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September 2016

Found 3 blog entries for September 2016.

There’s something extra special about Nelson Farm in the fall. When the leaves start to turn and the air gets a little crisper, it feels like it fits the old farm perfectly.  You and your family are invited to come experience the autumnal ambiance for yourselves at Suncadia’s celebration of fall, which takes place during the first two weekends in October.    The Harvest Festival, now in its 11th year, is a free, family-friendly event featuring live entertainment, a merchant market, a pumpkin patch, a 1,000-bale straw maze, pony rides, wagon rides, arts and crafts, carnival games and more. For adults, we’ll also be hosting our 5th annual Big Dirty Run, food trucks, a beer garden and our hearty Brewmaster Dinner.    This year we’re…
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Summer is always a frenetically fun time at Suncadia. The whole resort is abuzz with activity, and the pleasantly familiar Suncadia soundtrack plays on loop: water splashing, bike spokes spinning, children squealing with glee. Golf balls being driven, tennis balls being served. At night, the peaceful rhythm of crickets and cicadas chirping. This summer, the sound of the rushing Cle Elum River has been especially noticeable after last winter’s heavy snowfall.

And this year, there was a bit of extra noise that accompanied the familiar summer soundtrack – that of construction and development. Not that we minded one bit. It’s the sound of progress – of a Suncadia that’s booming; a community that continues to grow and welcome new families into the

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Sasse Mt. Outpost in Suncadia's Exclusive Tumble Creek Neighborhood.

Chances are you’ve heard the term ‘glamping’ (glamour + camping) by now. It means different things to different people, depending on your threshold for ‘roughing it’. For some, glam camping means sleeping in a regular tent, only on an air mattress thicker than three inches. For others, it means a full-on resort – all the high-thread-count luxuries of a hotel, but with campfires and canvas walls.

We recently wrote a story about glamping for the Seattle Times, in which we got to the bottom of glamping – where it came from, why you should do it, and where you can do it in the Pacific Northwest.

Of course, our favorite glamping spot is and will always be Sasse Mt Outpost, Tumble Creek’s private glamping facility. If you’re a member of the Tumble

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