Camano
Pumpkin Project

October 6 & 7, 2018
Kristoferson Farm

 
It's a kid-friendly fall festival that is also fun for the adults!

There's two days of fall fun at Kristoferson Farm at the second annual, "Camano Pumpkin Project!"

The "Project" expands to two days of  educational and fun fall activities!

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Activities Include:

  • • Launching pumpkins via trebuchets
  • • Family-Friendly Kids Activities
  • • Pie Eating Contests
  • • Pumpkin Carving Contest Dropoff Sunday
  • • Live music
  • • Beer Garden
  • • Food
  • • Lots of pumpkins to choose from
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Situated on scenic Camano Island, 60 miles north of Seattle, Kristoferson Farm is home to Canopy Tours Northwest zipline adventure and Terra Teams Challenge Course.

Founded in 1912, family-owned Kristoferson Farm has played host to everything from dairy cows to alpacas and now, with the help of the Kristoferson family’s newest generation, it continues to grow hay, fragrance and culinary lavender and pumpkins.

It’s also getting a second life as a recreation and culinary destination. The sustainably managed property covers 231 acres total, 100 of which are forested, 100 are dedicated to agriculture and the remaining property is open lake and streams. The farm’s centerpiece is a restored barn built in 1914 and listed on the national historic register.

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New this year is the Great Pumpkin Carving Contest. Carve your pumpkin before and then drop them off at the Pumpkin Project location at Kristoferson Farm on Sunday between 4 pm & 6 pm.

$5 Entry Fee
Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place


Kristoferson Farm - family owned since 1912.

All proceeds of the festival will benefit five local charities and parking is free this year!