Experience the season in a whole new light with a fall getaway to Pure Michigan. From tranquil waterfall hikes to scenic color drives and every cider mill and wine tasting in between, see why when fall makes its return, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Tap a location below to learn more.
Dense forest, rugged shorelines and breathtaking vistas make Copper Harbor a must for the fall color fan. For a scenic drive, check out U.S. 41 right outside of town.
Hiking is in order within the 60,000-acre Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park where you can explore Lake of the Clouds and over a hundred waterfalls.
Take a kayak tour or water cruise to experience one of Michigan’s greatest natural wonders in a spectacular fall setting.
Sault Ste. Marie
From the historic Soo Locks to nearby Tahquamenon Falls and Whitefish Point, the vibrant colors of the season shine in Michigan’s first city.
With 25 miles of sugar sand beaches and one of the most scenic rivers to paddle in Michigan, Manistee offers a unique fall experience.
Golfing, touring wineries and dining at some of the most award-winning restaurants in Michigan add color to any fall adventure.
The drive along Little Traverse Bay is worth the fall trip alone. In town, the Historic Gaslight District is home to some amazing shopping.
Fall beauty collides with shipwrecks in Alpena. Explore Rockport State Park then make your way to the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center.
Find your way to a Kent Harvest Trails orchard, farm or corn maze for some classic fall fun before indulging in some of the best beers of the season.
Experience where the colors of the season meet the water at Bay City State Recreation Area or visit Riverwalk Pier for a leisurely stroll.
The 200-mile stretch of sandy Lake Michigan beaches and the towns that call them home make the perfect setting for an unforgettable fall getaway.
From scenic color tours to the Cranes, Colors and Cabernet Festival, a fall trip to Jackson offers endless possibilities for you to enjoy the season.