4-J's Equestrian Center has been and continues to be family owned and operated for over 29 years. We are located minutes from I-43 in the beautiful country-side of Muskego. 4-J's strives to meet the needs of the demanding riders as well and the casual one. Lessons and training are available for all disciplines from beginners to advanced levels. Offering services in boarding, lessons, activities and summer camps. The facility allows multi-discipline riders to enjoy a large indoor riding arena, (2) outdoor riding arenas, jumps, and access to trails. The horses are given individualized care pertaining to their needs. We offer indoor and outdoor boarding, individualized feed plans, daily stall cleaning, and daily turn out. Contact us at (262) 385-1203 or firstname.lastname@example.org for boarding rates and details.
Barron County EDC is responsible for business growth and Tourism in Barron County.
Ag education and fun for families, corn maze, farm animals, seasonal events. At our farm you can interact with the animals, play in the corn and straw, sit on the antique tractors, take in a puppet show, scurry down the rabbit hole slide, sway on the pony swings, conquer the trivia corn maze, or select the perfect pumpkin. Birthday parties and school field trips welcome. The Gathering Barn at Busy Barns Adventure Farm hosts amazing romantic rustic farm wedding and receptions. Call to tour the Gathering Barn today to book your unique rustic farm wedding complete with a petting zoo for your guests. Amazing adventures at Busy Barns Adventure Farm!
For visitor information visit www.travelcalumet.com. Situated on the east side of Lake Winnebago, Calumet County is an appealing destination to those looking for great fishing opportunities, shoreside camping, farm experiences (including aMAZing corn mazes), and a world to explore in underground caves. With almost 10,000 acres of public land for prairie hiking, hunting or bird watching, nature enthusiasts flock to the State Wildlife Areas. Once you've worked up an appetite visit one of our many supper clubs. Calumet County is the "Supper Club Capital of the Midwest®"
We invite you to experience the Midwestern charm of Clark County, Wisconsin. Come discover why Clark County is the top dairy county in the State. Enjoy a variety of farm fresh foods including several award-winning artisan cheese and meats. In addition to our dairy offerings, we have a unique variety of specialty shops, galleries, greenhouses, B&B's and restaurants. And, don't miss the great outdoor recreation opportunities including kayaking, canoeing, ATV trails, skiing, biking, horseback riding and more. Shop, Play, Stay in Clark County, Wisconsin.
We are a small suri farm in SE Wisconsin. We became interested in alpacas in 2003 when we first saw alpacas at a town festival. We did research, visited a few farms, took seminars and finally purchased our first alpacas (after selling our lawn care business). We have top lineage from herd sires: Torbio, Bruxo, Ace, Fruzane Noir, Meteor el Nino, Midas Touch and Diablo. We breed for top conformation, density, luster, staple length and low micron (comfort factor). As a small farm we can give individual attention to each animal. Our herd sires produce some of the best luster in the nation! We hold tours of our farm, but call ahead please to make sure we are available. In addition to alpaca sales and breeding we have a farm store with hand crochet items, skeins, roving's, rug yarn, rugs, horse saddle pads, and batting all from our alpaca fiber. Other items include socks, vests, sweaters, fur items, etc. We include reproductive guarantees on males and females. GROUP TOURS are always available & we are OPEN YEAR ROUND. We hold periodical seminars/classes & a yearly Holiday Open House (the first Saturday in December). Call or email for a visit!
Dairy retail store will be selling a wide variety of agricultural items and offering tours of our robot facility and dairy farm.
From the verdant farmlands atop the Niagara Escarpment to the mighty shores of Lake Winnebago, Fond du Lac is centrally located for the perfect rustic getaway with all the conveniences of a larger city. Whether you come to see the baby goats or wander through a maze of rustling cornfields ready for harvest, it's always the right time to visit. The farm to orchard to vineyard experience is packaged and featured in our agritourism publication Fun on the Farm!
Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Located in the far southwestern corner of Wisconsin, "We've got the corner on good business!" Ag related industries and industrial manufactures flourish and grow side by side. The Driftless area of the state offers a variety of businesses, activities, events, food and lodging to please an array of tastes. We offer some of the best wines, cheeses and craft beers available. Seekers of serenity enjoy casting a fishing line, floating down a peaceful river, or relaxing in a secluded campsite or cabin. Those who like a little noise in their fun will enjoy scenic vistas riding on a motorcycle, running their ATV on a designated trail or snowmobiling over our hills. Our small towns will welcome you and our cities will entertain you. Visit Grant County and get your own corner on a great time! Visit www.grantcounty.org/tourism for more ideas and information on tourism related interests. If you are a business interested in our opportunities, visit www.grantcounty.org/ecomonic-development. We are here to support and promote economic development through tourism, business, industry and agriculture.
The Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau is proud to represent Brown County's agricultural tourism partners. From cheese manufacturers and wine producers to farmers markets and field-to-fork restaurants, we love to promote them all to our travelers.
The Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is dedicated to creating economic impact through tourism. The effects of our "invisible industry" benefit everyone living in Dane County in key areas including jobs, community services and quality of life. The latest important economic information released by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism clearly shows that travel and tourism brings additional dollars to the Greater Madison economy. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Green County Fairgrounds is a 38 acre multi purpose facility. We have a campground with 100 sites. We are on the Green County ATV trail and our facility is just blocks from the downtown square of Monroe. We have great halls for renting, multiple livestock barns with milking facilities and a track with amphitheater that seats 1800. We host many activities throughout the year. During our winter months we take in campers, RV's, boats and cars for storage.
Smile, and say cheese! You're in southwestern Wisconsin's Green County - famous for Swiss heritage and ethnic cuisine, colorful festivals, and tasty local brews perfectly paired with award-winning cheese. With two trails and mile after mile of paved back roads, Green County offers the best biking in the region. The scenery along the way? Cows grazing the lush green fields, colorful barn quilts, and picturesque dairy farms dotting the horizon. There's more: prairies, parks, a winding river - just right for a leisurely canoe trip; plus the only ATV trail in southern Wisconsin. You'll also enjoy the small town flavor of communities like Monroe, New Glarus, Brodhead, Monticello, Albany, Browntown, Belleville, and Brooklyn. Call 1.888.222.9111 or visit the www.greencounty.org for area lodging.
Originally the Loosen Family Homestead ~ this 160 year old 80 acre farm is Located in the Heart of the Kettle Moraine near the Holy Hill Basilica. The secluded rustic property has been transformed into a Unique Event Destination featuring Art & Farm Market Events, Dinners on the Farm, Music Night on the Farm and Art & Wine Classes. Visitors are in awe to see the creativity and inspiration flowing on the property. Art & Farm Market Weekends: June 3/4, September 16/17, October 14/15 9-4pm. Check out the website for all our Special Event Dates and Times.
Barn Quilts of Rock County, botanical gardens, parks, rural scenery. Bus groups welcome - call or email for sample itineraries. Call 1.800.487.2757 or visit the website for lodging in the area.
We are pleased to introduce you to FUN in the Castle Rock - Petenwell Lakes Region of Juneau County. There are numerous possibilities for loading FUN on your memory wall. Water, Woods, Fields, Trails and Streams are synonymous to our Wisconsin landscape. Whatever suits your palette our Agriculture and Tourism venues are among the finest. We are proud to share this region with our visitors, friends and residents. Make the most of your days as you pour on the FUN!
Non-profit umbrella organization representing the area in solicitation and servicing of all types of travelers to the area.
Any season of the year is the right time to visit Langlade County: The County of Trails. Whether you're looking to explore or just relax, Langlade County, located in the great "Northwoods", offers residents and visitors alike an abundant array of cultural, historical, natural and recreational options. With 842 natural lakes, 225 streams, 200 spring ponds, and over 130,000 of hunting acres, Langlade County provides unlimited hunting and fishing opportunities. The County of Trails has 530 miles of snowmobile trails, over 90 miles of AVT/UTV trails, 50 miles of Ice Age Trails, 16 miles of white water for rafting and paddling, and over 30 miles of cross country skiing. Come experience The County of Trails!
Agriculture plays a strong role in Manitowoc County where there are more dairy cows than people. There are several great places to see farm and other animals - including alpacas. There are also several cheese shops, farmers markets, Pine River Dairy and Henning's Cheese Factory. Milk produced in Manitowoc County is used to make ice cream at Cedar Crest Ice Cream. Get an ice cream sundae at Berners' Soda Fountain in Two Rivers, "the birthplace of the ice cream sundae." You can also enjoy ice cream and hand-dipped chocolates at Beerntsen's Confectionary. You'll be sure to pick up some of your favorite Wisconsin hand-made specialties while experiencing many Manitowoc County traditions.
Marieke Gouda is an award-winning cheese handcrafted on our farm in beautiful Thorp, Wisconsin. We are open year-round for tours, cheese samples and dining. Come visit us on the farm!
Amish countryside businesses (bakery, produce, greenhouse, quilt shop, furniture), World's Largest Round Barn, as well as other round barns in Wood County. Call 1.800.422.4541 or visit the website lodging in the area.
The Menomonie Area Chamber & Visitors Center has proudly served thousands of residents and businesses of Dunn County,as well as thousands of tourists to the region. Located within an hour of the twin cities, Menomonie provides a wide variety of entertainment and recreation for visitors.
