From the Holland Sentinel:
Just because Labor Day signifies the end of summer, it doesn’t mean its the end of enjoying the outdoors and the activities taking place throughout the state parks in Michigan.
“This fall, the state parks and recreation areas will be hosting lots of harvest festivals and ‘haunted’ parks,” said Stephanie Wirtz, recreation programmer for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. “Some events are open to the general public, others are for campers only.”
Bob Wild, Department of Natural Resources interpreter at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, offers one suggestion. “A visit to the Porcupine Mountains offers some of the best fall colors anywhere.
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