DescriptionSettled in 1865 by Scandinavian farmers, Carnation took the name of a neighboring dairy farm that was famous for its superior dairy herds. The daily activities of a working farm can be observed mid-May through October at Remlinger Farms, half a mile south on SR 203, then a quarter of a mile east to 32610 N.E. 32nd Street. Other highlights include animal viewing and petting, seasonal festivals and entertainment as well as puppet shows, a roller coaster, a carousel and pony and miniature steam train rides; phone (425) 333-4135.
Visitors can experience the daily life of a 14th-century English town at Camlann Medieval Village , 10320 Kelly Rd. N.E. During most weekends from late April through September 30, costumed “villagers” conduct 2-hour tours of the replica village and demonstrate blacksmithing, weaving, cooking and gardening as these tasks were performed in the era of Geoffrey Chaucer—the late 1300s. Banquets and festivals are held periodically. Phone (425) 788-8624.