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Tolay Fall Festival
The Tolay Fall Festival features outstanding guided tours of Tolay Lake by a ranger that covers large areas of the Tolay Lake Regional Park, which includes spectacular views on a clear day. Tours range from 45 minutes to over an hour and is a great way to just sit back, unwind, enjoy the fall weather and the change of season.
The festival is spread out in the ranch area and is very family friendly. A giant pumpkin patch, children's farm, arts and crafts, Indian village, kiddie corral are just some of the many attractions available to experience at the Tolay Fall Festival. Try your hand in the popular World-Record Pumpkin Seed Spitting Contest. The Tolay Fall Festival is a celebration of this preserved land. Truly worth the drive, it's a great feeling as you drive up the hill to the festival. You get a really secluded feeling and a sense of peacefulness in this beautiful natural preserve that stretches over 1,769 acres.
This year the Fall Festival will be running from October 15-18 and 21-25, however weekdays are reserved for school groups, therefore the public is encouraged to attend on Saturdays and Sundays, Oct 17-18 and 24-25.
$7 parking fee