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Eleven Roses Ranch Historic Ranch Tours

April 11, 2020 -
April 30, 2020
11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Price: $60 for seniors over 65, Adults $65, children aged 5-12 are $45, and kids under 5 are free with an adult or senior.
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Eleven Roses Ranch
5456 New Long Valley Road
Clear Lake Oaks, CA 95423
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Contact Information:
Event ID: 194314
Phone: 707.998.4471
Web: http://www.elevenrosesranch.com/
Opening for the season on Saturday, April 11th, you will step back in time on this historic ranch nestled in a secluded mountain valley in Lake County. This one of a kind tour features a narrated, mule-drawn wagon tour filled with history, spring-time wildflowers and breath taking scenery.

When you arrive you will be treated like family while you enjoy complimentary local wines and refreshments. Music is provided by local musicians Don Coffin on guitar and Andi Skelton on the fiddle.

Your hostess, Anne Garner, will tell you of her family, who settled the valley in 1883, along with local legends and lore. You will meet draft mules, John and Sally as they pull their unique covered wagon through fields of flowers and Oak woodlands. Your day is complete with a Chuck-wagon BB-Q topped off with Dutch oven cobbler for dessert. This tour is very senior and family user friendly.

Reservations are required and tours fill up fast as the season is short.
Prices are $60 for seniors over 65, Adults $65, children aged 5-12 are $45, and kids under 5 are free with an adult or senior.

For reservations please call 707-998-4471 or fill out the online form at www.ElevenRosesRanch.com
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