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Fall Color Tours

Tahquamenon FallsFall spans a multitude of seasons. Imagine warm Indian summer days with brilliantly colored leaves against an azure sky mirrored in the stillness of a quiet inland lake. The crisp air invigorates. It’s time to relax and enjoy life. Plan a leisurely color tour; the drive along US-2 is rated one of the top ten color tours in the nation by USA Today.

November is a brisk bridge between fall color and the winter snows. An occasional snowfall and stark, bare-limbed trees set the perfect stage for hunting.

Fish, hike, hunt, browse our shops. Special fall accommodation rates are available throughout the St. Ignace area.

Violet Tour

From St. Ignace up through Engadine along M-117 and M-28 (approximately 115 miles). Points of Interest:

  • St. Ignace Area: Marquette Mission Park, Marquette National Memorial, Huron Boardwalk, Mackinac Island, Cut River Bridge and hiking trails.
  • Paradise Area
  • Newberry Area: Luce County Historical Museum, Two Hearted River, Life Saving Station, Helmer House Inn, Falls Hotel.
  • Whitefish Point

Crimson Tour

From St. Ignace east to Hessel/Cedarville north to Sault Ste. Marie (approximately 120 miles). Points of Interest:

  • St. Ignace Area: Marquette Mission Park, Marquette National Memorial, Huron Boardwalk, Mackinac Island
  • Les Cheneaux Island Area
  • Sault Ste. Marie:  Soo Locks, Soo Locks Boar Tours, Soo Tour Trains, SS Valley Camp Museum

Gold Tour

From St. Ignace north to Paradise and to Tahquamenon Falls (approximately 150 miles). Points of Interest:

  • St. Ignace Area:  Marquette Mission Park, Marquette National Memorial, Huron Boardwalk, Mackinac Island.
  • Paradise Area
  • Upper and Lower Tahquamenon Falls
  • Newberry Area:  Luce County Historical Museum, Two Hearted River, Life Saving Station, Helmer House Inn, Falls Hotel
  • Whitefish Point
  • Toonerville Trolley