Food Chain: A Marketplace of Food, Art & Ideas at Witwen Park
Mon–Thu: 11 am–3 pm, Fri–Sun: 11 am–5 pm
Be sure to visit the DTour Food Chain stop at historic Witwen Park located at the heart of the route. You'll find local edibles for now and later from an array of vendors. Music, special events, and an art shop too! Beer & Cider Tent open on weekends.
Meet Our Vendors
Chef K. Clark Pickles & Preserves Unique small batch pickles & preserves.
Fizzeology Foods Fermented local & organic veggies including seasonal blends.
Four Elements Herbal teas & homegrown, handcrafted wellness products.
Hispanic Knights of Columbus Delicious tacos & tamales.
Solace Creek Coffee Handcrafted & locally roasted, purely artisanal coffee.
Tortilleria Zepeda Nixtamal corn tortillas, chips and masa.
Wisconsin River Meats Cured and custom smoked meats sourced from local farms.
A former church camp and historic gathering place with white wooden buildings in a quiet setting next to Honey Creek, Witwen Park has been stewarded by the Sprecher family since 1922. The first record of summer revival meetings held on this land dates to 1853 when 34 tents were pitched for several weeks on the banks of the creek. The Tabernacle was built in 1918. Today, Witwen hosts a summer concert series and polycultural events like the Farm/Art DTour which invite folks to celebrate the land and those who care for it.