Programs at Kelsey Creek Farm

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Kelsey Creek Farm's barnyard and surrounding areas, playground and picnic shelter are closed. Most walking trails are still open.

The farm's programs emphasize its uniqueness, with children's recreational programs, seasonal camps, pony care and farm experience classes, farm-themed tours, and many volunteer opportunities. 

Farm Tours for Schools and Groups (listed below)
Experience Kelsey Creek Farm with a tour designed specifically for groups. Tours are available on weekdays and are approximately one hour long. To schedule your tour, contact Kelsey Creek Farm at KelseyCreekFarm@bellevuewa.gov or 425-452-7688. 

  • Ages: Most tours are appropriate for children ages 2 years and older. 
  • Fees: $90 for 15 or fewer people (children and adults). Additional attendees: $6/child and $2.50/adult. Staff are free. 

Kids on the Farm Group Tour 
Available Jan-April 
Explore our farm with hands-on fun as you meet our goats, sheep, rabbits, chickens and ponies. Learn interesting animal facts, then move inside to experience the old-fashioned skill of wool carding. Children create fuzzy sheep to take home.

Springtime in the Barnyard Group Tour 
Available May only
Welcome springtime in the barnyard with a hands-on tour amongst our favorite animals. Oink like a pig, befriend a goat, feed a cow, admire a chicken, plus more. Learn about their care, then get dirty in the garden planting pumpkin seeds.

Fall at the Farm Group Tour 
Available October only 
Experience harvest season in a traditional way. Visit a pony and pig. Work on barn “chores” with child-sized pails and rakes. Tour the garden and pumpkin patch. Children finish up by choosing a pumpkin from our harvest-themed indoor pumpkin patch! Extra fee for pumpkins.

Pioneer Days Group Tour 
Available November only 
Imagine life in the 1880’s in our authentic log cabin. Children participate in activity stations learning to grind wheat and coffee, churn butter, hammer nails, pump water, play dress up, and engage in more living history skills. Storytelling about pioneer life with Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House books helps children compare their life based on electricity and modern conveniences with the lives of Laura and Mary.