Member Monday: Ice Castles WI

IceCastles_Mary Siversten2The marvels of winter are about to be taken to the next level here in Walworth County. There has been a lot of excitement since the news broke that Ice Castles would be coming to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin in 2018.  Along with excitement, there have been a lot of questions from anxious winter enthusiasts about Ice Castles – Wisconsin and when we get to enjoy the newest winter attraction! I am thrilled to have had an opportunity to interview and learn more about Ice Castles and cannot wait to share the much desired information about this awe-inspiring, must-see winter phenomenon!

Q: Please tell us a little bit about the Ice Castles. 
A: Ice Castles is an awe-inspiring, must-see winter phenomenon that brings fairy tales to life. The frozen attraction is located in six cities across North America. The experience is built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists. The castles include breathtaking LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides, and fountains.

Q: How and where did Ice Castles get started?
A: Ice Castle began in 2008 when Brent Christensen built an elaborate slide in the front yard of his home in Alpine, Utah, for the entertainment of his kids. He formed his company a year later and built his first large-scale Ice Castle at Midway, Utah’s Zermatt Resort. Since then he has created ice castles all over the United States and Canada.

Q: Who makes the Ice Castles?
A: Each location has a team of builders that are trained to build the Ice Castle. The process is overseen by a site manager, who has worked closely with Brent Christensen to design the castle.

Q: How do you make an Ice Castle? How long does it take?
IceCastles_DanSchykulskiFBA: The Ice Castles are made by hand. Our crews grow roughly 10,000 icicles every day and place them throughout the Ice Castle to provide something for the water to freeze to. Over time the icicles just get absorbed into the ice structure. It is roughly a three month process to build the castle.

Q: How many locations do you have Ice Castle displays?
A: We have six locations across the US & Canada.

Q: Where can the Lake Geneva Ice Castles be found, and what are the hours?
A: The Ice Castle will be located on Riviera Beach, 812 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva. The hours will be announced soon.

Q: How should visitors dress to visit Ice Castles? What is appropriate attire?
A: Dress for winter! Warm clothes and winter boots are best. Shoes and boots with flat soles (like dress shoes or cowboy boots) are slippery and not recommended.
Everything inside the Ice Castles is made of ice and snow, including the walking paths. On sunny, warm days, the ice and snow will melt and the surface can become slippery.
Most people don’t have any difficulty walking through the Ice Castles with or without ski poles. However, if you are concerned about your safety inside the Ice Castles, please make your concern known to one of our staff before entering the Ice Castle. When you enter the Ice Castles, you agree to obey the Ice Castle rules and you accept our Waiver of Liability.

Q: How long does it take to go through the Ice Castles?
A: Typically people spend about an hour in the Ice Castles.

Q: Are there any tips & tricks about Ice Castles that visitors should know or keep an eye out for?
A: Here is a link to a blog post on 5 ways to enhance your Ice Castles experience: 5 Tips to Enhance your Ice Castle Experience

Q: What age range is suitable to visit Ice Castles?
A: Ice Castles is an amazing experience for all ages.

Q: How much does it cost? Where can you buy tickets?
A: Online| Mon. – Thurs. |General Admission (12+): $15.95     Child (4-11): $10.95
Online| Fri. – Sun. | General Admission (12+): $18.95     Child (4-11): $14.95

Walkup (Standby) | Mon. – Thurs. |General Admission (12+): $20     Child (4-11): $15
Walkup (Standby)| Fri. – Sun. |General Admission (12+): $25     Child (4-11): $20

Tickets will go on sale late November/early December. We recommend signing up for updates on our website to be notified when tickets go on sale!

Q: Are there group discounts?
A: Yes we offer 15% discount when you spend $150 or more in checkout.

IceCastles_LakeGenevaFBQ: What made you choose to create an Ice Castle in Lake Geneva, WI?
A: We believe the weather in Lake Geneva is ideal for building and sustaining the Ice Castles experience. Additionally, Lake Geneva’s proximity to Chicago, Illinois; and Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin makes it the perfect weekend getaway for those looking to escape the city. Riviera Beach, where Ice Castles will be built, offers a stunning backdrop that will compliment the beauty of the attraction.

