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Experience Michigan’s fall colors in Tahquamenon Country

Don’t miss out on the breathtaking Michigan Fall Color in Tahquamenon Country! Visit today to see beautiful landmarks covered in colorful leaves.

Your eyes will be dazzled by the magnificent canvas of Michigan’s fall colors created by the climate and changing leaves. Visit the many places of beauty during your Upper Peninsula fall color tour. View the dramatic hues unfolding around Tahquamenon Country. 

Where to tour Michigan’s fall colors

Guests flock to many of our great attractions and towns during the fall, especially Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Upper Tahquamenon Falls and Paradise. While here, you’ll be in awe over the crimson reds, purples, and brilliant orange and yellow leaves that canopy our beautiful landmarks each fall. 

When is the best time to see fall colors in the Upper Peninsula?

U.P. Fall colors vary each year, and we encourage you to keep up with the Newberry Fall Color Tour so you can see the breathtaking colors for yourself at just the right time. 

Experience Fall sled dog adventures

Enjoy Tahquamenon Country Fall color tours via sled dog team! Hold the puppies, tour the kennel and join owners Ed & Tasha Stielstra on a training run along the colorful trails. You'll ride in their comfortable, 3-passenger, side-by-side off-road vehicle. Their trails run through beautiful hardwood forests that are especially magnificent each autumn. Fall tours include an introduction to sled dog training where you can see how they hook up the dogs. Contact Nature's Kennel Sled Dog Adventures for more information at 906-748-0513.


drone shot of sunrise over tahquamenon river
Upper Tahquamenon Falls covered in snow and ice
drone shot of Manistique Lake in winter
Whitefish bay sunrise in winter
deer standing in the snow
The northern lights over Lake Superior
closeup of a stack of chopped wood