry gates. 

Parking: Park in the lot outside of the entry gate.

Paths: After entering the gates, there is about a 100 yard walk on a cinder road that leads to the farm store; the remaining pathways are crushed granite.

Pets: Pets are not allowed, except Service Dogs at the 
 Lavender Festival.  We appreciate your cooperation.

Non Smoking Policy: Smoking is prohibited on the farm and in the parking area due to the fire risk and as a courtesy to non-smokers. 

Reminder: Please stay within the festival grounds, hiking and walking around the property outside of these areas is not allowed.

Cameras: Cameras are permitted for photo taking. 

  *Ages 3 years and under free admission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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