Fall is the perfect time to plan a getaway in West Michigan. With all the fall colors tours, Halloween happenings, and events throughout the state, you’ll want to get out and see everything. Read More…
Halloween Fun in West Michigan
October could be considered “Halloween Month” to many. For Halloween enthusiasts, this is the best time of the year. The colors are changing, fall weather is upon us, and their favorite holiday is almost here. Businesses in West Michigan are hosting Halloween events throughout the month, giving you plenty of opportunities to celebrate. You’ll find everything from pumpkins and costumes to trick-or-treating and haunted attractions. There’s something for every ghost, ghoul, and witch, so bring the whole family for the Halloween fun!
ZooBoo at Binder Park Zoo
The 30th annual ZooBoo runs October 19-29, Thursday and Friday from 4-8pm and Saturday and Sunday from 1-8pm. Closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Admission is $9 for members/$10 for non members and includes unlimited hayrides, carousel and train rides, life-size games and the trick or treat trail.
Fall Color Tours in West Michigan
Michigan locals and travelers alike have loved watching the trees change colors for decades. Back in 1937, WMTA reprinted a color tour map titled Flaming Forests of Michigan. Today, these routes hold up, but there are many new ways to experience these fall colors. From boat rides in South Haven to chairlifts up north, see how the trees have changed colors throughout West Michigan.
Fab Fall Savings
It’s time for fall in Traverse City! Enjoy discounts on lodging & activities with the Fab Fall Specials! Learn more.
Haunted Attractions in West Michigan
Scary movies have swept the mainstream, and while you may be safe watching from your couch with popcorn in hand, there’s always an opportunity to come face to face with a ghost, mutant, ghoul, or zombie this time of year. Not only does West Michigan have stellar haunted houses, but there are also ghost tours, haunted corn mazes, and real ghost sightings around every corner. You may not want to visit these haunted attractions alone, so bring some friends and see if you can survive.
The Boulevard Inn & Bistro
Overlooking a tree-lined bluff park with a view of Lake Michigan, The Boulevard Inn & Bistro is the area’s only all-suite, full-service hotel and restaurant. Whether you come for business or pleasure, you’ll enjoy the Inn’s closeness to a vibrant downtown, championship golf courses and lake resort recreation. Complementing The Boulevard is the Bistro. Its chefs blend traditional French-style cooking with adventurous flavors to please your palate. The Wine Spectator has deemed the Bistro’s wine list as one of the best. And the only thing that will eclipse the Bistro’s handcrafted desserts are the stunning sunsets on the lake’s horizon.