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Valentines Day/ Month Special

February 5, 2014 by braytonbb

I know we are already 5 days into February and I am a bit behind the ball when it comes to Valentines Day and doing something romantic, fun, and special but here is the thing. Most  bed and Breakfasts’, including ourselves, offer those romantic touches everyday. We make reservations for you at that special restaurant, we can pick up that bottle of wine that is your favorite, we offer fresh flowers in the room for that special occasion, we are fortunate to have Hughes and Oaks Chocolates so close by that we put those in our packages often as well, plus we advertise that if you want to do something really over the top, just ask. We will go out of our way to make

Valentines Day

your special day unforgettable. Therefore, trying to come up with “something out of the box” for this romantic holiday puts us both at an advantage and disadvantage since we already do these things all the time.

Speaking of “out of the box” I decided to do just that. I picked up these cute little heart shaped boxes, painted them up, and stuffed them with chocolate and a gift inside. Just like our ornament promotion and Easter egg promotion, we thought since our guests loved this idea so  much, why not do it for Valentines Day or better yet, every weekend in February.

When you check in, you will see a basket of heart shaped boxes. Pick the one that calls your name and see what your gift is inside. We have added a Brayton B&B coffee mug, Wisconsin bed and Breakfast cookbook, Hughes Chocolates, 10-50% off  one night stays and one FREE night stay! Just stay with us any weekend this February and see what cool gift you will walk away with.

We did it again!

December 2, 2013 by braytonbb

Well, we decided to do it again! All the Christmas decorations are up along with our guest Christmas giving tree.It is adorned with beautiful christmas gift tree 2012lights, large bulbs and ribbon and clear ornaments that each have a special surprise inside.  It was such a big hit last year, that we decided to spread the joy again. For all of our guests staying with us again this year, in the month of December, you will be able to pick a clear Christmas ornament off of the tree and open it to find a surprise inside. Like last year, we have several 10-40% off night stays, two 50% off night stays and 1 FREE night stay included in the bulbs. This year we have also added FREE cookbooks, B&B coasters and mugs as well for gifts.

All return guests that have stayed with us in the past will be able to use their discount or receive their gift right away. All guests that are new to Brayton B&B, will be able to use their percentage off in a gift certificate form for the next time they come back. Spread the word, we would love for you to see our tree first hand.

If you are not able to make it this year, we also offer gift certificates for those hard to buy for people on your list.

 

New Packages Available for Summer

May 6, 2013 by braytonbb

Yeh, Summer is finally here! I think we skipped Spring, but we got here either way.

We have put together 3 packages for you this summer. Two oldies but goodies and one new package. Whether you want to hit the trails or check out the lighthouses around Lake Winnebago on your bicycle or motorcycle, take it easy floating down the Fox River or taking in a band at Waterfest, we have got you covered.

Our newest package involves the bicycle or motorcyle.

The uniquely named Wiowash State Trail takes its title from the four counties it passes through: Winnebago, Outgamie, Waupaca and Shawano.

The trail is split into two sections. The northern section runs from Aniwa to Split Rock. The southern section runs for 21 miles from Oshkosh northward to Hortonville and offers opportunities for biking, walking, jogging and birdwatching.

As it traverses the countryside, the southern section of the Wiouwash passes through a number of interesting natural habitats. Segments of the trail run through prairie and wetlands, attracting hundreds of species of birds, including sandhill cranes. The trail also crosses Dagget’s Creek, the Rat River and Black Otter Creek. It’s a scenic and relaxing journey, whether you’re on foot or two wheels.

The nearby Mascoutin Valley State Trail is another quality trail opportunity. The 5.3-mile segment of the trail that runs through Winnebago County connects the communities of Ripon and Berlin. The trail passes along the edges of meadows and farm fields, affording wonderful views of the rural landscape. Wetlands appear at several intervals along the trail, giving trail users a chance to see birds and wildlife.

If your feeling a little more energetic, how about taking a ride around Lake Winnebago and visiting all the lighthouses?  It is roughly 71 miles around Lake Winnebago to see all the lighthouses? It is mostly flat, but there are some short steep climbs around the 50 mile mark. Personally, I think a trip on the motorcycle would be more up my alley. Either way though, we are going to pack you lunch for two for your journey.

Our other two packages you have seen before, but are highly requested each season.

