• Fall Color Map

    Fall Color Map

    Beginning mid-September and stretching through the end of October, the colors of autumn peak at varying times in the state. Use the fall travel peak season map and the current fall colors report to guide you toward the best time to take a Pure Michigan fall vacation. Sign up for your fall color updates .

  • Fall begins with a slow dance of turning leaves. The colors of autumn crescendo into a flurry of vibrant reds, oranges and yellows. When the 19 million acre woods explode in their annual blaze of glory, the fall colors of Pure Michigan invite you to take a fall vacation and soak it all in. To explore Pure Michigan's brilliant fall color tours, your journey begins here. Order your 2013 Fall Travel Guide.

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  • Fall Color Tours

    • Enjoy the Fall Colors
      Fall Color Tours

      Plan Your Autumn Vacation Destination to Michigan

      There's no better place to see the dynamic colors of autumns, a trillion trees aflame than along our highways and coastlines. Let's head out to the forests. Be prepared to be amazed on the fall color tours of Pure Michigan.

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    Harvest Time

    • Farms & Mills, Chris Arace
      Farms & Mills

      Grab Yourself a Little Piece of Pure Michigan

      Harvest time is when Mother Nature puts on a whole new wardrobe and we look at life in a whole new way. Fresh is in the air in the Michigan apple orchards. Fresh are the fruits and vegetables we pick ourselves. Fresh is the fun we have with our families on a visit to Michigan's farms and mills.

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    Art of Wine

    • Wine Trails, Chateau Chantal. Photo courtesy of Jeff Greenberg
      Wine and Beer Trails

      Plan an Autumn Vacation Along Our Six Wine Trails

      They meander through lush green valleys. They shadow the breathtaking Lake Michigan and Lake Huron shoreline. And they wind their way into inviting tasting rooms. Michigan's wine trails lead us to the vineyards and wineries where we can savor the award-winning efforts of world-class winemakers.

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    Paddling our Streams, Rivers and Lakes in the Fall

    • Stoney Creek Metro. Photo courtesy of Jeff Braun
      Fall Kayaking
      In the State of Michigan we're never more than six miles from an inland lake or river, and always within a quick drive of one of the four Great Lakes. Kayaking and canoeing in Michigan allow us to explore our state's fall colors. So let's pack up our gear and go.

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    The Thrill of the Hunt

    • Fall Hunting. Photo courtesy of Kim Burkey
      Head to the Woods
      Deer Season. Turkey Season. Bear Season. The calendar tells us when they begin, but outdoor temperatures trigger our instincts. Whether we're camouflaged in tree stands or following our dog's leads, thousands of acres of prime hunting grounds let us put our skills to the test.

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