Things to do in Wisconsin in late Fall

October 23rd, 2018 by


Hard to believe we’re already half way through Fall.  As Wisconsin residents know, we are treated to some of the best scenery in the country as the leaves turn color and the sun hangs around less into the night.

Get out before it’s too cold!  Here are some things to check off your list before winter comes!

Hikes:

You might have to bundle up, but the best way to experience the scenery Wisconsin offers is to be out in it.  Here is a list of some of the best trails around the area: https://www.travelwisconsin.com/article/trails-and-hiking/15-fall-color-hikes-in-wisconsin-from-easy-to-difficult

Bonfires:

You might be thinking, “Yeah, Duh,” but the clock is ticking.  Whether in your backyard or at some of our local hot spots in Milwaukee such as The Outsider, the HD Bar or even Stone Creek Coffee.

Events at The Fiserv Forum:

Not necessarily a Fall activity, but the employees at the Fiserv Forum are pulling out all the stops for citizens to have the best possible first time experience at the new arena.  Check out a Bucks game or one of the many concerts they have lined up.

Make it up north one more time:

It’s so cliche, but you know the feeling.  You’re headed north on I-43 or Highway 51 and you get past Wausau and suddenly you feel up north. The air is different.  The people more relaxed.  Suddenly you can’t wait to get to the cabin and have an old fashioned.

…and there’s still time.

Go for a Scenic Drive:

If you can’t get out of a hike, the next best thing is this.  Here’s a list of some very scenic drives around Wisconsin.  Make a day of it, or just take the long way home from the grocery store.  https://www.travelwisconsin.com/article/things-to-do/11-scenic-drives-during-fall