Do you enjoy watching the changing of the leaves each year? If so, you’ll enjoy reading Travel Wisconsin Fall Color Report which is updated each week in Autumn.
As of September 16, the report shows that Mercer in Iron County is at 45% color, Sawyer County reports 35% color and Cable, Rhinelander and Three Lakes Wisconsin are reporting 25% color. Time to peak varies from 1-4 weeks in the northern areas of Wisconsin.
Central Wisconsin is reporting 25%color, with peak 4-6 weeks away.
In Southern Wisconsin, there’s 4-7 weeks to wait to see peak color.
If you like to take drives to take in the beauty of fall in Wisconsin, check out this Travel Wisconsin Fall Road Trip article. There’s a drive for Southwestern Wisconsin: Spring Green to Muscoda; Northeastern Wisconsin: Embarrass to Caroline; Southeastern Wisconsin: Delafield to Holy Hill; Northwestern Wisconsin: St. Croix Falls to Cushing.
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