Catching the Color
how to maximize the beauty of our area’s trees
Highway 12 East of Eau Claire to Augusta
Highway 93 South of Eau Claire to LaCrosse
Highway 37 Southwest of Eau Claire to Mondovi
Highway 85 Southwest of Eau Claire to Durand
Highway 178 North of Chippewa Falls to Cornell
Highway 29 East of Menomonie to Chippewa Falls
Highway 25 South of Menomonie to Durand
For the Outdoor Enthusiast(s)
Chippewa River Trail
Follows the Chippewa River
Red Cedar State Trail
Follows the Red River
Grandad’s Bluff, LaCrosse
Grandad’s is the largest bluff in LaCrosse. It is surrounded by forest and several walking trails.
This 134-acre park is a favorite of Eau Claire residents. It is also a great place to have lunch and take a stroll.
With 75-acres, Fairfax park has plenty of walking trails to take advantage of.
Mt. Simon Park
At 49 acres, located on Dell’s Pond, Mt. Simon Park also has a boat dock so visitors can view the fall colors from the water.
Located on the Chippewa River, this 33-acre park has a large boat landing for fall color viewing from the water.
Rod and Gun Park
This 36-acre park is relatively small, but its series of ponds and streams make a beautiful addition to the backdrop of fall colors.
LL Phillips County Park
This 76-acre park has a walking trail complete with a beautiful lake and creek.