Muskego still holds onto numerous family farms, and a couple of them look at fall as one of their busiest times for customers. Taking an opportunity to bring in families for pumpkin picking, Basse's and Godsell farms have plenty of other events and items for fall, ripe for the picking.
Basse's Country Delight is perhaps the most well-known farmstead in Muskego, being along a busy stretch of Janesville Road.
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Hayrides and pick-your-own pumpkins are offered for $7 per person, with kids 3 and younger free.
- Corn maze for $3 - available Saturday and Sunday only from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Pumpkins are available at the store as well for $0.50 and up
- Fresh picked apples from Basse's orchard
- Homemade Apple Cider Donuts
- Fresh apple cider
- Fall crafts and decorations
- Homemade preserves, bird seeds, popcorn and more are also available in their market
- School tours welcome - please call ahead to register
Godsell Farms is located just south of Highway 36 a little off the beaten path on Loomis Drive, but offers a lot as well for families during the fall as well as year-round.
Hours: Open every Saturday and Sunday in October from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
For $7.00 per person (children under 2 free) you will enjoy:
- Unlimited time on the farm to visit and feed all of the friendly farm animals
- Unlimited access to the kid-friendly "Haunted" Trail
- Puppet show
- Photo contest
- Pumpkin weight guessing contest
- Rubber duck races
- Discovery boxes
- A cow milking simulator
- A small pumpkin for each paid guest (larger pumkins available for upgrade or additional purchase)
- Food and drinks for purchase at their welcome center including fresh popped popcorn, hot dogs, chips, candy, hot chocolate, soda, juice, water and more.