Captain Scotty just purchased a new pontoon this season and he is anxious to get it out on Lake Winnebago. It is a little larger and a little newer. It will seat 11 comfortably and he will make sure to get you in the water and on your way. Special rates just for our guests, but if you want to rent the pontoon without staying with us., that’s okay too, I guess, but we like to give our guests the discounts.

Waterfest is also back this year and we have partnered with Brooklyn again to make you sure you get some food in your tummy before or after he concert.

Check out seasonal specials page for more details. http://braytonbb.net/packages/seasonal-packages-3/

 

Winding through Oshkosh Trails

March 6, 2013 by braytonbb

Yeh, Summer is finally here! I think we skipped Spring, but we got here either way.

We have put together 3 packages for you this summer. Two oldies but goodies and one new package. Whether you want to hit the trails or check out the lighthouses around Lake Winnebago on your bicycle or motorcycle, take it easy floating down the Fox River or taking in a band at Waterfest, we have got you covered.

Our newest package involves the bicycle or motorcyle.

The uniquely named Wiowash State Trail takes its title from the four counties it passes through: Winnebago, Outgamie, Waupaca and Shawano.

The trail is split into two sections. The northern section runs from Aniwa to Split Rock. The southern section runs for 21 miles from Oshkosh northward to Hortonville and offers opportunities for biking, walking, jogging and birdwatching.

As it traverses the countryside, the southern section of the Wiouwash passes through a number of interesting natural habitats. Segments of the trail run through prairie and wetlands, attracting hundreds of species of birds, including sandhill cranes. The trail also crosses Dagget’s Creek, the Rat River and Black Otter Creek. It’s a scenic and relaxing journey, whether you’re on foot or two wheels.

The nearby Mascoutin Valley State Trail is another quality trail opportunity. The 5.3-mile segment of the trail that runs through Winnebago County connects the communities of Ripon and Berlin. The trail passes along the edges of meadows and farm fields, affording wonderful views of the rural landscape. Wetlands appear at several intervals along the trail, giving trail users a chance to see birds and wildlife.

If your feeling a little more energetic, how about taking a ride around Lake Winnebago and visiting all the lighthouses?  It is roughly 71 miles around Lake Winnebago to see all the lighthouses? It is mostly flat, but there are some short steep climbs around the 50 mile mark. Personally, I think a trip on the motorcycle would be more up my alley. Either way though, we are going to pack you lunch for two for your journey.

Our other two packages you have seen before, but are highly requested each season.

Captain Scotty just purchased a new pontoon this season and he is anxious to get it out on Lake Winnebago. It is a little larger and a little newer. It will seat 11 comfortably and he will make sure to get you in the water and on your way. Special rates just for our guests, but if you want to rent the pontoon without staying with us., that’s okay too, I guess, but we like to give our guests the discounts.

Waterfest is also back this year and we have partnered with Brooklyn again to make you sure you get some food in your tummy before or after he concert.

Check out seasonal specials page for more details. http://braytonbb.net/packages/seasonal-packages-3/

Happy February and Valentines Day!

January 28, 2013 by braytonbb

Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show your partner how much you think of them.  A bed and breakfast is the first step in doing that and we can help you with the rest.

Start by  waking  up to a freshly made breakfast served in bed or in the dining room. We have many recipes that will be perfect for that special someone, like a yogurt parfait to start off with served with strawberries, bananas and granola or something more decadent like one of our guest favorites, creme brule French toast served with a homemade strawberry jam.  Maybe you prefer something less sweet like a savory ham and cheese soufle.  Along with this special meal, enjoy a seasonal red mimosa. Anything you choose will be sure to win their heart.

Enjoy your day together by catching a show at the Grand, shopping at many of our boutique retail stores downtown and then enjoying many options of dining, all close to the B&B.

After a day of enjoying each other and many dining options that we can offer you, treat your special someone with two heart shaped cookies, cupcakes or cake just for you two to share specially made for you by the Cake Guru here in Oshkosh.

Your two night stay in any room the month of February includes breakfast with mimosas, two heart shaped cookies , two cupcakes or one cake for only $248.00-$510.00 without tax depending on room choice.

Holiday Surprise at Brayton Bed and Breakfast

November 26, 2012 by braytonbb

So this idea popped into my head this summer and I have been anxiously waiting to pull it all together. Originally, I was just going to have a  Christmas Tree with only clear ornaments, with each one having a surprise inside. I have embellished a little though. I have decided to have a few trees this year.

