Cranberry Highway

The award-winning Cranberry Highway is a self-guided auto tour. Harvest is late September through most of October. Please call ahead or check the website for harvest dates. No guided tours on Sunday. Enjoy wildlife viewing in the old glacial lake area of Wisconsin, a fall camping trip at Dexter County Park, or bring your bike and travel the companion Cranberry Trail. Area restaurants feature cranberry products; visit one of several unique stores; explore history at a museum. Tours are available year-round, including blossom time in late June.


Take Hwy 54 west of Wisconsin Rapids. The first stop is the Historical Marker just west of Port Edwards on Hwy. 54. The Cranberry Highway goes through Cranmoor, the largest inland cranberry growing area in the world.

History/Heritage Type

  • Wisconsin History

Tour Type

  • Agricultural