Glacial Lake Cranberries
Glacial Lake Cranberries is a historic and sustainable cranberry marsh that has been in continuous operation since 1873. This family owned and operated cranberry marsh offers one-of-a-kind cranberry tours during harvest which is late-September through late-October. Experience the cranberry harvest, listen to the song of the sandhill crane, and view the vibrant fall colors over a bright sea of red. Learn history and fun facts, view videos, and shop for cranberry-themed gifts at the Glacial Lake Cranberries Visitor Center. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the harvest in action and breathtaking views!
Hours of Operation
Tours offered: Monday-Friday: 10:30am & 1:30pm, and Saturday: 10am, 11am, 1pm & 2pm. Reservations are required.
Take Interstate 94 West to Highway 80. Turn right onto Highway 80 and follow 80 through Necedah to Babcock. Turn right onto Highway 173 North. Travel about 4 miles to County Road D. Turn left on County Road D. Go north on “D” about 1.3 miles.
- Disabled Access
- Specialty Shop
Articles: Glacial Lake Cranberries
Wisconsin is the nation’s largest producer of the cranberry, which has led to a bounty of festivals, unique destinations and tours all centered on the fruit. Read More