(WZZM) - Many of us are sad to see summer go, but the colder weather means a spectacular display of autumn color.

Since many of the colors are peaking across West Michigan, we visited the best places to see the changing trees in Grand Rapids, Muskegon, and Holland.

In Muskegon: Hackley Park, McGraft Park, and Kruse Park.

In the Grand Rapids area: Fredrick Meijer Gardens, East Beltline Ave., the Overlook at Hastings and Fairview, and Lake Drive and the I-196 Ford Freeway.

In Holland: Hope College, Van Raalte Farms, and Tunnel Park.

For maps of great West Michigan fall tours you can visit the West Michigan Tourism Association Autumn Color tour.