Michigan's best time for viewing fall foliage
Peak fall foliage in southeast Michigan will be here before you know it.
Driving the news: In Metro Detroit, our fall foliage will peak in the first three weeks of October, per travel brand SmokyMountains.com.
- The entire state will be past its pinnacle by Oct. 23.
Some of the best places to view fall foliage in Michigan are up north:
- Tahquamenon Falls State Park, encompassing nearly 50,000 acres in the Upper Peninsula, has waterfalls and trails to complement the changing leaves.
- The Porcupine Mountains, also in the U.P., are surrounded by trails with sugar maples, yellow birch and other trees that offer a nice backdrop.
- South of Flint is Seven Lakes State Park in Holly, which made the state's list of fall-color destinations.
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