If you’re a fan of discovering Michigan’s hidden gems, we’re here to keep you informed. After all, the Great Lakes State is home to some of the most marvelous and oft-overlooked destinations in the country – including both manmade and natural attractions. When you’re in the mood for a fun and decidedly enchanting outing, make your way to Norway Spring, a mystical freshwater spring in Michigan. You’ll be feeling refreshed and impressed in no time.

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Have you and your loved ones visited this charming freshwater spring in Michigan during past jaunts through the Upper Peninsula? Did you sample the water? Would you agree that it is one of the most beautiful springs in Michigan? We’d love to hear from you, so share your thoughts with us in the comments section below. For more information, go to the City of Norway website.

If you woudl like to recommend another family-friendly road trip destination in Michigan, simply complete our official nomination form.

If you’re looking for another magical place to spend time, read all about this beautiful year-round lookout point in Michigan.

If you’re interested in making a weekend trip to the Upper Penninsula, we recommend a stay at the Fairfield Inn & Suites Marquette.

If you’re still in the mood for more Michigan adventures, take a look at this video about the Haunted Felt Mansion:

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Why We Love Michigan!

Where can we find other bodies of water in Michigan?

  • Whitmore Lake is an inland lake near Ann Arbor featuring hiking, fishing, and the Whitmore Lake Preserve.
  • Lake St. Clair sits between Detroit and Canada and features over 160 miles of shoreline.
  • Lake Cadillac butts up to a canal where you can enjoy swimming, kayaking, and fishing.

Read on to learn about some of the other wonderful bodies of water in Michigan.

Where can we find state parks in Michigan?

  • Duck Lake State Park in Whitehall is a popular place for fishing and hiking.
  • Lakeport State Park has a sizeable campground close to the water and features spectacular views.
  • Orchard Beach State Park in Manistee sits on a 100-foot bluff overlooking Lake Michigan and features an old-growth forest.

Read on to learn about some of the other amazing state parks in Michigan.

Where can we find waterfalls in Michigan?

  • The Sable Falls Road is located in Seney inside of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
  • The Ocqueoc Falls in Millersburg is the only officially recognized waterfall in the Lower Peninsula and is renowned for its handicap accessibility.
  • The Potawatomi Falls are located in Ironwood Township and are part of the Black River Scenic Byway.

Read on to learn about some of the many other beautiful waterfalls in Michigan.