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Wisconsin Fall Color Report

Fall Color Scale
Northern Wisconsin

Northern Wisconsin

Antigo

  • Updated: 10/28/2013 2:17:42 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Trees are losin' their leaves! See you next fall! www.countyoftrails.com

Ashland

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 3:34:33 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Last year the awesome peak of fall colors in Ashland County came during the CenturyLink WhistleStop Festival and the runners loved it!!! Come to Ashland County and visit the many historic murals we have from Butternut to the Apostle Islands. Play our treasure hunt game, Follow the Mural Brick Road, at www.muralbrickroad.com. You could win one of six cash prizes! www.visitashland.com

Bayfield

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 10:26:11 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Bayfield's trees have not yet started changing but autumn is on the way in our apple orchards. The apples are starting to turn red and some are already available to be picked. Check out what we have available at our Berry and Orchard Report, updated twice weekly: www.bayfield.org/orchards Apple Festival is fast approaching! Celebrate the autumn harvest and Bayfield’s agricultural heritage, tour the orchards and wineries, peruse fine arts and crafts while sampling local foods at more than 60 food booths. Live music by the Blue Canvas Orchestra of Big Top Chautauqua and a carnival round out the offerings. Special events include the crowning of the Apple Queen, a Saturday evening fish fry at the historic Bayfield Lakeside Pavilion and the Peel Out 5K Trail Run at Mt. Ashwabay. The festival culminates with the Grand Parade, featuring a mass band with 400 participants playing On Wisconsin, marching down historic Rittenhouse Avenue, to Lake Superior. For more information, visit www.bayfield.org/applefestival Or follow on Facebook for regular updates: www.facebook.com/Bayfield.Apple.Festival www.bayfield.org/applefestival

Birchwood

  • Updated: 10/28/2013 5:34:53 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Past peak but still color in areas. Mostly the rust colored oaks and the golden leaves of the poplar trees. www.birchwoodwi.com

Boulder Junction

  • Updated: 10/21/2013 9:32:46 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
The colors are now past peak and leaves are quickly falling but that doesn't mean that the fun stops in Boulder Junction! Please join us for these upcoming events: Friday, October 25 & Saturday, October 26: Nightmare in the Northwoods! A haunted house held inside the Community Center on Hwy M. Cost is just $5.00 per person. Haunted wagon rides, additional $5.00 for 2 people or $3.00 per person, and concessions available. Friday, October 25: Kornstalk Karnival. Sponsored by the North Lakeland School Parent-Teacher Committee, the public is welcome to enjoy a kids costume parade, concessions & treats, raffles and a gymnasium filled with old fashioned carnival games. 5pm-8pm. Held at North Lakeland School. Saturday, November 16: Great Shopping Escape. Gather your girlfriends and escape to Boulder Junction for a fun day of shopping at the Community Center and downtown establishments! Stop by the Community Center to meet various home shopping party representatives. Products will be available for purchase that day or can be direct mailed to you. Visit local shops, art galleries and have breakfast or lunch at one of our restaurants. Spend the day in Boulder Junction, pamper yourself and start your Christmas shopping. Friday, November 29: Christmas Walk. 5pm to 8pm. Welcome in the holiday season with the lighting of the town Christmas tree, Santa and Mrs. Claus visits, Friends of the Library cookie walk, carolers, sleigh rides and treats for shoppers. For travel information contact the Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-GO-MUSKY or visit boulderjct.org. www.boulderjct.org/

Cable Area Chamber

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 10:42:50 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Sept
The evenings and mornings are much cooler giving the real feel of fall. Some trees are lightening up in color, you might even see one tree with a burst of reds or oranges in a see of green. We expect colors to start changing more heavily in the next couple of weeks and be at full peak by the last weekend of September. www.cable4fun.com

Chetek Area

  • Updated: 7/25/2014 2:08:57 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
The Chetek area boasts many great views around the area lakes. There are several places at area boat landings that will make picturesque back drops when the fall colors start changing. Rent a pontoon and travel around the lakes to see the fall colors reflect off the water. www.chetek.net

Chippewa Falls

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 11:02:08 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Our area has received plenty of rain this summer, so we look forward to seeing GREAT color this fall. Plan a visit today and take advantage of our Fall Color Vacation Package starting at $135. Come for the Fall Festival at Autumn Harvest Winery September 13-14 and the Oktoberfest celebration September 19-21. Start seeing colors! www.visitchippewafallswi.com

