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Saturday & Sunday, March 18 & 19, 2017
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
10 minutes west of Junction City on Ferguson Rd.
FREE ADMISSION, HELD RAIN OR SHINE!

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sponsored by and held at the Long Tom Grange, Junction City Oregon

FREE PARKING AT THE FESTIVAL!

Each year the  third weekend in March thousands of visitors from Eugene, Springfield, Corvallis, and beyond flock to Ferguson Road in Junction City to view mile after county mile of golden daffodils and enjoy a day of family fun at the Junction City Daffodil Festival!

The largest daffodil festival in the state, heralded by then-Governor Kulongoski, the Daffodil Drive Festival begins and ends with a drive to the historic Long Tom Grange on Ferguson Road in Junction City with miles of country roads showing off a dazzling display of wild, roadside daffodils.
Outdoor activities include wagon rides, venders, food, raffles, a quilt show and live music. Regardless of the weather, there are lots of things to do with a large “vender village,” and thousands of daffodils for sale.

300 Local Volunteers , Live Music, Daffodil Sales, Wagon Rides, Vendors, Antique Cars, Scenic Country Roads, Quilt Show, and Tons of Cinnamon Rolls!