Nothing quite compares to a Crown King festival. The streets are bustling with kids & hayrides, while the grown ups enjoy some great shopping and sightseeing. The CK Historical Society hosts this annual event, with all the proceeds benefiting the preservation of our colorful CK history. The CK Fire Department conducts fire safety training while the one room schoolhouse gives tours and offer crafts & toys. There was a treasure hunt, games, face painting & more. The Bear Creek Cabins transformed into a pumpkin patch and kids zone for kids of all ages. Thanks to Steve Harris and Jim Fluckey for driving the hay rides all day, and for Hal Griffin who was the most amazing hayride monitor ever!!! The CK Historical Society hopes you had a fun time and will plan to join us for the 15th Annual Apple Fest next year.