Out and About

Out and About

Fall colors provide a stunning backdrop for fall fun. Pedal the beautiful Wiouwash State Trail or take a beautiful fall drive. Take in autumn on one of seven local golf courses. Enjoy recreation and relaxation at the nearly 450 acres of parks and natural spaces across Oshkosh. However you explore the great outdoors this fall, you’ll find a fun way to do it in Oshkosh.

Wiouwash State Trail

One of the best places to enjoy fall in Oshkosh is the Wiouwash State Trail. The trail links urban pathways with picturesque countryside beyond. The Wiouwash Trail is a state recreation trail on a historic railroad route that travels north and west of Oshkosh. The trail has a crushed limestone surface suitable for biking, running and walking. It’s a pleasant place to admire fall foliage. Learn more.

Golf Courses

With its abundance of beautiful and convenient courses and comfortable hotels and tasty restaurants, Oshkosh is a great golfing destination. Oshkosh is home to golf courses offering impressive fall scenery, well-stocked pro shops and full service bars and restaurants. Disc golfers also can find a nice selection of courses that provide fun for people new to the sport as well as seasoned players looking for a challenge. Learn more.

Oshkosh Parks

The Oshkosh area is filled with parks that come alive with color in the fall. Residents and visitors have enjoyed the area’s beloved parkland for more than a century and the tradition continues today. These parks are ideal for fall fun, including birdwatching, hiking, biking and fishing. Explore walking paths, enjoy plentiful recreational facilities and take in beautifully landscaped green spaces. Learn more.

Auto Tours

The Oshkosh area is home to scenic driving routes that come alive with fall color. Just outside Oshkosh, Highway 45 and County Road A offer unforgettable fall scenery. Both are a part of the Yellowstone Trail, the first transcontinental automobile highway in the northern United States. Taking Highway 45 south, enjoy fall beauty along Lake Winnebago. Heading north, take County Road A–it also features Lake Winnebago vistas. Learn more.

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