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  • Port-a-potty style restrooms are available at the Dunlap Park. 

  • There will be no public restroom facilities available to our tour guests at the tour homes..

  • Strollers are not allowed on grass areas. 

  • All children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

  • Please park in designated areas only. Please follow all posted signs.

  • A map will be provided for the route when you purchase your ticket

  • In the event of extreme heat, please use caution and take appropriate measures to stay cool. We will provide water in the event of extreme heat conditions.

  • The tour will continue if there is rain.

  • Tickets are non-refundable.

  • Wheelchair accessible at Dunlap, Demonstration Garden, Kent Freese - Pollinator Garden

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