Fall is one of our favorite seasons at our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast, and one look around will tell you why. Mother Nature’s vibrant display of foliage is impressive, especially when you take a scenic drive through the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Of course, scenic drives aren’t the only way to enjoy the Kettle Moraine State Forest this fall – you can also enjoy hiking and biking in the area.
All this and more is at your fingertips when you stay with us at our romantic Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast. We’re a short drive north of Milwaukee and easy to get to for a romantic weekend with your sweetheart – but, more importantly, we offer a perfectly curated romantic retreat that you can’t find anywhere else. It’s no wonder we’ve been rated as one of the best places to stay in Wisconsin!
With a range of comfortable guest rooms, plenty of high-end amenities, delightful gourmet breakfast each morning of your stay, and a newly enhanced spa experience, what’s not to love about a stay at our romantic Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast? Enjoy our beautiful natural surroundings this fall, and treat yourself to the getaway you deserve. Book your room today!
Scenic Drive in the Kettle Moraine State Forest
There are many ways to enjoy the vibrant beauty of the Kettle Moraine State Forest in the fall, but taking a scenic drive through the area should be at the top of your list. Of course, depending on how much time you have to dedicate to this area, there are plenty of great hikes to take in the area, and we also have E-bikes that you can rent as you enjoy a crisp fall afternoon in the forest.
Though there is a Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive that traverses six different counties in Wisconsin over 115 beautiful miles, guests staying with us typically concentrate their time in the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. The northern unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest was the first part of this Wisconsin park and is the largest. Though there are plenty of biking and hiking trails and lakes to go boating on, we love simply driving through this forested paradise.
In total, the northern unit of the Kettle Moraine Forest encompasses 30,000 acres of rolling hills, forest, and prairies. The park’s unique geography as it exists today is a remnant of the last glacial ice age and how it moved through the area. The winding roads of the forest are beautiful, but the area’s highlights include the Henry S. Reuss Ice Age Interpretive Center, Parnell Tower, and the Ice Age National Trail.
7 More things to do in Wisconsin This Fall
- While in the Kettle Moraine State Forest, take the time to get out and hike to the top of the Parnell Tower. At 60 feet tall, the Parnell Tower is the highest point in the Kettle Moraine State Forest and offers a commanding view of the woods below and the surrounding farmland.
- There are even more great hiking trails throughout the area, which give you the perfect opportunity to enjoy the magical beauty of Wisconsin fall colors all around you!
- Biking is also a great way to explore the beauty of the Kettle Moraine State Forest in the fall. We have e-bikes at our Wisconsin Inn that you’re welcome to rent for the day and our preferred routes in the area.
- Seeing Wisconsin fall colors from the water is an exceptional experience. Some lakes in the Kettle Moraine State Forest are suitable for kayaking and paddling, and rentals are available.
- Fall is also a fantastic time to witness the fall bird migration at the Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. Birds aren’t all you’ll enjoy here, though, as the marshy areas and its wooded surroundings also take on the beautiful, golden hues of fall.
- Head across the street from our Inn and enjoy the Shalom Wildlife Zoo.
- Head to the charming town of Cedarburg, where there are regular festivals, great shopping, wine tasting, and much more. It’s a great place to spend a fall afternoon!
Last but certainly not least is our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast. Our wooded property is ideally situated for you to enjoy the best of fall in Wisconsin. Don’t wait until we’re fully booked – plan some time just for you this fall. Book a room at our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast today!