An apple a day keeps the doctor away, giving you ample time to rifle through his office for hidden lollipops. Savor the sweet flavors of nature's candy with this Groupon.
Chose Between Two Options
- $25 for two adult passes for unlimited admission in 2013 (a $50 value)
- $35 for two adult passes for unlimited admission in 2013 and five two-person buddy-admission passes (a $70 value)
Admission gives you unlimited access all year long to this 40-acre farmers' and flea market. A variety of vendors sell a wide range of items, including original artwork, housewares, jewelry, and fresh locally grown produce.
7 Mile Fair
Tired of all the “stuff” buried in his basement and attic, Chuck Niles created a forum for neighbors and friends to swap their unused belongings with one another. Since its foundation in the late 1950s, Niles's forum has grown into a 40-acre farmer’s and flea market known as the 7 Mile Fair. Chuck's son Scott has since taken over operations, and the fair has expanded into both an indoor and outdoor space for vendors to sell everything from electronics and clothing to locally grown produce and real Wisconsin cheese. Shoppers can pick-up “As-Seen-on-TV” products, auto parts, and gift baskets every weekend of year—rain or shine—before strolling into one of several restaurants on the grounds, including the same coffee and donut shop that once fed Chuck and his pals.
“Excellent shopping experience ex specially outdoors in summer months, never know what you will find, and most of the time you can get excellent deals”
“7-Mile Fair is loaded with bargains. You'll never know what you'll find but the thrill of the hunt is at the 7-Mile Fair.”
“I gave the group on deal to a neighbor and he was so excited to get it. He promised to take us along as guests!!! It was a great deal for him because he goes to 7...”
“I gave the group on deal to a neighbor and he was so excited to get it. He promised to take us along as guests!!! It was a great deal for him because he goes to 7 mile fair often. The above question does not allow me to click Probably wouldn't have gone to this business.”