The Wisconsin River beautifully reflects cirrus clouds at Council Grounds State Park, just off Highway 107 north of Merrill.
We’re into October, with the beautiful bursts of color as the leaves change, this warm weekend (which will be followed by cooler weather), college and pro football, and celebrations of the harvest. We’re also into Oktoberfest season, fall festivals, and many other events, which make this an amazing time to explore Wisconsin. Hit the highways – Pick Some Roads and GO!! We have some fun ways to hit the road and check the countryside, towns, cities, lakes, landscapes, landmarks, points of interest, attractions, waterways and more right here on StateTrunkTour.com.
It’s a beautiful month in Wisconsin: September. The weather is great, the leaves are starting to change (check out the Wisconsin Fall Color Report as things progress), and there are plenty of events around the state to check out as you roadtrip on the state’s highways. Let us show you some of the fun stuff along our state “trunk” roads. Click on a road for a tour of it, and we’re building out more info on attractions, points of interest, unique Wisconsin thingamabobbers, and more!
We hate to see summer go (though with the weather we may not have to for a little while yet) but this is a BEAUTIFUL time of year across Wisconsin – a perfect time to get out and explore the state. We hope you enjoyed great events over the holiday weekend. By the way, even though the leaves are still quite green out there, the Wisconsin Fall Color Report is ready and being updated daily and in full view along the left column on our website. Enjoy all of this and more while roadtripping on the state’s beautiful highways!
Well, August is winding down and we’re looking forward to a beautiful September across Wisconsin. The leaves aren’t changing yet, but they’ll be spectacular when they do! There’s plenty of great things to do and see when you roadtrip across the state. With Labor Day weekend approaching, we’ll see plenty of fun activities – and some unique ones, like the State Cow Chip Throw & Festival in Prairie du Sac. Find more great Events here!
So much is happening around Wisconsin, and we’re helping you check out the state – road by road, as we enjoy the last few weeks of true summer. Imbibe with Potosi Brewfest Saturday in beautiful Potosi in the state’s Driftless Area, indulge at Milwaukee Journal Sentinel A La Carte at Milwaukee County Zoo, or enjoy waterski competition at Footstock up in Crandon. Any way you slice it, beautiful sights, parks, and towns await across the state. Meanwhile, as we’re filling out tons of info on our new site, you can always check out our old platform here. Meanwhile, ENJOY the best of Wisconsin’s late summer!
Have you seen the reconfigured Harlan Plaza, 1919 Kitchen & Tap, and some of the other new changes at Lambeau Field? Definitely worth a trip as training camp breaks!
So much happens in Wisconsin in July, the weather is amazing, and we’re helping you check out the state – road by road! Packers training camp is underway, the weather’s going to be plenty warm, and beautiful sights, parks, and towns await. There’s certainly plenty to eat, with Brat Days in Sheboygan, Taste of Wisconsin in Kenosha, and even Cookie Daze for dessert in Ripon! We’re filling out tons of info on our new site, and you can always check out our old platform here. Meanwhile, ENJOY the best of a Wisconsin summer!
The Drive (West to East): Highway 19 begins along U.S. Highway 14 where Highway 78 turns off, just east of Mazomanie (pop. 1,578). It’s a good idea to start by checking out Mazomanie, a lovely little burg that was recently voted one of “America’s Coolest Small Towns” by Budget Travel magazine.
Highway 19’s start takes place right at a remarkable little sports bar called Rookies, which deserves its own little photo collage. Popular with baseball players, bikers, drivers and craft beer aficianados, Rookies is what most other sports bars strive to be. Memorabilia is here in incredible abundance. Check this out: