Make A Splash This Season At Scott Falls, A Truly Unique Waterfall Swimming Hole In Michigan
The view of the water cascading over the rocks can make almost any waterfall a striking sight. A unique perspective distinguishes Scott Falls in the Upper Peninsula. How many waterfalls can be seen from behind the waterfall curtain? That’s possible at Scott Falls, where a cave makes it possible to get a different view as the water splashes into a small pool about 10 feet below the sandstone cliff. And the best part is, Scott Falls is also a waterfall swimming hole in Michigan, too!
Scott Falls has been described as the most accessible waterfall in Michigan, a state that is known for such features. Scott Falls is on M-28 near the town of Au Train, right across the road from the H.J. Rathfoot State Roadside Park, about seven miles from Munising in the Lake Superior area.
For those who want to create a reward at the end of a hike, though, there’s also an option to park in Au Train and take a 1.1-mile trail to Scott Falls. Either way, it’s a delightful adventure!