2024 Southern Oregon Lavender Trail Festivals:

June 21 – 23 and July 12 – 14 10am – 5pm

Many of the farms on the trail are open every weekend during lavender season but each year we hold two Lavender Festivals, one in June and one in July.  These weekends are scheduled during the height of lavender bloom when the fields are in their prime. The Southern Oregon Lavender Festival is a self-guided tour of six lavender farms and visitors will typically visit all the destinations over the course of one or two days – be sure to use our map to plan your drive.

The lavender is always the star and makes for some stunning family photos but in addition during the festivals you will find lavender plants, lavender products produced by the farms, and u-pick lavender at most of the destinations. In addition, you can expect to find extra events and activities at many of the locations. These may include food and beverage vendors, live music, lavender-related demonstrations and classes, and other vendor booths.

Each farm offers different events and activities, so be sure to visit all the lavender destinations to see what they have to offer! Most of the farms will announce festival line-ups on social media.

Basket Winner 2023

Don’t Miss the Lavender Gift Basket Raffle

This year we are raffling off a gift basket of lavender goodies from our farms to one lucky lavender lover! Pick up one of our passport cards at any of the six farms. To be entered to win, be sure to visit all six farms and have your card stamped at each stop. Turn your completed card in by July 31st, 2024 at any of the farms. All completed cards will be entered into the raffle and a winner will be drawn at the end of the lavender season. Please be sure your name and email address are easy to read so we can contact you if you win!


The subject of this year’s lavender trail poster was inspired by local historic McKee Bridge in Applegate which is now 107 years old – the oldest covered bridge on record and the highest at 45 feet above the water. Look for the McKee bridge on our map if you would like to visit while you are on the trail. For more information visit www.McKeeBridge.org.