Q: How long will Ice Castles be in Lake Geneva?
A: Typically we open late December and stay open until early March- weather permitting. We hope to return again after this season!

Q: Are there special events planned?
A: Yes, we will have Ice Princesses and fire performers. Details will be on our website within the next few weeks.

Q: Can pictures be taken in and of the Ice Castles?
A: Yes, and we want to see them (#icecastles)! Keep in mind that we do not allow tripods, blocking off of any part of the castle, or any props.

Q: Where can people share their experience? (Facebook, Instagram, etc.)
A: We love to see guest photos! Tag us on social media:
Instagram     @icecastles_
Facebook        https://www.facebook.com/IceCastlesWI/

For more information about Ice Castles WI and their upcoming announcements, check out the Ice Castles website and sign up for their newsletter updates, or follow them on their Facebook page.

Also visit the Walworth County Visitors Bureau events calendar
for up-to-date information on Ice Castles, Winterfest 2019
and other great winter fun!

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Homemade For The Holidays: Craft Fairs In The Lake Geneva Area

Jump start your holiday shopping with arts, crafts, and vendor fairs.  Artisans and vendors will display their handcrafted jewelry, small batch soaps, homemade quilts, country furniture, fine art, unique items, and much more. Find that perfect something in the Lake Geneva area at these arts, crafts, and vendor fairs!

Holiday Affair Craft Show  
Saturday, November 10 | 9 am – 4 pm
7 Locations, Elkhorn
(262) 723-3288 | walworthcountyfair.com
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Saturday, November 10 | 10 am – 5 pm
The Cove of Lake Geneva, Lake Geneva
(262) 249-9460 | coveoflakegeneva.com
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Fashion Forward Vendor Shows
Saturday, November 17 | 9 am – 2:30 pm
Timber Ridge Lodge, Lake Geneva
(866) 636-4502
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Holiday Market Artisan Pop-up Shop
Saturday, November 17 | 12 – 5 pm
The Ridge Hotel, Lake Geneva
(800) 225-5558 | ridgelakegeneva.com
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Craft In The Woods
Saturday, November 24 | 9 am – 4 pm
YMCA Camp MacLean, Burlington
(262) 763-7742 | ymcachicago.org
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Saturday, November 24 | 10 am – 3 pm
Harbor Shores on Lake Geneva, Lake Geneva
(262) 248-1981 | harborshoreslg.com
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Small Business Saturday Shopping Event
Saturday, November 24 | 12 – 8 pm
Timber Ridge, Lake Geneva
(866) 636-4502
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Saturday, December 1 | 9 am – 2 pm
Badger High School, Lake Geneva
(262) 348-2000
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Christmas In The Woods
Saturday, December 1 | 10 am – 5 pm
Woods Elementary School, Lake Geneva
(262) 248-3816
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Hours of Treats this Halloween 2018

 Happy Halloween! 

For anyone that missed them, here are Trick-or-Treat times for communities celebrating on all Hallow’s Eve this year 2018:

  • Darien / Darien Township | 4 – 6 pm
  • Delavan | 4 – 6 pm
  • Delavan Aram Public Library | 4 – 6 pm
  • Walworth / Walworth Township | 4 – 6 pm
  • Bloomfield / Town of Bloomfield | 4 – 7 pm
  • Fontana | 4 – 7 pm
  • Genoa City | 4 – 7 pm
  • Sharon | 4 – 7 pm
  • Whitewater | 4 – 7 pm
  • Elkhorn / Sugar Creek Township | 5 – 7 pm
  • Williams Bay | 5 – 7 pm
  • East Troy / East Troy Township / Troy Township | 5 – 7:30 pm
  • Burlington | 6 – 8 pm

 

Candy isn’t the only thing to be had on this eve of mischief! Check out these events that will prove to be frightfully fun to compliment a bag full of Trick or Treat goodies.

