Traveling to Michigan in the Fall

Most people affectionately regard Michigan as the mitted shaped state. This region provides 3.9 million acres of DNR managed land, 3200 miles of shoreline fresh water, dozens of cultured cities that have museums, extra ordinary shops, and upscale restaurants among other beautiful features. One thing you should not forget is that Michigan is a four-season state. Visitors will get everything from skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, boating, fishing, and many more. Michigan is widely known for the Upper and Lower Peninsula’s. Here are some of the beautiful sceneries that you will find in Michigan.

The Upper Peninsula of Michigan

The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is a paradise for nature lovers. The visitor should allocate a lot of time to visit this Peninsula that is 384 miles long. The upper Peninsula hosts the tallest mountain in the Midwest and two of the 152 waterfalls that are in Michigan. There are so many places that you may want to visit in the upper Peninsula. I have also come across the most beautiful Traveling to Michigan in the Fall in this region. It goes without saying that Michigan has some of the most talented artists in the region.

Mackinac Island

You can take a beautiful ferry ride on this great Island of Mackinac. This place will take you back in the historical exhibits, quaint shops, and the horse-drawn carriages. Mackinac was built on 1782 in British during the Revolutionary War for controlling Mackinac Strategic Strains between Lake Huron and Lake Michigan. You can transport yourself back to time with tours and reenactments of the Islands historical building during the summer months.

Pictured Rocks

This is an awe-inspiring sight that has multicolored sandstone cliffs that lines the Lake Superior. The stretch of this shoreline got its name from the pictures that seem to be on the rocks from the mineral stains and multicolored sandstone on the surface of the rock. The stretch is renowned for its glass bottom boat tours, beaches, and hiking trails.

Isle Royale

You can freely wander with the moose and wolves in the North Woods Sanctuary. 99 percent of this land is designated federally as wilderness. The archipelago comprises of ridges that result from lava flows that were glaciated and tilted. Isle Royale has 165 scenic hiking trails miles, paddling, shipwrecks, excellent fishing, and several places for observing wildlife.

Copper/Houghton Harbor

You will be able to observe the incredible views from the incredible rugged shoreline of the lake to the top section of the Brockway Mountains. You can take a scenic drive up the mountain in this place and you will hopefully view the black bear in the woods. You can also do some mountain biking, relax on the beach, or kayak the Keweenaw. If what you are looking for is a white covered, the Copper harbor retreat will give you an excellent snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling experience.

Drummond Island

Two thirds of the Drummond Island is owned by the state. This diverse topography ranges from rock ledges to cedar swamps, gloves of hardwoods to prairie meadows, and sandy beaches to rocky shores. The recreation that is present in this place is as diverse as the terrain. You can stargaze, bike, hike, swim, fish, hunt, and explore the region.