Fall Festival and Hayrides!
Mother Nature determines the exact date and availability of the fruit and vegetables.
Greenhouses: Proven Winner™ plants, Geraniums, traditional annual flower plants, vegetable plants, Herbs, hanging baskets, and container gardens. middle of April until sold out.
Homegrown Asparagus: starting around the 1st week of May
Seedless Watermelon: June
Southern Illinois Peaches: starting 1st-2nd week of June
Homegrown Tomatoes: July
Homegrown Cucumbers: 1st week of July
Homegrown Zucchini: 1st week of July
Potatoes: 1st week of July
Michigan Blueberries: 2nd week of July
Homegrown Bi-Color Sweet Corn: 2nd-3rd week of July
Grapes, Nectarines, Bing Cherries, Plums: middle of July based on quality and availability
Homegrown Onions: 2nd-3rd week of July
Homegrown Garlic: 2nd-3rd week of July
Homegrown Peppers: middle of August
Homegrown Eggplant: middle of August
Homegrown Muskmelon: middle of August
Homegrown Tomatoes: starting middle of August
Homegrown Fall Mums: middle of August
Michigan Apples: around 3rd week of August
Michigan Peaches: around Labor Day
Homegrown Fall Squash: around Labor Day
Gourds, pumpkins, corn stalk bundles, pumpkin gourds, Indian corn, straw bales, fall decorations: middle of September
Fall Hayrides: October 2nd -October 31st: Sat 9am-4:30pm, Sun 11am-4:30pm (weather permitting)
Hayrides: Saturdays 9am-4:30pm and Sundays 11am-4:30pm (weather permitting)
Columbus Day Hayrides: 9am-4:30pm (weather permitting)
Harvest Playland: 5 acre corn maze, wooden train, castle, and ship on weekends
Available All Season:
Amish Jams, Jellies, Fruit Butters, Pickled Products, Stuffed Olives, Salsas, Fruit Salsas, Mustards, Mayo/Mustard Spreads, Pie Fillings, Salad Dressings, BBQ Sauces, Homegrown Gourmet Popcorn, and Wisconsin Pure Maple Syrup.
Local Honey and Frozen Sweet Corn (while supplies last)
OCTOBER HOURS: Sun-Fri 11am-5pm; Sat 9am-5pm