Observation towers are a great spot for breathtaking anytime scenic views but especially at fall. Enjoy the fall colors throughout Wisconsin. If you aren’t afraid of heights and not scared of a couple of steps, check out these fun adventures!
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- Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary
1660 East Shore Drive, Green Bay, Wisconsin
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- Columbia Park
N10340 Calumet Harbor Road, Malone, Wisconsin
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- Eagle Tower & Canopy Walk, Pennisula State Park
9462 Shore Rd, Fish Creek, Wisconsin
This is the only accessible and stroller-friendly observation tower around!
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- High Cliff State Park
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood, Wisconsin
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- Lakeside Park Lighthouse
555 North Park Avenue, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Lighthouse, Splash pad, Playground, Train & More! – Exploring At Lakeside Park in Fond du Lac
- Ledgeview Nature Center
W2348 Short Rd, Chilton, Wisconsin
Exploring in Chilton – Nature Center, Caves, Woods Park, & Ice Cream!
- Mountain Park
1403 Mountain Rd, Washington Island (Door County), Wisconsin
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- Parnell Tower, Kettle Moraine State Forest
W7876 County Highway U, Plymouth, Wisconsin
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- Potawatomi State Park
3740 County Highway PD, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Set Up Camp at Potawatomi State Park in Door County
- Rib Mountain State Park
4200 Park Road, Wausau, Wisconsin
Wisconsin Fall Colors Spectacular: Family Road Trip to Rib Mountain State Park & Granite Peak Scenic Chairlift Rides
- Sheboygan Marsh Park & Wildlife Area
W7039 County Road, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
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If you’re looking for another great set of observation towers that are well worth the drive, check out the North and South Observation Towers at Blue Mound State Park!