Peak fall foliage in Michigan can range from mid-September through the end of October. The temps have been unseasonably warm so the leaves (which are still there) are just now turning. In Michigan, we get the treat of scorching reds, golds and oranges. Before a windy storm blows them away, it's time to jump in the car and see some stuff!

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Created by MyLifeClothingCompany, Here is a list of the Best Fall Color Drives in Michigan.

St. Ignace to Naubinway (US-2):

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Old Mission Peninsula (US-37):

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Photo by Lucas George Wendt on Unsplash
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Traverse City to Empire (M-22):

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Sunrise Coast (Pure Michigan Byway):

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Photo by Dan Freeman on Unsplash
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Tunnel of Trees (M-119):

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Cooper Country Trail National Byway:

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Photo by Simon Berger on Unsplash
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Grand Marias to Munising (Hwy-58):

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Photo by Chris Flexen on Unsplash
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Newberry to Paradise (M-123):

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Photo by Daniel Kim on Unsplash
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Black River National Forest Scenic Byway:

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Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive:

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Photo by McCabe Coats on Unsplash
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Huron River Drive (Ann Arbor To Dexter):

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SEE MORE: Michigan Tunnel of Trees Tour