Country Gardens offering fall fun for the whole
tours are offered anytime of the year...
This primarily wetland area known as Old Glacial
Lake Wisconsin teams with a diversity of avian, plant and animal
species. The owners of Glacial Lake Cranberries, Inc. are willing
to share with you this diverse population. Nesting Loons, Sandhill
Cranes, Trumpeter Swan, and Black Terns are always a thrill to see.
offered by appointment. Please call 715.887.2095 for more
Blossom Festival is June 20-23, 2013 in Wisconsin Rapids, WI
- the largest producing area of cranberries in the world!
Time is mid-June through mid-July...
delicate pink cranberry blossoms cover the low lying cranberry beds.
These small blossoms so resemble the heads of Sandhill Cranes, the early
settlers named the plant "Crane-berry." Tours are
offered at Glacial Lake Cranberries Monday through Friday by appointment
only. Please call 715.887.2095 for more
Wisconsin Tourism Association (CWTA)
Highway® - Wisconsin Rapids Area
Glacial Lake Cranberries Directions
We finished cranberry harvest
October 23rd...Fresh Cranberries are sold out for 2012. Thank you for visiting us!
Enjoy a tradition that began over 125 years ago and visit
one of the oldest cranberry marshes in central Wisconsin.
Harvest time, during the last week of September and through
at least the third week of October,
is the most colorful time to take pleasure in a tour and appreciate
the natural beauty of the cranberry wetlands.
During a guided tour you will be able to witness cranberry harvest
and you will be Connecting with North America’s Native Red Fruit by
visiting the CranberryLink© Visitor
you will feed your visiting mind as you
view videos, cranberry memorabilia, and cranberry collectibles.
It also offers fresh cranberries and cranberry-related items for
Glacial Lake Cranberries will offer mini-bus cranberry harvest tours
Monday through Friday and on select Saturdays. Reservations required- Please call ahead 715.887.2095.
Adults $15, Children $7.50 (4 and under free)
Although harvest time is the most popular time to visit because of the
beautiful fall colors complimenting the seas of floating red cranberries,
every season in the life of a cranberry and its surrounding support land,
offers our guests something special and unique to see.
Whether it's hiking, biking, or birding, let
Lake Cranberries, Inc. be
your guide. Please write, call, fax, or
us for further information and to reserve your time to visit!
Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI
An organization dedicated to the study and preservation of cranes and is
the only place in the world where you can see all 15 crane species.
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