This time of year, there's one word to describe Michigan:
There are millions of acres of forests and miles of Great Lakes shoreline that beckon in the Great Lakes State, where Autumn splendor abounds.
From early September in the Upper Peninsula, fall foliage in Michigan may last for weeks until late October as you head downstate. Or, how about combining fall color with a day out visiting Michigan wineries?
Wherever you go in fall, Michigan is cool like that.
Michigan Fall Color Tours- Check out Michigan.org's great guide to scenic driving tours, peak foliage map, apple & pumpkin picking farms, cider mills & harvest festivals, and offering a free fall color newsletter.
Up North Color Tour - Check out updated fall foliage reports for the Upper and Lower Northern Peninsula with stunning photos, links to other Michigan area foliage reports.
Detroit Fall Foliage on CitySearch - A look at Bell Isle Park, plus suggested day trips away from the city for spectacular fall foliage viewing at Kensington Metropark, Cranbrook Grounds, Nichols Arboretum.