5 Amazing Spots in Wisconsin for Some Fun Leaf Peeping
These spots are perfect for the fall foliage photos you want. The camera-friendly locations are also close to fun things to do after the photoshoot.
The month of October brings the most beautiful of transitions. The changing leaves are everywhere. Fall, in many ways, pulls us to the outdoors even more than spring or summer.
Fall is All About Sippin', Dippin', Pickin' and Shootin'
Those words accurately describe what factors into most of our fall weekend plans. Sipping great coffee or cider, dipping cider donuts and picking apples at an orchard.
The other 'must-do-in-fall' activity is getting photos of nature's stunning transformation.
Are you a Leaf Peeper?
Leaf peeping is an informal term in the United States and Canada for the activity in which people travel to view and photograph the fall foliage in areas where leaves change colors in autumn .
We think these 5 spots provide some of the most beautiful leaf peeping in Wisconsin
Milwaukee County Parks
Milwaukee County Parks is an amazing network of trails, parks, historic attractions, golf courses, beaches, beer gardens and nature. Sign me up, let's go.
Door County Wisconsin is an entire new level of scenic beauty
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin's shoreline is filled with historic mansions, boat cruises, a 21-mile Lake Shore path, zip lining, shopping and so much more.
Holy Hill in Hubertus
Basilica and National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians at Holy Hill, located in southeast Wisconsin. The Shrine's Neo-Romanesque Church sits atop a glacial hill, and is surrounded by 435 acres of breathtaking scenery. It's difficult to put the feeling you'll get, when you see this next photo, into words.
Devil's Lake State Park
Created in 1911, Devil’s Lake is the state’s third-oldest park. Located just south of Baraboo, Wisconsin, covering over 9,000 acres of land and home to over 1,800 species of plants and animals.