A Guide to Fall in Dubuque
Fall is best accompanied by changing colors, crisp weather, orchards, and pumpkin patches. Looking to get away this season? Look no further than #WhereIowaStarted.
Fall in Dubuque
Take a look through some of this season’s road trip, passport, places to explore…and more!
Fall & Winter Adventure Guide
This double issue features Fall adventures on one side with more to discover when you flip it over for the Winter issue.
Road Trip to Three States in One Day
Looking to explore the areas around Dubuque and #WhereIowaStarted? How about a jam-packed road trip with stops in three states in just one day? Do as much or as little of this itinerary as you can and snap photos along the way tagging @traveldubuque and #WhereIowaStarted.
9 Places to Experience Fall in Dubuque
Dubuque is blessed to have limestone bluffs that go on for miles and in the fall, these vistas turn every vibrant shade of autumn imaginable. Peak color usually takes place the weekend closest to October 10. Stroll through Iowa’s longest-running Farmers’ Market, go pumpkin pickin’ at local farms, sip on a pumpkin spice latte, brew, or glass of wine.
Fall in Love With Dubuque
Hi! My name is Kelli and we are a local Minnesota family adventuring around with littles. Let me help you plan your own family weekend and enjoy all the classic fall activities, including a local pumpkin patch, apple orchard, shopping at the farmers’ market, and catching colorful views of #WhereIowaStarted.
Fall Weekend Guide for Couples
Fall Weekend Guide for Families
Fall Weekend Guide for Friends
Places to experience the changing colors.
While there are many places to take in fall colors, these are a few you won’t want to miss.
More to explore.
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Your questions answered.
Fall peak color is typically the weekend closest to October 10.
Great question! The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has compiled a list of tree colors here.
This article has a list of various places to visit throughout the fall season.