Experience the Fall Color Season on the North Shore with Odyssey Resorts


The North Shore of Lake Superior is blessed with the beauty of all four seasons. It is one of the many reasons why our guests like to return to the area multiple times throughout the year.

For our money, it is hard to beat a fall trip to the North Shore.

Lutsen Rainbow by John Keefover

The season is a true feast for the senses. The crisp smells while enjoying an early morning cup of coffee, the sounds of the leaves crunching underfoot during an afternoon hike, and the gorgeous views of Lake Superior and the rolling hillsides make autumn a spectacular time to visit.

One of the most popular activities during the fall is exploring the majestic fall colors. The oak, maple, basswood, pine, spruce, cedar, aspen and birch forests come alive with spectacular red, yellow and orange hues.

Knife River Trail, Two Harbors

To help you plan your trip, we put together a Fall Colors Map to maximize your experience. We have included hikes that will take you to some of the most popular vantage points in the area. Some of our favorite spots on the map are popular among the locals and a little less crowded.

Experiencing the fall colors is easy to do from Odyssey Resorts. Our six properties are conveniently located close to some of the best leaf-peeping in the area. Whether you set out by car, bike, foot or even boat, Odyssey Resorts is the perfect place to take in the splendor of fall

Grand Portage State Park by John Keefover

The fall color season unofficially starts in early September runs through mid-October. Various trees peak at different times throughout the season, so there is ample time to head north and enjoy the wonderful colors.  

Book your stay today to take advantage of our great fall packages and special rates.  Now is the time experience a fall trip to the North Shore of Lake Superior with Odyssey Resorts.

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