Warmer temperatures are here, and along with Summer comes all the fun! One location to get your fill of fun is Middleton Farms' Strawberry Festival in Pasco. It's a free event featuring tons of family fun and strawberries. Lots, and lots of strawberries!
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When is the Strawberry Festival?
The festival is EVERY Saturday from 9 am till 2 pm. (Weather permitting) Bring the family to Middleton Farms in Pasco at 1050 Pasco-Kahlotus Road for food, strawberry picking, and more!
What kind of food and refreshments are available?
It's all about strawberries, of course! Strawberry donuts, strawberry sundaes, strawberry lemonade, kettle corn, and more!
What sorts of activities are there?
Middleton Farms Strawberry Festival features zip lines, the ball zone, duck races, trike races, bull ring toss, jumping pillows, the grain train, barrel train, and hay rides! It's a lot of fun all jam-packed into 5 hours on Saturdays throughout the month of June.
Is there an admission cost?
No. Entry to the strawberry festival is FREE. However, a $10 wristband allows kids to experience the ball zone, jumping pillows, trike races, hay rides, and duck races.
Where is Middleton Farms?
Middleton Farms is located at 1050 Pasco-Kahlotus Road in Pasco.
You're encouraged to wear good walking shoes, especially if you plan to pick strawberries! For more information, visit the Middleton Farms Facebook page.
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