I know it is still August and scorching hot and Autumn seems so far away. If you like to leaf peep in the Upper Peninsula it won’t be long and the leaves will be changing. By mid-September, the leaves will be vibrant colors in the Keweenaw Peninsula with the rest of the U.P. following after.
It has been my experience this summer that the campgrounds, hotels, and lodges have been full with the influx of visitors enjoying Michigan’s great outdoors. In the past, I have gone into northern Michigan during the fall and then just looked for a place to stay when I have the need to. This year if you plan to head up north I think it would be wise to have reservations somewhere just so you know you have a place to sleep for the night because I think it will be very busy with people.
I know this is a little different than my regular posts but I figured I would just send out a reminder to make plans for this fall before it is too late. I am not sure what is going to happen with many schools being online so I am wondering if summer vacations will slow down after Labor Day.
For tips on taking Autumn photos, check out my post HERE
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