The Fall Foliage began to change as the Hillsdale County Fair came to a close during the last days of September. A fine array of yellows and reds were already seen throughout Southern Michigan. This display of colors generally remains though early November. Pleasant days and cool nights are expected for several weeks.
The entire month of October is predicted to be the prime time for viewing color change in the area. Day trips down the backroads is a pleasant adventure for cruisers, cyclists, and couples. Fields are being harvested by the Amish and traditional farms along the countryside. The earth tones of the fields contrasts the woodland display of the annual Fall color tour.
Taverns and diners are open for lunch in small towns throughout the county, while casual and fine dining options are available most nights in Jonesville and Hillsdale. Ice cream shops, cider mills, riding stables, and corn mazes remain open until early evening for a mid-tour break. Munro House B&B in downtown Jonesville offers lodging and getaway packages 7 days a week for leaf peepers and romantic getaway couples.
“Life is good in Jonesville”