Take This Gorgeous Fall Foliage Road Trip To See Wisconsin Like Never Before

Let’s be honest, Wisconsin looks stunning in any season. But autumn in Wisconsin? We shine. Who hasn’t fallen in love with our trees during this great season? If you’re wondering where to see fall colors in Wisconsin, embark on this wonderful road trip. Let’s indulge and explore the best fall foliage in Wisconsin.

Here’s the trip:

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What did you you think of this road trip? What are your favorite things to do in fall in Wisconsin?

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Best Fall Foliage In Wisconsin

August 14, 2019

What is the best time to see peak fall foliage in Wisconsin?

Autumn colors descend upon the state from north to south. You’ll first begin to see the bright leaves in mid-September. These breathtaking sights will last until the end of October. This is the best time to experience Wisconsin’s incredible views. 

Where are the best places in Wisconsin to see fall foliage?

Holy Hill Church, located in Hubertus, is a stunning place to view Wisconsin’s fall foliage. The graceful spires overlook a sea of color. Lake Geneva is another magical place to view this state’s autumn beauty. The colorful trees reflect in the water, and the crisp fall air hits your face. People also love experiencing fall’s beauty along Great River Road in western Wisconsin. 

What are the best Wisconsin hikes to take in the fall?

The Seven Bridges Trail, located in Milwaukee’s Grant Park, blossoms with fall color in September and October. This 2-mile trail is short and easy, so it’s the perfect family outing. Another easy fall hike is the Sentinel Trail in Peninsula State Park. This 2-mile loop weaves through a breathtaking 85-year-old pine plantation. There’s even a paved gravel section that makes this stroll especially breezy.