If you’re looking for fun family activities and attractions, consider going to the Earl Park Fall Festival. This annual event, started in 1972, brings the community together through music, sports, food, and games. Regardless of your age, you’re sure to find something fun to do in Earl Park this fall.

Strong Falls

If you’re planning a picnic, picnicking, or camping trip, Strong Falls in Earl Park is a great destination. This beautiful falls is located along the Peshtigo River. It’s an easy, accessible destination that features a playground and picnic area. Camping is also available, and there’s a rest room in the park.

The falls can be viewed from a footbridge or by hiking the trail upstream. There are many interesting views along the way. You can even clamber on the rocks for different views. There’s no fencing or railing, so you can really enjoy the natural beauty. But be aware that there are steep parts of the trail.

For a shorter hike, you can head up the road to Hatchery Falls, which is located on state land. You can also hike down to the paved path by crossing an old logging road. Take care when crossing the stream as there are trail cameras in the area. This is a popular destination, so make sure to plan a trip accordingly.

Another good spot for waterfall hiking is Veterans Memorial Park. There is a self-serve entrance fee of $5. While the trail is rocky, the water is clear and the setting is magical. You can swim in the water. There is a nice log cabin in the park as well, which is a nice touch.

You can also walk to Strong Falls in Earl Park by following the logging road trail, which winds through the woods. This trail will take you to a small turn-around loop, where you can see a wide gorge. After you reach this waterfall, you’ll need to cross the stream to get a better view. Be prepared to cross slippery rocks and a swift stream. It’s a bit difficult, but it’s well worth it.

For a more thrilling experience, visit Strong Falls in Earl Park during the fall. The falls are beautiful, and the fall colors are gorgeous. During this time of year, the falls become a favorite spot for families. The falls are also a great place for picnics. A few picnic tables are nearby.

Nearby Governor Earl Peshtigo River State Forest is another great choice for a getaway. This park is a natural oasis. Located less than two hours from Appleton, the Peshtigo River State Forest is a beautiful place to relax and explore. It is also home to 26 of Wisconsin’s Awesome State Parks.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing hike or a more challenging one, you’re sure to be impressed by the scenery of this park. Near the waterfall, you can also hike to the rapids on the Peshtigo River. The Peshtigo River State Forest is located between County Road “C” and the Peshtigo River. Conklin Lane joins County Road “C” on the west. The park is 0.1 mile north of the road and 0.2 miles south of it.

Strong Falls is accessible from the park’s Hidden Gem Trail and Pine View Trail. Both trails are 1.0 miles long. The Otter Trail is also an option. These trails are easy to access and can be completed in a single day. The park is a great place to explore for families. With a little bit of research, you’re sure to have a great experience.

Dave Falls

The second season of Dave Falls in Earl Park will be premiering on January 27, 2016. After the Season One finale, the cast returns to the small screen with a new storyline. The main character, Earl, is still on his list and hopes to complete it by the season’s end. But in the Season One finale, he finds out that someone stole his money and he is afflicted with bad karma. To solve his problem, he confesses to everything he has done. Then, he is sentenced to two years in a state penitentiary.

For visitors who want to get closer to nature, Dave’s Falls is a good choice. This waterfall is located about 70 miles north of Green Bay along the Pike River. The area is easily accessible, quiet during winter months, and offers scenic views of the Pike River. There are no railings or fences here, so you can safely enjoy the view while taking in the scenery.

Dave was an avid NASCAR fan. He also enjoyed the Hill Climb in New Port and attended the Fall festival there. He loved camping with his family, and he never missed an opportunity to spend time with his family in the fall. Often, he showed up to the campsite when the food was ready. He also belonged to the Fowler Am Vets.