Michigan is blessed with a lot of beautiful waterfalls, especially in the Upper Peninsula. The largest waterfall in Michigan is worth the drive up to the small town of Paradise near the shores of Lake Superior.

Tahquamenon Falls State Park, named for its most famous waterfall, is a massive park. Tahquamenon Falls is easily accessible via a 0.3-mile paved trail that leads visitors to the falls. To the left is a riverside boardwalk with expansive views of the falls and surrounding forest. To the right are 94 steps that lead straight to the brink of the falls.

The Upper and Lower Falls both have their own parking lots and restroom facilities. You can learn more about the park at its website, including maps and other things to do. There are several campgrounds throughout the park if you wish to extend your stay.

Have you visited Tahquamenon Falls State Park? What parts of the park other than the falls do you recommend? Share in the comments!

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