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Fall Festival Fun in Wisconsin
Posted on: 9/1/2013
Wisconsin’s fall foliage will put on a dazzling display, but it’s not the only show in town: an array of festivals adds extra color to the season. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite fests where you and your family can share in the fun:
West Park, Darien
September 6-8, 2013
Get your fill of free sweet corn at the 53rd annual Darien Cornfest. Other sweet highlights include opening night fireworks, outhouse races, and a guest appearance by the Famous Racing Sausages in Sunday’s parade.
Downtown River Falls
September 8, 2013
The inaugural Bacon Bash will serve up pig-themed family activities, an Amateur Bacon Cook-Off, live music, and all sorts of bacon-inspired dishes. Dig in, but save some room for a big scoop of bacon ice cream.
Wildwood Park, Marshfield
September 14-15, 2013
Enjoy local Wisconsin maple syrups on stacks of pancakes and sausage, and get the gear to tap your own trees. TV’s “Grillologists” Mad Dog & Merrill will present a live show featuring maple grilling, and a craft fair will include Amish baskets, rugs, and bakery.
Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds, Chippewa Falls
September 20-22, 2013
Pretzels, sausage, and sauerkraut fuel this family-friendly festival, which begins with a Golden Keg Procession from the Leinenkugel Brewery. Lederhosen are popular but not required. Dancing shoes, however, are strongly recommended – there’s a great music line-up.
Manitowish Waters Community Center
September 21, 2013
Celebrate the start of the cranberry harvest with free fall color pontoon rides and cranberry marsh tours, an arts and crafts fair and, of course, cranberries galore.
Turn over a new leaf and experience all sorts of fun this fall in Wisconsin. We have trip ideas and events to keep you going all season long.This entry was posted in Fall