Walleye Weekend Co-Chairs

Terry and Molly


Terry Davis

Terry Davis has taken the role of co-chair for Walleye Weekend in the past and there is no doubt he will lead with his positive energy again this year. He holds the title of Vice President of Fond du Lac Festivals. His other roles in the community include Destination Lake Winnebago Regional Board member and President of Radio Plus Multi Media Center and Record Entertainment DJ Service.

Molly Jaster

Molly Jaster has been a Fond du Lac Festivals board member for over six years now. She is president of the board of directors and this will be her second year elected as the co-chair of Walleye Weekend. She works full-time at Marian University as the Director of Development and Annual Giving.


VIP Parking

How would you like to park INSIDE the festival? Purchase your parking pass, $10 per day of your choice, by clicking here.

Golf Cart Shuttles and Accessible Parking

There is a golf cart shuttle service from the bus drop-offs at the Park Street entrance (Harborview Drive & Park Avenue), and Main Street entrance (Haborview Drive & Main Street), to any event inside Walleye Weekend. This free service ensures the entire park is accessible for our elderly and handicapped visitors. This shuttle is staffed by volunteers from the Fond du Lac Evening Optimists.




Hotel Accommodations

WISCO is the official festival hotelier. For reservations contact jpinch@wiscohotels.com or (920) 322-8204 and ask for the Walleye rate.


Walleye Weekend Shuttle

We want to make transportation to Walleye Weekend simple. Ride the Walleye Weekend Shuttle, courtesy of Gold Star Transportation. Pick up is at Fond du Lac HS. Riders should park on the West Side of the parking lot at High School (park just to the west of the PAC). Drop off at Harbor View and Park Avenue or drop off at Harbor View and Main Street. Departure times at the top and bottom of the hour.


Friday: 3pm-10:45pm
Saturday: 7:30am-10:45pm
Sunday: 8:00am-6:30pm


Runs continuously every 30 minutes, 30 Minute Shuttle to see the full schedule


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Bike Corral

Walleye Weekend asks that you ride your bike to the festival. The bike corral is available: Friday, 3 – 8p.m., Saturday, 10a.m. – 8p.m., and Sunday 10a.m. – 6p.m.  Volunteers will keep your bike under strict supervision.  If your unlocked bike is at the corral after 8:00 pm it will be brought to the park pavilion for you to retrieve.


Walleye Weekend Lost Child

Lost children or parents may come to the Pavilion. The Walleye Weekend feather banner (Frazier Drive near the bridge) is your marker.


First Aid

Guests in need of minor medical attention (limited to abrasions, cuts and minor wounds) may seek assistance at a first aid station at the corner of Promen Drive and North Main Street. There is another first aid station located on Baseball Island. Guests in need of further assistance will be referred to paramedics located on Mercury (Oven) Island. Call 911 for assistance for an emergency. First aid stations are sponsored by Agnesian HealthCare and Army National Guard.



Public Motorcycle Parking

There is motorcycle parking available on North Doty Street (north of the Harborview intersection).

No coolers or carry-ins allowed.


No dogs allowed in the park for Walleye Weekend.