closed for 2020
OUR ANNUAL EVENT
THE HARVEST AND CRAFT FESTIVAL
Fun for the whole family!
We are sorry to say we will be closed for the 2020 season. 2020 has proven challenging with State Requirements changing for events and activities during the Pandemic. We do have mums, corn stalks and hay available at the farm stand and are planning for 2021 season!
For over 25 years our farm has been celebrating the fall harvest with an immersive and fun annual event for the Wisconsin community: The Harvest and Craft Festival. On this year's event, which runs from September thru October, visitors can experience all sorts of family friendly activities including rides, tours, live entertainment and educational workshops and many more. Take a look at our calendar of events for more information all of our activities.
RIDES - TOURS - SPOOKY WOODS - CRAFTS - LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - GAMES - PHOTOS - PET ANIMALS - PICK YOUR VEGGIE - AND MORE!
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Take Photos of the Kids
Let the children play different games Available
Visit the Animals!
Hold the Chickens
Play with the Friendly Cats Spooky Woods Corn Maze Cabin in the Woods
New Activities Every Weekend Public Hayrides on Weekends Antique Farm Equipment Handmade Crafts for All Seasons
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Opening Day - Music, Meet New Crafters, Honey Display
Monarch Way Station, Penny Van Tassel
Save the Karmer Butterfly - Chelsea GuntherStop Fresh Water Mussels - Jesse Weinzinger, DNR
Haunted Spooky Woods
CELEBRATE THE HARVEST
Come and pick your favorite pumpkins.
Select your favorite squash, gourds, and other produce from our large selection of home grown varieties.
Get your fresh, dried and painted gourds for your basket projects.
Cranberry products including fresh, dried, chocolate cranberries, trail mix, jelly, ice cream topping, honey & maple syrup.
Come and get your corn shocks, rainbow corn, and hay bales for fall decorating.
Select treasures from our craft barns featuring Fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving & Everyday crafts, cranberry items, candles, stone and lawn art.