Masumoto Family Farm welcomes the public for a blossom bathing experience amid the peach, apricot, and nectarine trees at their farm in Del Ray. The fruit tree blossoms are especially magnificent during the coming two-to-three-week period as the trees, certified organic peaches, nectarines, and apricots (plus grapes for raisins), undergo fertilization.
Blossom Bathing is metaphorical—it’s a chance to take a mindful walk in nature, breathe deeply, and bask in the peace and beauty around you. The Masumoto family developed the concept based on the Japanese tradition of forest bathing (shinrin-yoku).
The Masumoto Family is offering two options for a tranquil experience for groups of up to six people: Blossom Bathing offers an hour to walk in the orchards. The Blossom Table experience allows you to reserve a table in a stone-fruit orchard for up to six people for two hours. Bring a picnic plus utensils, but no alcohol, please.
Saturday & Sunday, March 5 & 6 and March 12 & 13
Cost: $50 per time slot for a 1-hour experience (6 people maximum)
Rain or shine: no refunds given in the event of a cancellation
A Blossom Table
Saturday & Sunday, February 26 & 27
Cost: $40–$80, depending on the size of your group/table.
In case of rain: the organizers will contact you to make an alternate plan
Masumoto Family Farm
9336 E. Lincoln Avenue, Del Rey, California
The farm is about 20 minutes south of Fresno. Directions will be sent once you register. Info and reservations: here. If you have specific questions, email email@example.com.
Due to limited availability, please register for one event only. The organizers apologize that these events are not open to any pets and are not roller- or stroller-friendly. Please attend only if you are vaccinated (unless you are ineligible for vaccination, such as a child under the age of 5). The large outdoor space and careful timing of events will allow for ample social distancing during both events. For maximum enjoyment, check the weather in advance and wear layers and practical walking shoes.