If you are looking for
Michigan fall colors
,the State of Michigan is arguably one of the best places to view the awesome
Michigan fall colors of Aspens, Maples, Oaks, and Birch trees. The brilliant
display begins in the Western Upper Peninsula around mid
September. The Copper Harbor
route is a favorite of many as it takes you
through the towns of Hancock and Houghton. The
Michigan Fall Color
display can change at
different times throughout the state with the Southern portion
of the state to change last.
Also, the trees around the Great Lakes change
later. The exact time and intensity of the color change varies by
season and is affected by temperature and moisture.
The views throughout the Michigan region are
breathtaking and are reinforced when the sun is glistening on
the horizon. The Petoskey and Charlevoix
area is very popular with tourists
and native Michiganders. The views are extraordinary and the
quaint towns of Petoskey and Charlevoix have much to offer. You
must reserve your lodging early because rooms are routinely
If you live in the Southern part of the State and do not want
to drive to the North, try the
South East Michigan
fall color tour in mid October. While not as
brilliant as the North, it has plenty to offer and the trees
will not disappoint you. Try to pick a sunny day when you do
go on your Michigan Fall Color Tour and you will be glad you went.
Autumn in Michigan is beautiful with many Michigan Bed and
Breakfast to visit!