Join us as we travel to Apple Holler, a former dairy farm turned into destination for family fun. We’ll be checking out the Farm Park, where kids can visit with barnyard animals: pygmy goats, bunnies, chickens, turkeys, guinea pigs, and ducks. There’s mazes to explore, a giant slide, a music garden, a corn-filled “sand” box for digging, an Amish-built wooden train for pretend play, a climbing structure, and more! Admission is $4/person, and re-entry is allowed with a hand stamp.
If interested, Apple Holler also has pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, as well as an on-site restaurant and country store, bakery, and deli. Bring a lunch to enjoy, or try some food from the restaurant! On weekdays beginning at 11a, the restaurant offers a soup & salad buffet in addition to their regular lunch menu and daily specials.
The Farm Park opens at 10a; the country store and restaurant open for breakfast at 7a, and the apple orchard opens at 9a.
Apple Holler is located off I-94 between Kenosha and Racine. It’s address is on Sylvania Avenue, which is the same as–and only labeled as–West Frontage Road. There is a parking lot, with overflow room on the frontage road itself.
If you are interested in attending, RSVP by email at MilwaukeeHMN (@) gmail (dot) com.