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Where to Explore Fall Foliage in Michigan

by Holly Riddle

Oct 3, 2022

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The peak fall foliage for Michigan typically lasts all through the month of October, with a shortened fall foliage season in the Upper Peninsula, but nearly month-long fall colors elsewhere. For some of the best (and most convenient) spots to take in the fall foliage, head to Grand Rapids and the surrounding areas, where leaf peeping and spectacular scenery lie within easy reach of the city center.

 

 

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Top spots to see the colors include:

 

 

This 57-acre park encompasses a large arboretum with hundreds of trees, as well as 15 miles of non-motorized trails. As you share your fall foliage pics on your favorite social accounts, make sure to use #MiAdaTrails.

 

You may be more familiar with Millennium Park in Chicago, but Millennium Park in nearby Walker is worth a visit if you haven’t explored it previously. The park offers shoreline and more than 1,000 acres and paved trails, so you can combine your fall colors with gorgeous urban waterfront.

 

 

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This venue, overseen by Calvin University, is filled with native plants and natural habitats spread across more than 100 acres. Along walking trails, spot trees that are centuries old, the smallest plant in the world (the watermeal) and more than 200 animal species.

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