The signs of Fall are all around Wisconsin with cooler days and nights, beautiful fall colors and plenty to do in Wisconsin. Green leaves are turning beautiful shades of red and yellow. You can see big orange pumpkins in patches along the roadways. Deer and wild turkey are roaming in the harvested corn fields, and hunting season has begun.
Fall in Wisconsin is an enjoyable season for everyone. Some ideas of things to do include:
- Take a day trip to see the fall colors (click here for the current Wisconsin Fall Color Report)
- Pick out your pumpkins
- Enjoy a tasty apple, caramel apple or glass of apple cider at a local orchard
- Tailgate at your favorite football game or Lambeau Field (stock up on your favorite meats to grill)
- Visit a Wisconsin winery or wine shop
- Shop at a Fall Festival or Craft Show
- Eat at a Local Restaurant, Cafe or Pub
- Travel the Great River Road on the western part of the state (see some of the Planned Events)
- Hunt for turkey, deer, birds, bear and more (DNR 2014 Wisconsin Hunting and Trapping Seasons) Check out the following link for stores and shops with the latest hunting gear, supplies and equipment.
- Participate in one of the eight Turkey Trots (5 mile run or a 2 mile walk) across the state on November 27. Register by October 31 for savings.
Whether hunting, shopping, enjoying nature, eating local cuisine, taste testing at a winery, or attending fall festivals, there are plenty of places to stay while you’re visiting. Wisconsin has cabins in the woods, cozy cottages on the lake, bed and breakfasts, private houses and hotels/motels for rent. The sights and sounds of nature will surround you. Book your reservations now to ensure that you are close to your favorite hunting, shopping or nature spot.
Have fun as you explore Wisconsin!