COTTAGE GROVE, Wis. – There’s a new business in town bringing a unique take on fall outdoor recreation. Warm Belly Farm is focused on elevating fall agritourism from a pumpkin patch to a premium, immersive experience through its Fall Festival.

“We have a passion for growing local food and creating one-of-a-kind experiences,” says Warm Belly founder Francis Wisniewski, “The goal of Warm Belly Farm is for each person who visits to experience the feeling of full happiness.”

Reimagining fall fun, Warm Belly began as a you-pick hydroponic strawberry and apple farm in Fort Atkinson. Based on the success of their first location, Warm Belly acquired the former America’s Best greenhouse location in Cottage Grove in December of 2022.
“We don’t just have a corn maze, we made a corn maze surrounded by sunflowers with photo-ops and surprises,” says Wisniewski. “We don’t just have snacks; we have a beer garden. We actively look for ways to elevate each part of the experience.”
The Fall Festival at Warm Belly Farm will run Friday to Sunday each week through October 29. Warm Belly Farm will offer a variety of high-end experiences. Whether you are looking to sip cider with your friends, pick pumpkins, or decorate your home with fresh greenery, Warm Belly has something to offer.

 Tickets are $13 per visitor and offer specific time windows to ensure the farm remains at a comfortable capacity. To learn more about the site or purchase tickets for the upcoming season, click here.