First,  a Charlie Brown tree or twig tree, is what I found they were called,  on the front porch. I saw one on Pinterest and started looking online for one like it. After seeing them for $80.00 I showed the picture to my husband and had him build me. I love it! Thank you honey! Its simple and my favorite. We get several Christmas cards each year from our guests so I think this will be the tree I string them on.

Secondly, a romantic tree at the top of the stairs , small, pink, glittery and a lot of fun!

Finally, my last and of course my somewhat traditional tree in the living room where my idea is born. For anyone staying with us in the month of December, you can pick a clear ornament from this tree, among all the fun, colorful, large bulbs and trinkets that adorn this tree.  Open up your ornament to find your surprise. Many bulbs will have 10, 20 and 30% off stays inside.  Two bulbs will have 50% off stay and one bulb will have a free one night stay.  All returning guests can use their surprise for that stay. All new guests will have the opportunity to use their surprise for for a future stay. We like to reward our return guests just a tad bit more when possible.

If this is a hit, I may do the same thing around Easter with eggs. So, that being said, come and relax with us after all that holiday shopping and enjoy some home made hot chocolate while sitting by the cozy fire.

Calling all Packer Fans and…

September 6, 2012 by braytonbb

Calling all Packer fans and any brave Detroit fans. We have got a great deal for you and a lot of fun too.
We have a bus that is holding up to 17 spots for Brayton Bed and Breakfast to utilize on December 9th for the Packer/Lion game at 7:20 PM.

No driving, no parking, no worrying! Whether you have tickets or not you can join us, including Scott and myself! The entire inn must be booked to take this adventure (that way we are all on the same page).

The bus will leave from Ratch and Debs Pizza, just a few blocks away from the inn. They will leave at approx. 2:00. You can bring whatever you want to eat and drink on the bus. Once we get to Green Bay, you can either go to the game if you have tickets or stay with Scott and I and whoever else at the Curling Club where Ratch will provide us with a gourmet of goodies for our enjoyment while sitting in the warmth of the December air and cheering on our favorite team.

This package must be booked by October 30th and has a two day minimum stay for lodging. One room is already gone, so call soon to get your favorite room booked. The rate below reflects your lodging which always includes wine and cheese, desserts and a full breakfast each morning( we may have to talk about Monday morning for a later breakfast time)and the bus ride which includes your food at the curling club.

3 nights (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) $358-$477.00 Brayton Suite, Blue Room or John Rich Room
$510.00-$930.00 Casa Suite (depending on number of people in the room) -sleeps 6

2 nights (Saturday and Sunday) $298.00-$358.00 Brayton Suite, Blue Room or John Rich Room
$$458.00-$778.00 Casa Suite (depending on number of people in the room)- sleeps 6

Yoga Anyone?

March 13, 2012 by braytonbb

My sister introduced me to yoga about 3 years ago. I went twice and decided that it was not for me. I was doing pilates and zumba at the time which I really liked the pace of both of them and yoga just seemed a little to slow for me . I couldn’t get my head in it. About a year later, I was having a hard time sleeping well. I have always talked and did a little walking in my sleep, but it seemed to take over my life recently.  I tried a new mattress, herbal teas, vitamins, and went to the doctor who said I should get a sleep apnea test. I had insurance, but apparently my insurance didn’t cover the cost, and the cost was not worth it to  me to take the test.  I knew that I could figure this out on my own.  Not long after, I was at a women’s group that I below to and I was talking to some other women about my condition. It just happened that the women from Inner Sun Yoga studio was there and she suggested I try yoga. I listened to what she had to say and said I would come. Even though I knew that it was not for me, I knew that I needed some sleep and so did my husband, so I decided to try again.

Inner Sun Yoga studio is just one block away from us. I liked the convenience so I decided to walk to class one day. I am sure you know where this is going, but after class I felt great. I felt like I got a good workout in and I felt more relaxed. I tend to be a pretty high energy person and have to remind myself to relax more often than not. Anyway, that evening, I slept a little bit better and so did my husband so I decided to go back. After the second session, I was hooked. I did try other instructors and noticed that each one conducted their class a little differently which meant that I was getting something different from each class and instructor.  The longer I went, I learned which classes and which instructors were giving me what I needed.

