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  • TURN YOUR GAZE TO THE TREES WITH TRAVEL WISCONSIN’S FALL COLOR REPORT

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    September 23, 2020
    As the temperatures get cooler, fall foliage puts on a showstopping display and  Travel Wisconsin’s Fall Color Report offers an interactive map of the most up-to-date fall color conditions to ensure travelers know exactly where to find the most vibrant hues and must-see sights throughout the state.
     
    The Fall Color Report is supported by more than 100 reporters including chambers of commerce, visitor bureaus, tourism organizations, and state park and forest rangers , providing foliage updates for all 72 counties as green leaves transform to hues of deep red, yellow and orange. The Fall Color Report is updated regularly throughout September and October and can be accessed online as well as delivered to your email inbox each Thursday along with other ideas for fall activities – just in time to plan a weekend road trip.
     
    “In Wisconsin, autumn is synonymous with apple orchards, corn mazes, hikes and bike rides, all punctuated by nature’s vibrant and beautiful display of fall colors,” said Secretary-designee Sara Meaney. “Travel Wisconsin’s Fall Color Report is a useful resource for planning your fall fun. Whether you’re looking to hear the crunch of leaves beneath your feet on a hike or savor the flavors of fall at a local farm, I encourage everyone to enjoy the season’s many outdoor activities and scenic destinations.”
     
    For more ideas for fall destination activities, including orchards, pumpkin patches, scenic fall train rides, state parks, cozy cabins, supper clubs and more, visit TravelWisconsin.com.  In addition to tracking peak color, the Fall Color Report helps travelers easily view a 3-day weather forecast, as well as nearby lodging, dining and suggestions for things to do while taking in fall color in a particular area. 
     

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