Take A 1.5-Hour Drive Through Wisconsin To See This Year’s Beautiful Fall Colors

Fall has officially begun. And its colorful side effects are already making an appearance. However, according to the Wisconsin Fall Color Report, the best time for leaf-peeping is the 2nd week of October. And when that time comes, you’ve got to drive the Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest Loop, which leads to some of the state’s most stunning foliage. Take a look:

 

For more information, call (715) 634-4801. You can also visit the Hayward Lakes Visitors and Convention Bureau’s website. Click here to view a 2019 Fall Color Tour Map.

So, have you ever visited Hayward in the fall? Did you drive this particular loop? If so, what’d you think? Know of another great place for leaf-peeping? Tell us in the comments section.

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