MELON TOUR INFORMATION
Summer 2019 Tour Dates and Times TBA
What is it?
Nothing beats the summer heat like a big slice of juicy watermelon! Here at Tanaka Farms, we grow lots of different melons! From cantaloupe to the rare yellow watermelon,
How does it work?
Take a guided wagon ride around our 30 acre farm to see and learn about how summer fruits and vegetables grow! Taste some delicious fruits and vegetables during your wagon ride, then sit under a shaded tent and sample lots of fresh cut summer squash, different types of melon, and and take home a melon of your very own!
How much does it cost?
Admission to the farm: $4 (2 years and under are free) WEEKENDS ONLY! Admission is FREE Monday through Friday. Includes visiting with our rescue flock of chickens, photo opportunities, and play area.
Tour: $18.00 per person (2 years and under are free)
Entry Package: $20 (Save $2!) (2 years and under are free) Includes the tour, admission to the farm, visiting with our rescue flock of chickens, and play area. Active and retired Military personnel are eligible for FREE entry with ID.
Do I need a reservation?
NO RESERVATION REQUIRED. Please arrive 20 minutes beforehand to check in.
This is a real working farm and tours are subject to weather and crop availability. Check our website and Facebook for updates.
Saturday-Sunday (PLEASE CHECK OUR CALENDAR FOR DATES AND TIMES!)
Walk-on Tours available every half hour from 9:30am -2:30pm.
No reservation needed (unless booking a group rate).
Just arrive 15-20 minutes before the tour to check-in!
Monday-Friday (PLEASE CHECK OUR CALENDAR FOR DATES AND TIMES!)
Tour times vary! Unless otherwise stated, reservations are required. Please email us in advance to check available tour times at email@example.com
Weekday school tours and group tours are available by reservation only.
Public Drinking Water Is Not Available.
Bring your own or bottled water is available for purchase at $2.00 bottle.
FOR YOUR SAFETY we recommend wearing comfortable shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. Please avoid wearing sandals/flip-flops, open-toed shoes or high heels.
In complying with insurance policies, and for your protection, PETS and WAGONS are prohibited.