Door County

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 10:06:57 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
We expect peak fall colors in mid-October. Check back for updates. http://www.doorcounty.com/

Eagle River

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:42:16 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
This is a great time of year for visitors to enjoy the miles of different trails that can be found in Vilas County. Be sure to check out our website for a complete listing of fun fall events! www.vilas.org

Eau Claire

  • Updated: 10/21/2013 2:53:27 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Suggested Routes/Locations to view Fall Colors: - Highway 85 toward Durand - Highway 37 towards Mondovi - Big Falls County Park - Carson Park Upcoming Fall Festivals: - Autumn Harvest Winery Fall Festival: September 14 & 15 on Cty Hwy J in Chippewa Falls, WI - Saturday: 12pm to 8pm and Sunday: 12pm to 8pm - Celebrate Eau Claire: September 21 in downtown Eau Claire, WI, 1pm to 5pm - Booya & Fall Festival: October 5 at Beaver Creek Reserve on Cty Hwy K in Fall Creek, WI, 11am to 3pm www.visiteauclaire.com

Florence

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 11:28:11 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Travel to Florence County, it is an adventure worth taking with its Waterfalls and Wild River views. Our ATV/UTV trails are absolutely the best anywhere around! We are anticipating a gradual color change this fall. If you are an ATV/UTV enthusiast you will want to head North to Florence County in the upcoming weeks to witness "Mother Nature" at her best! See you on the trail in the "North Country". http://www.exploreflorencecounty.com

Forest County

  • Updated: 10/17/2013 10:30:42 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
www.visitforestcounty.com

Green Bay

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 11:41:09 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
www.greenbay.com

Hayward Lakes Visitors & Convention Bueau

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 11:55:53 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
No Color yet! Check out our Fall Color Tours at http://haywardlakes.com/color-tours.php www.haywardlakes.com

Hudson

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 9:08:34 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Scenic Hudson offers lots of Fun this Fall! Take a river boat cruise or a scenic drive to see the changing leaves in the St. Croix River Valley. Enjoy a family Fun trip through a corn maze and pick your apples and pumpkins. See White Christmas at the Phipps Center for the Arts weekends November 1 - December 1, 2013. http://www.SayHellotoHudson.com

Hurley

  • Updated: 8/21/2014 2:03:46 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
What a wild weather year for the Hurley Area. Today, I woke up to a couple of inches of snow on the ground; yes, I said snow! We STILL have pockets of color and some trees are still green. Most, though, are bare. When we did have the majority of color, it was breath-taking. So, play along with us as Mother Nature takes us for a ride. http://hurleywi.chambermaster.com/contact

Iron River Area

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:29:00 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Sept
A small noticeable color of red leaves on the back roads. If you look closely the greens are starting to change from the vibrant colors of summer towards the faded colors of fall. www.visitironriver.com

Kewaunee

  • Updated: 10/25/2013 8:14:28 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Lots of 'Yellow', 'Burnt Orange' & red showing up all over the County! Colors are changing quickly & leaves are falling FAST! www.kewaunee.org

Lac du Flambeau

  • Updated: 10/14/2013 10:55:50 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Fall is here! The leaves have turned... lots of gold, rust, orange. The leaves are still beautiful...come visit Lac du Flambeau and enjoy the colors!

Ladysmith

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 11:21:03 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Uggh.. is it really time to start looking at the leaf color. www.ruskcountywi.com

Land O Lakes

  • Updated: 11/6/2013 9:38:40 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Finished - All leaves are down and snow on the ground. www.landolakes-wi.org

Manitowish Waters

  • Updated: 1/24/2014 2:32:13 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Though we are now past peak in Manitowish Waters, there are still pockets of color and plenty to do in Manitowish Waters! As the temperatures have dropped, fishing has picked up, with walleye, northern and panfish putting on a good to excellent bite, and musky action good. Great late season biking, hiking and birding still available - Come see why Manitowish Waters was honored as one of the inaugural 15 "Bird City Wisconsin" cities! http://www.manitowishwaters.org

Marinette

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 8:54:07 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
We are currently past peak in our area. We have many local craft shows and other events happening during the month. Please visit our website at www.therealnorth.com for more information on local events. http://therealnorth.com/

Medford

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 9:18:34 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Welcome to Taylor County!! We are getting ready for the Fall Season. Enjoy all the events that go with the Fall Season in the next couple of months. We hope you enjoy Taylor County and come back SOON!!!! Harvest Days 2014 will be October 23-26 in Medford. Please call 715-748-4729 for more information. A great weekend for the entire family!!! www.medfordwis.com