There is something for everyone to see and explore on this 4th generation family farm, owned and operated by David & Leslie Meuer! March starts out with the farm making maple syrup. The maple syrup season goes for about a month, and the public is welcome to stop out anytime for a taste and to watch. Once maple syrup season ends, work begins to ready the 5 acres of strawberries for picking in June and July. Work starts by uncovering the berry plants from their straw covered bed, and soon after our honey bees are put out in different locations here on the farm. Pick-Your-Own and pre-picked strawberries are ready in June and early July. July and August is fresh pre-picked Wisconsin Blueberries, and then its fresh bi-color sweet corn. August is new crop honey being harvested here, and then it's our 10 acre corn maze along with hayrides, farm animals, the activity area, and pumpkin picking during the months of Sept. and Oct. We are handicap accessible here at the farm, even the hayrides! Fieldtrips, weddings, tours and outings for companies and groups are available anytime. Because this is an active, operating farm - visitors get to see planting, harvesting, cows calving, and all other aspects of farm life. Once a month from May thru Sept., join in the "Farm Flavors" farm dinner series. Experience a 3-5 course fancy dinner on location, accompanied by a special farm presentation. Reservations are required. To learn about farming, food and conservation, while having fun doing it, plan your trip to the Meuer Farm today!
Monroe County is a place of memorable impressions, unusual contrasts, captivating experiences and new discoveries! Explore the beauty of the area on a biking, hiking or driving adventure. Discover beautiful walkways, biking and hiking trails, rivers, streams and lakes. Discover the growth in Economic Development and see why businesses and people choose to live and work here. Monroe County residents work hard for a living and enjoy the quality of life that our area provides for a good family, "country style" of life. From horse and buggy to the space age, the people of Monroe County boast of a proud heritage of railroads to bike trails, Amish communities, shops, and friendly folk with great stories to tell.
Promoting business and community development in the Platteville area. Whether entering Wisconsin from Iowa or Illinois, Platteville offers the best of Wisconsin. Their official Travel Wisconsin Visitor center is one-of-a-kind, a log cabin-style building that is handicap accessible, with clean restrooms, and a Wi-Fi Hot Spot. Nearly all of the publications in the lobby are FREE, including maps of the tri-states and surrounding areas.
Chamber of Commerce - Providing leadership for building a healthy economy and a high quality of life in the Portage Area.
Racine Wisconsin is located on the shores of Lake Michigan and offers superb hotels, events, and things to do. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or a culture buff, a shopper or lover of architecture, Racine has something for everyone!
Located in beautiful Sauk County, the Reedsburg Area Chamber of Commerce supports a number of rural members who have blended agriculture and tourism and have developed it as their primary business enterprise. They are excited about their efforts to both educate and entertain our urban visitors.
Countywide Tourism Destination marketing organization, promoting the great recreational opportunities, visitor attractions, and quality accommodations in Rusk County, WI - the greater Ladysmith area. Come for a visit, make it your getaway spot, or consider making it home.
Visit environmentally friendly farms, picturesque cranberry marshes and state-of-the-art food processing plants in the Stevens Point area. Located in Wisconsin's Central Sands Region, the Stevens Point area is one of the nation's most important agricultural supplies of potatoes, sweet corn, snap/green beans and green peas. Our region is the largest producer of potatoes for processing in Wisconsin with over 900 million pounds of potatoes produced annually! Nestled among an abundance of green space and 20,000 acres of waterways, the Steven Point area boats over 40 miles of recreation trails to explore as well as natural landscapes fit for birding, fishing, kayaking and more. Visit www.StevensPointArea.com or call 715-344-2556 for activity itineraries, travel resources and a complete list of lodging options.
Experience the sweet tartness of a freshly harvested cranberry, melt-in-your-mouth Amish cashew crunch candy or the saltiness of a fresh squeaky Wisconsin cheese curd. Listen to the clip clop of horse-hooves pulling an Amish buggy down a scenic country road or feel the rush of a jet engine powered tractor at the Budweiser Dairyland Super National Truck & Tractor Pull. Shop for unique Amish & cranberry specialty items at local businesses or shop for one-of-a-kind craft items at the Warrens Cranberry Festival. Get a behind the scenes look at Wisconsin's state fruit, the cranberry, being harvested at the Wetherby Cranberry Company Public Harvest Day or drive through Cranberry Country while taking our self-guided driving tour. Call 1.800.948.6624 or visit the website for area lodging.
Farms, cheese factories, wineries - the perfect combination of ag and tourism. Call 715.832.0025 or visit the website for lodging in the area.
Providing tourism information, assisting visitors and promoting the community and surrounding area. Visit the website for a business directory, dining guide, and details on shopping, lodging, entertainment, and a calendar of events.
Cranberry highway scenic drive and tours, pumpkin patches, pick-your-own fruit farms, alpaca farm, fishing (rivers, lakes, streams), cheese factory, indoor and outdoor archery ranges, Christmas tree farms, wildlife area. Visit online for information on the "Spud, Berry & Dairy Tour" - including a visit to the UW Ag Research Farm, an onion packing facility, the Russet Potato Exchange, and dairy farm, and much more! Call 715.422.4651 or visit the website for lodging in the area.