The most fun you can have in October with your family. Come to Audubon and find your way through complex corn mazes. Pick your own scrumptious treats in scented apple orchards. Give yourself a fright on haunted house and ghost tours. Carve your own pumpkin. Design your own Halloween costume. It's no wonder that this family-focused festival has been going strong for more than three decades.
Children are wowed by Wo. This autumnal celebration hosts a slew of family activities and live entertainments, including a hundred strong float parade. Carnival-goers cavort in the streets of Wisconsin Dells, and there are arts and crafts stalls and an antique flea market to pore over.
Held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin's State Fair started life way back in 1851, not far from the Rock River. Plowing and vegetable growing competitions were on the agenda, and the rest is history. The State Fairground is shaped by the Milwaukee Mile, the oldest motor racing circuit in constant use anywhere in the world. Today, a forty foot roller coaster joins rides like the Sizzler, Freak Out, and Stratosphere. Relax in the Wisconsin Wine Garden or catch a gig at the main stage.
When it comes to Wisconsin's child-friendly festivals, a visit to Cranberry Festival is always fruitful for families. America's biggest berry festival captures young imaginations through thousands of arts and crafts adventures, farm market stalls and antique and flea markets. Instill a healthy approach to eating and appreciation for one of the state's most delicious fruits.