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Cramer's Western Town

 
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Kids and Adults
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Commercial / For Profit
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Pumpkin Patches, Kids Parties, Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly), Other Events
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Petting zoo, train rides, pony rides, fun zone (hay jump, whole corn to play in, duck race with water pump) hay maze, horse drawn wagon rides to pumpkin patch, pumpkins naturally grown, hand led draft horse rides, hay toss, and more!

Dan Cramer’s Western Town hosts events including birthday parties, weddings, company parties, and more! We can host events outside at our location located in beautiful northern Whatcom County where you can enjoy the open country with scenic mountain views. Inside, we can offer undercover events in our rustic, western-themed barn regardless of weather. We also do wagon rides, mobile petting zoo, and western-style decor for your event—for kids and adults—an enjoyable and memorable one. Email Haunt Owner
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