The Brittingham Park Farmers’ Market is an outlet for Wisconsin-produced homegrown fruits, vegetables, meats, cheese, eggs, bakery products, cider, maple syrup, honey, fresh and dried flowers, herbs and herbal products, bedding plants, houseplants, nursery stock, jams and jellies, pickles and other prepared food products. The market managers intend to give growers, producers of goods, and consumers an opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties. The market intends to enhance the Brittingham Park pavilion and parking lot areas during the summer months while assisting the residents of the Triangle Neighborhood in obtaining fresh, healthy produce.Put Brittingham Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our Madison tour itinerary app .
Brittingham Park Reviews
This park very convenient and great! There's a nice new playground and a community garden. The park shelter is nice and there are always parties going on. There's a great fishing doc and there are lot... more »
Bonito lugar para pasear y disfrutar del atardecer o descansar con la lectura un buen libro, o la compañía de alguien especial. more »Nice place to walk and enjoy the sunset or relax reading a good book, or the company of someone special.
Great park by the lake. Newer playground equipment and plenty of parking. There's a pavilion with picnic tables to seat at least 40 people. Bike/walk/run trail goes right by it too. My 4 year old loved it!!
Very nice and clean play area, nice soft bouncy ground beneath the playground equipment, and the equipment seems to be on the updated side, very cool and inviting colors too. Picnic tables to sit down and eat at were very clean and spread throughout the play area. A good amount of parking space in the parking lot, as well as the option of street parking also. Bathrooms are available. I seen people fishing on the lake side, so fishing is available to do. Plus in addition to all of this, there is a very nice sand volleyball area, net included. Overall, a very nice place to take the kids and have lunch, or just hang out with a couple of friends, going by yourself doesn't look like too bad of an idea either.
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