Timberline Ranch Presents the Forth Annual Family Festival

Timberline Ranch Presents the Forth Annual Family Festival

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On Saturday, April 23rd, Timberline Ranch in Maple Ridge will be hosting their fourth annual Family Festival! We had the pleasure of attending this event last year and I will tell you that is one that you will not want to miss!

This event will feature western shows, pony rides, hay rides, a petting zoo, a western photo booth, archery, climbing wall activities, door prizes, and a whole array of other exciting activities that are fun for families of all ages!

From 10 am to 4 pm on April 23, 2016, you can visit the ranch for a Family Festival that will be brimming with western fun. Here’s a look at the day’s activities, all included with admission:

  • Western Show (every hour)
  • Petting Zoo
  • Archery
  • Climbing Wall
  • Challenge Course
  • Western Photo Booth
  • Pony Rides (10 and under only)
  • Team Building Course
  • Hay Rides
  • Face Painting
  • Playground
  • Beach Volleyball
  • The Game Zone
  • Marshmallow Roasting
  • Putting Contest

Event Details: 

Where: Timberline Ranch – 22351 144th Avenue

When: Saturday, April 23, 2016

Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (rain or shine)

Tickets: Cost is only $5.00 per person or $20.00 maximum per family – online registration is required.

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The Timberline Ranch Family Festival 2016 Giveaway!

Timberline Ranch is generously gifting 2 of our readers with a family prize pack (up to 2 adults and 5 children per prize pack, however, all members of the winning family must come in the same vehicle). Each family prize pack is valued at $20 each and allows free entry to the event. This includes access to the activities: pony rides, archery, rock climb, enter below for your chance to win!

Open to Lower Mainland, BC  – Enter by April 12, 2016

Prize (2 winners) –

      • A Family Prize Pack up to 2 adults & 5 children (arriving in the same vehicle)

About Michelle Bastien

Originally from Nova Scotia, she is now living in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia with her husband and their three young sons. After working in customer service for over 16 years, she recently took the plunge to live her dream of being a homemaker. Her house is very loud and pretty crazy but she wouldn’t have it any other way.