WHO KNOWS WHAT YOU'LL FIND . . .
What’s life without a little exploration? Sometimes you need to get out of your car, off the road and into the forest, because you never know just what you’ll discover.
There’s a reason why hiking in The Great Waters is so special. We have some of the most distinctive geography in North America. Our trails lead you through national forests, along rugged cliffs, down long sandy beaches and under the bluest, broadest sky you’ve ever known. Have you ever seen a bald eagle take wing? Keep your eyes open and you just might.
Whether you’re looking for a morning stroll or a 300-mile trek, The Great Waters is calling. We offer a variety of terrains and a wide range of difficulty levels. From the weekend birder to the outdoors adventurer, The Great Waters has a trail that’s right for you. All it takes to get started is one click on our interactive map.
There’s something wonderful out there, waiting for you. Find it on the trails of The Great Waters.
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Emerson Trail - Tahquamenon Falls State Park
1 mile: Located near the Rivermouth Campground on the Tahquamenon River. The last 200 foot section of the trail leading to Whitefish Bay remains incomplete, and is difficult, but possible to navigate. For birding enthusiasts, the trail head presents opportunities to hear songbirds. The
Escanaba Non-Motorized Pathway
The City of Escanaba Recreation Department offers the public a year around trail system that can be used for a variety of non-motorized activities. Depending on the weather, this trail system of about 6.6 miles of various loops can be used for cross-county skiing and snow shoeing in the winter months,