It's no secret that Michigan sees some STUNNING colors in the fall. In fact, even Oprah has weighed in on The Mitten State's fall foliage...

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While M-22 has previously been the most scenic fall drives in the U.S., now another Michigan location is getting recognition for its dazzling leaf displays as the seasons change.

A new USA Today and 10Best readers poll sought to find the "Favorite Destination for Fall Foliage in America".

A panel of experts chose 20 locations around the country great for leaf peeping and then it was put up to a public vote.

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Tahquamenon State Falls Park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has been named the No. 2 spot for fall foliage in all of the U.S.!

Here's USA Today's praise for Tahquamenon Falls.

As the name implies, Tahquamenon Falls State Park is best known for its waterfalls — but there's a lot more to do around here than just marvel at the rushing water. There are more than 35 miles of hiking trails to explore, with ample opportunity to enjoy peak leaf season and spot wild black bears, deer, foxes, and a massive array of native birds along the way.

Tahquamenon Falls is gorgeous no matter the time of year!

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As for the best time for a fall color tour, last year Tahquamenon Falls State Park shared the dates where Oct. 12 through 24.

10 Stops For a Great Fall Colors Road Trip in Michigan

There's no doubt that Fall in Michigan brings us some gorgeous sights. If you're looking to hit the road for a Fall Colors tour, hopefully, this guide will help.