Horse-drawn wagons like the ones that drew European settlers to this part of the world will be making their way through Door and Kewaunee counties this week, with a final destination Saturday at Heritage Farm south of Kewaunee.
According to an Algoma Chamber of Commerce post on Facebook Monday:
The History on the Move Wagon Train returns to the area this week!
After spending Tuesday night, June 19, 2018, in Sturgeon Bay, the wagon train will take the Ahnapee Trail to Algoma with a stop-over at Timber Trail Campground on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. The public is invited stop by the campground to meet the group and have a look!
Timber Trail Campground is located at N8326 County Road M in Algoma. You can contact the campground for more information on the wagon train visit: 920-487-3707.
From there the train will travel to the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg for a Thursday, June 21, stop. On Friday, June 22, the group will travel about 10 miles to Cedar Valley Campground. Travel plans for Saturday, June 23 will take the train to Heritage Farm on State Highway 42 just outside of Kewaunee.
[Photo from Visit Kewaunee County]