Travel with us to the Cranberry Capital of Wisconsin for the 46th Annual Warrens Cranberry Festival. The area around Warrens has the most extensive concentration of cranberry marshes in the state.
Over 2,000 acres of these red berries are harvested each year. Not only can you indulge in several items made from cranberries you can spend all day just walking around exploring the three miles of booth frontage. This fest features more than 850 arts and crafts booths, and the flea market/antique show has more than 350 vendors selling wares from all over the country.
There is a large selection of everything from antiques, jewelry, coins, tools, primitives, leather, hunting supplies, gloves, socks, crocks, t-shirts, and more.
Shoppers can also buy fresh produce from over 100 Farmer Market vendors featuring fall produce such as pickled mushrooms, fresh cranberries, potatoes, painted pumpkins, maple syrup, apples, squash, roasted soybeans, cabbage, jams and jellies, salsa, and dried flowers. Of course, many creations are made with cranberries including the tasty lamb and pork sandwiches and brats.
Check out the many food courts showcasing delicious foods to tempt anyone’s pallet, including deep-fried cranberries on a stick, cranberry cream puffs and chocolate covered cheesecake on a stick. Enjoy the music on the grounds while you shop, or relax at the Old Towne Hall for Family Variety time. This berry fest is sure to please everyone.
Please Note: This tour covers many acres and requires a considerable amount of walking.
Package Price: $51
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