Remlinger Farms – Online Special Today – Monday October 4th

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For those of you who are planning on making a trip to Remlinger Farms for their Fall Pumpkin Harvest Festival this year, if you buy your ticket online today ONLY (Monday10/4/10) -you can get a FREE ticket for their Family Fun Park, which will be open in May 2011. Remlinger Farms is located in Carnation, WA & this is a place that’s not to be missed during the fall months.

Their Fall Pumpkin Harvest Festival runs from September 25th – October 31st & they really have something for all ages. This is not exactly the best place to go on a budget as their prices are $15.25/ticket – but in my opinion, it really can be worth it if you’re looking for an all-day experience at the pumpkin patch.  They offer mini-fair rides, Pedal Go-Cart track, petting farm, a farm theater with songs by Eric Ode, a popular children’s entertainer; wagon rides, corn mazes & much, much more.  Go HERE to see all that Remlinger Farms has to offer in the month of October.

I took my oldest daughter when she was about 1 1/2 years old & we had alot of fun; although I think it really would have been more worth the cost,  it if she’d been a bit older to be able to take advantage of all the fun rides & attractions they offered. So, I think this is perfect for the preschool or elementary crowd!

Stay tuned later this week as I will give you a list of some popular pumpkin patches around the NW! Feel free to leave a comment with your favorite pumpkin patch if you’d like it included in the list!

Thanks Robin!

3 Comments

  1. Remlinger also does a “June Tours” event in early June for only $8 compared to the usual $12-$16. It is a weekday self guided tour on usually Thursday & Friday with 4 different dates to choose from. They have a limited amount of rides open, but there is usually nobody else there. We rode the rollercoaster 17 times in a row. Open activities usually include: Petting Zoo, Hay Jump, Carosel Horses, Ferris Wheel, Spinning Barrels, Flying Pumpkins, Rollercoaster, Train and the various “climb-ons”. Zero crowds and plenty to do. I guess this weekday tour is geared towards schools, but my playdate friends and I always make a reservation and go together. Check their website closer to spring for 2011 dates.

  2. Prices listed right now are just under $12/ticket, which is better than $15, but still pricey. Especially since they charge @ 1 yr old & up. I hate places that do that. 2 years seems reasonable to me as that’s the age MOST kids can “really” enjoy everything.

  3. Ouch! I was reading the wrong spot. Fair admission just under 12, Fall Harvest is almost $17 this year, so definitely gone up in price! (and again, 1 yr & up)

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