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Local ghost town offers spooky delights for all ages

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Photo by Sarah Hart

If shooting at zombie targets isn’t appealing, visitors to Redbo Farm can always have a souvenir photograph taken at the cowboy cutout stand. Here, volunteer guides Esmy Ramiro, Austin Beierle and Shasta Bonewell (L-R) show how it’s done.

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Photo by Julia Hart

Nguyen and Shiree Hung of Seattle brought their children, Jaida and Andrew, to Sunnyside’s Redbo Farm as part of a family outing this past Saturday. Here, they discuss the different attractions offered with farm operator Bev Beierle. Farm hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each weekend.

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Redbo Farm volunteer tour guides Austin Beierle and Shasta Bonewell (L-R) stand ready to welcome visitors to the zombie target range located at Redbo Farms entertainment center, located just off Alexander Road, south of Sunnyside.

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Bev Beierle, partially hidden by the forest of cocooned bodies, welcomes visitors to Redbo Farm each weekend throughout October for a bit of spooky family fun. Beierle opened the family fun center on Oct. 6. The ghost town attraction is open each weekend through Oct. 31.

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A short drive out Alexander Road to Redbo Farm is journey to a ghost town all dressed up for a good old-fashioned Halloween scare. Deserted boardwalks invite visitors to be very careful when visiting the family attraction situated at the end of Clyde Circle off Alexander Road, Sunnyside.

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Don’t expect to fill your vehicle up at Jack’s Gas station, located at the Redbo Farm entertainment center. However, for a few dollars a visitor can play a quick round of miniature golf among the frozen flamingos, located nearby.

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