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Waldvogel’s Farm opens up for fall fun from September 19th through October 31st.

Monday through Thursday: Open from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Friday: Open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday: Open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

There are several new attractions for 2020. The highlights are a Grain TrainFiretruck Play Area, Extra Events in our Event Barn, New Mini Golf obstacles, Adult Histriker, Iceless Curling, Haunted Ghost Room (Haunted Granary), Haunted Mirror (Haunted Granary), and Explosion Facade (Lost Mine).

View information about each one of the over 60 attractions at Waldvogel’s Farm.

Monday through Thursday: 2pm and 4pm

Friday: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm

Saturday and Sunday: Continuously throughout the day until 5:30pm.

Monday through Thursday: 1pm, 3pm, 5pm

Friday: 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm

Saturday and Sunday: Continuously throughout the day

We recommend that you follow the directions we provide, or that you use Google Maps to find directions to Waldvogel’s Farm.
We have had problems reported using the directions provided by Apple Maps (using an iPhone).

View Our Directions to Waldvogel’s Farm

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There are several things that are different to keep in mind. To find out more, follow this link:
Weekend vs Weekday Differences.

Cash, check and credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover). Farmer’s Market vouchers are also accepted. Please
note that there are 1 ATM available for your convenience.

Our Season Passes are for our Activity Area Admission only. They can be used any day during our normal business hours during the fall season to get in to the activity area.

The Caramel Apple Kitchen is open from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

The Caramel Apple Kitchen is located inside of the market (in the big red building) and is where the delicious caramel
apples are made. This area is free to the general public.

Waldvogel’s Farm offers acres of free parking – please do not park on the side of the road.

Weekends are the best times for families to visit as all activities are up and running. We recommend the season pass so that you can enjoy the over 60 attractions, including weekly live shows!

Arrive early so you have time to enjoy all of the activities.

Yes. No one under age 16 will be admitted without an adult. All children must be accompanied by an adult while on the farm.

Yes, here is our policy on photographers: We ask that photographers only bring a camera and be respectful of other guests and employees. The photographer will also have to pay admission if they are going in the activity area.

The Market Area is handicap accessible. The Activity Area has a lot of uneven terrain, and being mostly outdoors, can be difficult for guests in a wheelchair.
We have had many guests say the terrain is manageable. Note that the farm train is now accessible. The wagon ride does have steps.

Any guest that is 3 years or over (adults included) pay when they choose to enter the activity area. There is no charge to take the hayride or to visit the market or apple kitchen. We are often told that there are lots of activities for all ages.

Activity Area Admission includes many activities (over 50 in fact) grouped together for a discounted price.
Because of that, we do not offer discounts unless there is a group of 100 or more.

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No carry-ins are allowed on Saturday and Sunday. Food is available at the Stagecoach Cafe and Apple Kitchen.

Kid-friendly food is available such as white and chocolate milk, fresh apples, chex mix, hot dogs, and nachos.

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Yes. Please leave all tobacco products in your car. Absolutely no alcohol or firearms are allowed on the premises.

Asking us a question on Facebook is probably the quickest way to get a response.
You can always fill out our online contact form,
or call us at 920-885-9590.

Our insurance does not allow pets on the farm. Service animals are welcome.

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