Fall in Michigan

Autumn in Michigan is in full swing. Adventures await you. Let's go, do, see...

Fall colors will be on display at events such as Mount Bohemia Trail Running Festival in Lac La Belle, Haunted Lighthouse Weekend in East Tawas, the Wine and Cheese Color Tour in Gaylord, and the 8th Annual M-60 Corn Maze in Union City. Explore Upper Peninsula Mining History, Take A Colorful Train Tour, or sample some of Michigan’s Best Fall Beers. Take advantage of lodging deals for romantic getaways or bed & breakfast spots to enjoy the allure of autumn in Michigan. You’re just one click away from this week’s fall color report. >MORE

With fall officially here, families may be itching to take a road trip to see the colors and enjoy the comfortable weather. A trip to the Lake Michigan resort town of Ludington, Mich., fits the bill with autumn events like a modified Octoberfest and Happy Hour History Hunt plus new attractions like an Armistice Day Anniversary exhibit at the Port of Ludington Maritime Museum and two exhibits at Historic White Pine Village.  >MORE

Find inspiration for your visit on the open road – from scenic routes to rugged trails. From the sand covered to the well-traveled. They lead us to the beauty of nature and the beauty of simple pleasures. The open road is alive and well and waiting to take us through the state. Whether you are an urban adventurer or an outdoor enthusiast, a foodie, or a thrill-seeker, traveling with your family or making memories with friends – you are on the brink of planning a great extended weekend so unique, that it can only be classified as Pure Michigan! This state is widely known as the center of the U.S. automotive industry, which developed as a major economic force in the early 20th century. It is home to the country’s three major automobile companies (whose headquarters are all within the Detroit metropolitan area). >MORE

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A Natural Retreat Get-A-Way

Fall or Winter is not normally a season that most people would think to head out on a family vacation, however we are not your typical normal family. Yes, the leaves have changed colors; farmers have the crops harvested, and the decorated pumpkins on bails of hay in our neck of the woods was an amazing site, but we all …

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