The 2018 Tolay Fall Festival offers two weekends of outdoor family fun at Tolay Lake Regional Park on Oct. 13-14 and Oct. 20-21.
- Explore the "Nighttime Creatures Barn" full of native and exotic snakes, birds of prey, tide pool animals, and taxidermied wildlife
- Venture into the "Creepy Crawly Room," where tarantulas and scorpions glow under black lights
- Take a hayride to a pumpkin patch and find the perfect Halloween pumpkin
- Enjoy Alaguali cultural activities Oct. 20-21, including basketry, flint knapping, and acorn processing
- Try farm activities like wool-carding and candle-dipping
- Enter the World-Record Pumpkin-Seed Spitting Contest
- Join hands-on demonstrations in archery, astronomy and nature photography
- Watch this Tolay Fall Festival video for a sneak peek.
Admission is $5 for adults and teens and $3 for children 12 and younger. Parking is $7. Regional Parks members get free one-time admission for two adults and two children and free parking when they show their parking tag at festival entrance.
Tolay Lake Regional Park is southeast of Petaluma at 5869 Lakeville Highway, at the end of Cannon Lane.