Undeniably Unique Ways to See Fall Color in Wisconsin

With bright blue skies, clean crisp breezes and stunningly vivid colors, fall in Wisconsin is truly a beautiful sight. Here are some fun and unique ways to get out and experience for yourself all of the beauty that fall in Wisconsin has to offer.

Adventurous Fall Foliage Tours

Chair Lift at Granite Peak Ski AreaWausau

Some take to their cars to see fall color, but why not take to the sky? Granite Peak Ski Area offers chair lift rides for those looking for a bird’s eye view of the stunning fall color of the Northwoods.

A Historic Lighthouse: North Point LighthouseMilwaukee

Perched on a bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, North Point Lighthouse in Milwaukee has one of the best views of fall color around. From atop the 74 foot tall structure, one can see the beautiful colors of Lake Park, the gleaming Milwaukee skyline and the sharp blue waters of Lake Michigan. What more could you ask for?

Hike to a Waterfall: Potato River Falls – Gurney

Fall in Wisconsin means perfect hiking weather. Potato Falls in Iron County is highly regarded as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Midwest. The waterfall drops 90 feet into the Potato River and features scenic hiking trails throughout the lovely town park.

Fall Family Fun

The Great Pumpkin Train at the National Railroad MuseumGreen Bay

Looking for a fun and unique fall day with the kids? Hop aboard the Great Pumpkin Train at the National Railroad Museum for a fun filled fall ride to a pumpkin patch. Choo-choose your very own pumpkin, enjoy family entertainment and awesome activities, and ride the train once more back to the museum.

Fall Romance

Wollersheim WineryPrairie du Sac

Looking for a more adult-oriented way to admire the fall color? What could be better than viewing the majestic colors of fall wine-in-hand from the patio at the Wollersheim Winery? Featuring award-winning wine and a stunning view of the Baraboo Bluffs, Wollersheim Winery is the perfect place to enjoy all the glory that nature has to offer.

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