The Tolay Fall Festival presents two weekends of old-time, nature-based fun. More than just a pumpkin patch, the Tolay Fall Festival is a seasonal celebration of the beauty and history of this special park. Fall Festival activities are low-key, hands-on and educational by design.
Explore the "Nighttime Creatures Barn" full of native and exotic snakes, birds of prey, tide pool animals, and taxidermied wildlife; Venture into the "Creepy Crawly Room," where tarantulas and scorpions glow under black lights; Take a hayride to a pumpkin patch and find the perfect Halloween pumpkin; Enjoy Alaguali cultural activities, including basketry, flint knapping, and acorn processing; Try farm activities like wool-carding and candle-dipping; Enter the World-Record Pumpkin-Seed Spitting Contest; Join hands-on demonstrations in archery, astronomy and nature photography; Compete in gunnysack races. Find your way through a straw maze. Pet barnyard animals; Sample food and desserts from local vendors or bring a picnic;