When it comes to fall color, no state does it better than Michigan. There’s something very special about leaves as they change from green, to orange, red and yellow. The best part? No matter where you live in Michigan, you’ll never have to travel far to be amazed by the changing fall colors.
What better way to explore these colors all over Michigan than through a color tour? Color tours throughout Michigan have become increasingly popular over the past few years. Whether you drive up M-25 to the thumb or head east on M-32 towards Thunder Bay, you’ll run into farmers markets, cider mills, wineries and local shops that dot the scenery. Visit www.michigan.org/fall-color-tours to find the perfect route for you!
Some of the most scenic landmarks around Michigan where you can enjoy spectacular colors include:
- River Road National Scenic Byway
- Hartwick Pines State Park
- The “Tunnel of Trees” on M-119 from Harbor Springs to Cross Village
- Pinckney Recreation Area
- Oakland County's Independence Oaks County Park
- Warren Dunes State Park
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