Menomonie

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 2:37:50 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Dunn County is showing ready for the fall colors to start showing we will be reporting weekly so stay tunned! Look at Menomonie for all the fall happenings going on fall bake sales and craft fairs, Govins Corn maze is a must see this fall and don't forget to visit Pleasant Valley Tree farm for the fall harvest weekends. Log on to our web site at www.menomoniechamber.org and click on our community calendar for a listing of our area events or visit our MyMenomonie facebook site for all the posting of fall happenings right here in Menomonie! Bike or Hike on the Red Cedar State trail and ride or stroll along the river banks and take in the colors of fall. Or stop in and get a back roads brochure and take a ride on the Dunn Co. Back roads. Western Dunn county will be a vibrant show of color when the leaves are peak so keep checking our Fall Color Report. Hoffman Hills is another great place to view the changing colors and offers over nine miles of hiking trails with bluffs to view the changing landscape. Our visitors center is located on Main Street in the Chamber of Commerce office and our staff can help with directions or maps to area attractions at 342 East Main Street. Visit Dunn County this weekend and enjoy the Harvest at Pleasant Valley Tree farm with all kinds of fall activities and country store or Govin's Meats & Berries offers an unbelievable corn maze for fall fun, both opening soon. www.menomoniechamber.org

Mercer

  • Updated: 8/21/2014 2:05:06 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Best viewing routes are: 1. Cty Hwy FF to Popko Circle East and around to Popko Circle West where it meets back up to Hwy FF. 2. County Hwy J to Cty Hwy H to Cty Hwy G that leads you back to Hwy 51. Hwy F to Hwy FF (Butternut to Lake Bastine/TFF). The colors are quite vibrant - primarily yellows and oranges in that area. www.mercercc.com

Merrill

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 9:24:07 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Enjoy a nice fall drive to the Gateway of the Northwoods. Drive the beautiful route on Highway 107 along the Wisconsin River onto Highway 64 that will take you right into the city. Before getting out to stretch your legs in one of the many parks in Merrill, stop at one of the local restaurants to pick up lunch or dinner. Merrill offers many different shops with friendly people that will make you return. www.merrillchamber.org

Minocqua

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 8:46:49 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Will the cool summer affect the timing or quality of fall leaf colors? No one knows for sure. When August and September are cool and sunny we usually have great leaf colors. There are plenty of beautiful views and things to do before the colors arrive; stop by the Chamber and pick up some of our great self-guided tour maps and event calendars. For more information please feel free to call the Chamber at: 1-800-44-NORTH, visit us on Facebook! http://www.minocqua.org

Minong

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 3:00:02 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Sept
We are looking forward to another spectacular fall color season. We will keep you posted as soon as the colors begin to change. As of right now, there are one or two trees starting to turn, but the majority should be closer to mid-late September. Be sure to check out the Fall Color Tour Routes, ATV self-guided Scenic Tour, Antique Shop Tour, and the Arts, Crafts & Fall Fun Tours! http://www.washburncounty.org/what-to-do/fall-colors http://www.washburncounty.org/what-to-do/fall-colors

Oconto County

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 3:03:15 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
We welcome you to come enjoy all the beauty Fall brings to Oconto County! Explore the brilliant orange hues and rich shades of red and bronze during this Fall Season! www.ocontocounty.org

Park Falls & Northern Price County

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 2:09:21 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Staghorn sumac has begun to turn bright yellow, orange and red in some areas. These small trees with fern-like leaves are typically the first to turn color. Other trees will start turning in late-August or early-September. Historically, peak color is around October 1st with major leaf drop in mid-October, depending on climate, wind, rain and freezing temps overnight. www.pricecountywi.net

Phillips & Southern Price County

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 2:09:55 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Staghorn sumac has begun to turn bright yellow, orange and red in some areas. These small trees with fern-like leaves are typically the first to turn color. Other trees will start turning in late-August or early-September. Historically, peak color is around October 1st with major leaf drop in mid-October, depending on climate, wind, rain and freezing temps overnight. http://www.pricecountywi.net

Pierce County

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 11:13:02 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Stunning fall scenes and foliage await visitors to River Falls. Kayak down the Kinni or hike/bike through beautiful parks to enjoy the picturesque scenery of Pierce County! Experience a passport to fun at the Falls Finds Tour--weekends only--now thru November 24th. Celebrate the season by enjoying holiday foods and wines during the Holiday Harvest Wine & Food Festival--November 9th & 10th. Visit greatriverroadwinetour.org for details. http://www.rfchamber.com

