Fall in Wisconsin
Wisconsin's true colors shine September through November. Leaves start to change in Northern Wisconsin first, traditionally mid-Sept through early October. Earlier fall destinations include scenic Door County, Eagle River, Hayward, and Bayfield. As colors make their way down the rest of the state it's truly a sight to see from the Great River Road National Scenic Byway to the beauty of the Wisconsin Dells.
The best way to pinpoint the state's peak fall colors and plan a road trip is with the TravelWisconsin.com Fall Color Report. With 100 fall color reporters providing updates in all 72 counties of the state, there is no other report that is as comprehensive or timely.
The reds, oranges and yellows that fall brings are ideal for scenic drives, hiking, biking and outdoor activities. Fall festivals celebrate everything from red cranberries to amber ales. Visit Wisconsin in the fall and you're sure to find one-of-a-kind attractions, charming towns, rustic roads and gorgeous colors.