Fall Foliage - Great Michigan Color Tours

Welcome to Fall Colors

Victorian scarecrows enjoying high tea.

Northern Michigan provides fantastic leisurely drives for you to absorb some of the best fall foliage nature has to share!  From the tunnel of trees north of Petoskey to Deadman's Hill near Gaylord, northern Michigan provides some of the best countryside drives offering fantastic picture taking opportunities.  The quaint towns and villages along the way offer wonderful shopping and eating experiences, or you can take in some of Michigan's finest wines at the many vineyards dotting the landscape of Old Mission and Leelenau Peninsula.  Whether touring on the weekend or on less traveled weekdays, there is no better starting and ending point than the award-winning Grand Victorian B&B Inn in Bellaire.  Don't miss out!  Call now to plan a color getaway.   

Early morning mist on mill pond behind the Grand Victorian


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