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Newberry, Michigan Fall Color Report
Welcome to Kritter's Northcountry Campground & Cabins and our Newberry, Michigan Fall Color Report and Upper Peninsula Fall Color Report by Kathy.
9-17-20 Fall Color!
Every season in the U.P. has its bragging rights. However, it’s nearly impossible to beat the breathtaking vistas our 7 million acres of forest offer each fall. Scarlet reds, sunny yellows, coppery oranges, coffee browns and hunter greens drench our trees with photo-snapping hues. The majority of the trees are beginning to realize it is time to prepare for fall. It would appear the early forecast for the changing of the leaves is pretty close to target. The temperatures are dropping rapidly with the day time highs barely getting about the mid- fifties and the night time lows dipping into the mid thirties to upper thirties. The maples are turning yellow and red already and many of the other trees rounding the pale yellow already. The oaks are the last to give up and still holding on to their green color. It looks like the peak will be the last week of September this year if everything continues to go as it currently has. They are currently around 20%, but we expect that will change rapidly over the next week. Our best guess in about a week nature will take center stage with one of the most beautiful artistic displays around. There is no shortage of U.P. fall fun! If you haven’t driven Whitefish Bay Scenic Byway southwest of Sault Ste. Marie, try it this year or take a leisure drive out to Crisp Point Lighthouse. CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPDATE PICTURES OF WHAT IT CURRENTLY LOOKS LIKE RIGHT OUTSIDE YOUR CAMPSITE!! The colors vary a little going different directions, but it will be a display of beauty in the coming week to 10 days!!
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