Step One: Create a Trip
Once you login you can create a new trip or edit existing trips. Set your trip name, description, privacy and dates before you begin.
Step Two: Add Items
Add items from our Places to Stay, Things to Do, Dining and Events sections to your trip by clicking the Add to Trip icon throughout the site or from within the Trip Planner.
Step Three: Print and Share
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Fall Color Report
TravelWisconsin.com Fall Color Report Retuns in August
The TravelWisconsin.com Fall Color Report is an easy tool for travelers to track fall foliage changes and plan a getaway in Wisconsin.
More than 100 fall color reporters provide updates in all 72 counties of the state, making the Fall Color Report the most timely and comprehensive report for fall color updates. The report is updated "virtually live," meaning reporters from chambers of commerce, visitor bureaus, tourism organizations, and state parks and forests can update their area’s status as conditions change. At a minimum, fall color watchers update once a week.
Highlights from the report and new enhancements include:
- New! Interactive map that allows users to share and tag their photos. Users can tag the location and share photo information which will be organized in a gallery and pinned to the map for a completely interactive experience.
- New! Users have the ability to rate user submitted photos.
- Tabs for nearby events, activities, lodging and dining help users plan their fall getaway.
- Inside travel tips from the local area such as scenic drives, colorful parks and vistas, upcoming events, and other areas of interest.
- Links for local travel information.
- Travelers can subscribe to the weekly email to have a link to the report sent every Thursday, in time to make weekend plans.
- Printable version and mobile site so fall color seekers can take the report with them, or view it on their smart phone.
Come back in August to track the changing colors or sign-up today for the Fall Color Report weekly email.