It has now been three years since the first time I have gone and though I still do a little talking in my sleep once in awhile, I do sleep much more soundly, I need less hours and I have learned to relax throughout my day. I am so thankful for Deb at Inner Sun Yoga Studio for convincing me to come back.

If you have never taken a yoga class or even if you have and thought that it was not for you, try it again. Inner Sun Yoga studio awakens your senses the minute you walk in the door with relaxing smells and an intimate atmosphere that takes you into a different place. Deb and I have put together a package deal for a couple of her workshops coming up. You save money on her workshop and on your stay with us as well. You can view more details about her workshops and the package deal on both of our websites.

 

 

Celebrate Valentines Day all month long with our newest special

January 30, 2012 by braytonbb

We believe that Valentines Day should be celebrated all February long and not just one day. Since Valentines Day is February 14th, we are offering all of our guests 14% off their second night stay Sunday through Thursday. Add Chocolates, flowers, wine or something truly unique that means something just between you two. We will do whatever we can to make this Valentines Day truly special.

For a list of all of our other specials and packages, you can go to our website and book online.

Bling!

November 28, 2011 by braytonbb

Oshkosh has two amazing museums right across the street from each other. They both do an incredible job of bringing in exhibits that draw in many different types of crowds. If you have not been to the Oshkosh Public Museum to see the this current exhibit that runs through March 4, now is the best time to do it. While you are in town with the girls shopping, take break and go back into time to view this exquisite show-stopping fashion exhibit. Bling spotlights on 100 years of high-class style and clothing embellishments. Trend-setting fashions and accoutrements, including hats, jewelry and evening gowns will be on display.The exhibit grants backstage access to the richest styles of the century and showcases over-embellished fashions and designer duds, all from the collections of the Oshkosh Public Museum. Ornate bustle dresses, elegant Titanic-era gowns and dazzling flapper sheaths sparkle with 100 years of bling. Presidential inauguration gowns, bridal trousseaus and dresses fit for queens are accented by an eclectic display of tres chicaccessories, including hats, clutches and parasols.

We have paired up with the OPM to give you a truly memorable package. Check out our special packages page to see the details on your stay and a visit to the Oshkosh Public Museum.

FEED YOUR SOUL IN THE CITY – YOGA RETREAT WEEKEND – September 16-18

April 13, 2011 by braytonbb

 

This is new for us, but I am so looking forward to this already. This jam packed weekend will fill your senses and leave you walking away revitalized.

An ALL INCLUSIVE personal transformation weekend. Renew your spirit through YOGA, ENERGY WORK, THAI MASSAGE, and learn how to cook healthy, organic recipes by your own PERSONAL CHEF. There will also be ample time for reflection in your own beautiful, tranquil room.

OVERVIEW OF THE WEEKEND IS AS FOLLOWS:

Check in Friday, September 16 – Receive your complimentary gift bag and enjoy light snacks. Energy Work or other requested appointments will be available from mid-afternoon to early evening.  Then partake in our opening Yoga session at our on-site, enclosed and intimate Yoga Pavilion. Your heart and senses will be prepared to release the stress of the week, restoring your senses to their natural harmonious vibration, enabling you to fully embrace the weekend.

Saturday, September 17 – Wake to a beautiful morning meditation, followed by an invigorating Yoga Flow class designed to create energy and awaken your mind, body, and spirit all while inspiring personal introspection. A hearty and healthy organic breakfast will follow. After you nourish your body, several hours will be available for your Thai Massage, Energy Work, a personally requested appointment, or for quiet reflection within your room or the Inn. Late afternoon everyone will gather to the dining room for a hands-on lesson with a personal chef. You will learn how to prepare a healthy, organic, 3-course meal with the option of experiencing a local, organic wine during demonstration and over the enjoyment of your dinner. Later that evening we will retreat to the Yoga Pavilion for an evening of sacred yoga practice, sealing the events of the day.

Sunday, September 18- Morning meditation followed by a Yoga Flow class designed to bring together all the events of the weekend, so that once you leave, that ‘state of rejuvenation’ stays imprinted on your body, mind, and spirit. Another healthy organic breakfast will follow as well as optional personal appointments. Check-out 11:00 AM.

Reserve by July 1 and get $100.00 off your weekend.

Single occupancy $719.00. Double occupancy $1149.00. Tax not included.

