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Fall Event Sampler
- Haunted Hay Ride at MacKenzie Environmental Education Center: Saturday, October 23-24, 2014.
- Eco-Halloween Hike at Richard Bong State Recreation Area: Saturday, October 18, 2014.
- Halloween Nature Hikes at Kettle Moraine State Forest-Northern Unit: Saturday, October 17, 2013
Fall calendar of fun
Fall in love with Wisconsin's great outdoors
The crowds are gone, the bugs are down, and migrating birds and maple, oak and birch trees are putting on a brilliant show. Time to get out and enjoy all that Wisconsin offers before the deep freeze sets in. These steps can help you plan your adventure.
- Use our Explore Outdoors tool to choose where to go by area or by activity. Get the latest Fall Color Report from TravelWisconsin.com to consider as you plan.
- Use our Parks Outdoor Activities guide to find which state parks offer the experience and activity you want;
- Try the following links to zero in on harvest-time fun on state-owned lands and the lakes and rivers that belong to all of us. Find more public and private options on Travel Wisconsin.
- Places to go birdwatching and bird identification.
Fishing and camping
Some of the year's best musky and walleye fishing can be found in fall, and who can beat a campfire, some s'mores and a couple of ghost stories on a crisp fall night?
For many, fall means hunting time. Whether it's waterfowl, turkey or deer you're after, Wisconsin has ample seasons and opportunities to help you get out to enjoy the traditions with family and friends.
Fishing and camping
Some of the year's best musky and walleye fishing can be found in fall, and can you beat a campfire, some smores and a couple of ghost stories on a crisp night?
Trail hikes to try
Try these flatter, shorter trails with lots to look at and experience, including tunnels and waterfalls at some. For those trails in state parks, a vehicle admission fee is required to enter parks.
Accessible options for all ages
Adaptive equipment, accessible cabins and lists of accessible boat launches and fishing piers are just a few of the ways we're trying to open the outdoors to everyone.