Let's face it, we all go a little crazy for fall foliage as soon as the temperature starts to cool down. There is nothing like the brisk air, pumpkin spice everything, and the beautiful views of the leaves changing colors.
Oftentimes people don't know exactly where to go to get their leaf-peeping fix in. Luckily, Thrillist released a list of the best places in America to see all the fall colors and one Wisconsin area made the list.
So, where in Wisconsin can we find the best fall foliage?
According to the report, you can find the best fall colors in the state in Door County.
Here is what the report had to say about Door County:
"Door County has more than earned its reputation as "the Cape Cod of the Midwest," with all the lighthouses, languid beaches, and leaf-peeping you'd get from a Northeastern escape planted firmly on the shores of Lake Michigan. Headquarter yourself in Fish Creek or Ephraim and sip cherry wine at Door Peninsula & Distillery before embarking on your foliage tour. From there, hike and kayak your way through Peninsula State Park. Hit up the spectacle that is Newport National Park (during the day, it's an autumnal paradise; at night, the cosmos above make it abundantly clear why this was Wisconsin's first designated Dark Sky Park). And don't leave without photographing the scenic Cana Island Lighthouse amongst the foliage."
Click here to view the best spots in America for leaf-peeping.