Explore Wisconsin's Fall Foliage and Culinary Getaways

Door County Wisconsin offers a list of culinary packages and festivals, beautiful fall foliage and a variety of outdoor tours for clients looking for a family trip or a romantic getaway.

Door County was named by TripAdvisor as one of the "top 10 fall foliage destinations in the U.S." and also one of "America's top spots to enjoy fall's favorite colors from a boat" by Discover Boating.  Prime foliage viewing should last for the next few weeks and accompanies many upcoming fall festivals and harvest related events. Up-to-date reports on the status of fall colors can be found on the DoorCounty.com homepage.

A new "So Delicious, So Door County" celebration continues through Oct. 30. A special culinary trail map is available through the Door County Visitor Bureau and features several self-guided tour options. Culinary tour themes include Wineries/Breweries/Distilleries, Sundae Drives, Orchards and Farmers' Markets, Field to Table, Made in Door County, Locally Caught and Served, and Culinary Schools.

Also more than 20 of Door County's inns, B & B's, hotels and resorts are offering culinary themed lodging packages. Any of the "So Delicious, So Door County" lodging packages include a $25 gift certificate to use while in Door County.

Other popular fall color activities include scenic and ghost tours aboard the Door County Trolley, several boat tour options to view colors along the county's 300 miles of shoreline, on-road and off-road Segway tours, airplane tours, bike tours and more.  Lighthouse tours, golfing and shopping at a plethora of county-based farm markets also continue throughout October.

For a complete calendar of events and personal travel assistance, contact the Door County Visitor Bureau at 800-527-3529 or visit DoorCounty.com.


 

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