Fall Colors

Peak fall color season is typically the last week of September and the first two weeks of October. Reports are done every Wednesday throughout the fall color season.

Fall color map - 9.21.2022

Eastern Upper Peninsula

Chippewa County: 0-5% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Luce County: 0-5% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Mackinac County: 0-5% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Schoolcraft County:  0-5% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.

Central Upper Peninsula

Alger County: 0-10% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Delta County: 0-10% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Dickinson County: 0-5% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Marquette County: 0-5% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Menominee County: 0-5% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.

Western Upper Peninsula

Baraga County: 10-20% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Gogebic & Ontonagon Counties: 10-20% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Houghton & Keweenaw Counties: 10-20% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.
Iron County: 10-20% color change. Peak color expected first and/or second week of October.

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