Michigan puts on a spectacular show in the fall, offering up a kaleidoscope of blazing colors.

5 Amazing Places to See Fall Colors in Michigan

Vibrant reds and yellows contrast against bright blue water and dramatic cliff lines.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

"The best ways to experience the lakeshore’s fall colors are by taking a scenic drive, jumping on an organized boat tour, or doing your own kayaking trip." Brittany Varano

This 50 minute drive is a narrow and winding road lined with colorful trees.

Tunnel of Trees Scenic Heritage Route

"Otherwise known as M-119 state road, this 20-mile scenic route begins near Cross Village and ends in Harbor Springs, opening up to tall bluffs above Lake Michigan." Brittany Varano

The old-growth pines and hardwoods of this park create a delightful contrast in the fall.

Hartwick Pines State Park

"It’s also possible to see an old logging hut at the Hartwick Pines Logging Museum, a landmark that commemorates the state’s logging history." Brittany Varano

Hike past epic Michigan fall foliage and huge waterfalls.

Tahquamenon Falls State Park

"Tucked far north in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, this state park features 50,000 acres of untouched woodlands and one of the tallest waterfalls in the Midwest." Brittany Varano

Take in fall at a historic destination filled with cobblestone streets and stunning architecture.

Mackinac Island

"On Lake Huron, this island getaway is located between Michigan's upper and lower regions, and it's not uncommon to see horse-drawn carriages traveling through town." Brittany Varano