Beaver Dam is a city in Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States, along Beaver Dam Lake and the Beaver Dam River. The estimated population was 16,564 in 2016, making it the largest city primarily located in Dodge County. It is the principal city of the Beaver Dam Micropolitan Statistical area. The city is adjacent to the Town of Beaver Dam.
Restaurants in Beaver Dam
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Been going to this Farm every fall for 5 years. Just keeps getting better, they are always making improvements. Costs $9/person, Includes almost all the activities. You name it, Bikes, underground slide, haunted mine, haunted house, goats, bunnies, ducks, corn maze, face cutouts, mini golf, hay to climb though, train, hayride to pumpkin patch, entertainment. Pumpkin shooter is fun too, $5 extra for a bucket to shoot. Food and snacks are a good price. 2 complaints- hop along goats were deflated. Also there is always a fight to get on the pumpkin peddler- maybe a formal line with barricaids and a sign that states "maximum 3 laps" for your turn.
5 based on 26 reviews
Samples of 3 different cheeses and spreads were on the counter. They have an endless variety of flavored and aged cheeses, cheese curds, sausages, beef sticks, spreads, wines, crackers, mustards etc. I sampled several of their 1 to 10 year aged cheddar before settling on a 3 year white cheddar.
Note - If you are southbound on 151 pulling a trailer or RV towing; and cross over to Schultz's parking lot, there is no room to turn around and go out their driveway to continue south. You will have to exit on their northbound-only driveway and go maybe a mile before you turn right on a gravel road that circles back behind Schultz's to their southbound driveway. Be Aware - traffic on Hwy 151 can be heavy (& speedy) and the U-turns between north & south bound lanes are not long enough for longer RVs to stop between safely.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
A high banked dirt track is a great concept, but hard to maintain. Therefore, almost every event has more than it's share of dust and, if the wind is coming from the east it's going to be right in your face. Also, on many occasions the track is full of pot holes and it causes numerous cautions for spinouts. The stands and seating area are nice and roomy, and the food is good. You just gotta eat it fast so that mud doesn't form on it.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Good place to go fo a drink 2 for 1 drinks between 5 and 6 ...good greasy burger if your hungery and a nice little pavilion on the lake. open three seasons.....its a pretty cool place to hang out with a friend
4 based on 3 reviews
This is a good place to stop by when in the boat or on the bike. They redid it a few years ago and did a great job.
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