2020 Michigan Fall Color Change Predictions for Leaf Peeping | By Sherry Trautman | Traveling Michigan
Are you planning a Michigan autumn color tour but need to know the dates for peak Michigan fall trees? Wondering when the trees will change color in Michigan?
Grab our fall foliage map with estimated dates for 2020 peek color as the trees change to their gorgeous red, yellow and oranges!
Leaf peeping is absolutely breathtaking throughout northern Michigan, upper peninsula and lower peninsula.
SEE UPDATES BELOW
Michigan's Upper Peninsula: September 14 - September 28, 2020 (partial peak to peak) UPDATE AS OF: 10/12/20: Past Peak, most leaves have fallen.
Tip of Upper Michigan (Lower Peninsula): September 14 - September 28, 2020 (partial peak to peak) UPDATE AS OF: 10/12/20: FULL COLOR NOW.
Upper Michigan (Lower Peninsula): September 21-October 10, 2020 (partial peak to peak) UPDATE AS OF OCT 12, 2020. FULL COLOR NOW.
Mid Michigan (Lower Peninsula): September 28 - October 10, 2020 (partial peak to peak) UPDATE AS OF OCT 12, 2020, FULL COLOR NOW.
Lower Michigan: October 5-12, 2020 (partial peak to peak)
Lowest Michigan: October 12-19, 2020
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.
Book your tickets early for the exquisite Michigan Fall Color Tours by Train! How cool is this?!
There are so many fun things to do in Saugatuck! We bet you will be surprised!
Also, check out our notes and tips for Mackinac Island! Did you know Mackinac Island has quite a few hidden places to find that many visitors don't know about? Just this last trip we found a whole hidden area that has outstanding views of the island and the surrounding water. We were just thrilled!
Also, we have lots of information on Mackinac Island hotels and places to stay. We made a map so you can pick your lodging by your desired location! Here's some info on Mackinaw City too, since I'm sure you will want to check that out too!
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