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The Farm is a farm-themed outdoor amusement facility that features a variety of attractions and amenities. There is a corn maze in the shape of Washington State, a miniature golf course, wagon rides, and even live duck races.
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16404 14th St. NE, Snohomish, WA 98290 MoreLess Info
This healing spa offers 9 types of massage, steam room shower combos, hydrotherapy, Jacuzzi, and a zen courtyard. Amenities include sarongs, towels, keyless security lockers, and complimentary snacks, ice cream, cookies, and beverages.
This working pumpkin farm has seasonal and year round activities, including a gift shop, Harvest Market, corn maze, 20-acres of pumkin fields, 3-D Pumpkin Barn Adventure, face painting, hayrides, Espresso Shop, Craven Farm Cook Shack, and Pumpkin Slinger.
A nonprofit local theater, the Thumbnail Theater presents a variety of theatrical and musical productions, as well as open mic nights and other special events. They also offer a number of classes for aspiring performers of all ages.
Situated along the Snohomish River, the Farm at Swan's Trail offers a wide range of outdoor farm-based amusement for families. Depending on the season, the farm has apple picking, a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, nine-hole putting course, and live duck races.
Willis Tucker Park is considered to be a prominent community meeting place that holds local events like a farmer's market and outdoor amphitheater performances. Other facilities include a basketball court, summer spray park, and off-leash dog area.
The Riverside Gallery features works from artist Elaine LaFlemme, an abstractist and impressionist. The gallery also offers art classes for anyone over the age of 16 and features lessons in recreating famous works, working with oils, and working with acrylics.