Thank you to our Sponsors
A Celebration of All the Forest Has to Offer!
FREE, Fun, Family event held the first SATURDAY of August each year
Our goal with Forest Fest is to educate the general public about all of the products we enjoy and rely on that come from our forests. Also, as a successful organization, we have a responsibility to give back to the community we thrive in. It makes us feel really good and connected. Participants include forestry and logging professionals, fine artists and crafters, businesses, organizations and associations from landowners to trappers and governmental agencies.
Enjoy stories and original songs by Bill Jamerson and music from “The Pinery Boys” - Journey back in time with these historical “edu-tainers”.
Forest Fest has a logging equipment demonstration, the UW-Stevens Point Timbersports Team, David Hedquist author of the book "Waterfalling in Wisconsin, The Complete Guide to Waterfalls in the Badger State", arts and crafts, wood carving, raffles, geocaching, foragering, chainsaw carving, harvester simulator, live birds of prey, a children's fishing pond, tree identification, horse-drawn wagon rides, activites for children, live entertainment and more!
All proceeds support natural resources education for youth!
All you can eat breakfast starts at 8:00 served in the Dining Hall for $8.00.No food will be served in the dining hall after breakfast has been served, however it will remain open after breakfast to provide a restroom at that end of campus.
WHAT'S ON THE MENU?
Breakfast - $8/adult and $3/children (while supplies last)
- Pancakes (Stovelids)
- Syrup (Black Strap)
- Potatoes (Murphys)
- Sausage (Port Bellies)
- Fruit (Logging Berries)
- Coffee (Dishwater)
- 1% Milk
- Juice - Apple and Orange
Lunch -11:00 am to 2:30 pm CASH ONLY
Served in the BIG tent.
- Trig's Famous Smokehouse Brat
- Hot dogs
- Deep-fried corn
- Watermelon Wedges (included with hamburger, brat, and hot dogs)
- Bottled Water
- Logs & Sawdust
- Yellow and Chocolate Cake – FREE!
As a general rule adults can smoke on campus, but should not be visible to children. We appreciate your consideration.
Parking is available along city streets, in the parking lot of city hall as well as the football field behind city hall.
No pets allowed.
First Aid will be available at the information booth located right in front of the Education Hall building.