The Pioneer Living Experience is your chance to feel like pioneers for a day
Pioneer Farm Tour, Folklore and Nature Trail programs are combined and extended to help you live like pioneers.
Cook your meals over the open fire (you bring the food/beverages), we’ll help you make a pioneer snack. Listen to folklore by firelight in the activity cabin. Kids will help with barn chores in the morning. To extend your second day you may wish to add the Centennial Schoolhouse Lesson, Native American Seasons Tour or Indianlore/Craft. Add a second night with the Native American Living Experience (added admission charged).
SPRING: Saturday-Sunday; March 15-Fathers Day
Pioneer Farm Tour : 11:15-4pm
SUMMER: DAILY; Fathers Day-Labor Day Weekend
Pioneer Farm Tour: daily 11:15-4pm
Native American Seasons Tour: Friday, Saturday, Sunday @ 1pm & 2:30pm
FALL: Saturday & Sunday; 11:15-4pm, Day after Labor Day-Day before Thanksgiving
WINTER: CLOSED THANKSGIVING THROUGH MARCH 14
FAMILY TOUR START TIMES:
- 11:15 | 11:30 | 12:00 | 12:45 | 1:00 | 1:30 | 2:15 | 2:30 | 3:00 | 3:45 | 4:00
Note: Please wear good closed toe shoes when visiting our farm
$35.00 per person, additional optional group tours $5.00 per person, minimum $700.00 per group.
Six adult chaperones are admitted at no charge when the minimum is met.
A refundable deposit of $100.00 is required to secure a date, due within 45 days after calling in your reservation, for the Pioneer Living Experience and Salish Living Experience.
Deposit is not refundable if program is canceled with less than 60 days notice.