Fall Cranberry Festivals You Should Know About In Wisconsin


Have you ever seen a cranberry brat or tasted cranberry wine? You’ll find all sorts of delicious cranberry concoctions at the state’s cranberry festivals.

Plan your trip around the world’s largest cranberry festival, the Warrens Cranberry Festival. Held September 27-29, 2013, it’s the end-all-be-all for cranberry lovers. More than 100,000 people attend each year for three miles of shopping, arts and crafts, flea markets and a cranberry parade. But the real treat of the festival is the treats themselves. You’ll find just about any food imaginable made from cranberries.

Manitowish Waters’ Colorama Festival is September 21, 2013, and includes cranberry treats, marsh tours, and a cranberry cooking contest. You can even hop aboard a pontoon boat for free fall color pontoon rides nearby.

Stone Lake Cranberry Festival in Stone Lake is October 4 and 5, 2013. The event will include more than 300 arts and craft vendors, marsh tours, a parade and krate derby. The home-town atmosphere makes this a perfect family event with activities for all ages. Don’t miss the annual luncheon on Friday featuring a cranberry themed menu.

And Eagle River’s Cranberry Festival on October 5 and 6, 2013, has something for everyone as well. Each year, more than 40,000 people attend for arts and crafts, cranberry food, live entertainment and much more. The event also features marsh tours, wine tasting and a fun run/walk on Saturday.

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