It’s when autumn arrives in Michigan. And there’s no better place to see the dynamic colors of a trillion trees than along our highways, country roads and coastlines. So let’s head out to the forests. Let our fall colors report guide you toward the best time to take a Pure Michigan fall vacation.
Alpena – Gaylord – Mio
Michigan’s Sunrise Side greets fall color in late September, and the autumn hues usually linger until mid-October. This 200-mile route travels from Lake Huron’s shore to a stunning stand of virgin forest, with lots of opportunities for wildlife viewing along the way.
Detroit – Algonac – Lake Orion – Port Huron
Where better to begin a driving trip than in the Motor City? The home of the Motown Sound is the starting point for a 195-mile fall color route that skirts three waterways to the maritime city of Port Huron and rolls through historic Southeast Michigan towns with connections to three pop music stars. The month of October is prime for viewing autumn hues at a variety of parks and stopping to taste seasonal treats at cider mills along the way.
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Source: Fall Color Tours | Michigan