Yakima Valley Wine Country

Wagon Rides, Christmas Trees and Campfires with Red Mountain Trails

12/2/2021 - 1/2/2022

Event submitted by: Red Mountain Trails

Location: Benton City

27314 Ambassador PR NE Benton City, WA 99320

Nothing says "Holidays" like a horse-drawn wagon ride, cozy campfire, and beautiful Christmas trees and gifts. Family-friendly event you can enjoy together, great outing for friends, and of course it's a fun way to entertain out of town guests.
Starting November 26th (Black Friday) we will be open noon to 4 pm. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED for wagon rides. We have a variety of cute, wild Christmas trees to choose from, as well as handmade wreaths, ornaments, gifts, and goat milk goodies from our own goats (who would love to meet you). Sign up for a wagon ride, add on a fire pit, wine flights (featuring wine from our own winery), and enjoy some s'mores! 
Miscellaneous snacks, charcuterie, Christmas trees, and gifts are available.  Click here for more information https://www.redmountaintrails.com/


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Nothing says "Holidays" like a horse-drawn wagon ride, cozy campfire, and beautiful Christmas trees and gifts. Family-friendly event you can enjoy together, great outing for friends, and of course it's a fun way to entertain out of town guests.
Starting November 26th (Black Friday) we will be open noon to 4 pm. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED for wagon rides. We have a variety of cute, wild Christmas trees to choose from, as well as handmade wreaths, ornaments, gifts, and goat milk goodies from our own goats (who would love to meet you). Sign up for a wagon ride, add on a fire pit, wine flights (featuring wine from our own winery), and enjoy some s'mores! 
Miscellaneous snacks, charcuterie, Christmas trees, and gifts are available.  Click here for more information https://www.redmountaintrails.com/


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