At Bay Pointe Inn we understand your summer blues as the crisp fall breeze creeps up a little more with every sunset. However, autumn isn’t blue, it’s full of vibrant colors – crimson reds, auburn and gold! The varying hues reflecting off the glimmering Gun Lake Michigan will help you embrace this new season. There are millions of reasons for a road trip across Michigan, but one of the most prevalent is fast approaching: fall foliage. As autumn’s colors fill Shelbyville, MI, we invite you to enjoy the glorious display.
Fall Foliage Road Trips
There’s no better place to see the dynamic colors of thousands of trees than by embarking on fall foliage road trips across Michigan. Let yourself fall for these breathtaking landscapes as you adventure through Southwest Michigan, and we’ll make sure you get back to Shelbyville, MI.
Drive through the beautiful evolution from deep green leaves to vivid yellows, oranges and reds, as you venture to South Haven. This charming port town offers a century-old lighthouse, shops and restaurants, the perfect day trip to see the swirling leaves. At the end of the day, as you return to the Inn, checkout a stunning autumn sunset along our Gun Lake Michigan shores.
Savor the Taste of Fall
Warm summer days turn to breezy fall days, and you trade your refreshing lemonade for warm apple cider. On your fall foliage road trips across Michigan, make a pit stop at Dutch Farm Market. This family own farm specializes in homegrown fruits and vegetables. They’re the perfect stop for some treats the whole family will love, from tasty apples and pears to home-baked goods, pies, jams and jellies. Everyone will be set for the trip back to Shelbyville, MI, after a sweet treat from the farm!
After spending the day out and about celebrating this beautiful season. Trade your shoes for fuzzy socks as you relax in your room or enjoy our Inn’s other luxurious accommodations. When you stay with us at Bay Pointe Inn you’re booking your fall trip in one of Michigan’s top resorts. Plus you get to linger on the gorgeous shores of our Gun Lake Michigan.