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.
Discover America’s Greatest History Attraction. 300 years of history makes the Henry Ford the #1 Michigan cultural vacation destination.
Autumn in Traverse City adds color to the hills and is a time of crisp clear mornings, mellow golden afternoons and cool, lingering evenings.
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.
The gateway to the Upper Peninsula across the mighty Mackinac Bridge, come to St. Ignace for over 100 miles of snowmobile trails in Mackinac County.
Find and explore info about Michigan's 51 ski areas, over 260 chairlifts, 1,000 runs and 40 terrain parks with specials and deals.
Mt. Pleasant, the sweet center of Michigan is your entertainment destination. Gaming, concerts, sports, outdoor fun and more.
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.
Gaylord, Michigan has dibs on the sweetest snowmobiling in the state. Dead center in the tip of the mitt means lake-effect snowfall all winter long.
Muskegon County offers exciting annual events and outdoor sports facilities for the outdoor enthusiasts, especially a publicly accessible luge track.
Michigan’s Top of the World, Keweenaw Peninsula. Experience a quiet, breathtaking view or feel the adrenaline rush on a wicked trail.
In Manistee County find yourself on our winter trails, in our historic town and villages and immerse yourself in the peace of UpNorth life.
Frankenmuth, Michigan's Little Bavaria, welcomes visitors with Bavarian hospitality. Be sure to visit Bronner's, the world's largest Christmas store.
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