In the land of four seasons, many look forward to the vibrant colors and cooler temperatures the fall season lends. Take time to enjoy the change of season in one of these spectacular Midwest locations.
Located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, visitors enjoy the area’s forests, waterfalls, and, of course, changing leaves. The vibrant hues of orange and red can be seen for miles, often times forming colorful tunnels over winding roads.
In Custer State Park, you can explore by bicycle, foot, horse, motorcycle, car, and tour bus. Enjoy Needles Highway, winding through miles of scenic views and stop for a 1-mile hike around Sylvan Lake.
Lake Geneva, WI
If you love to be on the water, viewing the colors of fall from Geneva Lake is something to behold. Palatial homes sparkle amidst the leaves. Or, for landlovers, stroll a portion of the 21-mile lakeshore path encompassing the lake.
Outdoor enthusiasts love Hocking Hills State Park, near Logan, just an hour north of Columbus. Climbing, caving, kayaking, and ziplining are just some of the adventures you can take delight in while being engulfed by majestic fall hues.
Minnesota’s North Shore along Lake Superior offers visitors an expansive, rugged coastline. Traveling north from Duluth, following the North Shore Scenic Drive, you will view forests, rivers, and waterfalls as you wind along the lake. Stop off at one of the many vista points and hike along the way.
Don’t miss out on the beauty of the season, fall in love with the colors.