Hit the Road With This Great Lakes Road Trip from CheapOair
Need a change of scenery to see the leaves change? The team at CheapOair has mapped out their ideal Great Lakes fall road trip for an exciting (and safe) travel experience. Whether flying, driving, or even both, this excursion offers something for anyone who can’t get enough of fall.
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The Morton Arboretum, Illinois
Truly an autumnal wonderland, the grounds cover over 1,700 acres of attractions including a museum, library, many gardens, and of course countless trees. In fact, there are more than 4,100 different plant species throughout the Arboretum. These can be viewed on a hike, scenic drive, or by using one the several bike paths available.
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The Morton Arboretum is in the process of reopening and is currently requiring that all visitors purchase their tickets in advance. Tickets will not be available on site.
Peninsula State Park, Wisconsin
A picture-perfect place to pitch a tent this fall! This popular park offers over 460 campsites, hundreds of acres of colorful trees, shoreline views, and fantastic hiking trails. For cyclists, Sunset Bike Trail provides a safe and social distanced ride through the park through the changing foliage.
Visitors should be advised that although Peninsula State Park is open, certain attractions and sites are closed or open with limited access.
Northshore Scenic Drive, Minnesota
Known as the “All-American Road”, this gorgeous drive spans seven state parks and hugs the north shore of Lake Superior. Not only is the drive breathtaking, there are lots of small lakeside towns with amazing restaurants, local art, and unique shops where visitors can find one-of-kind souvenirs.