Trick or Treat at the Walworth County Visitors Bureau | until 4:30 pm
Come in to the Travel Information Center today (at the Lake Lawn Resort Airport in Delavan) to TRICK OR TREAT! Adults who Trick or Treat with us get a FREE BOGO card and if you have kids with you – they’ll get a treat too! We are open until 4:30 pm.

Whitewater Ready, Set… Boo! | 4 – 7 pm
Dress up in your best and join us to celebrate this Halloween with fun activities for all ages to enjoy! Ice cream, music, and fun games will all be available to any that come!ReadySetBoo!

Walk of Terror on the Square, East Troy | 5 – 8 pm
Terrifying surprises await you in this “maze of fears and frights”! Just a bit more kid-friendly haunted house will run from 5 to 8 p.m. on Halloween, Wednesday, Oct. 31. This event will coordinate with the Village of East Troy’s Halloween trick-or-treat hours.Scare on the Sqaure 2018

Trick or Treat at the Library, Delavan |  4 – 6 pm
Visit the Kat Burglar, Coraline and the sheriff upstairs and then head to the Children’s Desk (downstairs) in costume to collect your treat!AramLibrary_Halloween2018.JPG

Delavan Goblin’s Walk | 6:30 pm
Ghouls, goblins and witches of all make and mischief will be amassing at the Delavan Post Office on Fourth Street to begin the Goblin Walk to spook house at the American Legion, 111 S. Second Street.

I hope that you all have a Happy & Safe Halloween!

If you’re looking for more spooky fun this evening,
check out our calendar of events at VisitWalworthCounty.com!

Plot Your Dining Course Through The Lake Geneva Area During Dine Around The Lakes

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We invite you to dine with us during Walworth County’s annual “Dine Around The Lakes” restaurant week. The dining experiences begin on November 2 and runs through November 11 with specially priced 3-course meals at 17 county-wide restaurants.
 
Food lovers get ten days to try restaurants they may not have visited before, or a chance to indulge at their favorite dining spot at a great price. The restaurants outdo themselves each year with the fantastic menus they offer their guests during Dine Around The Lakes.
 
Participating restaurants will offer a unique three-course menu for lunch and/or dinner – available only during the Dine Around The Lakes, November 2-11. Lunch menus range from $10-15, and dinner menus range from $20-30. Our area boasts some of the best dining in Wisconsin, with everything from a restaurant right on a trout farm and award-winning steakhouses to classic, homestyle cooking. Our restaurant week was designed with both the restaurants and diners in mind – offering great food at a great price. The restaurants’ menus are all available on the Dine Around The Lakes Website, making it easy for the foodies out there to plot their dining course through Walworth County.
Make sure to visit the Dine Around The Lakes Facebook page for giveaways to each of the participating restaurants. A $25 gift card or certificate will be given to a lucky winner each day through the end of Dine Around The Lakes – November 11.
 
Participating restaurants include:
  • 240° West at The Abbey Resort (269 Fontana Boulevard, Fontana) dinner menu
  • Barrique Bistro & Wine Bar (835 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva) dinner menu
  • The Boat House Bar & Grill (N2062 S Lake Shore Drive, Lake Geneva) lunch menu | dinner menu
  • The Bottle Shop (617 West Main Street, Lake Geneva) dinner menu
  • Café Calamari (10 East Geneva Street, Williams Bay) dinner menu
  • Crafted Americana at The Ridge Hotel (W4240 Wisconsin 50, Lake Geneva) lunch menu | dinner menu
  • Flat Iron Tap (150 Center Street, Lake Geneva) lunch menu | dinner menu
  • Frontier Restaurant at Lake Lawn Resort (2400 East Geneva Street, Delavan) lunch menu | dinner menu
  • Grand Café at Grand Geneva Resort (7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva) lunch menu
  • The Grandview Restaurant (N2009 Lake Shore Drive, Lake Geneva) dinner menu
  • Harpoon Willie’s (8 East Geneva Street, Williams Bay) lunch menu
  • Hawk’s View Bar & Grille (7377 Krueger Road, Lake Geneva) lunch menu
  • Hunt Club Steakhouse (555 Hunt Club Court, Lake Geneva) dinner menu
  • The Red Geranium (393 North Edwards Boulevard., Lake Geneva) lunch menu | dinner menu
  • Royal Oak Farm Country Kitchen (15908 Hebron Road, Harvard, IL) lunch menu
  • The Trout House (N301 County Hwy H, Palmyra) lunch menu | dinner menu
  • The Waterfront (269 Fontana Boulevard, Fontana) lunch menu

