September - November
Autumn is the most beautiful time of the year. With the leaves of our abundant hardwood trees maturing into rich colors of reds, yellows and oranges, enjoy your perfect hike through one of our many parks and hiking trails. During this season change, you will feel comfortable as the warm (sometimes humid) summer turns into the perfect days to walk around with a light coat on. Kids will be playing and the sound of birds will fade as they head south for the winter. Get ready to experience a temperate climate food explosion of the holidays, as the selection in local stores and restaurants returns to fresh apples, pumpkins, squash, cranberries, beans and wild rice, most of it grown in Wisconsin. There is no better time or place to enjoy festive meals than fall in Sheboygan County. We promise.
Fall Fishing Tips
What to Expect:
- Temperatures fluctuate between 60 and 80 degrees in September
- Leaves turning colors in late September - October
- Late October is the best time to make leaf piles and jump in them
- Beautiful days with chilly nights in October and November
- Lots of harvest-related celebrations and fresh foods such as apples, pumpkins, squash, rice and beans
- Nonstop political ads on local TV and Radio during late October/early November. Wisconsin is a swing state.
- First snow cover is likely to happen in November
- Deer hunting starts the 3rd week in November, expect work to be interrupted by this unofficial holiday
- A picturesque Thanksgiving with browns, oranges and yellows canvasing the landscape