Pumpkin Harvest Self-Guided Tours

Our self-guided tours are now available Tuesday and Wednesday, the 29th & 30th of October, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (gate closes at 2:00 p.m.)

October 4th and 31st - Special Needs and Toddlers only day. 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.
(gate closes at 1:00 p.m.)

(We also offer Guided Tours Click here )

The Fall Harvest Educational Self-Guided Tours are perfect for large or small groups that want to stay and play all day or just want the ability to move around the park at their own pace without a guide. (Reservations are required. See below.) Our Self- Guided tours make learning so much fun! In our ongoing effort to keep our Educational Self-Guided Tours affordable for everyone, we will allow 2 adult entries (free of charge) for every 20 children paying for entry to our tour. Come and join us for a fun day of learning on the farm!

Pioneer Home-You’ll be able to walk through an authentically furnished pioneer home and listen to our own Pioneer Woman explain how the first settlers survived in the West. You will get to hear all about how the early settlers came to the west, learned to grow crops and created tools to survive on the harsh frontier.

Corn Milling: Come and learn about how important corn crops were to the early pioneer settlers and how they are used today. You will get to see a demonstration about milling corn and the many tools that have been used over the years for this purpose. Learn all about how the pioneers developed methods to store valuable corn to last them over the hard winters. Hear about how the settlers used corn as currency to barter for other important frontier supplies. Everyone will be interested in learning about the many stages of the corn’s development from the field to your dinner table!

Country Fair Theater- Sit and relax while you enjoy our award winning singer/songwriters and elementary educators Eric Ode, or Cyndi Soup. Join us for a children's musical celebration live in our very own Country Fair Theater.

Steam Train: Did you know that the steam trains played a very large role in the development of modern society. Many early settlers worked their way out west laying tracks and paving the way to transport machinery and people, forever changing the face of industry in America. Take a ride on our authentic steam train and transport yourself back to the days of the pioneers, winding through the trees and along the river. Imagine yourself discovering new land that you had never seen before!

4-H Barnyard: Animals played a key role in the lives of farmers and pioneers over the years. They have long been used as a very important part of agriculture. Come and visit our animal barnyard and listen to Bonnie tell you all about the many varieties of animals and what role they play in farm life. You will be able to get up close and see how all of your favorite farm animals live. Hear all about our friendly sheep, alpacas, chickens, rabbits, pigs, goats, donkeys and geese. You may want to wear your farmer’s overalls because you will practically be an expert by the time you leave!

(Note: Hand washing stations are provided outside of the animal petting areas -- please use them to do your part to protect yourself and your children from potential exposure to e. coli which is a naturally occurring bacteria and is always potentially present with live animals).

Hay Jump and Climbing Wall: Hay and straw are a very important part of the farm! It is used for feeding the animals and keeping them comfortable and warm through the long winter. You will get to experience what hay storage would look like on the farm, but don’t worry, we won’t put you to work; our hay storage is for fun and play! You will get to enjoy our 1,000 bale hay maze and hay jump. Test your climbing skills on our horizontal climbing wall in the safety of the soft, dry hay!

Bee Education: Everyone will be buzzing about our bee demonstration! You will see bees in a whole new light by the time you finish your visit of our bee hive. Learn all about how important these tiny little creatures are to all of us! We will talk about what role bees play in the pollination of the crops that we all enjoy on our tables every day. You will learn all about how the bees make the delicious sweet honey that we all love. Beeee sure that you don’t miss this one!

Marble Mountain: Explore the tower and tunnel on our very own Marble Mountain.

NW Animal Exhibit: Learn to identify the tracks of the local NW animals. You will enjoy learning how to tell the difference between a raccoon and a cougar just by the footprint that they leave. See how a coyote has 4 toes but a skunk has five!

Country Fair Rides: Selected Country Fair rides such as the Flying Pumpkins and Spinning Barrels will be open for even more fun on the farm.

Gift for You- as an added bonus, each person chooses their own pumpkin to take home at the end of the tour (adults have the option of choosing a coupon to be redeemed in our Direct Farm Market).

The Fall Harvest Self- Guided tour is a great educational value at only $9 per person.
You'll want to come back again and again for this affordable tour!

Reservations are required for ALL Tours

To make your reservation, click to use our Self-Guided Tour Application Form,
or call 425-333-4135 ext. 5.
(Reservations are not final until confirmed by Remlinger Farms.)

NOTE: We reserve the right to close the park early on Self-Guided tour days if there is a lack of reservations or if there is severely inclement weather. Please be sure you have confirmed your reservations before coming out to the farm for a Self-Guided Spring Tour.

*some rides may be temporarily unavailable due to circumstances beyond our control*
 

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