Ag education and fun for families, corn maze, farm animals, seasonal events. At our farm you can interact with the animals, play in the corn and straw, sit on the antique tractors, take in a puppet show, scurry down the rabbit hole slide, sway on the pony swings, conquer the trivia corn maze, or select the perfect pumpkin. Birthday parties and school field trips welcome. The Gathering Barn at Busy Barns Adventure Farm hosts amazing romantic rustic farm wedding and receptions. Call to tour the Gathering Barn today to book your unique rustic farm wedding complete with a petting zoo for your guests. Amazing adventures at Busy Barns Adventure Farm!
U-pick and we-pick strawberries, summer & fall raspberries, blueberries. Homegrown fruits, melons, and vegetables are picked fresh daily and offered in our farm store along with, jams, dressings, salsas, homegrown popcorn, ice-cream cones, and fresh bakery. The entire family can make fun memories playing in the Lil' Bumpkin Play Village & Petting Farm, pedal kart raceway, kid's zip line, and Country Bumpkin Express train ride all around the farm! Fall means pumpkins, fall décor, corn maze, catapult, wagon rides to the pumpkin patches, and homemade caramel apples! Nighttime corn maze, wagon and train rides, and campfires with s'mores are special events in October! Country Bumpkin offers wholesome family fun AND great things to eat! Open daily, late April - October 31. Take Exit 89 onto Hwy. 23, south 1/2 mile to County Road P on right. (Super Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and Kohl's on left.) Turn right onto CR P. Go 1 mile and the farm is on the left.
Door County's first commercial floriculture farm, grown in the micro-climate in the Great Lakes region of North America. Hard to find designer flowers for weddings and special events. Eight varieties of apples, five varieties of European pears, you-pick raspberries and bee pastures for honey production. Located in old southern Door County, rich in agriculture history.
Wisconsin's premier outdoor classroom - Glarcier Rock Farms - is located less than one hour from both Madison and Milwaukee. Discover the fun with tractor drawn hayrides, pony rides, cow milking lessons, animal interaction and more! Take a guided tour of the farm with an experienced animal handler or enjoy a self-guided tour to tailor the information to your lesson plan. Open May-October for schools, day cares and summer camp field trips. Open Sundays in May and June for families and groups. Visit the website for special events like sheep shearing and fun activities for kids.
Heritage Orchard is a great place for families to enjoy the crisp, colorful days of fall. Growing apples has always been our main focus. Raised for quality - harvested for peak flavor and crispness - sold fresh at affordable prices. Pick your own or choose your favorite from 20 different varieties in our farm market. Free samples are always available. Check "What's Happening" on our website for updates. Check Events site for special, monthly events. The apple orchard overlooks Lake Winnebago's east shore and was renamed Heritage Orchard (formerly Erickson's) when Vern and Ann Gasch purchased the farm in 1976. Although the farm was never previously owned by the Gasch family, their roots ran deep with three generations involved in planting, care and operation of the orchard over the years. The original farm house was Vern's first home in 1947, the same year that the first trees were planted. The Heritage continues -- a family business for your family to enjoy. "A Taste of Country" represents an inviting setting with fresh, wholesome products. Enjoy the green grass, fresh air, a fantastic view and friendly, helpful people.
Homestead Animal Farm offers fun and entertainment for the whole family - with an interactive corn maze, friendly farm animals and baby chicks, hayrides, children's play area, homegrown pumpkins, gourds, squash, and many other fall decorations. Open to the public October 1st to October 31st Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am - 6 pm. Groups and field trips available by appointment weekdays May thru August and also late September thru October. Watch for details on our Summer Day Camps!
