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Tahquamenon Falls in Michigan

Beautiful Tahquamenon Falls in Michigan

Michigan is known for it’s fishery and game, but a lot of outdoorsment forget that Michigan has a lot of beautiful scenic views as well.


For instance the Tahquamenon Falls in the Upper Peninsula. The Falls are in the Tahquamenon Falls State Park, the second largest state park in Michigan.

In Henry Wadsworth’s “Song of Hiawatha,” Longfellow described the Tahquamenon Falls area as undisturbed forests, tranquil rivers and abundant wildlife. Although most of the 500,000 annual visitors come to this 45,000-acre wilderness gem to see two of Michigan’s most beautiful waterfalls, the park has many other places for you to explore and experience.

Tahquamenon Falls is an easy drive along M-123, the highway offers a loop from Highway M-28 through Paradise, past Tahquamenon Falls State Park, through Newberry and back to M-28.