Cranberry Highway

Early September – Most of October

Curling past fields and farms, creeks and clouds, waterfowl and other wonders, the Cranberry Highway reveals some of the best fall color you’ll see: the red sea of cranberries coupled with the blazing yellows and oranges of fall leaves. This self-guided drive stretches for almost 50 miles along century-old cranberry beds from Wisconsin Rapids to Warrens, and between Pittsville and Nekoosa. Along the way, you’ll find Wisconsin’s Sandhill Wildlife Area and the Warrens’ Cranberry Discovery Center. Create your own fall harvest experience while uncovering this unique Wisconsin industry.