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Michigan Fall Bucket List: FUN Things to DO in Michigan Must-Do Michigan Fall Activities There’s nothing quite like Michigan in fall. In fact, we’ll let you in on a little …
It’s Fall in Michigan – and we’re just as excited as you are.
The reason is simple, but let’s keep it quiet: because as much as we LOVE our Michigan beaches, we LOVE fall in Michigan even more.
You’ve heard about the amazing fall color show in Michigan, right?
Sure, Michigan summers are amazing (we’re home to some of the best beaches in the world, after all), but at the end of the season, there’s always something wonderful waiting around the corner.
In Michigan, that thing is fall.
Once the autumn season hits, the entire state lights up in a blaze of stunning color. What’s more, everywhere you look there seems to be something fun to do in the fall.
We’ve got some great news: The 2022 Michigan Peak Fall Color Season is extended this year…giving us all a bigger window for the Michigan leaf-peeping season!
From the upper peninsula to the lower peninsula; from Lake Michigan to Lake Huron and Lake Superior to Lake Erie, the changing colors of the leaves throughout the state are truly magnificent.
Michigan comes alive in the fall, and the dramatic color change of the foliage lights up the state. It’s the perfect time for a fall color road trip or even a day trip.
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Discover the scenic Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and explore all of the popular tourist attractions along this dramatic Lake Superior Shoreline. Miners falls, Chapel Rocks, Grand Sable Beach and Sable Falls and Hurricane River.
There’s nothing quite like wintertime in Michigan, when the frozen lakes and fresh snowfall turn the whole state into a sparkling winter wonderland.
Along the Great Lakes coastlines, the icy-blue water rolls onto the shores and piles up to create naturally-spectacular scenery that is both breathtaking and other-worldly.
The rolling hills and forests are also softly blanketed in snow and make a giant winter playground for kids and adults alike.
Winter is a great time to travel Michigan, exploring some favorite places, and discovering new