- Rib Mountain State Park: This billion-year-old geological feature affords an amazing view of the Wisconsin River Valley below.
- Timm’s Hill County Park: The highest point in Wisconsin, visit the observation tower for a 30-mile view around Bass Lake in Ogema.
- Peninsula State Park: With high bluffs, sandy beaches and a 1860s lighthouse, take in a relaxing autumn view over Fish Creek.
- Mountain Park Lookout Tower: Few things afford a fall view like this lookout tower located atop Washington Island, off the Door Peninsula.
- Parnell Tower: The 60-foot tower offers panoramic views of the surrounding forest and farmlands.
- Blue Mound State Park: The park boasts two observations towers with a spectacular view and unique geological features, so needles to say, you have options.
- Perrot State Park: It doesn’t get much better than this for one of the best Wisconsin views of the mighty Mississippi River Valley.
- Lapham Peak: The 45-foot observation tower is the highest point in Waukesha County and provides a breathtaking 360-degree view of the surrounding countryside.
- Devil’s Lake State Park: Wisconsin's largest state park offering magnificent views from 500-foot Quartzite bluffs overlooking a 360-acre lake.
- The Geneva Lake Shore Path: A paved path that affords one heck of a view of the lake, the surrounding fall colors, and the beautiful mansions and houses in the area.
- Holy Hill: Climb to the top of this architecturally beautiful church built atop a glacial hill and see the fall colors for miles and miles
Where do you go for the best view of Wisconsin’s fall colors? Tell us in a comment below! And last but not least, be sure to keep an eye on our official Fall Color Report to see when and where colors are peaking across the state.