Autumn has arrived. Time to get out the long sleeves. Time to set off on a color adventure. Michigan's diverse fall destinations offer outdoor enthusiasts, couples and adventure seekers a chance to see the dynamic colors of a trillion trees along our highways, country roads and coastlines. Indoor enthusiasts check out the Museum's, art galleries and shopping. Experience a craft beer at various local breweries or an autumn visit to the wine harvest. So grab your friends, choose your destination and plan your own fall color adventure.
The destinations of Bay City, Birch Run, Chesaning, Frankenmuth, Midland and Saginaw are ready and waiting for you to choose how you'll Go Great.
Autumn in Traverse City adds color to the hills and is a time of crisp clear mornings, mellow golden afternoons and cool, lingering evenings.
Mackinac Island takes you back to a simpler era of grace and leisure. Set sail for picturesque Mackinac Island for a truly special escape.
Discover America’s Greatest History Attraction. 300 years of history makes the Henry Ford the #1 Michigan cultural vacation destination.
Where art challenges the mind and trying a new taste is always on the menu, Ann Arbor does it up different.
Grand Rapids is the most vibrant downtown between Chicago and Cleveland with easy access to Lake Michigan's Gold Coast of beaches.
Charlevoix is the “up north” vacation you remember. Relax on unspoiled beaches on Lake Charlevoix and Lake Michigan or view the clear blue water aboard a friendly chartered cruise.
Michigan’s Top of the World, Keweenaw Peninsula is your personal lookout to adventure. Watch spectacular Northern Lights or kayak the superior waters.
Bike miles of scenic recreational trails. Spend time in the open air on 26 miles of sugar sand beaches of Lake Michigan. Feel the lake effect in Muskegon County.
Wiggle your toes in our warm, soft sands. Play our lush golf courses. Ride a hand-carved carousel horse on the bluff. Fun starts in Southwest Michigan!
The Escanaba Area is where the journey is the destination. Raft across a freshwater spring, discover over 200 miles of shoreline and play in the outdoor paradise of fresh water bays and four season trails.
As the beach crowds dissipate, the sands cool and the pace slows, autumn transforms South Haven into a magical place of scenic fall splendor.
Known as Michigan's Alpine Village, experience Gaylord's Alpine themed shopping district offering visitors a multitude of Downtown Shopping experiences.
Nowhere is the combination of big city energy and small town feel more evident than in Kalamazoo. Take your time and play a while.
Welcome to Manistee County, home of Lake Michigan beaches, the Manistee River, the Manistee National Forest and the Manistee Northpier Lighthouse.
Fuji, Honeycrisp, McIntosh. By any name, delicious. Taste fall--crunch into a crisp Michigan apple.
Frankenmuth, Michigan's Little Bavaria, welcomes visitors with Bavarian hospitality. Be sure to visit Bronner's, the world's largest Christmas store.
Detroit's unique collection of attractions, found nowhere else in the world, great sports and vibrant downtown add up to days and nights of fun and excitement.
Mount Bohemia is an 1,100 acre resort for the outdoor enthusiasts who love being active and the only all-inclusive resort in the Upper Peninsula.
The gateway to the Upper Peninsula across the mighty Mackinac Bridge, come to St. Ignace for the beach and waterfront right downtown.
The Gateway to the Inland Waterway, Cheboygan is your pure passage to summer fun. It's picturesque and a one of a kind boat trip, the way it's meant to be!
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