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To view a full list of participating restaurants and their mouthwatering menus, visit www.dinearoundthelakes.com.
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👻Welcome to Haunted Walworth County

If you’re one of those people who likes a good scary movie or watching friends jump out of their skin when you play a trick on them… then this list is for you.  Take the risk and venture out to one of these spooky spots this October. The Walworth County landscape possesses a natural mystery with woodlands and trails surrounding the area. Therefore, it’s not surprising that as Halloween approaches, you find spooky things to do around every turn. Even scaredy-cat and kid friendly ones too! So embrace the season, and get spooked at one of these fun haunts!

HAUNTED HAYRIDE
Dan Patch Stables, Lake Geneva
October 5 – 27 (Fridays & Saturdays) | 6:30pm – 11pm

SHOCKWAVE HAUNTS
The Fuzzy Pig, Whitewater
October 5 – 27 (Fridays & Saturdays) | 6:30pm – 10pm

LAKE GENEVA GHOST WALKS
Throughout Lake Geneva
October 5 – 27 (Fridays & Saturdays) | 9:30pm – 11pm

Dr. S. CARY’S SCREAM PARK
Dr. S. Cary’s Scream Park, Delavan
October 5 – November 3 (Fridays & Saturdays) | 7:30pm – 11pm

HAUNTED TRAIL
Scenic Ridge Campground, Whitewater
October 6 & 13 | 7:30pm – 10pm

SPIRIT TOUR
Throughout Whitewater
October 12 & 13 | 5pm – 10pm

HALLOWEEN LEGENDS & LORE
Old World Wisconsin, Eagle
October 19 – 27 (Fridays & Saturdays) | 5:30pm – 9:30pm

WALK OF TERROR ON THE SQUARE
Municipal Lot, East Troy
October 19 – 27 (Fridays & Saturdays) & October 31 | 6pm – 11pm

HALLOWEEN IN THE WOODS
House In The Wood, Delavan
October 24 | 6:30pm – 8:30pm

ENCHANTED FOREST / SPOOKY WALK
Kishwauketoe Nature Conservatory, Williams Bay
October 26 | 6pm – 7:15pm / 8pm- 9pm

KID-FRIENDLY WALK OF TERROR ON THE SQUARE
Municipal Lot, East Troy
October 31 | 5pm – 8pm

 

Haunted Walworth County 2018

 

 

Printable copy of Haunted Walworth County 2018

For additional Halloween activities, go to

VisitWalworthCounty.com

 

The countdown begins! 31 Days of Halloween 🎃

October is here, and I could not be more excited to share all the Halloween activities that are happening all over Walworth County! There are so many things to share, that some of our 31 days are double, toil and trouble; so keep your eyes peeled 👀. Creepy haunts, costume parties, along with autumn activities are popping up all over to get you in the Halloween spirit.

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1. Com enjoy a weekend of thrills & chills at Halloween Happenings at Scenic Ridge Campground – Oct 5-7, 12-14 OR Hear the Singing Pumpkins at their patch in Edgewater Park – Oct 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27

2. Party with the whole family at Scare on the SquarePearce'sMaze2018  East Troy’s First Fridays event – Oct 5 OR Get lost in the Corn Maze at Pearce’s Farm Stand – Oct 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28

3. Take part in a Victorian funeral at Black Point Estate’s When Angels Carried Them Away : Death and Mourning in the Victorian Era – Oct 5-6, Oct 12-13 OR Hear the historic gossip of Lake Geneva during Sordid & Scandalous: A Walking Tour of Lake Geneva – Oct 6, 13, 20

4. Hear tales and see spirits of the past at The Fuzzy Pig’s Shockwave Haunts – Oct 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27 OR Find the local haunts during Whitewater’s Spirit Tour – Oct 12-13

