Warrens, the “Cranberry Capital of Wisconsin”, population 400, is located in the northeastern corner of Monroe County. This community swells over 100,000 during its annual cranberry harvest festival.
The Festival is perhaps best known for its shopping and boasts over 800 arts & crafts booths (unusual works of art), 300 flea & antique booths (primitives, pottery and antiques), 100 farm market booths (fresh fall produce) and 100 food vendors that make for a three-mile shopping extravaganza!!!
There is a variety of contests for young and old alike.
Musicians are throughout the grounds during the weekend with flute music of the Andes, piano and dulcimer.
Friday and Saturday, hop aboard a bus for a Cranberry Marsh tour beginning at 8:00 am this is an hour-guided tour.
The gigantic parade held on Sunday starts at noon. Come early, bring your lawn chair, and enjoy the variety of foods throughout the festival.
Warrens is located 8 miles northwest of Tomah off Interstate 94 West to Exit #135 in central Wisconsin’s “Heart of Cranberry Country”, where there are more families growing cranberries than anywhere else in the world!
Anyone wishing a schedule of events brochure or rules for contests may write the Warrens Cranberry Festival, PO Box 146, Warrens, WI 54666, phone (608) 378-4200, Fax (608) 378-4250, or e-mail us at email@example.com