It features a number of hot spots for the area giving visitors a chance to catch a glimpse of fall colors.
"We have found this to be one of our most popular things and certainly in the fall people are looking for colors," said Freeport- Stephenson County Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Connie Sorn.
Looking for fall colors is something Executive Director Connie Sorn said, many visitors will find if they take the time to stop in the Freeport- Stephenson County.
"The idea is to bring more people to our area that's what our agency is responsible for bringing people to the area. So this is one way that we can get them out here to enjoy themselves and of course spend their money in the Freeport- Stephenson County area," said Sorn.
Driving around town during this time of year, Peggy Campbell is taking notice of the vibrant colors of autumn leaves.
"Sugar maple and soft silver maples are turning orange, red, and most brilliant yellow," said Campbell.
Campbell said, in order to enjoy the autumn leaves visitors must know where to go to in order to spot the fall scenery.
"We have a lot of nice little low places and high hills all around them and those are the prettiest places to come down into a valley and come up out of it and see those colors," said Campbell.
Some experts believe the drought this past summer may have affected the color of the leaves this fall, but Campbell said, she doesn't think so.
Campbell is hoping the vibrant colors will continue to draw visitors into Freeport- Stephenson County.
To pick up your copy of the Fall Driving Tours just stop by the Freeport- Stephenson County Convention and Visitors Bureau.