What type of yoga will be at the retreat?

After morning meditation, a Vinyasa class, with Hatha and Ashtanga influences, will follow. Our evening classes will be a blend of Hatha, Yin, and Restorative, with time set aside for Meditation and Yoga Nidra. Each yoga class is meant to be a mini-workshop, designed to help you more deeply connect with yourself – to get in touch with that voice that you wholeheartedly know speaks only the clearest truth. This sense of peace and well-being can be summoned through the asanas of yoga, the direction of an intuitive guide, and the openness and willingness of the student. Our Yoga Guides have a hands-on approach, helping you go deeper in each posture, assisting in the surrendering process and reaching that state of knowing.

What is Energy Work?

Energy work is a general term for various modalities that is based on the idea that the human body consists of energy fields that can be stimulated through hands-off or hands-on techniques which promote balance and wellness. Examples of different types of energy work include Reiki, Shiatsu, Bioenergy, etc.

In an Energy Work session, the practitioner channels energy through the client to promote their natural state of balance. Chakras may be opened and cleared, which releases negative energy and blockages which restrict the client from pursuing their soul’s purpose or simply living in a state of harmony.

Every Energy Work session is different, depending on the client. However, a session typically begins with dialogue so the practitioner can get a feel of the client’s energy. Once that’s established your session will unfold from there. Arrive in comfortable clothing and with an open mind and heart.

What is Thai Massage?

Thai massage is an ancient form of bodywork that combines massage, stretches, and rhythmic movements. From a spectator’s point of view, the session may be described as an organic flowing dialog between two people, like that of a dance.  However, the receiver is completely passive and supported in all positions by the Bodyworker.

Thai massage is performed on a light mattress on the floor so that the Bodyworker may use his or her arms and legs throughout the massage to perform a learned and intuitive system of movements. These movements, as well as the practice of silence, create a connective meditative state between the Bodyworker and receiver. The recipient is fully clothed to allow maximum range of motion.

Thai massage is a gift for the mind, body, and spirit.

Meet Our Retreat Guides

Jennifer Dutch – 200-hour RYT yoga teacher and an Energy Healing Practitioner (Reiki, Christouch).  In 2010 she completed a 40-hour Restorative Yoga Intensive with Darren Main and a Kirtan Intensive with Ragani.

Combining over 14 years of professional experience in Logistics, Sales, Training and Project Management with her personal yoga practice of 12 years, she also assists other yoga teachers and authors by coordinating retreats, workshops and training programs in the U.S. and internationally.  In 2009-2010 she assisted Michael Watson with a 225-hour Yoga Teacher Training Program.

Jennifer believes the most transformative part of our yoga practice is that which occurs off of the mat.  As a yoga teacher she encourages students to be their own guide.  When facilitating a class she allows each student freedom to explore and to hone their own experience, infusing a light-hearted spirit while creating a safe and sacred space for students of all levels.  For her the greatest gift in teaching is connecting with the student and sharing in their journey.

Jennifer resides in Oshkosh, WI, teaches at Inner Sun Yoga and Marigold Yoga.  She works with individual clients at Harmony Wellness Center.

Patricia Engelking – RYT (PS Engelking, LLC) is a graduate of Integrative Yoga Therapy and a student of Zenergy Thai Massage School in Oshkosh, WI. Patricia has been offering Passive Yoga Bodywork (Thai Massage) for 3 years, is also a certified yoga instructor, and has been teaching yoga since 2002. She enjoys traveling around the country attending workshops, guiding clients in unique yoga experiences, and meeting new people.

Kimberly Jennings – Energy Medicine Woman, Spiritual Guidance Facilitator, and Crystal Therapist. Kimberly has been accessing her God-given abilities to transmute undesirable

energy since 4 years old. Kim states that Energy Work is a magical process with instant results for each client. Her role is to assist in completely transforming the client in Mind, Body and Spirit to reach wholeness.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be experienced in Yoga?

No, our guides can accommodate any experience level.

What should I bring to the retreat?

Relaxed, comfortable clothing. Everything else will be provided for you, including mats and other yoga props. Feel free to bring your own yoga mat if you’d like.

What if I have dietary restrictions?

Please email your dietary restrictions to Amanda at lifefulfillment@msn.com and we will work with you regarding your restrictions.

How do I know when my Thai Massage and Energy Work appointments will be?

