Ranch Day

The Henry Coe State Park Equestrian Mounted Assistance Unit hosts the annual Ranch Day event every spring at Hunting Hollow.
The event is a perennial favorite with families.






Farm animals
including sheep, chickens, miniature horses,
draft horses, rabbits and
turkeys greet visitors at
Ranch Day.


Exhibits and workshops demonstrate the history and lifestyles of Native American families and ranch families that inhabited the Coe region in recent centuries.  ranch-artifacts

A nature exhibit allows children to touch and see some of the wildlife that call Coe home.
Children can explore the nearby stream for bugs, fish and frogs. Bring rubber boots!

Hotdogs and nonacholic drinks will be available for a small fee.

Spring weather is unpredictable, so dress in layers. 

See the Henry Coe event calendar for more information
about the Ranch Day event.




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