This past year we went on opening day. It’s not always a good idea to go that early, because not all the tulips have started to bloom. This year it had been warm and we were in the area, so we figured it was worth a shot. Last year I stopped by the day before opening day and there were no tulips.
Check the field report on their website before you drive all the way out there.
There is a $5 per car entry fee. Once you’ve enter you can roam around the tulip fields for no additional charge. The admission fee also included some games for kids and the kid play areas.
They have vendors selling crafts and food. They also had a zipline, bounce house, and jumping area all for an additional charge.
Out in the tulip fields is a great place to take a family photo or some pictures of your kids.
This game, a duck race, is included in your admission.
My oldest son would be so mad if he knew I had posted this photo. Ha!
Here are two of the areas set up for kids to play. There were at least two other play areas.
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