Fall Color Spots in Indiana’s Cool North
Posted on September 21, 2023 by Dina Miller
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.
Pumpkinvine Nature Trail for the Diverse Landscape
If you are looking for diverse landscapes, the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail offers three distinct settings along its path. The trail system passes through urban areas, small towns and farming regions.
The 16.5- mile trail, that follows the abandoned Pumpkinvine railroad, connects Goshen, Middlebury and Shipshewana. Each is a unique community, with the farming regions in between, including the third largest Amish community in the United States.
- 72 Minutes to Michigan City
- 76 Minutes to Indiana Dunes
- 98 Minutes to South Shore