Best Dam Fest Revitalizes Downtown Beaver Dam


Be captivated by a unique blend of heritage, creative expression, and small-town charm on your next weekend visit to Beaver Dam! Enjoy ticketed rides, a scavenger hunt, and craft demonstrations as part of this year’s revitalized Best Dam Fest in Downtown Beaver Dam and Tahoe Park.

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Boozy Brunch Walk

Beaver Dam offers an exciting blend of heritage, creativity, and small-town charm just a short drive from Fox Cities. Its historical roots, community events, spacious areas, and historical events make Beaver Dam an attractive destination for locals and visitors.

Discover Beaver Dam’s finest wines during the annual Boozy Brunch Walk in downtown Beaver Dam. Participants receive a passport that allows them to visit seven pre-arranged “sip” stops around town while sampling food and beverage from each one – everyone who completes the silly scavenger hunt will be entered for door prizes; drinks must be 4oz or smaller in size.

At this event, guests can enjoy browsing tables of handmade goods and delicious foods sold by crafters and artists, live entertainment, and an all-you-can-eat corn roast offering all-you-can-eat corn, brats, and beer for snacking pleasure.

Beaver Dam Raceway features five divisions for racing cars to race around its 1/3-mile banked clay oval track – Legends, Modifieds, and Sport Mods sanctioned by INEX are just three such competitions! The way also hosts Legends-in-drag racing.

Art Walk

Visit Beaver Dam to experience an inspiring mix of heritage, creative expression, and small-town charm! This scenic area is home to numerous unique restaurants, specialty shops, two scenic waterways, an abundance of parks, and plenty of open spaces for roaming. Beaver Dam has also become an increasingly popular outdoor enthusiast spot due to its expansive sunflower fields that bring people nationwide.

Art Walk celebrates the town’s diverse heritage by showcasing local artists, designers, and craftsmen. Ticket holders can sample beverages at several downtown businesses while touring their area and learning its history; visitors can pick up a map at the Chamber of Commerce office before beginning their tour.

Other events and activities at Tahoe Park Festival include a pig roast, an apple butter-making contest race, an all-day pancake breakfast, and numerous music acts such as Got Wisco? and Fool House. Tahoe Park was constructed as a lakefront amusement park during the 19th century, offering many carnival rides and games during its festival days.

Swan Park and Vita Springs were once run by homeopath George Swan and believed to help with various ailments. Visitors can also explore historic homes or visit one of its charming museums – its central location makes it easier to discover nearby Wisconsin Dells or Fox River State Park attractions.

Wine Walk

Beaver Dam offers an exhilarating mix of heritage, creativity, and small-town charm, perfect for visitors who wish to experience its history and culture. Beaver Dam Wine, Boozy Brunch, and Chocolate Walk tours allow guests to discover all these lively community offers, from its historic sites and local businesses to delicious cuisine and entertainment options.

The Wine Walk allows participants to select their path through downtown while sampling 21 wines at 21 “Sip Stops.” Alcoholic samples will be limited to 1-2 ounces for safe tasting.

Attendees can sample over 40 wines at popular Beaver Dam restaurants, shops, and businesses. Each ticket has a commemorative wine glass, wristband, raffle entry form, and snacks such as German-style cinnamon roasted pecans and churro puffs at each stop.

The Wine Walk is an evening event with 225 attendees, available for purchase through the Beaver Dam Chamber of Commerce. At check-in, participants will be provided their glass, map, and wristbands for identification during this event. Mocktail Designated Driver tickets, including five full mocktails and infused water at specific locations, can also be purchased.

Chocolate Walk

For those looking for the best of both worlds, Beaver Dam’s Chocolate Walk provides a delicious treat-tasting experience while exploring Beaver Dam. Visitors can taste delicious snacks such as chocolate-covered popcorn from Chippy’s Popcorn Creations, German-style cinnamon roasted pecans, and churro puffs from Chippy’s Popcorn Creations as well as sip on hot cocoa as they stroll downtown businesses – the event is free until supplies run out!

Beaver Dam is a small city with a strong sense of community that prides itself on supporting local area businesses. Beaver Dam’s history and heritage are celebrated through parks, museums, and events; Swan Park was built upon an 18th-century mineral spring believed to offer curative properties and cure all kinds of illnesses at that time.

Beaver Dam offers something to fit everyone, whether you’re searching for accommodation or seeking adventure. From parks with recreational opportunities to historic structures perfect for exploring, Beaver Dam has something for every budget and taste! Plus, its restaurants serve delicious meals while their staff provides impeccable service! The town truly offers something unique at every price range!

Beaver Dam is an ideal getaway or more extended vacation spot just one hour outside of Fox Cities, featuring an abundance of activities and serving as the largest city in Dodge County. Its charming atmosphere, family-friendly attractions, spacious parks, and charming parks make it an excellent place for young families with young children. Furthermore, Beaver Dam boasts an outstanding selection of restaurants and hotels that pride themselves on providing superior customer service and helping small businesses flourish.

Sip & Shop

Beaver Dam offers visitors an opportunity to sample local food and drinks. The city is best known for serving traditional Wisconsin fare such as cheese curds and bratwurst; plus there are several excellent eateries like Park Plaza Pizza and Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant that serve these delicacies.

Beaver Dam’s most desirable time to visit is during its warm summer temperatures when fishing and other outdoor activities are abundant. But visitors should also explore its parks and natural areas in September-October or March-May as these times offer ample opportunity.

Beaver Dam offers visitors many art and culture events throughout the year, from community theater performances to an annual arts festival. Visitors can take in performances by local musicians and artists while admiring historic architecture in Beaver Dam’s buildings. Furthermore, its museums showcase numerous exhibits, such as the National Railroad Museum or History Center of Dodge County exhibits.

Beaver Dam Raceway is an attraction for auto racing fans, where visitors can watch cars speed around a one-third mile banked clay oval track and hear roaring engines as cars run past. Between races, visitors can purchase refreshments from their concession stand while watching exciting racing action! Beaver Dam Raceway hosts five divisions – Grand Nationals, INEX-sanctioned Legends, Modifieds, and Sport Modifieds.