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Laidback crisp fall days are still primetime for Michigan's Beachtowns. The 200-mile stretch of sandy Lake Michigan beaches offer relaxation among the brilliant fall color - catch up on your stone skipping, tackle a dune, then watch the most spectacular autumn sunset. Fall brings a harvest of orchards, berry patches and renowned farmers markets. Fairs and festivals celebrate the new season. So dig into the sand, because Michigan's Beachtowns are season-less.
Autumn brings a harvest of orchards and fall color at it's peak along the lakeshore. Discover treasures along the way, or pick up a bushel of crunchy apples.
Celebrate autumn in Grand Haven with a crisp walk on the beach, or enjoy an abundance of bountiful harvest from area farm markets and u-picks.
Visit the heart of the country's fruit belt and explore the natural beauty of Saugatuck and Douglas and the surrounding lakeshore area.
Fall marks the transition to cooler weather with vibrant colors everywhere, especially along our scenic roads and 60 miles of recreational trails.
Brilliant jewel colors turning forests to gold and fields to crimson with the crisp cool air at night, makes a perfect setting for autumn in Southwest Michigan.
Spend the morning on the dunes, the afternoon at a cook-off and finish your day in the village of Silver Lake. A perfect spot for a family vacation.
Outdoor lovers find miles of well-maintained trails to explore through scenic landscapes, stop along the way at U-Picks and farm markets, discover your slice of paradise in South Haven.
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