Living History  Tours

The Riley family offers both Spring and Fall Season Historical farm tours. These tours focus on the Westward movement era in California's history, and derive much of the themes from the Laura Ingels Wilder stories. 

This tour is located just 1/2 a mile down Oak Glen Road from Los Rios Ranch, and takes place on our 
historical apple farm. 

Visit our hand-built log cabin and choose four other activities from: toymaking, tinsmithing, butter churning, seed planting, barnyard visit, candle making, hayride, leather craft or “Horse Sense” presentation. 

$10.00 per person; 25 minimum per group.

    Extra Options - advance notice required
• Group Lunches available by request


Packing House Tour
Available September-November

Go through our 1906 barn, pack apples on the packing line and take a box home, visit our 1932 large cider press, press your own on our vintage presses and drink it with lunch, walk with Johnny Appleseed through our heirloom orchards.  Learn about the apple farming industry and the history behind this remarkable fruit.  

$7.00 per person
 25 minimum per group

Extra Options - advance notice required
•Caramel Apples: $3.00 each
•Pumpkin Picking (October): $5.00 per person 

Little Seedling Tour
Fall Only
The Little Seedling Ranch Tour is geared towards our younger guests. Children can visit with the barnyard critters, scale the hay bale fort and mini-maze, play in the log cabin area and meet Johnny Appleseed. 

This go-at-your-own pace tour is available Tuesdays - Fridays during the Fall Season only. 
  Call us today to schedule your tour!
25 minimum per group

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Take a horse-drawn hayride through the woods, visit an authentic log cabin set up for a pioneer family, press your own cider on vintage presses, and choose 1 additional activity from toymaking, cabin life/chores, tinsmithing, candlemaking, a barnyard visit or leathercraft.

Farm Tours
While we will spend a good deal of time emphasizing life on an apple farm, we will draw upon selections from “Farmer Boy”, “Little House in the Big Woods”, “Boys of the Civil War”, “Little House on the Prairie”, and “Prairie Primer”. Our discussions will be based on the westward movement, Laura Ingalls’ Little House on the Prairie, and the settling of the Oak Glen area
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Los Rios Rancho 
(909) 797-1005
39611 Oak Glen Rd. 
Oak Glen Ca. 92399