Love Your Local Farmer

The young and young at heart will find delight in every corner of the farm, cue our stunning u-pick sunflower and zinnia fields, colorful pumpkin patch and thrilling festival rides. Come celebrate the fall harvest season with us, there’s a lifetime of memories just waiting to be made at the farm.

Our Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch will be held Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays beginning October 5th.

Held October 5th through November 3rd, 2019

Sunday
11AM - 7PM
Monday
closed
Tuesday
closed
Wednesday
11AM - 7pm
Thursday
closed
Friday
closed
Saturday
11am - 7pm

PLEASE NOTE THAT SCHOFIELD ROAD IS A LAKE COUNTY CLAY ROAD. SOUTHERN HILL FARMS IS A WORKING FARM AND DOES NOT HAVE A PAVED PARKING LOT, YOU WILL BE PARKING AND WALKING IN A GRASS FIELD.

Seasonal Crops

On our one hundred twenty acre farm, our perennial plantings include forty acres of blueberry bushes, five acres of peach trees and sixty eight acres of ornamental trees. Our newest crops include delightful sunflowers and zinnias, both of which are available for picking during our Spring U-pick and Fall Festival. We’ll be planting strawberries within the next couple of years which allows us to extend our u-pick season, giving you another harvest to enjoy at the farm (in case the fresh donuts weren’t enough). Our Fall Festival is a family destination to remember, held weekends in October.

Blueberry u-pick at Southern Hill Farms in Clermont, FL.

Our blueberry harvest is mid-March through May

Peach u-pick at Southern Hill Farms in Clermont, FL.

Our peach harvest is April through May

Sunflower u-pick at Southern Hill Farms in Clermont, FL.

Our sunflower harvest is spring and fall

Zinnia u-pick at Southern Hill Farms in Clermont, FL.

Our zinnia harvest is spring and fall

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