Summer and fall can get pretty jam-packed with get-togethers and events. If you are looking to take a day to have some fun as a family and do something different than the traditional pool day or children’s museum visit, consider these agritourism spots. You’ll not only have fun and the kids will get plenty of fresh air, but you might even sneak in some learning about Wisconsin farmers and agriculture at the same time. 

Govin’s Farm, Menomonie 

Govin’s Farm is located East of Menomonie in northwestern Wisconsin. Owned by John and Julie Govin, their entire family enjoys sharing their love of farming with the community. Seasonally they host a variety of events that are fun for all ages. This summer and fall you can stop by to pick your own strawberries and purchase lamb products or take part in their fall festivities complete with a corn maze.  

Visit to learn more and plan your visit.  

Feltz’s Dairy Store, Stevens Point

Feltz Family Farms is a fifth-generation dairy farm. In June 2017, the family opened Feltz’s Dairy Store and in 2021 opened a Farmstead Cheese Plant. The store features viewing windows into their robot barn that allow visitors to observe the cows being milked, while enjoying an ice cream cone or some delicious fresh cheese curds. A viewing window is also featured into the cheese plant where visitors can view fresh cheese being made at certain times during the week. The farm also has a play area for kids called the Fun Farm.

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Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert

At Mulberry Lane Farm people of all ages can interact and learn about farm animals through hands-on group and self-guided tours. The farm offers a full family fun experience from a petting zoo to seasonal activities that will let kids enjoy country life. At this farm it is encouraged to pet the animals. Hayrides are offered and visitors can learn to milk a cow.

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Jelli’s Market, Helenville 

Jelli’s Market in Helenville has something for everyone and something different for each season. Located between Madison and Milwaukee this farm is a perfect place for a pit stop. Steve and Jody Knoebel own and operate the business, along with their daughters Jessica, Lindsay and Libby. 

The farm grows strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, asparagus and sweet corn.  They also sell plants in the spring and other produce from their 2-acre garden. Their apple orchard is also a huge hit in the fall.  With nearly 5,000 trees, a large percentage are Honeycrisp variety, but they have Macintosh, Snowsweet and many other varieties as well.  

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Petals and Plows, Ripon 

Owned by Wayne and Jo Kaufman, this special Wisconsin family-owned farm is located between Oshkosh, Ripon and Berlin. With the help of their son, Wade, Kaufman Farms has a spring-to-fall greenhouse as well as an annual one-of-a-kind corn maze and other fall activities.  

This year they are partnering with the NFL Draft on an 18-acre corn maze. You’ll want to see it for yourself so make plans in the fall to visit this farm if that is of interest.  

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Vesperman Farms, Lancaster

Kyle and his parents, Bruce and Judy, are involved in every area of farm life, from planting strawberries to making donuts at Vesperman Farms. This family loves to share their farm’s history and stories. Activities at the farm include the zip line, big bin slides, tire mountain, goat petting zoo, ball zone, farm basketball, chalk truck and lawn games. Oh and did I mention they have an ice cream truck?

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Looking for more family fun options? Head over to our Visit a Farm page to discover your next ag-venture!