Our Tulip Season has ended and we have moved into our Strawberry and bulb digging events.
Tickets and information for both our U-Pick Strawberries and the Tulip Bulb Dig can be found below.
These are separate events, please purchase accordingly.
Tickets will be limited based on strawberry availability throughout the season.
Tickets will be posted 2 days in advance so that we can monitor the field. Tickets must be purchased online prior to visit.
Any person entering the strawberry fields must have an admission ticket.
--Tickets to reserve your spot are $2 PER PERSON(all ages 3+).
Tickets are for strawberry picking only, access to all other areas of the farm will be closed.
Strawberries will be sold by the pound at $6 per pound.
Quart picking containers are available for .25 cents. A quart container filled flat to the top is roughly 1 pound.
Methods of payments in the field for strawberries-- Credit/Debit, Google/Apple Pay & Venmo
Tulip Bulb Days
We have started digging our bulbs and they will be available for sale starting Saturday from 11-5. We will be open 7 days a week for bulbs until the end of may.
Tickets for the Tulips bulbs will be sold online to space out visitors. The bulbs will be dug and left in the field in their rows for you to collect the varieties and colors you prefer.
The ticket price for bulbs will be $15 for a bucket(plus sales tax and fees). Each bucket holds roughly 80 bulbs.
Tickets are per bucket and not per person. Please keep this in mind when purchasing tickets.
About the Farm
Dalton Farms is a 99 acre family owned and run farm conveniently located in southern New Jersey just off of 322, and in close proximity to Commodore Barry (3.7 Miles), and Delaware Memorial Bridge (12 Miles). With family ties to the farm extending back to 1790, the Dalton family is proud to continue this tradition now under the ownership of Keith, Ann, and Connor.
Owning the farm has been a dream for Keith since he was ten years old. Now, Dalton Farms has become a place of adventure with a beautiful 6 acre lake and 10 thriving beehives. Along with his good friend, Chris Viereck of Random Acts of Farmage Agritainment, Dalton Farms decided to take a leap of faith, much like Keith’s grandfather, and planted 1.2 million sunflowers of all varieties and the 1st Annual Dalton Farms Sunflower Festival was born in 2019.
hear what visitors are saying about dalton farms
Absolutely beautiful farm! The variety of sunflowers were amazing! The staff were very friendly and they gave fun facts about the farm. Can't wait to come back to visit in the spring!
I spent a beautiful Sunday with my daughter at Dalton Farms this weekend. It was such a nice quick getaway, and my daughter LOVED the sunflower fields, and the hayride! Such a great way to spend a September afternoon.
The staff is so friendly. This really is a family owned and operated farm and they treat their guests like so! This was well worth the drive.