Polk County

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 2:31:59 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Sept
Beautiful green trees are still here in Polk County, but Fall color should be starting in a couple of weeks. Visit Interstate Park on the beautiful St. Croix River, or just cruise down the County roads, around the lakes and countryside. Visit the Polk County Information Center at the junction of Hwy's. 8 & 35 in St. Croix Falls for more information. Stop at an Apple Orchard, Interstate Park or one of our Wineries...... For further information, call the Polk County Information Center at 800-222-POLK (7655) or check our website at www.polkcountytourism.com www.polkcountytourism.com

Rhinelander

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 3:27:02 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
As the leaves continue to fall we look forward to seeing you and showing you all that Rhinelander and Oneida County have to offer. We have many lodging, dining and retail establishments happy to serve you and make your visit unforgettable. Oneida County also has many miles of hiking & biking trails ready for you to explore. For more information visit: http://www.explorerhinelander.com/recreation/hiking/ To help plan your trip to see us, visit: www.ExploreRhinelander.com. www.explorerhinelander.com

Rice Lake

  • Updated: 10/15/2013 1:41:01 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Our beautiful colors were here and are now past peak.....As the weather turns colder, don't forget to request your Visitor Guide for fun winter activities for the whole family at www.ricelaketourism.com www.ricelaketourism.com

Spooner

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 3:01:41 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Sept
We are looking forward to another spectacular fall color season. We will keep you posted as soon as the colors begin to change. As of right now, there are one or two trees starting to turn, but the majority should be closer to mid-late September. Be sure to check out the Fall Color Tour Routes, ATV self-guided Scenic Tour, Antique Shop Tour, and the Arts, Crafts & Fall Fun Tours! http://www.washburncounty.org/what-to-do/fall-colors

St. Germain

  • Updated: 10/22/2013 9:18:40 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
10/22/2013: The Northwoods is well past peak color. With colder weather and our first measurable snowfall over the last few days, fall seems to be officially over for this year. More photo highlights from fall 2013 can be viewed on the St. Germain Chamber of Commerce's Facebook page. www.st-germain.com

Superior-Douglas County

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 10:43:17 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
Little bits of yellow are starting to appear here and there, but we're still a couple of weeks away before the beautiful fall colors REALLY start appearing! For great fall color views, don't miss Pattison State Park, Amnicon Falls State Park, or the scenic overlook with views of Lake Superior and fall colors on the Historic Old Bayfield Road hiking trail in the Brule River State Forest. http://www.superiorchamber.org/visitors.html

Three Lakes Area

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 10:51:52 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
www.threelakes.com

Tomahawk

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 11:46:20 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
The trees are still green and beautiful in the Tomahawk area. www.gototomahawk.com

Winter

  • Updated: 10/24/2013 9:08:05 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
http://www.winterwi.com
Central Wisconsin

Central Wisconsin

Adams

  • Updated: 10/23/2013 9:54:16 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
www.visitadamscountywi.com

Appleton & Fox Cities

  • Updated: 10/28/2013 8:16:06 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
www.foxcities.org

Calumet County

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 11:53:53 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Enjoy the fall colors during the Rural Arts Roadtrip: Fine Art, Food, and Fun being held Oct. 10-12. See breathtaking autumn views from the High Cliff State Park and Ledge View Nature Center observation towers. Avoid Hwy 41 and drive along the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago on the 'Quiet Side of the Lake'. www.travelcalumet.com

Clark County

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 11:36:03 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
The color has not yet begun with the exception of a few edges on the leaves along the clearings in the woods or a few underlying plants. There is still plenty to do in Clark County this time of year. This is great camping weather, the fish are biting, the lakes and trails are alive with activitiy and of course don't forget our many unique shops along the way. If you are looking for events and activities to do in Clark County year round, please check out our website at www.clarkcountytourism-wi.org or give our office a call at 715-255-9100. We would be more than happy to send you the latest information and help you plan your next trip to Clark County. www.clarkcountytourism-wi.org

Elkhart Lake

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:17:57 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
There is a hint of fall in the air but leaves are green and lush. Wildflowers and grasses add a splash of color. Autumn hues will soon appear on the trees and gradually increase throughout September. Temperatures are typically in the 70s. The Ice Age Trail, Kettle Moraine State Forest and the observation tower at Broughton Sheboygan County Marsh Park offer recreation and amazing scenery. The nearby Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive and Historic Race Circuit offer winding, hilly, and wooded roads to enjoy by automobile, bicycle, or motorcycle. The lake is serene and begs to be stirred with your kayak or canoe paddle. www.elkhartlake.com

