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Late-September through late-October, the Cranberry Highway reveals a sea of red cranberries coupled with the blazing colors of fall. The self-guided drive stretches for almost 50 miles along century-old cranberry beds from Wisconsin Rapids to Warrens, and between Pittsville and Nekoosa. Highway 54, Highway 173, Highway 13 and county roads in Wood, Juneau and Monroe County are best for exploring cranberry country in this area of the state. The best place to stop for photos is at state historic marker #86, Cranberry Culture on the north side of Hwy 54 west of County GG.
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