Your Ultimate Michigan Fall Bucket List
With fall fast approaching, there's no better time than now to start putting together your Michigan fall bucket list.
Just off the top of your head, what would you write down first on your typical fall bucket list? For me it would be cider mills!
That would be first on my very own personal fall bucket list for fun things to do in Michigan. I would definitely make plans to take my wife and family to Uncle John's Cider Mill and the Country Mill in Charlotte.
Is there anything better than going to a Cider Mill and eating delicious donuts and drinking lots of apple cider? This is what makes fall so special in Michigan.
And what about other fun activities to enjoy this fall in Michigan?
How about Oktoberfest in Frankenmuth? It doesn't get any better than spending the whole day at Michigan's Little Bavaria. (michigan.org)
With the nickname “Michigan’s Little Bavaria,” it’s no surprise that Frankenmuth celebrates Oktoberfest like no place else in the state. Enjoy live polka music and dancing, traditional German food, wiener dog races and a glass of beer from Frankenmuth Brewery.
What about taking a long scenic drive through parts of Michigan that are absolutely breathtaking with all kinds of beautiful Michigan foliage. One scenic area in Michigan is along the Lake Michigan shore on M-22. This from michigan.org:
Enjoy the beauty of the Lake Michigan shore along M-22, perhaps Michigan’s most famous scenic drive, with glimpses of the sparkling lake peeking through the brilliant foliage all along the Leelanau Peninsula shoreline.
Everyone has their favorite place or places to visit during the peak fall months in Michigan. I've always enjoyed taking my wife on a romantic getaway at a popular Michigan bed & breakfast. What about you?
Take a look at several great choices as you begin putting together your Michigan fall bucket list. (michigan.org)