Leaf Watching 2019

By Jordan Seidel September 4, 2019

With summer wrapping up, it is time to look forward to Autumn. Football is back, the air is crisp, and the leaves on the trees are just starting to turn colors. The changing colors bring plenty of people to the North Shore, so where is the best place to get some fantastic views of fall colors?

Some of the fall color hotspots are three of the state parks along Highway 61; Gooseberry State Park, Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, and Tettegouche State Park. These parks have well-kept trails that make hiking into the wilderness more approachable.

The truth is, no matter where you go on the North Shore, you will have an excellent time watching the fall colors. Go out and adventure!

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