Fond du Lac

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 11:20:12 AM
  • % Peak: 15% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
For the best views of color, wind through the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive following the signs. Check out The Little Farmer for fun activities in the fall. www.mytlf.com www.fdl.com

Green Lake

  • Updated: 11/4/2013 10:11:19 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Oct
We still have fall colors around the lake and on the back roads around the area. For the most part, our leaves are starting to fall. A few areas still have beautiful oranges and yellows. http://www.visitgreenlake.com/

Juneau County

  • Updated: 10/31/2013 1:26:05 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
A drive through Juneau County in the fall will awaken those outdoor yearnings. The Bluffs surrounded by the crimson colors of the season are breathtaking. The reflection of the golden, yellow and red leaves, off the waters of Castle Rock and Petenwell Lake and the many rivers will revive your soul! www.juneaucounty.com

Manitowoc

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 11:17:33 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Our trees are still green and our temperatures are wonderful 70's. While you wait for fall enjoy fun activities by the Coastline. Kites Over Lake Michigan and many other fun events will keep you entertained while you wait for the new season! You can find all of our events at www.manitowoc.info http://www.manitowoc.info

Marquette County

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 12:54:03 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Waiting for fall to arrive! www.marquettecountyguide.com

Marshfield

  • Updated: 11/4/2013 10:23:49 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
The Marshfield area's fall color season generally begins in mid-September and ends in early to mid-October. It’s easy to plan a fall color getaway in Marshfield because of our beautiful walking, hiking, and biking paths. Visit the many miles of trails in Marshfield including the University of Wisconsin Wood County Arboretum, Wildwood Park and Zoo, McMillian Marsh, or Hamus Nature Park to view the beautiful oranges, reds, golds, and greens of fall. Visit www.visitmarshfield.com or call 800-422-4541 to get the latest Fall information. www.visitmarshfield.com

Menominee

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:28:59 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
www.shawanocountry.com

Oshkosh

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 11:12:33 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Nov
Check out our new River Walk in downtown Oshkosh on the Fox River - it connects to the WIOUWASH State Trail. Find fall color locations here: http://www.visitoshkosh.com/its-time-to-be-dazzled-where-to-find-fall-color-in-oshkosh/ www.visitoshkosh.com

Shawano

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:29:51 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
www.shawanocountry.com

Sheboygan County

  • Updated: 11/11/2013 2:14:28 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Our colors have peaked and the trees are shedding their leaves. Make a note for fall of 2014 to take a ride through the Kettle Moraine State Forest on the west side of Sheboygan County, or along Lake Michigan on the east side. For a "Fall Colors" brochure, a map of the area and visitor information, please stop in at our Visitor Center - 647 Walton Drive, Plymouth. Visitor Center hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; we also have 24/7 access to our visitor information brochures boxes just to the right of our front door. www.plymouthwisconsin.com

Stevens Point

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 9:17:44 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Fall color change has not started here in Portage County. There is still time to come and enjoy our great trails and waterways. paln on attending one of our great Fall events: September 13 - Celebrate Amherst River Fest September 20 - Art in the Park, Stevens point Brewery Pointoberfest, Dozynki Harvest Fest and The Annual Wood Carving Show and Competition September 27th - UWSP Homecoming and Rippin Thru Rosholt October 3-5 - Hidden Studios Art Tour and Rising Star Mill Open house October 11 - Moon Walk Wisconsin October 12 - St Brons Marathon Check these events out and many more at our website: www.stevenspointarea.com www.stevenspointarea.com

Waupaca

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 10:39:13 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
www.waupacamemories.com

Wausau

  • Updated: 10/21/2013 3:27:29 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
The Wausau area's fall color season generally begins in mid-September and ends in early to mid-October. It’s easy to plan a fall color getaway at www.visitwausau.com. You can also phone Wausau/Central Wisconsin Convention & Visitors Bureau at 888-WI-VISIT to get the latest area information. http://www.visitwausau.com

Wautoma

  • Updated: 11/12/2013 10:09:56 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
In the last week the leaves have been vacating the trees. http://www.wausharachamber.com/

