Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year to hit Michigan roads and see the leaves changing colors. Luckily, you don’t have to go far.Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year to hit Michigan roads and see the leaves changing colors. Luckily, you don’t have to go far.Each year, the County Road Association of Michigan compiles a list of the best roads throughout the state to see the fall colors. They turn to local road commissions to help with the list, so these roads are selected by the men and women who work them each day.“We ask around internally the people who maintain the roads, or most familiar with them, offer up suggestions and many of us also just drive many these roads on a regular basis we know where the big tree canopies are the more scenic vistas, the lake views with trees surrounding,” said Senior Communications Manager for the Road Commission of Oakland County, Craig Bryson.Here is a list of the local roads to explore:Macomb County24 Mile Road between Van Dyke Freeway and Shelby RoadM-53 between 28 Mile Road and 32 Mile RoadTillson Street between Sisson Street and South Main StreetLakeshore Drive between 8 Mile Road and Marter RoadOakland CountyLahser Road south of Square Lake Road to just north of Maple RoadFranklin RoadOrion Road between Rochester and Lake OrionWashtenaw CountyHuron River Drive between Mast Road and US-23North Territorial Road between US-23 and M-52For a full this of Michigan roads to explore this fall, click here. …Read More

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