Fall is a glorious time for “leaf peepers” and this Fall will be no exception to the kaleidoscopic color display in North America’s deciduous forests. Most RVers know of the color show of the New England States and the upper Midwest. But the state of Michigan would like to remind you especially of the color show that awaits you when you visit the state when the colors begin to turn, which kicks off around mid-October.
Michigan’s motto is, “If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you.” In this day and age, it can also be interpreted as, “If you seek a pleasant drive, pick a road near you.” With 111 designated Natural Beauty Roads, 20 National Byways and more than 212 miles of twists, turns and celebrated scenery, Michigan is abundant in breathtaking drives, especially when the countryside is ablaze with fall foliage fireworks.
So if you plan to be in – or passing through – Michigan this Autumn, check out Michigan’s Fanatastic Fall Scenic drives on the Pure Michigan blog, Michigan’s Official Travel and Tourism Blog.