When I say Fall in Michigan is not be missed, I mean it! If you love vibrant colors, crisp morning air, ripe apples, and scenic car rides then Michigan is the place, and Fall is the time to experience it!
Here are 3 local recreational areas to experience Fall in Michigan.
- Belle Isle Conservatory – Detroit, MI. THE best place to view the color change in the City of Detroit is this 982-acre island park located in Detroit on the Detroit River. Open daily from 5 am to 10 pm. Share your photos with us on our Facebook page.
- Paint Creek Trail – Rochester Hills, MI. The oldest rail-trail in the State of Michigan is the next on the list of Fall favorites. Hike or simply stroll the trail through many different varieties of trees and wildlife. Don’t forget the camera!
- Bald Mountain Recreation Area – Lake Orion, MI. 4637 acres containing some of the steepest hills and most rugged terrain in southeastern Michigan. You will need a recreation pass to enter this park.
I also need to share a link to this great blog containing “10 Breathtaking Fall Color Drives to Experience this Season.”
Don’t forget to check out the orchards, pumpkin patches and cider mills in the area as well. Here’s a link to “Best Pumpkin Patches and Cider Mills in Metro Detroit.”
There are also some great events that happen in Michigan during the Fall. Here’s a blog containing events for September, October, and November – “Fall Michigan Festivals.”
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