2022 Michigan Fall Color Map UPDATED | When Can We Expect Fall Colors in Michigan? | Peak Times

2022 Michigan Fall Color Map | By: Sherry Trautman | Travel-Mi.com | Updated: October 14, 2022

Are you planning a Michigan autumn color tour, but need a Michigan Fall Color Map to know the dates for peak Michigan fall trees? Wondering when the trees will change color in Michigan? You came to the right the spot!

Check out our fall foliage map with estimated dates for 2022 peak colors to see when the trees change to their gorgeous red, yellow and oranges!

When Can We Expect Fall Colors in Michigan? Projections expect an earlier fall color change this year...

Michigan's Upper Peninsula Region: October 1 - October 10 (partial to peak). UPDATE 10/13/2022:  Munising is peak and almost past.  

Northern Michigan (Lower Peninsula): Partial to peak October 8-20, 2022. UPDATE 10/14/2022 Boyne and Cadillac is full color.  Petoskey is 70% color.  Tunnel of Trees will be full color around October 20, 2022

Mid Michigan - (Lower Peninsula and Central Michigan): October 8-18, 2022 (close to peak).  UPDATE 10/14/2022: Midland, Frankenmuth, Flint, Frankenmuth is full color. 

Lower Southern Michigan: Predicted color change October 10-20, 2022 (Partial to Peak color change). Come on out and enjoy the Michigan fall foliage 2022! UPDATE 10/14/2022: St Joseph is about 75% full color, expects peak Oct 20, 2022. Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Marshall, Detroit full Color. Henry Ford/Village is full color!

Start planning your Michigan Fall Color Tours to bask in the beauty of Michigan's red, yellow and orange changing leaves!  

TIP: It is helpful to contact the local Chamber of Commerce or Visitors Center to see if the colors have changed before you book or fully plan your road trip!  Weather conditions may cause the leaves to change earlier than intended.

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