Let’s be honest, Wisconsin looks stunning in any season. But fall in Wisconsin? We shine. Who hasn’t fallen in love with our trees during this great season? So let’s indulge and take this epic fall foliage road trip through our great state.
1. High Cliff State Park
These rocks are part of the same rocks that go all the way to Niagara Falls, New York. Golden trees growing out from them is a huge bonus.
2. Peninsula State Park
Green Bay never looked so good. Climb to an observation tower to see these tree tops as they grow along the shimmering blue water.
3. Kettle Moraine
This large forest offers many opportunities to get great views of the trees from above. Head out now to see the trees in all of their stunning colors.
4. Holy Hill
This gorgeous church is visited year round, and amazes year round. But check out how awesome it looks in the fall.
5. Devil's Lake State Park
Wisconsin's most visited park gets many extra visitors during fall. These trees looking stunning on these large bluffs surrounding the lake.
6. Blue Mound State Park
This is one of Wisconsin's most underrated state parks. Just check out this view of the tree tops and valley below.
7. Wyalusing State Park
Nothing provides a more incredible backdrop to fall than the Mississippi River. These colorful trees are intensified with this glorious backdrop.
8. Wildcat Mountain State Park
Hike through this incredible park for some of the most delightful views in Wisconsin. The observation point has a great view of the Kickapoo River.
9. Mill Bluff State Park
This bluff was carved out of sandstone some 12,000 years ago. It looks even more amazing surrounding by red trees.
10. Tripp Falls Ravine
This is a great little hike leading to the Red Cedar River. The path is most enjoyed during the autumn.