A Living History Experience
In Pioneer Town, children will journey back to the days of California's Old West where they'll learn about the Native American Indians who first settled here. This time travel is shared through hands-on activities, stories, dance and song.
Starting with the Gold Rush Era, kids will pan for gold, then use their treasures to buy trinkets at the trading post. Through crafts like basket weaving and soapstone carving, kids will be transported back to the days when there were no TVs, computers or cell phones.
Other Pioneer Town activities include, roping steer (no, not our real one!), making butter, grinding wheat, making musical instruments and washing clothes on a wash board…the old fashioned way!
Pioneer Town combines the beauty of Native American culture with those of the early settlers in a fun and engaging way. The experience inspires children to embrace their own culture, accept diversity and appreciate the luxuries they have in our modern world.
Offered Monday through Friday
10am to 12pm or
1pm to 3pm
$10/child with a minimum group price of $300.00.
Add on admission to the petting zoo for half price at $2.50/child.
Adults are free.
Should you choose to have lunch afterwards, you may use our picnic area.