5. Enter the two realms of Dr. S. Cary’s Scream Park – Oct 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27, Nov. 2-3 OR Get spooked on Scenic Ridge Campground’s Haunted Trail – Oct 6 & 13

6. Find the Grand Geneva ghosts on the Haunted Hayride at Dan Patch Stables – Oct 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27

7. Don’t let a ghost sneak up behind you during the Lake Geneva Ghost Walks – Oct 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27

8. Help solve whodunit at the Murder Mystery Dinner at the Baker House – Oct 13, 20, 27

9. See the creation of a Dia de los Muertos altar at Dia de los Muertos Ofrenda Presentation at Aram Public Library – Oct 17

10. The veil is thin between this world and the next at Old World Wisconsin’s Halloween Legends & Lore – Oct 19-20, 26-27

11. Have the wits scared out of you at Walk of Terror on the Square – Oct 19, 20, 26, 27, 31 & a Kid Friendly version on Oct 31Scare on the Sqaure 2018.jpg

12. Run or walk through the Trick or Treat stations at Miles for SMILES – Oct 20

13. Join the “cold-blooded creatures” on the Eco-Halloween Hike at Richard Bong State Recreation Area – Oct 20

14. Make your own Dia La Muertas Sugar Skull Mask at Studio Winery – Oct 21Studio_Sugar Skull Mask.jpg

15. Meet the creatures of the night at the House in the Wood’s Halloween in the Woods – Oct 24

16. Witness the classic monster story, Frankenstein at the Young Auditorium – Oct 24

17. Bring your little costumed ghouls to uptown Whitewater for Ghouls Night Out – Oct 25

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18. Spooky spirits and wicked brews under one large tent at Lake Lawn Resort’s Boos & Brews Halloween Bash   – Oct 26-27

19. Join us for a walk of fun at Kishwauketoe Nature Conservatory – the non-scary Enchanted Forest or a little later the Spooky Walk – Oct 26 OR Oodles of candy, pumpkin decorating & more at Delavan’s Spooktacular – Oct 26

20. Costume contests, spooky spirit, & harvest ales at The Ridge Hotel’s Costumes & Cocktails – Oct 26 OR Play a game, race a pumpkin, or shop a craft fair at Williams Bay’s Boo In The Bay – Oct 26-27

21. Enjoy a fall festival at Lake Geneva Canopy Tours’ Pumpkin Drop & Fall Festival  – Oct 27-28
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22. The little ghosts & goblins will be taking over downtown Burlington during Spooky City – Oct 27 OR Head to downtown Elkhorn for Scare on the Square – Oct 27

23. Come to a family-friendly fall celebration at The Cove’s COVEtoberfest – Oct 27

24. Dress up to haunt the halls of Maxwell Mansion’s Halloweenfest: Maxwell Costume Party – Oct 27

25. Trick or Treat the Town of Lyons and then head to the Halloween Bonfire – Oct 27

Image Courtesy of TripAdvisor26. Celebrate Timber Ridge’s Bruce The Moose’s Spooktacular Halloween Birthday Party – Oct 28 OR Bring your little monsters to the Town of Delavan’s Halloween Party – Oct 28

27. Trick or Treat – Town of Delavan, Town of Geneva, Lake Geneva AND Trick or Treat on Our Main Street at the Geneva Lake Museum – Oct 28

28.  Get lots of treats at the Darien Public Library’s Halloween Party for Kids – Oct 29

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29. Ice cream, music & fun games (if you wear your best costume) to Ready, Set, Boo! in Whitewater – Oct 31

30. Miniature ghosts, goblins, and witches emerge for Delavan’s Goblin Walk to the Legion’s Haunted House – Oct 31 OR Trick or Treat at the Aram Public Library – Oct 31

31. Trick or Treat – Bloomfield, Burlington, Darien, Delavan, East Troy, Elkhorn, Fontana, Genoa City, Sharon, Town of Sugar Creek, Town of Troy, Walworth, Whitewater, Williams Bay – Oct 31

For more Halloween fun, check out the Events Calendar!

