Wisconsin has such gorgeous topography and countryside that getting in the car and going for a drive is a delightful prospect any time of the year. But in fall, when the whole state comes alive in a riot of fall colors, it’s especially appealing to hop in the car without a serious destination and go explore. Here are 10 Wisconsin fall foliage scenic drives where you can find gorgeous vistas and an array of colorful leaves.
These are more suggestions than directions — start on these state highways and then don’t be afraid to veer off the beaten path and explore whatever looks interesting. Just make sure you remember your GPS!
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Fall Foliage In Wisconsin
Bill Hall|August 15, 2022
When can I see peak fall foliage in Wisconsin?
Fall colors tend to appear between the first and third weeks of October depending on where you are in Wisconsin. For instance, Spooner is expected to have its best fall colors starting in the first week of October while Green County should see the change last week of October, just in time for Halloween. The good news is you can take short road trips and see the display all the way from the end of September to the beginning of November.This fall foliage road trip through Wisconsin offers a nice plan you can start with.
The Hunting Moon Pow Wow takes place for three days in October. This celebration is the opportunity for Native Americans to connect with each other, and their history, as well as with non-native Americans in a festive atmosphere. This is a celebration filled with history, music, dance, food, and the sharing of cultures. This is highly recommended.