Where is your favorite place to catch the fall colors in Wisconsin?
Jared Abbrederis #84: Being from Wautoma, I just like to be out in the country. There’s a field right next to my house and it’s the best strip of trees to see the color change.
Bryan Bulaga #75: Green Bay Country Club.
Morgan Burnett #42: I get a chance to see them as I go to and from the stadium.
Jarrett Bush #24: I would say Door County.
Mason Crosby #2: Any golf course, especially Oneida Country Club or Thornberry. Being out there in the fall golfing is some of the prettiest stuff.
With reds, yellows, and golds galore, we wish Wisconsin’s fall colors would never leave! Each fall, Mother Nature graces Wisconsin with a technicolor masterpiece. What better way to experience it than a scenic drive down any one of Wisconsin’s 108 less-traveled Rustic Roads. If you’re more of a get-out-in-the-elements type, hike the colors at Peninsula State Park, canoe the colors along the Waupaca River, or unleash your inner-child and roll in the colors while you rake!
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