8 Unbelievable Michigan Waterfalls Hiding In Plain Sight… Little To No Hiking Required
Tahquamenon Falls is easily Michigan’s most famous waterfall system, but it’s certainly not the only one in our scenic state. If you’re looking to experience the natural beauty of a waterfall without the day-long hiking commitment, here are eight easily accessible waterfalls in Michigan that will knock your socks off. Prepare to spend some time in the great outdoors with little-to-no hiking required.
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If you’re hoping to encounter Michigan’s natural beauty firsthand without pushing your body to its breaking point, any of these breathtaking waterfalls should fit the bill. Are there any other easily accessible waterfalls in Michigan that you can think of? Sound off in the comments!
Love local water features? Check out the Sleeping Bear Dunes, where Lake Michigan’s water is dreamily blue.
Address: Sable Falls, Burt Township, MI 49839, USA
Address: Ocqueoc Falls, Ocqueoc Township, MI 49759, USA
Address: Munising Falls, Munising, MI 49862, USA
Address: Spray Falls, Munising Township, MI 49884, USA
Address: Gabbro Falls, Bessemer Township, MI 49911, USA
Address: Miners Creek Rd, Klamath Falls, OR, USA
Address: Wagner Falls, Munising Township, MI 49862, USA
Address: Black River Falls, Ely Township, MI 49849, USA
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Easily Accessible Michigan Waterfalls
October 25, 2020
Does Michigan have any natural wonders?
The waterfalls above are breathtaking, but they are far from the only natural wonders in Michigan. There are enough to make up a road trip, actually… and you’ll love visiting places like Kitch-iti-kipi and Arch Rock.
Which state parks should I visit in Michigan?
If you’re looking for some incredible parks in the beautiful Great Lakes State, you can’t go wrong with state parks. Silver Lake Sand Dunes is gorgeous, and Ludington State Park is like a New England coastal paradise. There’s something for everyone in our parks!