Your schedule will be provided to you in your Welcome Package. When you book your reservation, please include the times you will be arriving on Friday and departing on Sunday.

What if I wanted to include more bodywork, energy, or healing appointments over the weekend?

If you’d like an additional massage, an Ayurvedic consultation, or some other type of healing work, please contact Amanda at lifefulfillment@msn.com.

For further questions, regarding the retreat, please contact Amanda at lifefulfillment@msn.com.

Spring, Summer and Fall Packages now available

March 21, 2011 by braytonbb

Just listed, new packages!  Book early to get the best deals!

Easter Basket for your Easter Bunny- put together an Easter Basket for your Easter Bunny. Valid through April 20, 2011

Murder in Margaritaville – Murder mystery on Scotty’s Pontoon on Lake Winnebago – August 26-27, 2011

Day at the Museum, Night at the Inn. September 10-Jan 1

Check out our website at http://braytonbb.net/packages/ to view all the details.

Psycho Circus Halloween Murder Mystery

October 31, 2010 by braytonbb

The Psycho Circus Halloween Murder Mystery went off without a hitch with a full house of characters which ranged from Mack M. Laugh the clown and murderer, Sampson the Strong Man, Bob the Barker, Harriet the Horsewoman, Ivan and Ima Target, Claire Voyant the fortune teller, Leo the lion tamer, Serpentine the snake charmer and Barbara the bearded lady played by our host Scott Brayton who seemed very uncomfortable in a dress all evening. He also seemed a little uncertain on how  to exactly sit in a lady like manner.  It was night of murder and mystery in trying to figure out “who done it”, followed by a wonderful meal catered by Beckets and then an evening of visiting downtown businesses and checking out all the other creative costumes.

Our group was a fun bunch of couples who seemed to hit it off very well. We are planning our next mystery for sometime this Spring. Following are a few pictures and hoping to get a few more by weeks end.

Packer Package

August 19, 2010 by braytonbb

Ever wanted to go to the packer game but hated the thought of the traffic and the price to park. Maybe you don’t even have tickets for the game but you just want to go tailgate without the worry of driving home.

WE HAVE GOT THE SOLUTION FOR YOU!

Hop on a bus with all the other crazy Packer fans and bring whatever food and drinks you would like. The bus parks at the Curling Club in Green Bay where you will be catered to lunch. Sit and watch the game in comfort. If you have tickets and can go to the game, great! Meet back at the Curling Club 1 hour after the game and to catch a ride back to Oshkosh.

Included in this package is a one night stay in the Blue Room or John Rich (may upgrade for an extra charge), bus ride and a full breakfast in the morning. $179.00 Tax not included

Dinner and a Show

August 6, 2010 by braytonbb

The Grand Opera House is reopening their doors starting September 17 with An Evening with Jeff Daniels.
We have put together a great package with includes 2 tickets to any show throughout the season, a $25.00 gift certificate to Gardina’s (Oshkosh’s newest restaurant) on Main Street, and a one night stay in the Blue Room or John Rich Room for $175.00. Check out our Packages tab to find out more details.

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Murder mystery

August 1, 2010 by braytonbb

We had so much fun with our first murder mystery this last New Years Eve, that we have decided to throw another one over Halloween.

You will be assigned a character. You will come dressed and playing the part the moment you arrive. I will send you some costume recommendations and info about your character. Just show up and have some fun.

Beckets will cater our meal for us again as we figure out throughout the night “who done it”! It could be you and you may not even know until the end.

Saturday, October 30th. Stay one or two nights. See our website under packages for more info about the events and pricing.

Any questions you may have, please don’t be afraid to ask me or anyone who attended out last event.
I have included some pictures from our New Years Eve Murder Mystery below.

Seasonal Packages

May 14, 2010 by braytonbb

We have just posted our seasonal packages for the summer which includes the pontoon rental, the waterfest package and brand new this year, our Pontoon Party Package (which so many of you asked for). Book early for this one though, because I have a feeling it will fill up fast!

Our other packages are also posted, so please don’t forgot about those as well

We also many great events taking place in Oshkosh this summer. Some of the big ones are listed below, but you can view others on our website under “Things to do”
Irish Fest June 11-13
Country USA June 22-26
Sawdust Days June 30-July 4
LiFest July 7-11
EAA July 26-Aug. 1
Oktoberfest Oct 1-3

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