What better way to pick your pumpkin for Halloween than from a trainride through the beautiful countryside of the Baraboo Hills? The seven-mile, 55-minute round-trip ride on a former branch line of the Chicago & North Western Railway will include a stopover at the Quartzite Lake Pumpkin Patch.
Passengers young and old can take a leisurely stroll through the patch to select their pumpkin for purchase. The train conductor will help you load your pumpkin on the train for the return back to North Freedom. Price of pumpkin is extra in addition to train fare.
ALL TRAINS ARE DIESEL-POWERED.
October 19 & 20
10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, and 2:30pm
Price of pumpkin is extra in addition to train fare.
Senior Citizens (62 and over): $18.00
Student (13-18): $15.00
Children (3-12): $10.00
Children 2 and under: free
Mastercard, Visa, Discover, and American Express cards welcome.
Mid-Continent is located at North Freedom, Wisconsin, about one hour north of Madison, and 1/2 hour south from Wisconsin Dells.
From I-90/94, take Wisc. Hwy. 33 west to Baraboo.
From the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 12 and Wisc. Hwy. 33 in Baraboo, take Wisc. Hwy. 136 west toward Rock Springs about 4 miles. Turn left on Cty. Hwy. PF to North Freedom. Follow the signs west from the 4-way stop in town.
For GPS users, many databases have us in the wrong place. Use these coordinates instead: N 43.4602 W 89.8744
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