The leaves are slowly starting to change their tint along the roadways on the Door Peninsula. It is a great contrast to the leaves and grass that are holding onto their green color. This is a sure sign of the approaching fall and the many contrasting colors that will be arriving with it.
Right now in Door County the air has been light and cool with a slight breeze. The waters of Lake Michigan have been bright blue and sparkling in the sun with small waves rolling in. This is a beautiful time for the peninsula; the sun is still able to keep you warm while the air is light and refreshing!
It’s important to note that the leaves have already started to turn and that means peak season for colors is approaching fast. They are predicting that peak will be in the first part of October. Seeing Door County in the fall at peak color is amazing, don’t miss it!
We would be glad to have you stay with us at High Point Inn for the fall season. The grounds have trees all around and offer patios where you can sit out and enjoy the view. Then, of course, there is the fireplace to warm up by after taking in the cool fall air!