Beautiful Michigan: Top Picturesque Locations For Fall

The leaves are changing, football is in full swing and school is back in full swing- it’s fall in Michigan.

To some, fall means hot cider and apple orchards, to others it means hiking trails in Northern Michigan. Whatever it means to you, you’re sure to see the beautiful shades of orange, red and yellow on the many trees across the state. So where are the best places in Michigan to capture the perfect fall images?

Here are some of our top picks:

The Covered Drive– This stretch of US-41 is known for its canopy trees covering the road. During the fall, the changing colors of the leaves form a beautiful backdrop for any picture.

Fayette State Park– Located in the Upper Peninsula off the coast of Lake Michigan, this park is a must-see in the fall. The area has several historic buildings and trails that capture various colorful views.

Kal Haven Trail– This 34-mile trail connects South Haven to Kalamazoo. The trail is filled with nature, small towns, historical sites, lakes and bridges. Walk, ride or hike through and you’re sure to capture an awesome picture (and memories too).

Yates Cider Mill– Yates Cider Mill takes you back in time. The cider mill itself has a historic look, perfect for capturing a fall picture. You can also venture down to the Riverwalk to capture the fall colors reflecting off the water. Enjoy an apple or a glass of warm cider while exploring the nature trails near the property.

Grand Island East Channel Light– Though this lighthouse is no longer in service, its old wooden exterior and charming look make it the perfect backdrop for a colorful fall picture.

Porcupine Mountain State Park– With trails spanning throughout the park, Porcupine Mountains are sure to show you some of the best fall colors in Michigan. To get the best views, take the chairlift up the mountain and capture the plethora of colors around you.

What is your favorite fall location to capture the most stunning photos? Share with us in the comments.

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Photo Credit: Jim Sorbie

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