10th Annual Fall Festival
Join us for the 10th annual Fall Festival, one of our biggest events of the year! This family-friendly harvest festival offers something for everyone and is the perfect community event to celebrate autumn in the High Sierra.
Enjoy a day of special performances, live music, costume competition, kids carnival area, arts and crafts vendors, a pumpkin patch, pony rides, seasonal beer offerings, Oktoberfest-inspired food and more!
Plus, dog owners are invited to bring their four-legged friends to participate in the popular Doggie Dip taking place at the Northwoods Clubhouse Pool. Dogs are welcome but must be on leash when not in the pool area.
Date: Saturday, Oct. 12
Location: Tahoe Donner Northwoods Clubhouse
Entry Ticket Purchase Required.
Tickets are required for entry into Fall Festival providing access to ALL events and activities.*
|Adult (Age 16+)||$5*||$10*|
|Kids (Age 2-15)||$20*||$25*|
|Infants (Under 2)||Free||Free|
* Day of pricing will be $5 more.
2019 Kids Tickets Include:
- Hassle-free event entry with UNLIMITED ACCESS to the spooky maze, bounce house, bungee sky jump, climbing wall, face painting, doggy dip and live music.
- Admission also includes:
- (1) Sweet Treat of Choice (caramel apple, cotton candy or popcorn). Additional quantities of each will be available for purchase.
- (1) Pony Ride for ages 6 and under. (Must be under 60 pounds). Ages 7 and older (or over 60 pounds) can participate in (1) Tie Dye Activity.
- (1) Balloon Animal.
*Please Note: Pumpkins, food and drinks are not included with ticket purchase and can be purchased separately. Pizza slices will be available for purchase from Pizza on the Hill from 11AM-4PM.
|11AM-4:30PM||Free shuttle bus pick-up and drop-off from Trout Creek Rec Center to Northwoods Clubhouse|
|11AM-4PM||Festival Hours: Pumpkin patch, kids carnival area, arts & craft vendors, doggy dip in Northwoods Pool, BBQ & beer garden, live entertainment|
|11-11:55AM||Wild Things Animal Show #1|
|1-1:50PM||Wild Things Animal Show #2|
|2-4PM||Performance by the Sugar Pines from the Tahoe Truckee School of Music|