The rocky shores of the Lake Superior is one of the greatest drives to see the beautiful fall foliage. Typically, fall colors are at peak here around the end of September.
It took me a full day of driving with few stops along the road to get there, but it sure was worth it. There was a rain and it was already dark when I get to the Lake Superior Provincial Park, but it was totaly different view in the morning. The air was unbelievably fresh, may be because of the heavy rain the day before; the views were amazing and the colors were great. I even saw a black bear, who casually waited for me to drive by, so he or she can cross the highway.
If you don't like driving, there is a popular Agawa Canyon Tour Train departing from Sault Ste. Marie, but at the time I was there it was closed due to heavy rains.
Here are few pictures from that trip along the shore and from the Lake Superior Provincial Park.