Fall Color Spots in Indiana’s Cool North

The autumn foliage is about to burst into vibrant color.  You don't need to wait for the peak color to enjoy fall's spectacle; the early changing colors mixed with the contrast of the summer green makes for a stunning look.  If you are determined to wait for the peak color, keep watching around mid-October.   We've gathered some inspiration to help you discover where you can immerse yourself in the glorious colors of fall in Indiana's Cool North.

Fall Color and History at Bailly Homestead and Chellberg Farm

Top 10 Unique Ways to See Fall Colors


The Bailly Homestead and Chellberg Farm in Porter are two historic sites that sit side by side on the trail system of the Indiana Dunes National Park.  The Chellberg Farm looks like it did in the early 1900’s.

Hiking through a forest of primarily maple, beech, basswood and oak trees creates an umbrella of fall colors.

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  • 23 Minutes to Michigan City
  • 28 Minutes to South Shore
  • 66 Minutes to Elkhart County

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