Wisconsin Rapids Area

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 10:02:26 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
The Cranberry Highway is a self-guided drive stretches for almost 50 miles along century-old cranberry beds from Wisconsin Rapids to Warrens, and between Pittsville and Nekoosa. During the harvest season this drive showcases all the beautiful fall colors over a sea of red berries. For more information go to www.cranberryhighway.com. www.visitwisrapids.com
Southern Wisconsin

Southern Wisconsin

Baraboo

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 9:07:29 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
www.baraboo.com

Beaver Dam

  • Updated: 11/4/2013 10:43:01 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
November is bringing the final harvests of the season throughout the Dodge County area. Some color remains in the urban settings and area forests, but many of the trees have lost their seasonal covering and are bare for the winter months ahead. But there are still things to do! Visit area orchards for the last of the season fresh apples, apple cider and other autumn vegetable and fruit harvests. www.beaverdamchamber.com

Beloit

  • Updated: 10/28/2013 11:19:17 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Fall colors have peaked; however, colors can still be enjoyed in Beloit for probably another week. Come see "Where the FUN Begins." www.visitbeloit.com

Black River Falls

  • Updated: 10/29/2013 11:26:32 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 5th Week of Oct
SCENIC ROAD: Jackson County's North Settlement Road stretches from County Rd. O north to WIS 54. This road travels through hardwood stands and pine tree plantations. It follows a portion of the Wazee Trail past the Pigeon Creek Campground and Dike 17 Lookout Tower where miles of marsh are visible. Sandhill cranes, bald eagles, ducks, geese, and other wildlife may be viewed. AREA EVENT: On Saturday, October 5th join us for Oktoberfest from 9am-9p at 320 Pierce St. Black River Falls www.blackrivercountry.net

Buffalo County

  • Updated: 11/9/2013 2:32:27 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Fall color in Buffalo County is just before "peak". The aspens are turning a beautiful yellow and the early maples are boasting oranges and reds. Drive the back road of the County and you won't be disappointed with fall color around every corner and 19th century barns and farmsteads blended into the hillsides. Along the Wisconsin Great River Road the Mississippi River backwaters have changed to hues of red (sumac) and gold (grasses and reeds). Fall bird migration should start soon and we are anticipating pelicans, tundra swans and many different ducks in late October & November. Buena Vista Park is the largest natural balcony overlooking the Mississippi River and is a local city park in Alma, Wisconsin. Don't miss this opportunity to experience fall color overlooking the Upper Mississippi River Valley and Lock & Dam #4. http://www.almawisconsin.com

Crawford County

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 8:17:28 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
End of October and folks think the color is gone....but...not true! A bit frosty and just gorgeous here! There still is blend of red, rusts, gold and yellow on the trees. Color is more intense on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, Kickapoo Valley and the ridges. Highway 35 is looking gorgeous and the white pelicans are migrating south. We see more and more pelicans flying overhead and on the Mississippi River these days. The ducks are here and so are the duck hunters. Highway 27 is the ridge road and well worth the trip to tour in either direction. Then there is Highway 171 through the orchards. Come now. Apples are being picked and fall is in the air. There are bushels of all kinds of apples appearing at the orchard shops in Gays Mills. "Fall color season" is still here. www.visitferryville.com

Dodgeville

  • Updated: 11/11/2013 2:10:27 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Our area is past peak at this time. Thank you for visiting. www.dodgeville.com

Eagle

  • Updated: 11/6/2013 9:46:35 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 5th Week of Oct
It finally happened!! Colors are beautiful in a few spots but the recent winds and rains have brought down alot of leaves. When you do see fall colors they are dark oranges, rusts, yellows, burgandy and an occasional red. Pumpkins are out at the farmers markets. Come hike the Nordic Trail in the Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest (state park fees apply) and enjoy the beautiful fall season or enjoy the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive starting near Whitewater Lake, in Walworth County and extending 115 miles into Sheboygan County. Stop in at Forest Headquarters near Eagle for a $5 informative guide. REMINDER: Kettle Moraine State Forest - Southern Unit like other state forest is open to hunting. PLEASE WEAR BRIGHT COLORS when you are out hiking. http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/kms/

Green County

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 11:04:24 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
No fall colors yet but plenty of colorful festivals coming up! Visit www.greencounty.org for the details on Cheese Days, New Glarus Oktoberfest, Brodhead Autumnfest, and more. http://www.greencounty.org

