Thursday, August 21, 2014

Peck's in Spring Green, Wisconsin

We live in Wisconsin, we are surrounded by corn.  But this past Monday we made corn an adventure.  One of our son's favorite foods, it was essential for his birthday dinner.  No market or store would do, we used our day off from work/school to drive to Peck's Market just outside of Spring Green.  We bought 6 ears of corn and some melon.  Then we enjoyed the grounds, all for donation prices.

Whether you have kids or are a kid at heart, consider the drive to this lovely spot.  Pick up local foods and enjoy the randomness of this roadside attraction.

Bouncing in an inflatable pumpkin for those 12 and under:


Watch for the sign and American flag.

No fee, just donations.  There are deer, a bison, donkey, goats and countless birds.

The only Angry Bird our kids know - this one got outside it's coop and wanted back in, and us away!

My personal favorite, the goats. Twenty-five cents for a handful of corn.

And playground equipment to burn off yet more energy!

Frugal -- why pay for pricey parks and zoos when you can go to Pecks!

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