"Pick Your Own Memories Year Round" at Apple Holler, a family farm, orchard, farm to table restaurant, bakery, and gift shop. Rick-your-own apples, peaches, pears from over 30,000 trees, plus pumpkins. Visitors will enjoy four seasons of family fun and activities including; orchard and farm tours, field trips, birthday parties, company events, hayrides, horse-drawn sleight rides, festivals, pony rides, train rides, farm park fun, barnyard animals and outdoor garden displays. Apple Holler is a perfect indoor/outdoor rustic farm wedding venue and group ag-venture destination. Experience the Magic of Apples of Apple Holler!
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.
A village of six gift shops located in the heart of Wisconsin's largest Amish community. Chuck and Kathy Kuderer and family (non Amish) became friends with their Amish neighbors and in 1994, the Amish began building the gift shops on the Kuderer's farm to have an outlet to sell their handmade products. Today about 50 Amish families sell their furniture , quilts, produce, baskets , jams and jellies, homemade candies and more. Each of the gift shop has a different personality, as the Kuderer's also work with other local artisans. In addition Kathy seeks out lots of fun unique giftware, which is tastefully displayed amongst the gift shops on the farm: The Amish, The Little Red Shed, Emma's Kitchen, Kinner Korner Children's Shop, Not So Plain & Simple and The Country Corner Ice Cream Shop.
A "must see" farmstead ice cream shop where the ice cream is processed with milk right from the Kelley family farm. Karen Kelley, the family creamsmith, will delight you with familiar AND unique flavors. You'll find all time traditional favorites like Whitewash Vanilla, Udderly Comforting Chocolate and Leo's Butter Pecan. Be adventurous and try a one-of-a-kind flavor like Karen's Crazy Cake, Maple Bacon or Carmel Slow Moving Vehicle Turtle. Select one of several signature sundaes such as the Farmers Wife sundae. Come and sample any tantalizing flavor as Kelley Country Creamery offers over 300 seasonal and specialty flavors. Members of the Kelley family will give you a warm welcome and you'll feel right at home when you have a seat in a high-back rocker, savor your ice cream, and gaze down at the cattle grazing in their green pastures. You won't get an ice cream experience like this anywhere else. . . it truly is a memory maker. Voted best ice cream in America by Good Morning America in July of 2013!
Retail Shoppe with Cafe specializing in Wisconsin artisan and farmstead cheeses, ice cream, wines and craft beers. Tour this one of a kind goat dairy and farmstead creamery. Open Daily 10 am-7 pm.
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.
Sassy Cow Creamery is a farmstead milk bottling business owned and operated by brothers James and Robert Baerwolf and their families. Sassy Cow offers organic and traditional bottled milk, as well as heavy cream, half and half, chocolate milk and handcrafted ice cream. Stop by and visit our creamery store. While you're here, enjoy an ice cream cone and see how we bottle our milk and craft our ice cream. Our creamery store offers a large variety of Wisconsin products including cheese, baked goods, chocolate and more. During the summer, we offer tours of the creamery and farm by appointment. More information regarding tours can be found on our website. Store hours: Monday - Friday 10 am to 7:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 5 pm Sunday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
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.