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Snowshoeing Grand Island

A fresh blanket of snow in The Great Waters does not simply cover our trails and landscapes, it gives them new life. Transformed into a frozen, wintry landscape, visiting some of your favorite locations in The Great Waters during a new season is almost like discovering them again for the first time. Let Our marked trails guide you, or blaze your own path to adventure through our endless wilderness.

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Clark Lake Loop - Tahquamenon Falls State Park

41382 West M-123
Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 492-3415

5.2 miles: Parking and trail are accessed from Clark Lake road, a gravel road located 11 miles southwest of Paradise, or just west of the M-123 turnoff to arrive at the Lower Falls parking lot. Complete the hike to Clark Lake, a nice spot for a picnic or snack on the bordering ancient…

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Emerson Trail - Tahquamenon Falls State Park

41382 W M-123
Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 492-3415

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…

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Giant Pines Loop

41382 West M-123
Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 492-3415

3.8 miles: This loop offers hikers the sights and sounds of ancient hemlocks, bubbling streams, and the occasional active woodpecker. The highlights of the trail are two giant white pine trees left over from the late 1800's logging era. In the winter, this trail is groomed for skiing…

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Nature Trail - Tahquamenon Falls State Park

41382 West M-123
Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 492-3415

.5 miles: Carpeted with ferns during the summer months, this trail offers hikers an alternative route on their journey from the Upper Tahquamenon Falls to the parking lot. Birding enthusiasts have reported many sightings on this trail during the spring. Strollers and wheelchairs are welcome. In…

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Paradise Pathway

Paradise, MI 49768

Two loops totaling over 6 miles: Located just 1 mile west of Paradise on M-123. Hundreds of miles of additional logging roads are available in the immediate region for the curious rider to travel. In the winter, the pathway is brushed and marked well for skiing and snowshoeing. …

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River Trail - Tahquamenon Falls State Park

41382 West M-123
Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 492-3415

4.8 miles: The trail between the Upper and Lower Tahquamenon Falls. Exposed roots, hilly terrain and several staircases make this trail difficult. The River Trail travels along the Tahquamenon River and is considered the most scenic trail in the park. This trail makes for a beautiful…

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Saint Ignace

396 N. State Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781
Phone: (906) 643-6950

Stroll along the downtown boardwalk and docks that edge beautiful blue Moran Bay.  Learn about the long and varied history of the Striats from the info kioks along the waterfront. Visit the Marquette Mission Park and Museum of Ojibwa Culture, a Nation Historic Landmark and the burial…

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Wilderness Loop - Tahquamenon Falls State Park

41382 West M-123
Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 492-3415

7.4 miles: Travelers are led through the most remote areas of the park among old hemlock forests and peatland areas. The trail features a beaver pond and dam on the loop's eastern portion. As ferns grow taller in mid-summer, the trail becomes increasingly difficult to follow. It is recommended…

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