Lavender Valley Acres

Lavender Valley Acres 10041 CR 1410
Apache, OK 73006

Phone: 580-588-2855
Fax: 580-588-2837
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Lavender Valley Acres in Apache specializes in aromatic lavender plants and lavender products.  Winner of the 2010 Outstanding Agritourism Attraction at the Oklahoma Governor's Conference on Tourism, Lavender Valley Acres invites visitors to take a tour of the farm and to enjoy the gorgeous scenery that hits its peak in late spring.  An experience reminiscent of a walk in the French countryside, this agritourism attraction features rows of lavender buds bursting with bright purple hues.  Come to Lavender Valley Acres in Apache to enjoy fields of lavender, a garden walk and an ...

Lavender Valley Acres in Apache specializes in aromatic lavender plants and lavender products.  Winner of the 2010 Outstanding Agritourism Attraction at the Oklahoma Governor's Conference on Tourism, Lavender Valley Acres invites visitors to take a tour of the farm and to enjoy the gorgeous scenery that hits its peak in late spring.  An experience reminiscent of a walk in the French countryside, this agritourism attraction features rows of lavender buds bursting with bright purple hues.  Come to Lavender Valley Acres in Apache to enjoy fields of lavender, a garden walk and an on-site store featuring lavender products such as soaps and lotions.  The annual Lavender Festival is typically held in June.

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  • Discounts: Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Open Seasonally

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Open March 15 to July 31.

From the T-stop at north end of Apache, turn left. Go west 4 1/2 miles on Hwy 19. Turn right (north) on Tar Rd (CS2550) and go 5 miles. Turn left (west) on gravel road (CR1410) and go 3/4 mile.

Primary Contact:

Jag Sodhi

Events

From Apr 11, 2015
to May 30, 2015

Free Yoga Class

Jun 13, 2015

Lavender Festival

Nov 13, 2015

Fall Open House




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From JS on 12/27/13

Excellent Festival for the family to enjoy ten varieties of Lavender at one location, to learn how to grow successfully Lavender in Oklahoma, to learn how to propagate Lavender plants, learn to establish herb garden in Oklahoma. I look forward to this event every year! Beautiful Lavender fields all around, peacocks, great food and Jag and his family are so gracious and welcoming! Of course they have lavender plants and products available. Every year they invite vendors, musicians and belly dancers, oh my! It's so much fun, I so look forward to it. Enjoyed beautiful Lavender fields all around, peacocks, great food cooked with lavender. Lavender cookies, cakes and tea are so delicious. Enjoyed different vendors selling unique items, musicians and belly dancers, oh my! It's so much fun, I so look forward to it.


From Laurie Firestone on 05/24/13

I look forward to this event every year! Beautiful Lavender fields all around, peacocks, great food and Jag and his family are so gracious and welcoming! Of course they have lavender plants and products available. Every year they invite vendors, musicians and belly dancers, oh my! It's so much fun, I so look forward to it.


From Lisa Windle on 05/24/13

This is one of the many beautiful things to visit in this area of Oklahoma. Every year I have looked forward to attending this event. Excellent food, hosts, and atmosphere.


From Dotti Call on 05/24/13

I look forward to this event every year. The people who organize and attend are always super positive and fun, the atmosphere is laid back and relaxed, and the food is great! I also love the views across the open prairie from the back of the property, and all the lovely lavender growing all around. And peacocks! There isn't anything else like Lavender Fest in our state!


From Tammy Johns on 05/24/13

I have been attending this event every year for the last 3 years and I just love it! The people are wonderful, the entertainment is fantastic, the vendors are friendly and the scenery is breathtaking. If you are looking for a day getaway, you will truly enjoy this event!


From christie Giles on 05/24/13

this festival is full of Heart! in a beautiful setting, with music, dance, great food, and artist. Always a fun day, with wonderful people. I have been many times and have loved each trip to this peaceful place filled with good energy and the smell of lavender!


From Jehan on 05/17/13

This is a small event in Apache Oklahoma, it is not a giant commercialized festival, it is a family's home, and the people are very kind. The drive is also pretty. Yes it is small, more like a get together of positive people, as for products they do have a lot of lavender products, and a lot of lavender plants for sale


From Anil on 11/23/11

This place is somewhere between a joke and a rip off. The lavender farms seemed like the setting for animal farm or any other horror movie. The shop consisted of clothes, jewellery and if you look really really closely and if you're lucky...you'll see a handful of lavender products. The only visible attractions are the peacocks...but I would not drive 2 hours just to see a bunch of peacocks...might as well as go to the OKC zoo. Trust me - even doing nothing is preferable to a visit to the Lavender Valley


From Lynda on 04/27/11

Many Award Winners. Excellent Festival. Very Enjoyable and Educational.


From pam mindemann on 03/14/10

it is the worst example of a festival ever and the place is a mess not kept up at all


 
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