Horicon Marsh Area

  • Updated: 10/28/2013 4:01:18 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Fall is everywhere around the marsh. Sandhill Cranes are in abundance and Canada Geese are migrating. Come enjoy nature - hike the trails, bicycle and walk the boardwalk. * Horicon Marsh Inter. Ed. Center - 920-387-7890 Mon - Fri 9 - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun 10 - 4:00 pm November 2 - Movies at the Marsh - 6:30 - 8:30pm - Flushed Away * Horicon National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Mon - Fri 7:30 - 4:00pm Weekends until Nov. 24 - 11:00 - 5:00pm * Marsh Haven Nature Center Mon - Fri Noon - 4:00pm Sat & Sun 9:00 - 5:00pm www.dodgecounty.com

Janesville

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 3:54:25 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Oct
We're not ready for fall yet! We invite you to explore Janesville with a walk, bike, or jog on our 25 miles of paved trails. As always, Rotary Botanical Gardens is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors, and their Fall Plant Sale is September 6-7. Trek through Skelly's Corn Mazes beginning mid-September and running through Halloween Day. We have many outdoor activities coming up, including the World Water Ski Show Tournament on September 13-14, Art Infusion on September 20-21, and our always popular Saturday and Sunday Farmers Markets. www.janesvillecvb.com

Jefferson

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 2:56:30 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Sept
No color seen yet. Autumn Fest in Jefferson is October 4th 9am-2pm, city wide rummage sale also 7am-4pm www.jeffersonchamberwi.com

Kenosha

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 10:01:01 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
The trees are beginning to show a few colors. On Saturday, September 20th, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Pringle Nature Center located in the Bristol Woods County Park will be Pringle's annual Fall Fun Fest in conjuncture with the City of Kenosha and Kenosha County's International Migratory Bird Day Celebration. http://www.kenoshacvb.com

Kickapoo Valley Reserve

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:31:46 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Early yellows on stressed trees but with recent rains the majority is every shade of green. Come out and enjoy! http://kvr.state.wi.us

La Crosse

  • Updated: 10/24/2013 8:18:43 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
The color is changing fast here in La Crosse! View the changing colors from the scenic Great River Road, Grandad Bluff, or along the riverfront in our historic downtown district. Find out more information at explorelacrosse.com. www.explorelacrosse.com

Lafayette County

  • Updated: 10/25/2013 10:22:24 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
still a great drive!!! www.futurelafayette.com

Lake Geneva

  • Updated: 11/6/2013 9:12:41 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Nov
Scenic drives and Rustic Roads in Walworth County/Lake Geneva area include: South Road, Steel Road, Spring Valley Road and Knob Hill Road between WIS 50 and WIS 36. Back Road, Sheridan Springs Road, Spring Valley Road and Church Road, between WIS 50 and WIS 36. Hwy. 50 west out of Lake Geneva to Snake Road. From Snake Road/Woods School cross over Hwy. 50, which becomes Schofield Rd. Go to South Shore Dr. Follow as far as desired. lakegenevawi.com

Madison

  • Updated: 8/19/2014 4:12:31 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
If you're looking for a great place to take a scenic drive to see Madison's autumn colors, we suggest you visit the UW-Madison Arboretum. The Arboretum's 1,200 acres bordering the southern half of Lake Wingra feature many distinct ecological communities, several horticultural collections, effigy mounds, historic artifacts, a Visitor Center, and more than 20 miles of a trail system composed of footpaths, boardwalks, and fire lanes. Explore through our many tours, events, and classes throughout the year. UW-Madison Arboretum. 1207 Seminole Hwy. Madison, WI 53711 Phone: (608) 263-7888. www.visitmadison.com

Middleton Area

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 10:22:32 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
I'd venture to say we're a bit past "peak" color now. Though all the color isn't gone... some trees are now... shall we say... much less leaved. Then there are others that seem to have a calendar of their own and are just popping brilliantly now!?!? Ah well... if you're like me, stretching out the colorful days of fall are just fine by you! www.visitmiddleton.com

Milwaukee

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:46:36 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Milwaukee’s tree-lined neighborhoods and parks are showing the first glints of red/gold colors as summer slowly gives way to a glorious Wisconsin fall. www.visitmilwaukee.org

Mineral Point

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 10:34:48 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Sept
Our trees are still filled with deep green leaves! We are excited to watch the blend of colors slowly start to come in by late September. www.mineralpoint.com

Ozaukee County

  • Updated: 11/13/2013 9:52:29 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Nov
www.ozaukeetourism.com

Pepin County

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 9:32:52 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Our area is past peak at this point. www.stockholmwisconsin.com

