Fall in Love
With Door County's
Vibrant Autumn Colors
Celebrate fall in Door County
Autumn in Door County is the time to truly relax and unwind. The hustle and bustling of summer is cooling down along with the weather and the natural, quiet beauty of the peninsula once again takes over.
Take to the trails with your hiking boots or a mountain bike to see the best of the fall colors while still enjoying some of the best food, shopping and live performances in the state.
Embrace the vibrant colors and flavors of fall
With its climate, scenery and vast open public space, Door County boasts some of the best fall color foliage in the Midwest. Whether you are camping in the brisk weather of one of the five state parks or taking a stroll through the dozens of nature preserves, see fall colors like you have never seen before. Get started with our guide to the best fall color drives.
While the high energy of Door County’s summer might be fading away, the festivals do not. In fact, our biggest festivals come in October. Whether it’s a celebration of the harvest, the fall colors or just the end of the summer season, Door County has it all.
After the cherry harvest is over, taste Door County’s other favorite fruit and pick your own apples throughout the county. Bring them home and enjoy the naturally sweet treat alone or in an apple crisp, on a juicy pork chop or blended into a tasty apple sauce.
The kids are back in school and the late night summer parties are over, making fall the best time to spend a romantic weekend with your significant other. Continue to enjoy the best of Door County’s food scene while relaxing at one of the many spas in the area.
|September||71° / 51°||6:11a||7:27p|
|October||56° / 39°||6:47a||6:30p|
|November||46° / 34°||7:27a||5:38p|