N7416 County Road I, Juneau, WI 53039 (directions)
No one under age 16 will be admitted without an adult. All children must be accompanied by an adult
Waldvogel’s Farm is your Fall Fun destination. With more than 20 attractions (The Lost Mine, Farm Train, Hayride, Haunted Granery, Pumpkin Launch, Duck Races & more), you are sure to have a full day of fun. Bring your camera and be prepared to create memories that will last a lifetime.
NEW for 2014, we now have two Corn Mazes. The smaller one IS included with General Admission. One of America's Largest Corn Mazes is not included with General Admission and is a separate charge. Each year, Waldvogel's partners with a non-profit organization. This year, they have decided to partner with the Badger Honor Flight. A portion of sales will go towards sending worthy veterans to Washington, DC to see the memorials that we made for them. This maze will also be available to all current and former service members for no charge. (Please be prepared to show us your military ID, VA ID or DD-214)
The Stagecoach Cafe offers beverages, fresh grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, nachos and other goodies. For dessert, check out the Apple Kitchen for apple pie and ice cream, caramel apples and apple split supremes, made-to-order.
September 20-30; October 1-31
10am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday
1pm to 6pm Monday through Friday (mornings are reserved for school tours)
Weekday hayrides are available to the public at 4 & 5 p.m. (Weather Permitting)
Train rides are available on weekends and 4:30 p.m. during the week (New for 2014!)
The Caramel Apple Kitchen is open from 4 - 6 p.m. on the weekdays and 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
General Admission 1-Day Passes - $9.00
Season Passes - $22.00 (does not include admission to the large corn maze)
Large Corn Maze Tickets - $8.00
Any guest that is 3 years or over (adults included) pay when they choose to enter an attraction. There is no charge to visit the market.
Admission does not include food, drinks, pumpkins, gemstone mining, duck races, face painting, the laser dodge, or the large corn maze. (The smaller corn maze is included.)
Cash, check, credit card (Mastercard, Visa, Discover) accepted.
2014 Pumpkin Olympics
Didn’t get invited to the Olympics this year? Neither did we. Waldvogel’s Farm has decided to create their own Pumpkin Olympics that will be open to everyone! Starting September 20th and going until October 26th, we will have events each weekend that you can participate in and enjoy. If you chose to compete for the podium, we will keep track of your team’s score. Below are the events, rules and scoring guidelines to this year’s competition.
Pumpkin Mini Bowling See if you can get a strike using a pumpkin!
Pumpkin Skeeball Roll our mini pumpkins into our make shift Skeeball game.
Pumpkin Golf Test your pumpkin golfing skills to see if you can get a hole in one!
Pumpkin Toss Can you hit the target?
Awards Ceremony (October 26th) Did your team bring home the gold? Come to our celebration of Halloween and Fall. This is going to be an event that you will not want to miss.
Rules and Scoring Guidelines
The Waldvogel’s Farm Pumpkin Olympics is designed to be a good ole fashioned friendly competition. There are multiple ways to score points. The first way is by scoring at the event at the farm. The second is by recruiting a big team. The third is by competing in as many events as possible. For example, you will score 5 points for creating a team. Each team member that you have will give you 2 points. The events will have a varying range of points from 0-20 and we will take the top ten scores from each team. We highly encourage you to get a large, enthusiastic and skilled team!
On October 26th, there will be an awards ceremony with prizes for the winners. Please follow our website and Facebook page for updates. Please plan on joining us as it will be the “Superbowl” of Fall Festival Finales!
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Waldvogel's Farm Market is located on Country Road I, just 1 ¼ miles north of Hwy 33, between Beaver Dam and Horicon.
Take Hwy 151 to Hwy 33 exit. Turn east (right) on Hwy 33. Go approximately 4 ½ miles on Hwy 33. Turn north (left) on County Road I.
Take Hwy 41 north to Hwy 33 exit. Turn west (left) on Hwy 33 through Horicon. Continue on Hwy 33 to County Road I. Turn north (right).
Take Hwy 26 north to Hwy 33. Turn west (left). Go 2 miles on Hwy 33 to County Road I. Turn north (right).
From West Bend:
Take Hwy 33 west through Horicon. Continue on Hwy 33 to County Road I. Turn north (right).
From Fond du Lac:
Take Hwy 151 south to Hwy 33 exit. Turn east (left) on Hwy 33. Go approximately 4 ½ miles on Hwy 33. Turn north (left) on County Road I.
Take Hwy 41 south to Hwy 26 exit (south). Hwy 151 bypass around Waupun. Take Hwy 26 exit. Turn south (left). Take Hwy 26 to Hwy 33. Turn west (right). Go 2 miles on Hwy 33 to County Road I. Turn north (right).
Take Hwy 33 east through Beaver Dam to County Road I. Turn north (left).
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