Closed For The Season

We are now closed to all guests while we dig all the tulips and prep for our Sunflower Festival

2022 Sunflowers

Our sunflower season will run from Labor Day through the month of September. Check back for updates as we begin our plantings in July.

Matteo Iadonisi from 6abc Visits the farm

About the Farm

Dalton Farms is a 99 acre family owned and run farm conveniently located in southern New Jersey just off 322, and in close proximity to the Commodore Barry Bridge (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 this season at dalton farms

Gorgeous tulips!🌷 The staff are fantastic! Very friendly and welcoming. It's a beautiful farm just minutes from Philadelphia. I look forward going back during sunflower season 🌻

Helen W.

Vast spread out of tulips enjoyed walking around which ends at beautiful lake where you can purchase food drinks beer and wine, sit eat & drink and relax and enjoy the beauty. Easy access and convenient parking

Rakesh S.

This place was incredible! The parking was easy. Getting in and out was fast and quick. They have stands of Farm products and handmade items at check out. They have food options, a beer garden, a wine stand, live music, sitting area, and a lake! They have props all over to take pics at. We went for the Tulips and can't wait for the Sunflowers!!! Dalton Farms was very nice and beautiful. We will definitely be back.

John K.