There is nothing better than enjoying the great outdoors in Wisconsin in fall weather. If you love to explore nature in the autumn, then get outside and see the changing leaves throughout this great state. Here are four Wisconsin hiking trails that you won’t want to miss this season:
- Interstate State Park. Wisconsin technically shares this park with Minnesota, but it’s still worth a visit. In this park, you will find a portion of the Ice Age Trail and the Pothole Trail, as well as stunning views of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. The colors of the changing leaves here are truly breathtaking.
- Devil’s Lake. Colorful leaves reflected on the surface of a large lake — there’s nothing more beautiful. Devil’s Lake State Park also includes part of the Ice Age Trail, which is roughly 1,200 miles.
- Copper Falls State Park. Head to this state park to explore 9.2 miles of the North Country National Scenic Trail. You can camp at this park and explore rocky trails like the Three Bridges Trail, as well as Copper Falls and Brownstone Falls.
- The University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum. College students who need a break from classes but can’t travel far can enjoy the fall season at “The Arb” and its 1,200 acres.
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