Happy Halloween Haunting! 🎃👻👾💀👺

Harvest some fun in Walworth County!

🎶 I love you…..a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck! 🎶

Some of the fondest family memories are those made when you are romping through the patch to find the plumpest pumpkin to adorn your stoop or racing through the canopy of trees to nab a fresh, crisp apple right off the branch. With so many local orchards and farms to choose from in the Lake Geneva area, fall festivities are right around every corner.

Apple orchards celebrate picking season with cider donuts and hayrides through the orchard at their apple picking festivals. Family farms design corn mazes and display patches full of pumpkins to truly honor the beginning of fall. Explore this list for the best places to find your seasonal apples and pumpkins in Walworth County!

 

Apple Barn Orchard & Winery

W6384 Sugar Creek Road, Elkhorn

During apple season, the Apple Barn allows guests to pick their own apples on weekends only beginning in September. Check their “What’s Picking” page to find out if your favorite variety of apple is ready to pick!

Or join the jubilation on September 29-30 for the 30th annual Apple Fest! Indulge in apple cider donuts, kettlecorn, and tastings of the Apple Barn’s award-winning fruit wines. Peruse the Country Store and Bakery for donuts, cider or other treats and gifts. Craft vendors and a bounce house for the kids make a day filled with family fun and everlasting memories!

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Pumpkin season will be welcomed in October. Grab a little red wagon and pick that perfect pumpkin directly from the patch or from the beautiful selection in front of the Country Store.

The Elegant Farmer

1545 Main Street, Mukwonago
Every weekend is Harvest Fest at The Elegant Farm from September 8 to  October 21, 2018! Enjoy an old fashioned on the farm experience picking your own apples*, vintage train rides by the East Troy Electric Railroad, pony rides, hayrides, and more!   

Elegant Farmer - apple pie in a bagTasty treats are to be had at the Smilin’ Barn with make-your-own caramel apple or leave it to the award-winning Farm Kitchen Bakery, Deli & Market; grab an infamous Apple Pie Bake in a Paper bag for a slice of autumn heavenliness. Check the Elegant Farmer’s homepage every Wednesday in season to see What’s Pickin’ and plan your weekend of blue ribbon fun!
*The orchard is only open on weekends, so plan accordingly if you’re looking for pick your own.

 

Pearce’s Farm Stand

W5740 N. Walworth Road, Walworth

As Pearce’s Farm Stand continues to grow, so does their collection of seasonal produce 

(including apples), canned goods, and fall decor. Beginning in mid-September, Pearce’s Farm Stand offers free wagon rides to the pumpkin patch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am – 4pm. Pick from a large variety of pumpkins and gourds in their patch grown right on their farm. 7 days a week, though, you can visit their stand from the freshest produce, hay bale jumping or tackling their 12-acre corn maze!Pearce'sMaze2018

Pesche’s Greenhouse & Gift Barn

W4080 Wisconsin 50, Lake Geneva

Pesche’s Greenhouse offers a wide variety of plants, gifts, & home decor – including all of your festival fall decorations!  Pick up pumpkins of varying sizes for yard decorations or for carving. While you’re there, check out their selection of fall mums and other fall annuals & perennials.

 

Royal Oak Farm Orchard

15908 Hebron Road, Harvard

The finest apples can be found on Royal Oak’s 120 acres containing 30 varieties of apples. Enter the U-pick apple orchard or pumpkin patch by the new Harvest Barn. Purchase you entertainment tokens good for any train and carousel rides, hay ride or orchard tour. If you’re feeling adventurous conquer their Amaze n’ Apples apple tree maze! Make sure to check their schedules so you don’t miss out on a bit of fun!Copy 2.jpg

But it’s totally ok to simply enjoy their signature apple cider slushies and some cider donuts while shopping for fresh, pre-picked apples, pumpkins as well as treats and treasures in the Apple Barn, Harvest Barn or Country Market.

Mark your calendar for their 3rd Annual Great Apple Ride on October 13, to benefit the Agape House School for Girls in Walworth, WI! Doing good while enjoying good!

 

For more fall fun ideas, check out our events calendar at www.VisitWalworthCounty.com!