Here Are The Best Times And Places To View Fall Foliage In Wisconsin
If you’re like me, you’re a bit in denial about it, but that doesn’t stop the fact that fall is on its way to Wisconsin. Even as we’re enjoying the last few weeks of summer, we can’t help but look forward to one of the most breathtaking seasons in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. The leaves will undergo their annual transformation into spectacular reds, oranges, and golds and there are few things more magical. Thanks to the experts over at Smoky Mountains, you can find a fall foliage map for Wisconsin that even has a way to predict when and where maximum leaf viewing will occur.
Let’s take a peek:
You can take your own look at the interactive fall foliage map of Wisconsin. What are you looking forward to most about this upcoming fall season in Wisconsin? Where’s your favorite place to take in the fall colors? Let us know in the comments!
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Fall Foliage in Wisconsin
What are the best fall hikes in Wisconsin?
When you’re looking to enjoy the great outdoors and the fresh and crisp air the new season brings, head out to take one of the best fall hikes in Wisconsin. High Cliff State Park in Sherwood’s Indian Mound Trail is a unique walk with plenty of fall leaves. It’s just over half a mile long, so you won’t have to exert yourself too much to get some incredible exploration in. You’ll get to see Indian burial mounds as well as lime kiln ruins. If you’re a fan of water views, head to Perrot State Park in Trempealeau. The beautiful Mississippi River is a marvelous place to hike, especially when it’s surrounded by fall colors.
Where are the best pumpkin patches in Wisconsin?
Take your whole family and go to one of the best pumpkin patches in Wisconsin for some sweet kid-friendly fun. Mommsen’s Pumpkin Patch is found in Rice Lake and has been a fantastic pillar of the community for over forty years. You’ll get to pick out your perfect pumpkins and even get to see a catapult fling one! If you’re a fan of unique seasonal decor, go to Peter’s Pumpkin Patch in Kaukauna. You can get pumpkins that are big and small, so if you want to have a special one on the porch that exceeds all expectations, bring home a giant gourd!
Where are the best places to go apple picking in Wisconsin?
Apple picking in Wisconsin is one of the best ways to celebrate the season, and we’ve got some great suggestions for where to find it. Door Creek Orchard is a sustainable apple farm that has pick-your-own programs on weekends. The gorgeous orchards are such a pleasure to walk through. Rim’s Edge Orchard is another excellent choice for apple picking, and you’ll also get to shop for honey from the orchard’s own hive. There are also amazing caramel and chocolate-covered apples for an extra-sweet treat.