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It’s the best time of year for those seeking autumn beauty and fall festivals, it’s Bayfield Apple Festival time! The Bayfield Chamber & Visitors Bureau and its stakeholders are excited to invite you to one of “Wisconsin’s Best Festivals,” coined by Wisconsin Trails Magazine. Enjoy food and craft vendors all weekend long, live music from Big Top Chautauqua's Blue Canvas Orchestra and other area musicians at Memorial Park Gazebo for Concerts by the Lake. Don't miss the crowning of the Apple Festival Queen and/or King, the Spectrum Carnival and the Grand Parade down historic Rittenhouse Avenue on Sunday to wrap up the weekend's events! 

60th Annual Bayfield Apple Festival

Celebrate the fall harvest with us in Bayfield Wisconsin!  Enjoy various apple orchard events and tours, and come downtown for live music, food and craft vendors, and the Spectrum Carnival.  

Can't join us this year?  We hope to see you next year, on October 6, 7, and 8, 2023!  

 

Getting Here

Legendary Waters Shuttle:

Friday-Sunday, 9:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Park at Legendary Waters Resort and Casino and take the shuttle down to Apple Festival!

 

Hauser's Shuttle:

Saturday - Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Park at Hauser's Superior View Farm and take the shuttle to Apple Festival!

 

BART Bus:

Saturday Only

Bay Area Rural Transit will provide a shuttle between Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield on SATURDAY ONLY.

Please CLICK HERE for more information on pick-up, drop-off times and locations. 

 

Parking Lots Managed by the Bayfield School District Students 

$10/ Vehicle to Park 

All the money made goes to the Middle and High School Students at the Bayfield School District. 

- Bremer Bank Parking Lot 

- Core Community Resources Lot (Formerly Maggies: Base of Manypenny)

- Bayfield Lumber Yard Lot 

- City Boat Launch Lot (125 South First Street)

- Bayfield High School Parking Lot (300 N 4th Street)

 

Festival Parking 

Bodin Fisheries Parking Lot 

$10/ Vehicle to Park Close to the Action 

“Follow the Fish” signs along the Highway and detours and park one block away from the vendors and carnival rides at Bodin Fisheries. The parking lot is located along Wilson Avenue across from Bodin Fish House (208 Wilson Avenue.) 

 

Handicap Parking Lot 

On the corner of South 2nd Street and Manypenny Avenue 

Check out all the events happening over the weekend including the Apple Peeling Contest, King/Queen Coronation, and the Grand Parade!

Enjoy festival food at the farm including smoked pork sandwiches with apple butter BBQ sauce, caramel apples, jam, apples, apple butter and Apfelhaus Cidery. Handcrafted hard cider and tasting daily! Also grab a famous Apple Pie Square from The Town of Russel’s Pie Stand! It will be at the orchard…

Head up to Erickson Orchard and Country Store for fun for everyone! Take a hay ride, and check out the orchard maze for the kids! See a special performance from Native Dancers on Saturday morning starting at 10:30 a.m. and live music on Saturday from the Nicolet Dropouts starting at noon. Enjoy a…

Check out the Farm Store filled with locally made goodies including, but not limited to, fresh and sustainably made apple cider, hard cider, granola, jams, jellies, butters, and fruit mustards and apple brats! Self-guided orchard tours with five butterfly houses. Walk through the cider house and see…

Rabideaux Orchard be selling fresh apples, apple cider, baked goods, apple brats both at the orchard and downtown and fresh apples! Apple Varieties include Cortland, McIntosh, Honeycrisp and Honeygolds, pears. Honey and maple syrup also available.

Open Friday, 1pm-5:30pm, Saturday and Sunday, 8am-5:30pm. Enjoy apples, apple cider, squash, garlic jams and jellies along with other locally grown treats. Talk to the owners about organic farming and alternative energy!