Platteville

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 10:10:27 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Fall is coming and it's time to plan a trip to Grant County! Stonefield Historic Site in Cassville is a "must-see". Grant County has a bounty of outdoor recreational opportunities waiting for you - from biking, hiking, fishing, kayaking, canoeing to camping! Grant County has 57 miles of the Great River Road where views of the mighty Mississippi are breathtaking! It's a great time to do some birdwatching, especially along the Mississippi. The Wisconsin River on our northern border is a paradise for those who love the water! Celebrate September 5-7th in Platteville with their 67th Annual Dairy Days Celebration and their 17th Annual Historic Re-enactment! http://www.platteville.com

Portage

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 9:15:26 AM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Bring your canoe or kayak and go for a ride on the Fox River along our historic sites of Fort Winnebago Surgeons Quarters and Historic Indian Agency House. You can also pick up one of our bicycling brochures at the Chamber office and venture out into the countryside to see all the beautiful colors. There is still plenty of time to get away and relax. www.portagewi.com

Prairie du Chien

  • Updated: 10/28/2013 12:17:19 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 4th Week of Oct
The leaves are still hanging on the trees along the river but the color is not as vibrant as it had been. www.prairieduchien.org

Racine

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 1:16:02 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
No fall color at this time. Visit Downtown Racine fall street festival on September 27 with food, music and an art fair. www.realracine.com

Richland County

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 8:57:05 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Opening Soon, 2nd Annual Rotary Lights in the Park! Check our website for exact dates and times. We look forward to seeing you soon! www.richlandchamber.com

Sauk Prairie

  • Updated: 8/25/2014 1:00:47 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
The Sauk Prairie Riverway is currently lush green, offering warm late summer temperatures for boating, canoeing, hiking, and camping. A drive around Lake Wisconsin, celebrating its 100th anniversary, offers a free ride on the Merrimac Ferry and a view of the Baraboo bluffline. A trip through historic Devils Lake State Park is a treat, with 2 swimming beaches and miles of breathtaking hiking trails. www.saukprairieriverway.com

Sparta

  • Updated: 8/26/2014 1:11:44 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 1st Week of Oct
We are still in the summer mode in Sparta, but expect colors to start bursting out in September. www.bikesparta.com

Spring Green

  • Updated: 11/11/2013 2:09:43 PM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
We have had some vibrant fall colors this year! It was beautiful along the hills and bluffs between Spring Green and Baraboo. www.springgreen.com

Tomah

  • Updated: 10/18/2013 11:22:50 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
To see our Fall Colors take one of our self-guided driving tours available in our Tomah Area Guide. For a copy of the guide visit our website at www.tomahwisconsin.com or contact our office. www.tomahwisconsin.com

Trempealeau County

  • Updated: 10/30/2013 8:52:17 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: Past Peak
Many Trempealeau County communities host harvest festivals and craft fairs. Orchards specializing in regional apples offer tractor and wagon rides, or pick your own pumpkin from the field are only a sampling of the fall celebrations in the area. Local wineries, gift, antique, and craft stores provide numerous opportunities to enjoy the rural experience of western Wisconsin, come and see what we have to offer. www.ruralexperiences.com

Viroqua - Vernon County

  • Updated: 8/27/2014 10:16:55 AM
  • % Peak: 5% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 3rd Week of Oct
Leaves are just beginning to show a trace of color. A canoe trip on the Kickapoo River on 8/24/14 revealed several trees with partial yellow leaves. Most trees are showing a minimum amount of color, if any at all. http://viroqua-wisconsin.com/quality/downtown.asp

Washington County

  • Updated: 11/7/2013 10:42:34 AM
  • % Peak: Past Peak
  • Estimated Peak: 5th Week of Oct
The sun is shining in Washington County making your fall color tour delightful! More & more beautiful color has taken over the leaves. An easy drive - just 35 minutes from Milwaukee & you will see numerous breathtaking sights! Great winding roads and beautiful parks with hiking trails. Plan your trip at www.visitwashingtoncounty.com www.visitwashingtoncounty.com

Wisconsin Dells

  • Updated: 8/6/2014 2:37:58 PM
  • % Peak: 0% Color
  • Estimated Peak: 2nd Week of Oct
Fall is just beginning in our area. Please check out some of the Halloween activities in Wisconsin Dells at wisdells.com on our Event Calendar. You can find corn mazes, horse drawn wagon rides plus many other fall activities in the area. www.wisdells.com