At Jerry Smith Produce and Pumpkin Farm, we start the year in June selling fruits, produce, and pick your own vegetables seven days a week. When August rolls around, we pull out all the stops with our annual Home Grown Sweet Corn Festival. Sweet Corn Fest held the second weekend in August 10 am to 6 pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Event held rain or shine. By late September, we will have transformed our working farm into a child friendly, magical oasis where we live up to our name; The Pumpkin Farm! Ours is a celebration of the pumpkin and the Halloween Season with entertainment, hay rides, farm animals, corn maze, food, and field trips for elementary level schools, corporate outings, and birthday parties. We'll see you at the Pumpkin Farm!
80 acres of apple and cherry orchards, bakery, cider mill, corn and sunflower maze, bus groups welcome.
There is something for everyone to see and explore on this 4th generation family farm, owned and operated by David & Leslie Meuer! March starts out with the farm making maple syrup. The maple syrup season goes for about a month, and the public is welcome to stop out anytime for a taste and to watch. Once maple syrup season ends, work begins to ready the 5 acres of strawberries for picking in June and July. Work starts by uncovering the berry plants from their straw covered bed, and soon after our honey bees are put out in different locations here on the farm. Pick-Your-Own and pre-picked strawberries are ready in June and early July. July and August is fresh pre-picked Wisconsin Blueberries, and then its fresh bi-color sweet corn. August is new crop honey being harvested here, and then it's our 10 acre corn maze along with hayrides, farm animals, the activity area, and pumpkin picking during the months of Sept. and Oct. We are handicap accessible here at the farm, even the hayrides! Fieldtrips, weddings, tours and outings for companies and groups are available anytime. Because this is an active, operating farm - visitors get to see planting, harvesting, cows calving, and all other aspects of farm life. Once a month from May thru Sept., join in the "Farm Flavors" farm dinner series. Experience a 3-5 course fancy dinner on location, accompanied by a special farm presentation. Reservations are required. To learn about farming, food and conservation, while having fun doing it, plan your trip to the Meuer Farm today!
Pearce's Farm Stand is located on the corner of County F and Hwy 67 midway between Williams Bay and Fontana. Four family generations own and operate our farm. We strive to grow, harvest and deliver fresh quality produce. Our farm stand is open mid-July through October daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We offer homegrown vegetables, local honey, Amish jams, relishes and so much more. We are best known for our "Super Sweet" sweet corn and our amazing varieties of pumpkins. We also offer fresh, made on site donuts and kettle corn on the weekends. Our Fall Festival takes place the third weekend in September with free music, free cooked corn on the cob and free hayrides to the pumpkin patch. There is a free outdoor activity area for the kids including our famous jumping bales. Come check us out for quality produce and stay for the family fun!
A family owned and operated winery/vineyard on 40 acres in Poynette. Free tours and wine tastings. Feel free to pack a picnic and enjoy wine and a meal in their pine forest. A Wisconsin winery proud to make Wisconsin wine
Rural Arts Roadtrip is the 2nd weekend in October each year. It is a self-guided local art and food event primarily in Calumet County, WI. Meander along the 11 host sites with 80 artists represented. View artist demos, enjoy rustic roads, and savor local foods. Bring your coolers to take home grass-fed beef, cage free chicken, artisan cheese and honey, pure maple syrup, apples and more. Eclectic artists include glass blowing; stained, leaded, etched, and enameled glass; fiber arts; hand-painted yarn, handspun yarn, felted as well as woven apparel and household furnishings; wood art, chainsaw carving, scroll and hand carving, rustic furniture, barn-board art. Pottery, quilting, leatherwork, painting, metal art, jewelry, handmade soaps and more.
Learn how cranberries are grown and harvested, see a cranberry canoe, test your cranberry skills, eat cranberry pie and cranberry icecream, purchase other cranberry products. Check website for hours.
The 2016 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular, will take place Thursday, Aug. 4 - Sunday, Aug. 14. The fair offers a unique experience to all who attend and is an exceptional value with 30 FREE entertainment stages, exciting rides and games in SpinCity, thousands of animals, endless family activities, events, contests, vendors and culinary delights. For the most up-to-date information, "stick with us" at WiStateFair.com or /WiStateFair on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, and /theWIFair on YouTube.