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Plan Your Autumn Getaway - Autumn Becomes You - Travel Wisconsin

Greetings Leaf Peepers!

Fall beauty abounds across Wisconsin this week! A number of counties are experiencing their brightest colors of the season right now, mainly around the central part of the state from St. Croix County across to Kewaunee County. Looking for a way to experience fall color in its purest, most undisturbed setting? Drive down one of Wisconsin's 114 Rustic Roads each promising a scenic, lightly traveled place to become immersed in fall foliage.

Be sure to use the Fall Color Report to share your photos as well as find events, lodging, and activities in the area!

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Dells Chili Cookoff October 12th
Dells Chili Cook–off October 12th

Nothing warms the body on a "chilly" autumn day better than chili! The Chili Cook–off provides fun for the whole family this weekend. The event will feature tastings, a Texas Hold'em Tournament, pony rides, and live entertainment.
Undeniably Unique Ways to See Fall Color in Wisconsin
Undeniably Unique Ways to See Fall Color in Wisconsin

With all corners of the state ablaze in peak foliage, why not take in the stunning colors from a different vantage point? Here are just a few of our ideas for adventure and entertainment where the beautiful color is on display.
Fall on Trout Lake, Menomonee Park
Featured Photo: Fall on Trout Lake

Menomonee Park, Villages of Menomonee Falls and Lannon
Photo Submitted by M. Lamkin
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