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Los Rios Rancho The Living History Tour

 Fall Tours Group size 25 minimum September – Mid-November Tuesday through Friday

Take a horse-drawn hayride through the woods, visit an authentic log cabin set up for a pioneer family, press your own cider on vintage presses,  and choose 1 additional activity from toymaking, cabin life/chores, tinsmithing, candlemaking, a barnyard visit or leathercraft. 

Little Seedlings Ranch  at Los Rios Rancho:  Tuesdays - Fridays during the Fall Season only. T ours begin at 10am Group size - 25 Minimum

The Little Seedling Ranch Tour is geared towards our younger guests. Children can visit with the barnyard critters, scale the hay bale fort and mini-maze, play in the log cabin area and meet Johnny Appleseed. This go-at-your-own pace tour is available

Riley's Apple Farm Phone: 909 797-4061 Toll Free 866-585-6407   Rileys Apple  Farm School Tours

Your school or group can customize your visit and choose from a number of activities, all of which are listed on our tour form, which includes everything from pressing apple cider (Autumn) to planting an apple tree (Spring) to “homesteading”a frontier cabin. Young folks can even stack a cabin themselves! The morning begins with a musical introduction where students can join the jug band and the songs performed reflect an old time past.

  Our tour activities  are:  Cider Pressing, Gold Panning, Hayride, Rope Making, Archery, Corn Husk Doll Making, Kazoo Making, Corn Grinding, Johnny Cake Baking, Frontier Cabin Adventure, and Tree Planting. 

Our hours are 10am to 4pm. 

 All classes are designed to be interactive and engage students in learning skills and characteristics of a bygone era.  Stone Soup Farm Living History Tours

Riley’s Stone Soup Farm & Heritage Orchard P hone: (951) 769-2083 Email info@rileysstonesoupfarm.com Website www.rileysstonesoupfarm.com

Your journey into the American past…

Back in the days before the many distractions of the modern age, daily life proceeded at nature’s pace. A tour with Stone Soup Farm will transport you to a bygone era of agrarian living. With a hands-on approach to history, our interpreters provide insight into a farmstead way of life while participants are being engaged in keeping centuries-old traditions alive. Get inspired by the sights and sounds of 19th century America on a working apple farm or have living history brought to your location through our farm-to-school programs.

We are experienced in working with all ages and styles of learning, including: 

* Field trips for public, private and independent schools * Homeschool field trips and group gatherings  * Scouting field trips and skilled based workshops

California Pioneer Gold Rush Lewis & Clark Expedition Farmhand Adventure Harvest Homestead Thanksgiving Pilgrim Settler Life in Colonial America

Contact us soon for programs that will leave your students with inspiring memories for years to come.

info@rileysstonesoupfarm.com

(951) 769-2083

Oak Tree Village  specializes in offering a fun field trip for kids of all ages. 

Huck Fin Fishing Tour California Gold Rush  Pioneer Farm Life Nature / Bird  Grades K – 2 Animal Basics   Lets Protect our Earth   Middle School Field Trip Harvest Group Tours

Oak Tree Animal Park

Come visit the Oak Glen Petting Zoo? Some of our animals include ponies, Macaws, laughing Kukaburras, Goats, Pigs and Deer. The new addition is our beautiful baby goat. We bought it at auction several weeks ago and are bottle feeding it.  In our Petting Zoo there are a lot of baby animals for your kids to pet and lay down next to. Along with the Petting Zoo, we have Pony rides for the kids and a Trout Ponds to fish in.

Many Different Educational Tours and Private Events are Available in Oak Glen  

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