Door County, Wisconsin
- Door County has one of the best fall foliage spots in the Midwest.
You can drive down Highway 57 or 42 to see all of it, with Lighthouses and European-styled buildings along the way.
- You should visit the Apple Orchards when you go to this County. Beide picking your own apples, you also get to choose from many apple-flavored food items, such as apple cider, homemade applesauce, apple jam, and apple cider donuts.
- Door County has many town shops where you can buy these delicacies immediately at “the door” as you’ll find many farmer’s markets, roadside stands, and even festivals dedicated to their local delights! There are also charming towns to visit throughout the area, where you can stop in for events, local art, and great food.
- Speaking of events, go to Sister Bay’s Fall Fest from October 16-18. You can visit their end-of-season outdoor party, where you can enjoy street foods, live music, local artist displays, a fall parade, and SO much more. Seriously, the best way to go into fall and get an authentic taste of midwestern fall culture, which this part of the U.S is known for!