Wisconsin offers an abundance of leaf peeping opportunities amongst the state’s forests, making our beautiful Heartwood Conference Center the perfect fall getaway spot. In the heart of Trego, WI, amongst the pristine Northwoods.
Fall around Trego, WI
Color flows through Wisconsin from north to south, typically starting in mid-September and ending in October. Follow the progression as the chlorophyll disappears from leaves to reveal magical hues of deep red, golden yellow and blazing orange. Get the whole family in the car for a scenic drive through the fall foliage, and a front-row seat to Nature’s annual colorful masterpiece. From urban parks to picturesque country roads, Wisconsin features numerous color-spotting occasions throughout the fall season. Bring your camera to capture these unique Trego, WI, landscapes.
Stone Lake Cranberry Festival
Fall Foliage is peaking throughout Wisconsin, which means harvest festivals are also coming into full swing. In 1978, five women came up with the idea to celebrate the harvest of cranberries by organizing a festival, in hopes that this would also boost business before the long winter months ahead. The first festival drew a hundred people and has now grown into one of the most popular festivals in Northwest Wisconsin, drawing over thirty thousand people every year. All proceeds from the festival are now donated to non-profit youth programs and other non-profit organizations in the community. We invite you to come to celebrate autumn at the 40th Annual Stone Lake Cranberry Festival in beautiful Northwest Wisconsin. Come out on the first Saturday in October to find treasures from local vendors, artisans and crafters, and of course to indulge some festival foods.
Come to see the fall leaves before fall leaves, book your stay at our Heartwood Conference Center, today and enjoy autumn amongst beautiful fall foliage and celebrate the harvest festivals around Trego, WI.